Safar 1441
15 October 2019

Performance measurement indicators

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Performance Indicators of Vice-rectorship for Postgraduate Studies & Scientific Research 1. The proportion of book titles in library to number of students. 2. The proportion of subscription to online resources to the number available programs. 3. The proportion of subscription to periodicals to the number of available programs. 4. The evaluation of students to the library services. 5. The rate of refereed published works in the field of science and technology. 6. The number of published papers in refereed scientific journals last year for every full time faculty member or its equivalence. 7. The rate of faculty members (full time) who have at least one refereed paper last year. 8. The number worksheets or reports presented at conferences throughout the last year for every full time faculty member or its equivalence. 9. The percentage of faculty members who are holder of attested PhD degree. 10. The percentage of faculty members whom services were ended last year as they reached the age of retirement. 11. The percentage of faculty members who participated in career development activities last year. 12. The rate of faculty members in scientific technological specializations. 13. The level of cooperation among universities. 14. The rate of patents. 15. Patents in strategic fields. 16. The rate of published strategic papers. 17. The number of centers for excellence in research. 18. The number of joint research projects. 19. The rate researchers in science and technology fields. 20 . The proportion of postgraduate and post-doctoral students to the total of whole students. 21. The proportion of outside sources of income for research last year to the number of full time faculty members. 22. The percentage of postgraduate students who completed the program within the stipulated time. 23. The rate of strategic researchers. 24. The rate of researchers who are involved in research work in universities. 25. The rate of quotations. 26. The overall rate of spending on research in fields of science and technology. 27. The overall rate of spending on research. Performance Indicators of Vice-rectorship of Academic Affairs 1. The rate of enrollment (total – neat- new candidates) 2. The rate of enrollment at science and technology programs 3. The total rate of students to faculty members 4. The rate of students’ number to faculty members according to majors 5. The rate of contracted faculty members 6. The rate of accredited programs 7. The students’ general performance to the curriculum quality 8. The evaluation of students for the professional and academic advisory 9. The evaluation of students for the quality of learning experience at the university 10. The percentage of curriculum where students are evaluated throughout the year 11. The percentage of students who enrolled in the program and have completed the first year successfully. 12. The percentage of students who enrolled in bachelor programs and have completed the minimum period of study 13. The percentage of bachelor graduates who will graduate within 6 months ( a. recruitment b. enrolled in postgraduate studies d. other) 14. The percentage of programs which are independently endorsed with criteria for the achievement of students via people from within the institution. 15. The percentage of programs which are independently endorsed with criteria for the achievement of students via people from outside the institution. 16. The rate of students who are multilingual. 17. The rate Saudi technicians 18 The rate of faculty members who have been trained with the up-to-date pedagogical skills that enhance learning and teaching. 19. The rate of programs that employ the outcome assessment tests 20. The availability of advising services provided to students. 21. The diversity of methods for evaluating the performance of faculty members and staff 22. The percentage of engaging faculty members and students in making decision. 23. The increasing percentage of accepted students in all fields. 24. The satisfaction of market about the graduates’ skills 25. The satisfaction of students about the services provided to them at the university 26. The satisfaction of students about the methods of learning, teaching and evaluation 27. The rate of spending on education 28. The percentage of operational budget (excluding students and accommodation allowance) intended for providing services to students. 29. The overall operational outgoings for every student (excluding students and accommodation allowance) 30. The percentage of administrative and organizational units that apply the tools and systems of quality management. Performance Indicators of Vice-rectorship 1. The university performance level based on specified objectives. 2. Satisfaction about the employee performance 3. Satisfaction about the administrative performance 4. satisfaction of administrative and faculty members about the administrative systems. 5. The number of training hours for every employee 6. The perspective of beneficiaries towards the administrative services provided to them. 7. The overall rate suitability of facilities to faculty members 8. The extent to which the quality of buildings and facilities are met 9. adequacy of infrastructure 10. The number of cultural activities or social services organized or hosted by the university 11. The percentage of using smart operating in buildings and academic units. 12. The number of computers available for every student. 13. The rate of the participation of local institutions in the activities organized by the university 14. The percentage of the availability of devices and technical equipment. 15. The proportion of students to administrative staff 16. The perspective of beneficiaries about the suitability of place, building, infrastructure and technology at the university. 17. The number of visitors to the Arabic content of the university e-portal (rate of local visits – rate of international visits). 18. The rate of the availability of information on the website 19- The rate of administrative process conducted electronically 20. Demonstrating the frequency range of every internet user 21. The rate of colleges linked to high speed network 22. The rate of high speed internet subscribers 23. The cost of using high speed internet in a percentage figure in comparison with the average income of individuals working at higher education institutions . 24. The compatibility among information technology in colleges 25. The level of satisfaction for faculty members and students about e-services. 26. The proportion of the annual spending on information technology to number of students. 27. The number of beneficiaries from developmental profession provided by the university. 28. The proportion of social educational program to the number of departments 29. The number of partnership programs with social and local institutions. 30. The rate of employees who are holders of degree above high school. 31. The percentage of faculty members and staff who offered social activities to the society. 32. The level of satisfaction about the developmental profession programs and social services provided by the university. 33. The number of e-programs provided by the university to staff 34. The number of training programs executed by the university to faculty members and staff in the field of renewable knowledge. 35.The proportion of the number of administrative departments that have an integrated administrative organization to the total number of departments. 36. The percentage of beneficiaries’ satisfaction about the non-administrative services at the university 37. The Level of job satisfaction by faculty members