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The present article focused on evaluating the impacts of the IMU (Independent Monitoring Unit) on the performance of Secondary School’s Teachers deputed on duty in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Mixed methodology was applied in the current research study. Questionnaires and interviews were used for the collection of data. Proportionate random sampling technique was utilized while bringing under-examination a sample of 351 randomly selected teaching faculty members. The collected quantitative data from the respondents were analyzed on SPSS version 20; whereas, qualitative data were evaluated separately. Multiple descriptive and statistical techniques were used to compute the quantitative data to find out mean and percentage. In addition to this chi-square tests were applied; however, at the other end, qualitative data were categorized thematically. Furthermore, the findings of the qualitative data were entrenched into the quantitative data. The evaluation of the data indicated that IMU (Independent Monitoring Unit) had improved the teachers’ and students’ attendance level effectively; however, overall performance at both ends had not been found effectively improved. Independent Monitoring Unit had to face visits’ overload, communication gap, and school staff etc. Hence, keeping in view the above circumstances, it can be concluded that vigilant Monitoring should be introduced, well-trained teachers should be appointed, and they must be professionally trained for further improving the education system.
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