SYSTEM – INPUTS AND PROCESSES

  • S.1. The institution has policies on:
    • S.1.1. substitution or special arrangements whenever a faculty is on leave or absent;
    • S.1.2. giving awards and/ or recognition for faculty and students with outstanding achievements; and
    • S.1.3. supervision/ monitoring and evaluation of faculty performance.

IMPLEMENTATION

  • I.1. The institution implements rules on the attendance of the facuty in their respective classes and other academic related activities.
  • 1.2. Dialogues are regularly conducted between the administration and the:
    • I.2.1. faculty; and
    • I.2.2. students.
    • 1.3. Quallity instruction is assured through the following strategies:
      • I.3.1. conducting seminar/workshop on syllabi making;
      • I.3.2. holding workshops on test construction and the corresponding table of specifications;
      • I.3.3. conducting competency assessment;
      • I.3.4. conducting supervisory visits of classes and providing assistance, if necessary;
      • I.3.5. holding of regular faculty meetings;
      • I.3.6. requiring consultations between students and faculty;
      • I.3.7. conducting studies on academic performance of students; and
      • I.3.8. providing opportunities for the participation of the faculty in in-service training activities.
  • I.4. Periodic faculty performance evaluation on teaching and in other functions is done by at least three of the following:
    • I.4.1. the Dean/Academic Head/Department Chair;
    • I.4.2. the students;
    • I.4.3. the faculty member himself/herself;
    • I.4.4. the peers.
    • I.5. The results of the performance evaluation are used to improve the performance/competencies of the faculty.
    • I.6. Students are given recognition for exemplary academic and non-academic performances.
    • I.7. Outstanding achievements is recognized and encouraged through the following:
      • I.7.1. inclusion is the honor roll, Dean’s list, etc;
      • I.7.2. grant of tuition scholarships;
      • I.7.3. award of honor medals and merit certificates;
      • I.7.4. membership in honor societies/honor class/section, etc;
      • I.7.5. grant of special privileges such as opportunities in leadership and others(excluding exemption from major exams on all professional subjects); and
      • I.7.6. grant of awards and recognition for their outstanding academic accomplishments e.g., Best Thesis, Student Research of the Year, etc.
  • I.8. Indicators on performance of graduates are studied such as:
    • I.8.1. analysis of performance of graduates in the Electrical Engineering Licensure Examination;
    • I.8.2. employability of graduates ; and
    • I.8.3. feedback from employers regarding performance of graduates.

OUTCOME/S

  • O.1. The faculty and students have commendable performance.
  • O.2. The graduates of the program are employable.