Faculty Development Policy

Faculty Performance Appraisal and Development System &
Career Advancement Scheme (CAS)

Institute Vision
To become a trusted and influential management education institution that is equipped to make a compelling difference to the business world and the community.

Institute Mission

  • M1: address the need for creating industry-ready professionals who will have an analytics-based approach to problem-solving
  • M2: offer an education experience founded on strong core values built on the twin pillars of theory and practice
  • M3: foster academic excellence in cutting-edge areas through learning and research
  • M4: contribute towards learning opportunities for the rural and weaker sections of the society to make them equal participants in the digital world



  • Individual faculty member submits the performance appraisal system (PBAS) from to the director of the school at the end of academic year.
  • Director’s office collects the student feedback report on faculty members and the courses taught.
  • Director evaluates the self-evaluation report and over all appraisal of the faculty is done on following basis:
    1. 50% for assessment of self-appraisal –(Minimum API score as per AICTE normsshould be required)
    2. 30% for the students’ feedback – (Minimum 70% feedback should be required)
    3. 20% for assessment by the Director based on academic and administrative loads shared by the faculty member
  • Director’s recommendations are shared with the faculty members and the same is linked to the career advancement scheme (CAS).


Eligibility Criteria:
Rules & Regulation for career advancement Schemes for the faculty members is followed as per AICTEgazette notification dated March 1,2019 regarding pay scales, service condition and qualification forteachers and other academic staff in PGDM institution regulation, 2019.

Process of Career Advancement Scheme

  • A faculty member who wishes to be considered for promotions under CAS should submit in writingto the Director.
  • The faculty should submit PBAS proforma duly supported by all credentials as per APIguidelines set out by AICTE.
  • Director forms expert assessment system as per the AICTE guidelines.
Sr. No. Post/Pay Scale Pay Band + AGP
1. Assistant Professor 15600 – 39100 + AGP 6000
2. Associate Professor 37400 – 67000 + AGP 9000
3. Professor 37400 – 67000 + AGP 10000
4. Senior Professor 67000 – 79000 (Entry Pay: 67000)
  • Recommendation given by the Director is submitted to the Board of Governors for final approval.

Faculty Performance Appraisal Form

From the period of _________________ to __________________

Part I
(To be filled in by Director’s Office)




Date of appointment to thepresent post:

Date of confirmation with the designation of the Post in which confirmed:

Part II
Self-Assessment Report
(to be filled in by the faculty member)

No. of courses taught during the year (5):

Names of courses taught during the year:

New course introduction (if any) (5):

Total contact hours (5):

Administrative responsibilities handled (15):

  1. i)
  2. ii)
  3. iii)
  4. iv)

Research (15):

  1. i) No. of Journal papers:
  2. ii) No. of Conference papers:
  3. iii) No. of student’s project guided:
  4. iv) No. of Ph.D. scholar guided:
  5. v) No. of Book Chapter published:
  6. vi) No. of Books published:

Any initiative taken for student development (5):

Contribution in Curriculum Development (10):

Total (A): ___________

Signature of the faculty member

Part III
Assessment by the Director

Sr. No. Responsibility/Initiative Remarks
1. Teaching load and regularity in taking class (5)
2. Innovations / experiments introduced in the course (2)
3. Intellectual capital (Books / Articles/ Patents/ Talks) (3)
4. Publication in Refereed Journals (4)
5. Organizing and participation in Seminars/ workshops, special lectures, FDP’s, Summer institutes (5)
6. Contribution to the corporate life of the school (3)
7. Initiative and adaptability (resourcefulness in handling normal and unforeseen problems and willingness to take responsibilities in the new area of work) (5)
8. Interpersonal relations and team work (5)
9. Integrity and Trustworthiness (5)
10. General conduct (3)

Total (B): ___________

General assessment taking all the above parameters Total (A) + (B): __________________

(Outstanding – 91 to 100;
Very Good – 71 to 90;
Good – 51 to 70;
Satisfactory – 40 to 50;
Unsatisfactory – up to 40)

Signature of the Director:




Allotment of Marks

Sl. No. Particulars Maximum Marks
1. Academic Background 65
Bachelor’s Degree 15
Master’s Degree 40
Ph.D. Degree 10
2. Experience 05
3. Academic awards (Medals, fellowships etc.) 08
4. Publications in relevant field 07
5. Interview 15
Total 100

1. Academic background: 65 (Maximum Marks)

Sl. No. Degree Up to % marks obtained Score
1. Bachelor’s Degree <55 05
<60 10
<65 11
<70 12
<75 13
<80 14
>80 15
2. Master’s Degree <55 05
<60 10
<65 11
<70 12
<75 13
<80 14
>80 15
3. Ph.D. Degree* N.A 08 – 10

*Note (For Ph.D. by thesis only):

  1. Ph.D. From Indian Universities = 8.0 Marks
  2. Ph.D. From Indian Universities = 9.0 Marks
  3. Ph.D. From Overseas Universities = 10.0 Marks

2. Experience: 05 (Maximum Marks)
The weightage for relevant experience in Teaching/Research/Extension/R.A./T.A/ S.T.A/ S.R.F. after completing Master’s degree/Post-doctoral fellowship: 0.5 mark for every six months or part thereof experience: 05 Marks (The time spent for obtaining Ph.D. degree will not be counted towards experience)

3. Academic Awards (Medals and fellowships): 08 (Maximum Marks)

  1. Gold medal/certificate for securing the first position in University (B.Sc.): 2.0 Marks
  2. Gold medal/certificate for securing the first position in University (M.Sc.): 3.0 Marks
  3. JRF (ICAR/UGC/CSIR/DBT etc): 3.00 Marks

4. Publications: 07 (Maximum Marks)

  1. Published papers in standard scientific referred journals: 1.00 per paper
  2. Best Paper/ Poster award at a National / International Symposium / Conference = 1.0 Marks.
  3. Paper presented and documented in national symposium/conference at national/ international level 0.5 mark per paper.
  4. Popular articles published in leading farm Journal/ Magazines 0.5 Mark
  5. Books published by Universities, National Institutes / Standard publishers
    • Authored book 1.25 mark
    • Edited Book 0.75 Mark
    • Chapter/Bulletin 0.50 Mark
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