Managing Performance Of Academic Staff In Private Higher Education Institutions The Cases Of Unity And St. Marys Universities

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This research assesses the performance management of academic staff in Unity and St. Mary’s Universities. In doing so, data were collected through questionnaire from 163 total academic staff (58 from Unity University, 105 from the St. Mary’s University). Also deep-interview was conducted with randomly selected individuals from the selected universities. Besides, secondary data were collected from both Higher education and quality assurance offices. Descriptive design was in this study. The findings of this study indicated that the lived experience of the universities in performance management of academic staff is found to be poor and needs to be matured. The academicians have been found almost concentrated on teaching activity. The involvement of the academicians in research, publication, symposium, community service and grant project is insignificant. From the total number of 163 teachers who were participants of the study only 7 teachers have the experience of less than 2 years. Accordingly, 88 teachers have 3- 5 years of work experience. The 53 teachers have 3-5 years of work experiences.23.9% of the academicians agreed on the necessity of annual performance appraisal. The overall performance evaluation of the instructor’s was 75.5% out of 100%. With minimum of 65% and maximum 86%. 60.8% of the academicians agreed that they inform consultation hour and solves students’ academic problems on time. Core competency and professional competency are statistically significant in correlation (p

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