A comparative study of HR practices in Public & Private Universities in Pakistan. Its impact on employee’s performance.


  • Faisal Rasheed Researcher Scholar, Lecturer University of Central Punjab
  • Iqra Faiq Researcher Scholar, Lecturer University of Central Punjab


Training, Centralization, Supervisor behavior, Motivation, Reward


This study investigates the influence of human resource practices on employee performance at Pakistan's public and private universities. Adopting sustainable HR practices is a goal all businesses share since it contributes to environmental sustainability. My study examines the effects of HR procedures on various public and private colleges. This study investigates the effects of supervisor behavior, incentives, centralization, staff training, and motivation. This study examines how these factors relate to one another as well. This study included a variety of instrument development techniques, including adaptation, adoption, and self-growth. Together with my population frame workers, I have gathered information from 50 private and 100 public personnel. Stratified sampling is used to gather data from male and female participants, whereas cluster sampling is used to gather data from Lahore. Using (SPSS), regression and correlation analysis were carried out. The state's governing authorities can alter its operations by following the principles provided by this study. They ought to exert influence in a way that will entice domestic organizations to remain there.