Total quality management implementation, and its barriers in Education system

Total quality management implementation, and its barriers in Education system

Author/s

Abhijit Mehta, & Faisal Rafik Degi

Department of Education., Rajiv Gandhi University, Arunachal Pradesh,India

Abstract

The main purpose of this paper is to specify the thoughts of the modern era paradigm on Total quality management “TQM” and its application in the field of education. This research starts with the background theory/ literature review and then outline the result of the study, conducted by the students to obtain the different perspective on Total quality management in education. This sector needs improvement. It means that adoption of TQM in education gives you an excellent result in the overall system. As we can say that adoption of total quality management in education can ascertain more effective institutional change with success. As a result, this research proposed a theory which is obtained from TQM like institutional change environment, sustainable success, and innovation which express the relationship between the educational institutions and the role of total quality management.

Keywords

Total quality management, education, government sector, educational sector.

To cite this article

Mehta, A.,  & Degi,  F.R. (2019). Total quality management implementation, and its barriers in Education system, International Journal of Management, and Social Sciences Review (IJMSSR). Vol. 3, No. 1, pp.36-42. Doi:10.31219/osf.io/hua4k

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