The most vital skills needed for effective teaching is instructional planning and strategies (Martel, 2009).This research was aimed to study and compare prospective teachers’ disposition about instructional planning and strategies (DIPS) in universities of Punjab. Two stage random sampling technique was used to select the sample, therefore nine hundred and sixty prospective teachers from six public universities comprised the sample of the study. Quantitative approach used survey method through an adopted self-reported scale. Data was analyzed by using different statistical techniques i.e. frequency distribution, independent samples t-test, one way ANOVA, Pearson product moment correlation and linear regression applied to find out the variations in prospective teachers’ disposition about instructional planning and strategies on the basis of demographical variables. The findings of the study comprised that majority of prospective teachers had moderate magnitude of dispositions of instructional planning and strategies. In addition, the prospective teachers’ DIPS vary among different public universities of the Punjab and their gender and but it does not vary due to teaching practice.