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B-school faculty accreditation / faculty to be looked at overall contribution to Society

  1. 1. Question of Faculty Assessment inManagement Education:A Model for Faculty Accreditationmm bagaliProfessor of Management and Human Resources,Coordinator, Research in Management,JAIN University, India
  2. 2. Our ExperienceHonored with AIMA-AMT,Accredited ManagementTeacher in ManagementSciencesThe paper is based on theexperience of having suchProfessional AccreditationAward for faculty
  3. 3. Our ThinkingSurveys and Ranking are done ofB-SchoolsParametersInfrastructure, Knowledge delivery,Corporate interface, Placements,Pedagogy approachIndustrial visits, Corporate guestfaculty, Soft skills training, Student- faculty exchange, tie-up- MOUCanteen, recreational facilities,health care, Wi-Fi, laptops………
  4. 4. Academic RequirementsFirst ClassNET-SETM.Phil / PhDConference attendancePaper publication in ISBN / ISSN….Many moreWhy not Accreditation orContribution Assessment?
  5. 5. Accreditation ?3 Reasons1.Unquestionable Integrity ofAcademic Excellence2. Quality Academic contributionswith continuous improvements3. Foreign University are come(ing),hence match the delivery system
  6. 6. Accreditation: Paradox for ExcellenceWhen we say Accreditation, we meanExceeding stated standards of quality performance inacademics and related academic activityProduction of Intellectual contributions andProfessional DevelopmentThe need for maintaining Professional Qualificationalong with AQUpon entering at very senior leadership roles athigher levels in academics (Dean/ Director), anAccredited teacher on the resume will stand outmore to employer than one of questionableintegrity
  7. 7. PauseYes, Need for Accreditation ofManagement FacultyAssumptionHolistic Achievement andContributions to the Academiaby FacultyThus,Confirming the ‘PAT’,Professional Accreditation Teacheraward
  8. 8. A Model for Faculty Accreditation
  9. 9. Assessment Parameters
  10. 10. Academic Development 300 pointsTeaching Best Practices adopted 150Course Development/Design 40Case development 40Monographs 20Text books 30Executive Education 20
  11. 11. Administration and positions 50 pointsResponsibility held 15Position held 10Committees 10Board Member 10Support in Instituting a 5Chair of Excellence
  12. 12. Intellectual Contribution 200 pointsResearch Publication 50Projects 40PhD guidance 25PhD awarded 30Advisory Board on Journals / Editor 15Reviewer of papers 10Patents and copyrights 20Working papers 10
  13. 13. MOU/Collaboration, and Consultancy 100 pointsConsultancy 30Corporate network 10Training held in academics 20Training held for corporate 20Industry based projects 10
  14. 14. International Assignment and Network 150 pointsVisiting Assignments 30Collaboration 20Post-Doctoral 40Fellowship 20Scholarship 10Conference / Workshops organized 30
  15. 15. Social Responsibility 100 pointsAssociation with NGO’s/ Red Cross 20Social impact projects 20Work at School level 20Economic Development Activity 20Teach India program 20
  16. 16. Other Academic Excellence areas 100 pointsAssociates 15National / State Awards 35Certifications/ Exams 20Membership to Professional Bodies 10Positions in any Organization/Governing body 10Cultural/ Sports promotion 10
  17. 17. Selection MethodologyCriteriaPhD5 yearsPG Teaching, Full TimeManagement Institutes
  18. 18. Stage 1: Peer Review ProcessConsidering nominees accomplishments withinAssessment parameters [The total qualifying points501+ onwards]orQualify in each area with 50% of total pointsorQualify in each section with 50% of total points
  19. 19. Stage 2: Final Review ProcessPresentationAssigned 100InterviewAssigned 100
  20. 20. PanelsA. StakeholdersB. Government Organization/InstitutionsC. Research Organization/InstitutesD. Industry BodiesE. Overseas RepresentativesF. Corporate UniversityG. Combination of all
  21. 21. Selection PanelStake holdersManagement Education ….. UGC-NAAC, AICTE -NBA, and Localaffiliated University, including deemed and autonomousThe National/ State Knowledge Council/Commission, Council for higher Education, State InnovativeCouncil, IIM, IIT, AIU, National Mission on Education, AIMAAssociation - NASCCOM, NHRD, AIMS- Association of IndianManagement Schools, University Representatives/ CII, FCCKI,National Skills Development Board
  22. 22. Post Accreditation Utility1] Member of Board of Studies / Examiners2]Member, various committees, AICTE/UGC, et al3]Should be Eligible to…..1 ] Grants and Research funding from University2] Part of Board/Member - Knowledge commission or other board3 ] Member, LIC Committee of university, any other ad-hoc committee4 ] Corporate offerings of MDP, Consultancy, and design of training toolsand programs5 ] Overseas Travel Grants6] Guide Project work of MBA4]Research committees in University5] Guides for PhD work
  23. 23. Grading Scale and StarsState Level STAR Category Points Final certificationState A Star Best in Class 91-100 High HonorsState A Star Excellent 80-90 A-DistensionState A Star Above Average 60-79 B- DistensionState B Star Average 40-59 A-MeritState B Star Poor 20-39 B-MeritState B Star Zero based 00-19 C-MeritThe consolidated points of Presentation and Interview
  24. 24. [PAT]Professional Accreditation Teacher, Award
  25. 25. Thanks