A framework of faculty performance evaluation: A case study in Bangladesh
CL Karmaker, SMT Ahmed, MS Rahman, M Tahiduzzaman, TK Biswas, Mustafizur Rahman, SK Biswas
Objectives: The purpose of this work is to investigate the performance evaluation indices of academic staffs and evaluate teachers’ performance of a renowned engineering university of Bangladesh. Methodology: In this study, a hybrid multiple-criteria decision-making (MCDM) model has been applied to accomplish these objectives. Specifically, the analytic hierarchy process (AHP) is utilized to determine the weights of attributes (key performance indicators) but TOPSIS is adopted for showing the preference order of the teachers in an educational organization. In this study, fifteen sub-criteria of five main performance evaluation indicators and seven faculty members have been considered to validate the proposed model. Results: The result shows a ranking among the seven faculty members with respect to the selected key performance indicators. It also shows the specific weighted normalized value of each indicator for a faculty member. Conclusion: The analysis and results of this study can help the management of educational organization in Bangladesh to assess its each individual’s contribution to the organization. It can also help the faculty members to identify their performance gap and improve their teaching performance.
CL Karmaker, SMT Ahmed, MS Rahman, M Tahiduzzaman, TK Biswas, Mustafizur Rahman, SK Biswas. A framework of faculty performance evaluation: A case study in Bangladesh. International Journal of Research in Advanced Engineering and Technology, Volume 4, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 18-24