Presenting a Formula for Equal Allocation of Human Resources to the Education Ministry with Emphasis on Islamic Education Philosophy (Case Study of Sistan and Baluchestan Province)

  • Yar Mohammad Hoseinbor*, Ezat-Alah Naderi, Maryam SeifNaraghi


Certainly, the present world is the world of organizations, and carriers of these organizations are human beings. Without human resources, organizations lose their meaning and cannot be managed. Even with the progress of technology and the transformation of organizations into a mass of hardware, the role of man as a vital and strategic factor in their survival is clearly evident. Therefore, human resources are the most valuable fount of today's organizations because they shape organizational decisions, solve their problems and promote their productivity. Today, human resources are recognized as a strategic factor in organizations. The current research aims to present a formula for equal allocation of human resources to the Education Ministry with an emphasis on Islamic education philosophy. The statistical population includes academic elites, subject professors and teachers, religious elites (both clergies and religious scholars) and (former and current) managers of the Education Ministry derived from 32 education districts. It was conducted through a combined research design since it describes and explains the actions and knowledge of the participant, and their relationships in a real context. The initial sample included 36 individuals who (except one that withdrew after the first interview) participated in the initial interview. In the final section, 11 interviewees were selected based on their formal experience and responsibilities in various areas of the research topic. SPSS 24 and Smart PLS 2 software were performed to analyze the data.