Title: Bullying in Schools, Colleges and Universities.
“Be A Star Don’t Be A Bully”
Name: Ammar Ali Khan, Basit Rehman, Muhammad Saqib Khan & Shahab Hussain, Students of MBA 4th Semester, Department of Management Sciences, Kohat University of Science and Technology, Pakistan.
We would like to extend our gratitude to Dr. Humera Manzoor for this opportunity and special gratitude to Ma’am Sania Zaheer Ali because without her we couldn’t have completed our research.
Research shows that bullying has very bad effects on the learning environment of schools, colleges and universities. This issue should be address and there are wide ranges of recommendation for this problem. Previous research findings showed that bullying is spread in every school, college and university in all over the world. The purpose of our research is to find the students’ experiences in Pakistan’s schools, colleges and universities and try to suggest the some sort of prevention program for the bullying in Pakistan. We also tried that we find out the effects faced by the students in Pakistan due the bullying because bullying is also effecting the learning environment in Pakistan’s schools, colleges, and universities.
Bullying is a widespread problem in our school, colleges and universities and has a very bad impact on school, colleges and universities climate. As it is the right of every student to lean in a safe and secure environment without any fear. Bullying has the long-term academic, physical and emotional effects on the victims. A student is being bullied when he or she is “exposed, repeatedly and over time” to abuse or harassment by one or more other students (Olweus, 1996). The motive of the bully is to dominate and gain power over individuals. There are three forms of bullying: physical (including hitting, kicking, sitting, pushing, stealing and destruction of property), verbal (such as taunting, malicious teasing, name calling...