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Assistant Professor








Doctoral Degree or equivalent/Consultant license holder for Clinical Faculty

Department Chair

Reporting to

Minimum of 1 year of teaching experience after the doctoral or equivalent degree is preferred


• Applicable for clinical faculty as Consultant Evaluation


• Organization and environment awareness.
• In-depth knowledge of area of discipline



• Excellent teaching and presentations skills
• Plan and implement academic activities
• Excellent communication skills
• Ability to conduct scientific research
• Develop teaching aids, conduct evaluation, develop course files.
• Ability to create compose and edit written materials


The Assistant Professor fits into one of the three tracks as mentioned below:

  • The Educator / Researcher Track (with more 60% of his/her time on teaching).

  • The Researcher / Educator Track (with more 60% of his/her time on research).

  • The Clinical / Educator Track (with more 70% of his/her time on clinical services).


  • To be engaged in the education of undergraduate, graduate and professional students, as appropriate to the department.

  • To conduct each course they have been assigned to teach in general conformity with the content, format, and official description

  • To contribute toward the development of rubrics for assessments (formative and summative) of students

  • To provide students with formative evaluation feedback.

  • To develop in students the free pursuit of learning.

  • To strive to obtain and transfer the best scholarly standards of the discipline.

  • To demonstrate respect for students as individuals and their privacy in academic matters.

  • To adhere to the proper role of intellectual guide and advisor.

  • To make every reasonable effort to foster honest academic conduct and assure that the evaluation of students reflects their true merit.

  • To notify as promptly as possible the Head of the Dept. whenever emergencies such as illness or accident prevent meeting a scheduled class.

  • To commit to discharging the clinical site responsibilities primarily on the campus of the University and, when necessary, at other sites as appropriate to the mission of the College.

  • To be responsible for the preparation of the syllabus files for respective courses taught.

  • Prepare teaching aids, instruction materials for conducting laboratory practical and clinical sessions.

  • Provide instructions for practical and non-lecture based activities.

  • Record attendance.

  • Prepare and present lectures or laboratory assignments.

  • Review course content and ensure it is current by regular updation.

  • Write and administer tests and exams (grading, posting and filling).

  • Prepare and upload questions for examinations.

  • Maintain office hours for student advice and curriculum development planning.

  • Provide academic advising.

  • Coordinate all learning activities.

  • Plan for laboratory equipment maintenance and procurement.

  • Plan, schedule and evaluate assignment and research activities of students.

  • Invigilate exams.

  • Instruct and evaluate students during professional training programs.

  • Plan and conduct experiential training. 


  • Participate in academic and scholarly research activities

  • Publications in recognized journals, books, or citations of his/her work. 


  • Effective participation in the Committees at college and university levels.

  • Contribute to faculty development activities and continuous education programs.

  • Service to community through short courses, workshops, seminars, etc.

  • Establishment of cooperation with the industry and other institutions

Secondary Responsibilities

  • Maintain professional conduct

  • Ensure adequate focus on personal professional growth relevant to taking on more challenging assignments.

  • Participates in the performance evaluation system.

  • Perform other duties as and when assigned based on the requirement.

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