Important Topics for Headmaster Tests


Ø  Meanings of education
Ø  Scope of education
Ø  Types of education
Ø  Formal
Ø  Non-formal
Ø  Informal
Ø  Elements of Educational Process
Ø  Aims
Ø  Curriculum
Ø  Pedagogy
Ø  Evaluation
Ø  Foundations of Education
Ø  Philosophical
Ø  Meaning and Scope of Educational Philosophy
Ø  Areas of Educational Philosophy
Ø  Epistemology
Ø  Ontology
Ø  Axiology
Ø  Educational Philosophies
Ø  Perennialism
Ø  Essentialism
Ø  Progressivism
Ø  Islamic
Ø  Psychological
Ø  Meaning and Scope of Educational Psychology
Ø  Role of Psychology in:
Ø  Curriculum
Ø  Pedagogy
Ø  Evaluation
Ø  Education in Pakistan
Ø  First Education Conference 1947
Ø  Commission on National Education 1959
Ø  The New Education Policy 1969-70
Ø  The Educational Policy 1972-80
Ø  National Educational Policy 1979
Ø  National Education Policy 1992
Ø  National Education Policy 1998-2010
Ø  Muslim Education Movements: Pre-Independence
Ø  Deoband
Ø  Aligarh
Ø  Anjamane Himayat-e-Islam
Ø  Nadwatul Ullema
Ø  Jamia Millia Islamia
Ø  Education in the Sub-continent: Pre-independence Reports
Ø  Charter Act
Ø  Lord Macaulay Report
Ø  Wood Despatch
Ø  Wiliam Hunter Commission Report
Ø  Calcutta University Commission Report
Ø  Dr. Zakir Hussain Report

Ø  General Methods of Teaching
Ø  Lecture method
Ø  Recitation method
Ø  Discussion method
Ø  Demonstration method
Ø  Heuristic method
Ø  Project method
Ø  Activity method
Ø  Problem solving method
Ø  Inductive method
Ø  Deductive method
Ø  Drill method
Ø  Question answer method
Ø  Group differentiated method
Ø  Innovative Methods of Teaching
Ø  Micro-teaching
Ø  Simulation method
Ø  Programmed instruction
Ø  Computer assisted instruction
Ø  Team-teaching
Ø  Peer-tutoring
Ø  Individualized instruction



Ø  Cooperative learning
Ø  Tele conference
Ø  Role play/Simulations
Ø  Various Laws, Rules and Regulations in Pakistani Educational Institutions
Ø  Leave rules
Ø  Pension rules
Ø  Civil services rules
Ø  Registration and recognition of privately managed institutions
Ø  Financial rules
Ø  Group insurance and advances
Ø  TA and DA rules
Ø  Registers , forms and other records in educational institutions
Ø  Some examples of Legal problems in Educational Institutions

Ø  Classroom Management
Ø  Objectives
Ø  After completion of the course, the students will be able to:
        prepare effective school leaders
        perform the administrative functions effectively and efficiently
        manage the classes properly
        create an effective teaching learning environment in classroom as well as in school
        use management skills for internal and external efficiency of school
Ø  Introduction to Management
Ø  Concept and Meaning of Management
Ø  Functions of Management
Ø  Theories of management
Ø  Principles of effective Management
Ø  School Plant Management
Ø  Building size, shape, design, construction and maintenance
Ø  School library, laboratories, playground
Ø  School environment (common principles)
Ø  School Record
Ø  Concept and objectives
Ø  Fundamental elements, salient features and practical aspects
Ø  Kinds of records to be maintained
Ø  General record (about school, staff, students)
Ø  Financial record
Ø  Educational record
Ø  Equipment record
Ø  Correspondence Record
Ø  Account books
Ø  Time Management
Ø  School timetable
Ø  Guiding principles
Ø  General rules
Ø  School Community Relationship
Ø  Need for cooperation
Ø  Participation by the parents in school program
Ø  Managing Schools
Ø  School timing, assembly, attendance
Ø  Duties and authorities of school head
Ø  Financial rules
Ø  Teaching of different subjects
Ø  Managing co-curricular activities

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