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Research Appraisal

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st

Intra NUST Research

Conference

8

th

Nov,

2014

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Sequence

Changing paradigms of Higher Education?

Classifications of Research led Universities

Research

Performance metricsResearch funding (Input Measures)University Publications and citation updateSchool wise publication H Index of NUST and other UniversitiesAuthors h index major disciplinesRecommendations

2

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Changing paradigms of Higher Education

Old Paradigm for HE

New Paradigm for HE

Take what you can get

Courses on demand

Academic calendar Year-round operationsUniversity as a city University as ideaTerminal degree Lifelong learningUniversity as ivory tower University as partner in societyStudent = 18- to 25-year-old Embrace to graveBooks are primary medium

Information on demand

Tenure

Market valueSingle product Information reuse/info exhaustStudent as a ‘pain’ Student as a customerDelivery in classroom Delivery anywhereMulti-culturalGlobalSingle discipline Multi-disciplineInstitution-centricMarket-centricGovernment funded Market fundedTechnology as an expenseTechnology as differentiator

Ref

.

Kathy

Tiano

, cited in

Inglis

et al, 2002:

22

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Classifications of Research Universities

Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching (USA) divides the research universities in two main categories

NUST

is expected to graduate more than 20 PhD Scholars in 2014

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5

MANAGEMENT/CONTROL AND METRICS OF RESEARCH

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Research is an intensely personal activity, strongly dependent on the ideas and imagination of individuals or groups; at this level it

does not lend itself to control and

management, butIn competitive world of today

,

there are constraints;

funding and quality issues, adequate resources, legal & ethical controls, risk factor etc: require some sort of research management framework

Management/Control of Research

6

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Key performance indicators used in the Research Intensive Universities

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Performance management of

Research-intensive universities

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Input Measures

S No

Measure

Quantity

Remarks1

Project

funding

Rs. 1100. 761 MilLast five years220.15 M/year2Number of Research Students464 PhD/3002 MS94/3570 completed3Number of Research staff/ Active Research StaffFaculty: 470 PhD+534 MS =1004PG Students: 3466G Total= 44704Applications for Research funding 230 (last year only)

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Projects Approval Rates, University Level

last 5 years

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Proposals Submission / Acceptance Rate per PhD faculty

last 3 years (2011-2013)

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Publications Quality Matrix

Five Yearly Data of Papers Published Vs Impact Factor

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Institution wise Publications

in

2014

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13Analysis of Research Papers Publication Vs NUST Faculty Strength – 2013

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Publications and Citations in Scopus

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PROGRESSIVE INCREASE IN UG ADMISSION APPLICANTS

h-Index

15

Proposed

in 2005,

as an

alternative to the impact

factor.

It can be used for evaluating Journals, individuals and institutionsh index; Combines assessment of both quantity (number of papers) and quality (impact, or citations to these papers). e.g.

For example, an author or Institution with an

h-index of 30 means that it has

written at least 30 papers and each paper has at least 30

citations

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h-INDEX OF PUBLICATIONS OF NUST AUTHORS

Dr. M

Jamil

Dr. N S Akbar

Dr. A

QadirDr. W A KhanDr. M B MalikDr. Riaz M

Dr.

Iftikhar

Gul Dr. Bilal khanDr NasirDr. A GhafoorDr. M Y JavedDr. Osman H

Dr. Peter J

Dr.

Qasim

H

Dr.

Sobia

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Recommendations

Formation of Research clusters across Colleges/Schools (Each institute to lead at least one cluster)

Motivate more faculty members to submit research proposalsFrench_ Pakistan partnership program has been announced Inputs/suggestions for review of criterion to set publication targetsAny other suggestions, especially from PhD students are also welcome

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Common journals in ISI Thomson and Scopus database

18

ISI

Indexed

11518

Scopus Indexed

20698

Common Journals8275Common Journals in both ISI and SCOPUS should be focused for better University Ranking and Career Progression of Faculty

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THANK

YOU


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