Quality Standards 2.2 Graduate achievement

Quality Standards 2.2  Graduate achievement

Quality Standards 2.2                   Graduate achievement

Quality Standards Type                Outcome

Description

          Graduates must utilize their knowledge to make benefits in their career, their performance, their self-development, and their organization development.

          Curriculum management performance that showed the quality of graduate achievement will be based on getting a job or occupation within 1 year (bachelor’s degree) or academic works of graduates from graduate education level that has been published.

          Assessment criteria for graduate achievement will be considered as followed:

      1.Bachelor degree program: Quality standard 2.2.1 Percentage of Bachelor graduates who are employed or self-employed within one year.

     2.Graduate degree program: Quality standard 2.2.2 Research output of Mater students and Graduates that are published or disseminated.

 

          Quality Standard 2.2.1 Percentage of Bachelor Graduates who are Employed or Self-Employed within One Year

            Quality Standards Description

            Bachelor degree graduates who complete regular, special, and part-time programs in their fields of study and are employed or self-employed with a regular income within 1 year of the graduation date compared to total number of graduates for that academic year. To calculate employment, count those graduates who are doing all types of honest work and earning a regular income for their livelihoods. To calculate the percentage of graduates from special or part-time programs, count only the graduates who changed jobs after graduation.

          Assessment Criteria

          Convert the percentage of Bachelor graduates who are employed or self-employed within 1 year to a score of between 0 – 5; a full score is defined as 5 = 100%.

          Formula for Calculations

1. Calculate the percentage of Bachelor graduates who are employed or self-employed within 1 year according to the following formula:

          = (Number of Bachelor Graduates who are Employed or Self-Employed within 1 Year / Total Number of Graduate Survey Respondents) x 100

          When calculating this percentage, exclude graduates who continued their studies, were drafted into the military, were ordained as monks, and those who were already employed and didn’t change jobs.

2. Convert the percentage calculated in item 1 to a comparable score on a 5-point scale: Score = (Percentage of Bachelor Graduates who are Employed or Self-Employed within 1 Year / 100) x 5

          Note:

1. The number of graduates who respond to this survey must not be less than 70% of the total number of graduates.                                         

2.Graduates who are continuing their education in higher education level or other majors, drafted, ordained as a monk, and ones worked before graduation but change jobs later will not be included.                 

3.In case of new curriculum, this indicator will not be assessed due to no graduates. For improved curriculum, if it still has students, assessment will use the results of producing graduates from previous curriculum.

 

          Quality Standard 2.2.2 Research Output of Master Students and Graduates that are Published or Disseminated

            Quality Standard Description

          Graduate program study must consist of discovery, systematic thinking, and research that

searches for credible answers. Graduates must codify their knowledge in order to create output that shows their ability to systematically use knowledge and disseminate it in beneficial ways to the public. This indicator assesses the quality of the research output of Masters Degree program graduates.

          Assessment Criteria

          Convert the percentage of the weighted sum of publications to graduates into a score of

between 0 – 5; define score 5 = 40% or higher.

          Formula for Calculations

1.Calculate the percentage of the weighted sum of graduates’ publications to number of graduates according to the following formula:

= (Weighted Sum of Publications of Masters Program Students and Graduates / Total Number of Masters Program Graduates) x 100

2.Convert the percentage calculated in item 1 to a comparable score on a 5-point scale:

Score = Percentage of Weighted Sum of Publications per Graduatex 5

                                                                   40

Quality Levels of Academic Output

Weight Quality Level
0.10 – A full article published in any forms
0.20 – A full article published in the proceedings of a national academic conference
0.40 A full article published in the proceedings of an international conference, or a national-level academic journal that is not listed in the database in the Civil Service Commission on Institutions of Higher Education Announcement, or the OHEC Regulations Regarding Criteria to Appraise Journals that Disseminate Academic Output of 2013, but was submitted to the institutional council for approval and announced to the public. The Civil Service Commission on Institutions of Higher Education /the CHE (Commission on Higher Education ) were informed within 30 days of this announcement
– Output that was registered as a petty patent
0.60 – An article published in an academic journal listed in Group 2 of the TCI database
0.80 An article published in an international academic journal which is not listed in the database in the Civil Service Commission on Institutions of Higher Education Announcement, or the OHEC Regulations Regarding Criteria to Appraise Journals that Disseminate Academic Output of 2013, but was submitted to the institutional council for approval and announced to the public. The Civil Service Commission on Institutions of Higher Education the CHE (Commission on Higher Education) were infirmed within 30 days of this announce men t (not on Beall’s list), or was published in an academic journal listed in Group 1 of the TCI database.
1.00 – An article published in an international academic journal that is listed in an international database in the Civil Service Commission on Institutions of Higher Education Announcement, or the OHEC Regulations Regarding Criteria to Appraise Journals that Disseminate Academic Output of 2013.
– Output that was registered as a patent

        When submitting an article to be considered for presentation at an academic conference, the full paper must be submitted. When a paper is accepted and published, the full paper must be published in a hard copy or electronic form

          Notes
1.Publications and works of students and graduates will be counted from the date of publication in national or international journals. Not counting from the date of acceptance.

2. Published articles must be in document or electronics full paper format.
3. Research outputs of students and graduates published in the assessment year are all counted.

4. Research output with the joint names of students and instructors that is counted for this indicator may also be counted in the indicator for instructors’ academic output.
5. If a program has no graduates, then this indicator is not considered.

6. Published articles can be weighted according to the quality of academic works as indicated in the above table.

Operational Result

Quality Standard 2.2.1 Percentage of Bachelor Graduates who are Employed or Self-Employed within One Year

2.2.1 Percentage of Bachelor Graduates who are Employed or Self-Employed within One Year

                  Graduates employment (Bachelor Degree)%100% =5 Marks

The indicator states that included are the bachelor degree graduates who completed the regular programs of study and are employed or self-employed with a regular income within 1 year of the date compared to the total number of graduates for that academic year.

The calculation below shows that all of the BEd- English  graduates who responded to the survey of the year 2020 were employed or self-employed.

Basic Information

Number

Evidence

Total Number of Graduates

                     14

Employers Satisfaction Survey Form

Number of Graduates who completed survey forms

14

Number of Graduates who secured jobs

12

Number of Graduates who are self-employed

2

Number of Graduates employed before beginning their studies

 

Number of Graduates continuing their studies (higher level)

 

Number of Graduates Ordained (monks)

 

Number of Graduates drafted into military service

 
   

 Calculation:

  1. Number of Bachelor Graduates who are employed or self-employed within 1 year*100

Total number of Graduate Survey Respondents

                        14x100/ 14= 100%

  1. Percentage of Bachelor Graduates who are employed or self-employed within 1 year*5/100                 

                        = ( 100*5)/100= 5

Total number of graduates who responded is 14 out of 14  or   100% percent.

1. Calculate the percentage of Bachelor graduates who are employed or self-employed within 1 year according to the following formula:

          = (Number of Bachelor Graduates who are Employed or Self-Employed within 1 Year / Total Number of Graduate Survey Respondents) x 100

2. Convert the percentage calculated in item 1 to a comparable score on a 5-point scale: Score = (Percentage of Bachelor Graduates who are Employed or Self-Employed within 1 Year / 100) x 5

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

  1. percentage of Bachelor graduates =  100%
  2. Score =5 
Self-AssessmentScore
2.2.15

Quality Standard 2.2.2 Research Output of Master Students and Graduates that are Published or Disseminated

………Calculation…….

1.Calculate the percentage of the weighted sum of graduates’ publications to number of graduates according to the following formula:

= (Weighted Sum of Publications of Masters Program Students and Graduates / Total Number of Masters Program Graduates) x 100

2.Convert the percentage calculated in item 1 to a comparable score on a 5-point scale:

Score = (Percentage of Weighted Sum of Publications per Graduate x 5)/40

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

N/A

Self-AssessmentScore
2.2.2N/A

Evidence

2.2.1 Graduate Tracing Records
Self-AssessmentScore
2.2.15
2.2.2N/A
Overall Average Score 2.25

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