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Introduction to educational
management.
MES-041.
Growth and development of educational
management.
What is management
• Do something to achieve an objective.
• Management is an activity which has a
function of planning, c...
Mars Parker
• Management is the art of getting things done
through people
Harold Koontz and Cyril O’ Donnell
• Management is the art of getting things done
through and with people in formally orga...
George R Terry,
• Management is a distinct process performed
to determine and accomplish stated objective
by the use of hu...
Five functions of managements
• Henri Fayol,
• 1. Planning
• 2.organizing
• 3.leading
• 4.Co-ordinating
• 5.Controlling.
Administration and management
• Administration
• It is determinative
functions
• Administration is part of
management.
• N...
Educational management
There is a stage of development- each one
has a specific level of attainment.
10+2+3.
Functions of educational management
• Who is a manager.
• Set objectives for using available resources.
• Formulate plans ...
• Staff the job with people
• Initiate work activities
• Supply incentives to stimulate productivity.
• Set up controls to...
Skills needed by administrators and
managers
• Functions of an educational manager
• Financial
• Security
• Accounting
• M...
koontz and weihrich
• Added four skills
• 1.technical skills
• 2.human skills
• 3.conceptual skil
• 4.administraive skills.
Historical Perspective of Educational
management. Indian context.
• Charter act 1813
Macaulays minutes 1835.
• Woods despatch.
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Educational management.

Introduction to educational management.

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Educational management.

  1. 1. Introduction to educational management. MES-041. Growth and development of educational management.
  2. 2. What is management • Do something to achieve an objective. • Management is an activity which has a function of planning, co-ordination, directing, supervision, staffing and controlling.
  3. 3. Mars Parker • Management is the art of getting things done through people
  4. 4. Harold Koontz and Cyril O’ Donnell • Management is the art of getting things done through and with people in formally organized groups. It is the art of creating an environment in which people can perform as individuals and yet co-operates towards attainment of goals. It is the art of removing obstacles or blocks to such performance, a way of optimizing efficiency in reaching goals.
  5. 5. George R Terry, • Management is a distinct process performed to determine and accomplish stated objective by the use of human beings and other resources.
  6. 6. Five functions of managements • Henri Fayol, • 1. Planning • 2.organizing • 3.leading • 4.Co-ordinating • 5.Controlling.
  7. 7. Administration and management • Administration • It is determinative functions • Administration is part of management. • No distinction between management and administration • Management • Executive function • Management is a generic term and includes administration
  8. 8. Educational management
  9. 9. There is a stage of development- each one has a specific level of attainment. 10+2+3.
  10. 10. Functions of educational management • Who is a manager. • Set objectives for using available resources. • Formulate plans for achieving these objective • Identify the activities to be performed • Organize the activities into groups • Define the task to be done • Group the task into jobs
  11. 11. • Staff the job with people • Initiate work activities • Supply incentives to stimulate productivity. • Set up controls to measure the achievement of objectives. • Take remedial action if the objectives are not being met.
  12. 12. Skills needed by administrators and managers • Functions of an educational manager • Financial • Security • Accounting • Managerial • Technical • Commerical.
  13. 13. koontz and weihrich • Added four skills • 1.technical skills • 2.human skills • 3.conceptual skil • 4.administraive skills.
  14. 14. Historical Perspective of Educational management. Indian context. • Charter act 1813
  15. 15. Macaulays minutes 1835. • Woods despatch.

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