• Mehreen Saba Incharge, DSS&PE Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan - Pakistan
  • Sohail Roman PhD Scholar, Bejing Sports University, China
  • Muhammad Ijaz Incharge DSS&PE, University of Sargodha, (Bakkar Campus) -Pakistan
  • M. Zahid Mahmood Subject Specialist (P.E) , Workers Welfare Higher Secondary School Multan-Pakistan


Organization, Issues, High School, Sports, Administration responsibilities, Political Involvement, Public Relation, Human Resources, Material Resource, and Financial Resources.


Background: Schools, colleges, and universities are the foundations of a successful sports program of a nation. A well-planned, school sports program is important for the success of every athlete. The primary aim of the study was to evaluate the organizational issues (administrative responsibilities, communication with parents, political involvement, training time, human resources, technical resources, and material resources (equipment and facilities)) in the government girls’ high school of district Layyah. Methods and Materials: The population of this research study contained all the female Principals and all the female PETs (Physical Education Teachers) during the academic year 2017 in the government girl high school of district Layyah, Punjab, Pakistan. The entire population was 134 (67 Principals and 67 PETs) which is finite for the researcher and no need to take a sample. Results and Conclusion: The main finding of the study was that there is a significant effect of organizational issues upon sports programs at the government girls’ high school level. Recommendation: The researcher recommended based on finding that organizational issues which affect the government girls high school sport should be minimized and the administration, parents, and politician may support the school sport and in addition to the politician may support the school sports not only financially but also provide skillful coaches who are cognizant with latest technologies and techniques.

Author Biographies

Mehreen Saba, Incharge, DSS&PE Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan - Pakistan

Incharge, DSS&PE Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan - Pakistan

Sohail Roman, PhD Scholar, Bejing Sports University, China

PhD Scholar, Bejing Sports University, China

Muhammad Ijaz, Incharge DSS&PE, University of Sargodha, (Bakkar Campus) -Pakistan

Incharge DSS&PE, University of Sargodha, (Bakkar Campus) -Pakistan

M. Zahid Mahmood, Subject Specialist (P.E) , Workers Welfare Higher Secondary School Multan-Pakistan

SubjectSpecialist (P.E) , Workers Welfare Higher Secondary School Multan-Pakistan


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