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  • 1. Appendix 2: Standards and Key Performance Indicators Report (Academic Units) Standard 1: Quality of Graduates Graduates are intellectual, capable of self-learning and self-development, and working with others. They possess professional skills and knowledge of highly recognized professionals, research skills of highly recognized academics, and conscience and ethics of good citizens of the Thai society and the world community. Standard 1: Quality of Graduates Decision Criteria 2004 2005 2006 Performance Goal Wt Per Dev Ach Total Grand 3 1 1 5 Total mark mark mark mark Common Indicators 1 2 3 fraction proportion fraction proportion fraction proportion 2004 2005 2006 1-59 60 - 79 ≥ 80 1.1 Percentage of Bachelor graduates who can secure jobs and who can be self- employed within one year 1.2 Percentage of Bachelor graduates who 1-59 60 - 79 ≥ 80 work in their major field of study 1.3 Percentage of Graduates getting their 1-74 75 - 99 100 starting salaries by the standard 1-2.4 2.5- 3.4 ≥ 3.5 1.4 Levels of satisfaction of employers/ business operators/ graduate users - - ≥1 1.5 Number of students or alumni who graduated not more than 3 years ago who are recognized academically/ professionally/ ethically or number of academic awards or other awards related to the quality of graduates at the national or international level within the past 3 years (number of students) 1 2 ≥3 1.6 Number of theses/ dissertations and students’ academic works awarded at the national or international level within the past 3 years (number of works) Specific Indicators Decision Criteria 2004 2005 2006 Performance Goal Wt Per Dev Ach Total Grand 1 2 3 fraction proportion fraction proportion fraction proportion 2004 2005 2006 3 1 1 5 Total mark mark mark mark 1.7 Percentage of articles based on the 1-24 25 – 39 ≥ 40 Master graduates’ theses that are published in proportion to the total number of the Master graduates’ theses 1-39 40 - 59 ≥ 60 1.8 Percentage of articles based on the Doctoral graduates’ dissertations that are published in proportion to the total
  • 2. number of the Doctoral graduates’ dissertations Standard 2: Research and Innovations Research and innovations lead to the creation and development of highly skilled human resources, the creation and development of new body of knowledge which expands the border of knowledge, and the applicability of intellectual property. They are important factors which develop the quality, effectiveness and competency of the Thais and develop the Thai society into a society of learning, knowledge and wisdom, inculcating a culture of utilizing knowledge in determining the trends of development as well as enhancing the country’s competitiveness Standard 2: Research and Innovations Decision Criteria 2004 2005 2006 Performance Goal Wt Per Dev Ach Total Grand 3 1 1 5 Total mark mark mark mark Common Indicators 1 2 3 fraction proportion fraction proportion fraction proportion 2004 2005 2006 2.1 Percentage of research and 1-19 20 - 29 ≥ 30 innovations published, disseminated and/or used at the national and international levels in proportion to the total number of full-time lecturers 1-9,999 10,000- ≥ 2.2 Amount of internal research and 14,999 15,000 innovation funds in proportion to the total number of full-time lecturers (baht) 1-9,999 10,000- ≥ 2.3 Amount of external research and 14,999 15,000 innovation funds in proportion to the total number of full-time lecturers (baht) 2.4 Percentage of full-time lecturers 1-29 30 - 44 ≥ 45 receiving internal research or innovation funds in proportion to the total number of full-time lecturers 2.5 Percentage of full-time lecturers 1-14 15-19 ≥ 20 receiving external research or innovation funds in proportion to the total number of full-time lecturers Specific Indicators Decision Criteria 2004 2005 2006 Performance Goal Wt Per Dev Ach Total Grand 1 2 3 fraction proportion fraction proportion fraction proportion 2004 2005 2006 3 1 1 5 Total mark mark mark mark 2.6 Percentage of research articles cited - - - in the refereed journals or the national or international databases (e.g. ISI, ERIC) in proportion to the total number of full-time lecturers
  • 3. 2.7 Number of research and innovations - - - registered as intellectual property or patented within the past 5 years Standard 3: Academic Services Academic and professional services are rendered useful and serve as reliable academic and professional resources, present appropriate and relevant guidelines which enhance the security and strength of the society, community, country and the international community. They also promote the university’s academic and professional roles in developing the learning society and knowledge society with responsibility for the public. Standard 3: Academic Services Decision Criteria 2004 2005 2006 Performance Goal Wt Per Dev Ach Total Grand 3 1 1 5 Total mark mark mark mark Common Indicators 1 2 3 fraction proportion fraction proportion fraction proportion 2004 2005 2006 1-24 25 - 39 ≥ 40 3.1 Percentage of academic and professional service activities/ projects responding to the needs of developing and strengthening the society, community, country and the international community in proportion to the total number of full-time lecturers 1-14 15 - 24 ≥ 25 3.2 Percentage of full-time lecturers serving as thesis advisors and thesis committee members in other institutions and serving as academic and professional committee members at the national or international level in proportion to the total number of full-time lecturers 3.3 Use of the knowledge and experiences 2 3 ≥4 derived from the academic and professional services to develop the teaching and learning and research (Level) 1-6,499 6,500 – ≥ 3.4 University expenses incurred in cash and 9,999 10,000 in kind in providing academic and professional services to the society in proportion to the total number of full-time lecturers Specific Indicators Decision Criteria 2004 2005 2006 Performance Goal Wt Per Dev Ach Total Grand 1 2 3 fraction proportion fraction proportion fraction proportion 2004 2005 2006 3 1 1 5 Total mark mark mark mark 3.5 Number of nationally or internationally 1-2 3 ≥4 recognized centers or networks that provide academic and professional services (Number of centers or networks) 3.6 University revenues generated from 1-14,99 15,000 ≥20000
  • 4. providing academic and professional 9 – services in the name of the university in 19,999 proportion to the total number of full-time lecturers (baht) 1-2 3 ≥4 3.7 Level of success in providing academic and professional services according to the university’s mission (Level) Standard 4: Art and Culture Preservation Thai identity, art, culture, wisdom and local wisdom which are Thai heritage are preserved, developed, disseminated and integrated into the teaching and learning processes, research and academic and professional services. Thai wisdom is created and promoted to be the foundation of the development of body of knowledge which can be internationalized. Standard 3: Art and Culture Preservation Decision Criteria 2004 2005 2006 Performance Goal Wt Per Dev Ach Total Grand Total 3 1 1 5 Common Indicators 1 2 3 fraction proportion fraction proportion fraction proportion 2004 2005 2006 mark mark mark mark 4.1 Percentage of activities preserving, 1-14 15 - 19 ≥ 20 developing and enhancing identity, art and culture in proportion to the total number of full-time students 0.01-0. 0.5 - ≥1% 4.2 Percentage of University expenses 49 % of 0.9 % of the incurred in cash and in kind in the the of the operati preservation, development and operati operati on enhancement of identity, art and on on budge culture in proportion to the total budge budge t operation budget t t Specific Indicators Decision Criteria 2004 2005 2006 Performance Goal Wt Per Dev Ach Total Grand 1 2 3 fraction proportion fraction proportion fraction proportion 2004 2005 2006 Total 3 1 1 5 mark mark mark mark 4.3 Number of pieces of works resulting in - - - the development of the body of knowledge and the creation of the standard of art and culture (pieces) 4.4 Effectiveness of the preservation, - - - development and enhancement of identity, art and culture (Level)
  • 5. Standard 5: Organization and Human Resources Development Based on good governance, education is administered and managed with the participation of all members of the organization as well as its stakeholders. Focus is placed on decentralization, monitored by systematic and continuous policies, planning, leadership, and human resources development. Information system is used in teaching and learning, research and administration with the aim of establishing academic excellence and financial security. The use of money is worthy, autonomous, flexible, transparent and can be audited Standard 5: Organization and Human Decision Criteria 2004 2005 2006 Performance Goal Wt Per Dev Ach Total Grand Resources Development Total 3 1 1 5 mark mark mark mark Common Indicators 1 2 3 fraction proportion fraction proportion fraction proportion 2004 2005 2006 1-3 4 ≥5 5.1 University council/Faculty committees and executives have the vision that drives the mission, and that reflects its policies and objectives, leading to the goal of good administration, with participative management style, emphasizing on empowerment, transparency, and audit ability, as well as the ability to sustain the institution to compete in the international arena. (items) 5.2 Develop the institution to become a 1-2 3 ≥4 learning organization, by making use of both internal and external audits (Level) 5.3 The strategic plan are aligned with the 1-2 3 ≥4 national strategies (Level) 1-2 3 ≥4 5.4 Sharing of both internal and external resources (Level) 5.5 Capability of database systems for 1 2 ≥3 management, teaching and learning, and research (Level)
  • 6. 1-64,00 65,000- ≥ 5.6 Fixed assets in proportion to the total 0 99,999 100,00 number of full-time students (Baht per 0 capita) 5.7 Operating expenses in proportion to ≥+10 % 5 – 9.99 (-4.99)- the total number of full-time students or ≤ % and 4.99 % (percentage to the normal standard) -10% of -5- of the the (-9.99) stand stand of the stand Standard 5: Organization and Human Resources Development Based on good governance, education is administered and managed with the participation of all members of the organization as well as its stakeholders. Focus is placed on decentralization, monitored by systematic and continuous policies, planning, leadership, and human resources development. Information system is used in teaching and learning, research and administration with the aim of establishing academic excellence and financial security. The use of money is worthy, autonomous, flexible, transparent and can be audited Standard 5: Organization and Decision Criteria 2004 2005 2006 Performance Goal Wt Per Dev Ach Total Grand Human Resources Development Total 3 1 1 5 mark mark mark mark Common Indicators 1 2 3 fraction proportion fraction proportion fraction proportion 2004 2005 2006 5.8 Percentage of net income in 1-4 % of +5–9% + 10 - 15 proportion to the total the or > 15% % of the operation budget operation of the operation budget operation budget budget 5.9 Percentage of full-time 1-34 35 - 49 ≥ 50 lecturers participating in academic conferences or presenting academic works in the country and abroad 1-6,499 6,500-999 ≥ 10,000 5.10Budget per head for full-time 9 lecturers’ development in the country and abroad in proportion to the total number of full-time lecturers (Baht per capita) 1-44 45 - 69 ≥ 70 5.11Percentage of full-time supporting staff who were developed in professional
  • 7. knowledge and skills in the country and abroad Standard 6: Curriculum and Teaching and Learning Curriculums are developed to be updated, flexible and relevant to the learners’ and the society’s needs. The teaching and learning process focuses on the development of learners’ quality, focusing on self-learning according to their needs and interests through the use of different teaching techniques and resources. Learning evaluation is done in real situations and the results are used for learners’ development. Human resources, budget, infrastructure, facilities and cooperation from within and outside the organization are pooled to organize extra-curriculum and educational activities to attain the highest level of effectiveness of educational management. Standard 6: Curriculum and Teaching Decision Criteria 2004 2005 2006 Performance Goal Wt Per Dev Ach Total Grand and Learning 3 1 1 5 Total mark mark mark mark Common Indicators 1 2 3 fraction proportion fraction proportion fraction proportion 2004 2005 2006 6.1 Percentage of curriculums 1-79 80 - 99 100 meeting the standard criteria in proportion to the total number of curriculums ≥+10% or 6-9.99 % (-5.99 )- 6.2 Number of full-time students in ≤ -10% of or – 6 – 5.99 % of proportion to the total number of the (9.99) % the full-time lecturers (percentage of standard the standard the standard) standard 1-19 20 - 29 ≥ 30 6.3 Percentage of full-time lecturers holding Doctoral degrees or equivalent in proportion to the total number of full-time lecturers 6.4 Percentage of full-time lecturers 1-39 40 - 59 ≥ 60 holding academic titles 6.5 Compliance with the teaching 1-2 3 ≥4 professional ethics (Level) 6.6 Student-centered learning 1-2 3-4 ≥5 process, especially learning from practicum and real experiences 6.7 Level of students’ satisfaction with 1-2.49 2.5– 3.49 ≥ 3.5 the lecturers’ quality of teaching and with the supporting resources
  • 8. 1-39 40 - 59 ≥ 60 6.8 Percentage of students participating in student development activities/projects in proportion to the total number of full-time students 1-3,999 4,000-5,99 ≥ 6,000 6.9 Operating expenses in the library 9 system, computers and information center in proportion to the total number of full-time students (Baht per capita) Standard 7: Quality Assurance System Internal quality assurance means the quality development, quality auditing and quality assessment. It is a part of the educational administration process that leads to the continuous development of education quality and standard and serves the external quality assurance. Standard 5: Organization and Human Decision Criteria 2004 2005 2006 Performance Goal Wt Per Dev Ach Total Grand Total Resources Development 3 1 1 5 mark mark mark mark Common Indicators 1 2 3 fraction proportion fraction proportion fraction proportion 2004 2005 2006 7.1 There exist an internal Quality 1-2 3 ≥4 Assurance system and mechanism that bring about continuous development of education quality (level) 7.2 Effectiveness of internal Quality 1-2 3 ≥4 Assurance (level)
  • 9. Definitions for the SKPIR  Standards: are the 4 aspects of the quality standards, namely effectiveness, administration, learning, and quality assurance divided into 7 categories with 39 indicators as specified by ONESQA. The first four standards 1-4 are result-oriented, while standards 5-7 are process- oriented. Each standard consist a number of common and specific indicators, to be used according to the point of emphasis of the category of the institution.  Decision Criteria: is the criteria range to award 1 to 3 marks depending on the achievement of the criteria in which it is dependent on the university category. Assumption University is in category 2 with emphasis on Standards 1 and 3.  Fraction/ Proportion: Fraction is the numerical representation indicating the actual number of the faculty’s actual performance, and Proportion is part of the percentage or ratio of the total number.  Goal: is the stated target to be achieved from such an action in the one year plan.  Weight: Weight assigned by the institution to the standard in accordance to its mission as specified during the institution grouping, and the total weight of the standard is equal to the sum of all the 7 standards, which is 160 marks  Performances: the achievement of the execution of an action measured by the 3 level of decision criteria (3 marks) of each indicator.  Development: When compared to previous year goal, if the unit had improved on the performance based on the improvement of the decision criteria, there is development. If the development is evident, put “1” mark, otherwise put a “0 mark.  Achievement: a result gained by effort as measured based on the goal through evidence or result indicators. If there is achievement based on the measurable indicators or achievement of the level, put “1” mark, otherwise put “0” mark. REMARK: For more details, please refer to the External Quality Assessment standards, Method and Criteria manual (3rd Edition, July 2006)

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