This paper establishes a theoretical lens through which funding bodies can see the effectiveness
of an entrepreneurial education program, from the perspective of institutional accountability. In
this regard, quality notions; exception, fitness for purpose, perfection, transformation, and value for money are
put to the investigation during semi-structured interviews. The interviewed data were analyzed qualitatively by
employing discourse analysis. The findings of the research suggest that the notion of quality in the
entrepreneurship program is a blend of value for money and transformation.
1-Gohar Saleem Parvaiz Assistant Professor,Department of Management Science, Institute of Management Sciences Peshawar, KP, Pakistan.2-Arif Hussain Assistant Professor,Institute of Business Studies and Leadership,Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan, KP, Pakistan.3-Shams Ur Rehman Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration,Northern University Nowshera, KP, Pakistan.
Entrepreneurship, Quality Education, Value for Money, Transformation, Fitness for Purpose