Sie sind auf Seite 1von 21

ORDINANCE NO: 47

PROMOTION OF UNIVERSITY TEACHERS UNDER


CAREER ADVANCEMENT SCHEME (CAS)
(Under Section 28(2) of the Central Universities Act 2009 and Statute 12(2)(XX))
th th
(Approved by the Academic Council and the Executive Council in their meetings held on 15 June, 2015 and 16 June, 2015 respectively)

1. There shall be a Career Advancement Scheme (CAS) for promotion of teachers of the University
from:
A. Assistant Professor (Stage 1 / Entry Level) to Assistant Professor (Stage 2 / Senior Scale)
B. Assistant Professor (Stage 2 / Senior Scale) to Assistant Professor (Stage 3)
C. Assistant Professor (Stage 3) to Associate Professor (Stage 4)
D. Associate Professor (Stage 4) to Professor (Stage 5)
E. Professor (Stage 5) to Professor (Stage 6)

2. The revised scales of pay are as given in Appendix – 1.

3. Promotion of Assistant Professor (Stage 1 / Entry Level) to Assistant Professor (Stage 2 /


Senior Scale):

3.1 An Assistant Professor (Stage 1 / Entry level) will be eligible for placement in Assistant
Professor (Stage 2 / Senior Scale) provided he/she has:

a. Completed 04 (four) years of Continuous service as Assistant Professor after


regular appointment and possesses a Ph.D. degree in the concerned or an allied
/ relevant discipline.
OR
Completed 05 (five) years of Continuous service as Assistant Professor after
regular appointment and possesses an M.Phil. / L.L.M / M.Tech / MD etc. or
equivalent relevant degree.
OR
Completed 06 (six) years of Continuous service as Assistant Professor after
regular appointment if he / she do not possess an M.Phil or Ph.D. Degree or a
Master’s Degree in the relevant professional course.

b. Participated in one Orientation Programme and one Refresher Course /


Research Methodology Course of 2/3 weeks duration, or engaged in other
appropriate continuing education programmes of comparable quality as may be
specified or approved by the UGC.
c. Attained minimum API scores using PBAS scoring proforma developed by the
university (See relevant tables in the application form).

d. Completed 01 (one) year’s regular service as a member of the CUHP faculty and
has been confirmed upon successful completion of probation.

Page 1 of 21
3.2 Promotion of Assistant Professor (Stage 1 / Entry Level) to Assistant Professor (Stage 2 /
Senior Scale) will be made on the recommendations of a Screening cum Evaluation
Committee, consisting of the following:
a. The Vice-Chancellor as the Chairperson of the Selection Committee;
b. The Dean of the concerned Faculty;
c. The Head of the Department / Director of Centre.
d. One subject expert in the concerned subject nominated by the Vice-Chancellor
from the University panel of experts.

Three members of the Committee including one subject expert shall constitute the
quorum.

3.3 Promotion will be due from the date of eligibility or date of appointment in the
University whichever is later.

4. Promotion of Assistant Professor (Stage 2 / Senior Scale) to Assistant Professor (Stage 3):

4.1 An Assistant Professor (Stage 2 / Senior Scale) will be eligible for placement in Assistant
Professor (Stage 3) provided he / she has:
a. Completed 05 (five) years of service in the Assistant Professor (Stage 2 / Senior
scale).
b. Participated in one Course / Programme of 2/3 weeks duration from amongst
the categories of Refresher courses, Methodology Workshops, Training
Programmes, Teaching-Learning-Evaluation Technology Programmes, Soft
Skills Development Programmes, and Faculty Development Programmes.
c. Attained minimum API scores using PBAS scoring proforma developed by the
University (See relevant tables in the application form).
d. Completed 01 (one) year’s regular service as a member of the CUHP faculty and
has been confirmed upon successful completion of probation.

4.2 Promotion of Assistant Professor (Stage 2 / Senior Scale) to Assistant Professor (Stage 3)
will be made on the recommendations of a Screening cum Evaluation Committee,
consisting of the following:
a. The Vice-Chancellor as the Chairperson of the Selection Committee;
b. The Dean of the concerned Faculty;
c. The Head of the Department / Director of Centre.
d. One subject expert in the concerned subject nominated by the Vice-Chancellor
from the University panel of experts.
Three members of the Committee including one subject expert shall constitute the
quorum.

4.3 Promotion will be due from the date of eligibility or date of appointment in the
University whichever is later.

Page 2 of 21
5. Promotion of Assistant Professor (Stage 3) to Associate Professor (Stage 4):

5.1 An Assistant Professor (Stage 3) will be eligible for placement in Associate Professor
(Stage 4) provided he / she has:

a. Completed 03 (three) years of service in the Assistant Professor (Stage 3).


b. Attained minimum API scores using PBAS scoring proforma developed by the
University (See relevant tables in the application form).
c. Participated in one course/programme of minimum one week duration from
amongst the categories of Refresher Course, Methodology Workshops, Training
Programmes, Teaching-Learning-Evaluation Technology Programmes, Soft Skills
Development Programmes, and Faculty Development Programmes.
d. Completed 01 (one) year’s regular service as a member of the CUHP faculty and
has been confirmed upon successful completion of probation.
e. The Candidate will submit three best publications which will be got evaluated from
three outside subject experts before the interview. Each publication shall be
evaluated out of 100 marks by each outside subject expert.
f. The outcome of evaluation of the publications by the experts shall be placed before
the Selection Committee while finalizing the outcome of selection as per the
provisions stipulated in Table – II (A) of Appendix – III of UGC Regulations on
Minimum Qualifications for Appointment of Teachers and Other Academic Staff in
Universities and Colleges and Measures for the Maintenance of Standards in Higher
Education, 2010.

5.2 Promotion of Assistant Professor (Stage 3) to Associate Professor (Stage 4) will be made
on the recommendations of the Selection Committee, consisting of the following:
a. The Vice-Chancellor to be Chairperson of the Selection Committee;
b. The nominee of the Visitor;
c. Three experts in the concerned subject / field nominated by the Vice-Chancellor
out of the panel of names approved by the EC;
d. Dean of the school;
e. Head of the Department / Director of the Department / Centre.
f. An academician representing SC / ST / OBC / Minority / Women / Differently-
abled categories, if any of candidates representing these categories is the
applicant, to be nominated by the Vice-Chancellor, if any of the above members
of the Selection Committee do not belong to that category.

At least four members, including two outside subject experts, shall constitute the
quorum.

5.3 Promotion will be due from the date of eligibility or date of appointment in the University
whichever is later.

5.4 The experts for evaluation of publications shall be other than the experts of Selection
Committee.
Page 3 of 21
6. Promotion of Associate Professor (Stage 4) to Professor (Stage 5):

6.1 An Associate Professor (Stage 4) will be eligible for placement in Professor (Stage 5)
provided he / she has:

a. Completed 03 (three) years of service in Associate Professor (Stage 4).


b. A Ph.D. degree in the concerned or an allied / relevant discipline.
c. Attained minimum API scores using PBAS scoring proforma developed by the
University (See relevant tables in the application form).
d. Completed 01 (one) year’s regular service as a member of the CUHP faculty and
has been confirmed upon successful completion of probation.

e. The Candidate will submit five best publications since he / she was placed in the
Assistant Professor (Stage 3), which will be got evaluated from three outside
subject experts before the interview. Each publication shall be evaluated out of
100 marks by each outside subject expert.

f. The outcome of evaluation of the publications by the experts shall be placed


before the Selection Committee while finalizing the outcome of selection as per
the provisions stipulated in Table – II (A) of Appendix – III of UGC Regulations
on Minimum Qualifications for Appointment of Teachers and Other Academic
Staff in Universities and Colleges and Measures for the Maintenance of
Standards in Higher Education, 2010.

6.2 Promotion of Associate Professor (Stage 4) to Professor (Stage 5) will be made on the
recommendations of the Selection Committee, consisting of the following:
a. The Vice-Chancellor to be Chairperson of the Selection Committee;
b. An academician who is the nominee of the Visitor;
c. Three experts in the concerned subject / filed nominated by the Vice-Chancellor
out of the panel of names approved by the relevant statutory body of the
University concerned;
d. Dean of the faculty, wherever applicable;
e. Head / Director of the Department / Centre.
f. An academician representing SC / ST / OBC / Minority / Women / Differently-
abled categories, if any of candidates representing these categories is the
applicant, to be nominated by the Vice-Chancellor, if any of the above members
of the Selection Committee do not belong to that category.
At least four members, including two outside subject experts, shall constitute the
quorum.

NOTE: A Professor already appointed under direct recruitment will not be eligible for
consideration under the Career Advancement Scheme (CAS).

Page 4 of 21
6.3 Promotion will be due from the date of eligibility or date of appointment in the University
whichever is later.

6.4. The experts for evaluation of publications shall be other than the experts of Selection
Committee.

7. Promotion of Professor (Stage 5) to Professor (Stage 6):

7.1 An Professor (Stage 5) will be eligible for placement in Professor (Stage 6) provided he /
she has:

a. Maximum of 10 (ten) years of teaching and research experience.


b. Attained minimum API scores using PBAS scoring proforma developed by the
University (See relevant tables in the application form).
c. Has postdoctoral research of high quality / Has received awards / honours /
recognitions / patents and IPR on products and processes developed /
technology transfer achieved/Has additional research degrees like D.Sc., D.Litt.,
LID etc.
d. Completed 01 (one) year’s regular service as a member of the CUHP faculty and
has been confirmed upon successful completion of probation.

7.2 Promotion of Professor (Stage 5) to Professor (Stage 6) will be made through assessment
process through Expert-Committee evaluation. No separate interview will be conducted
for this category.

7.3 Promotion will be due from the date of eligibility or date of appointment in the
University whichever is later.

8. Screening Committee for Promotion:

There shall be a Screening Committee for screening and verification of the claims of
incumbents for promotion under Stage 3 to Stage 4 and from Stage 4 to Stage 5. The
Committee shall comprise:

a. Pro-Vice-Chancellor or a Professor nominated by the Vice-Chancellor ……. Chairman


b. Dean of the concerned School ……… Member
c. Head / Director of the concerned Department / Centre ……. Member

NOTE: In case Dean / Head / Director is a candidate for promotion under CAS, the
Vice-Chancellor shall nominate any other Professor in his / her place.

9. Counting of Past Service:

Previous service, whether national or international, as Assistant Professor, Associate Professor


or Professor, or equivalent, in a university, college, national laboratory, or any other scientific /
professional organization, e.g. CSIR, ICAR, DRDO, UGC, ICSSR, ICHR, ICMR, DBT, etc. should be

Page 5 of 21
counted for direct recruitment or promotion under CAS of a teacher in the various stages of
Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, as the case may be provided that:

a. The essential qualifications for the post held were not lower than the qualifications
prescribed by the UGC for the Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professors, as
the case may be.
b. The post is/was in an equivalent grade / scale of pay or pre-revised scale of pay as the
post of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor or professor.
c. A candidate already in service has applied through proper channel.

d. The post was filled in accordance with the prescribed selection procedure as laid down
by the UGC / State Government / Central Government / Concerned Institutions, for
such appointments.
e. The previous appointment was not as guest lecturer for any duration, or ad hoc or in a
leave vacancy of less than one year’s duration. Ad hoc or temporary service of more
than one year’s duration can be counted provided that:

i. The period of service was of more than one year duration.

ii. The incumbent was appointed on the recommendation of a duly constituted


Selection Committee.
iii. The incumbent was selected to the permanent post in continuation to the ad hoc
or temporary service, without any break.

f. No distinction should be made with reference to the nature of management of the


institution where previous service was rendered (private / local body / government)
for counting past services under this clause.

10. General Instructions:

10.1 A teacher who wishes to be considered for promotion under CAS may submit in writing
to the University with three months in advance of the due date, that he / she fulfils all
qualifications under CAS and submit to the University the Performance Based Appraisal
System proforma as evolved by the University duly supported by all credentials as per
the API guidelines set out in these Ordinance. In order to avoid delays in holding
Selection Committee meetings in various positions under CAS, the University should
immediately initiate the process of screening / selection, and shall complete the
process within six months from the date of application.

10.2 The Screening cum Evaluation Committee on verification / evaluation of API score
secured by the candidate through the ‘PBAS’ methodology designed by the university as
per the minimum requirement specified in the application form shall recommend to the
Executive Council of the University about the suitability for the promotion of the
candidate(s) under CAS for implementation.

Page 6 of 21
10.3 All the selection procedures outlined above, shall be completed on the day of the
Selection Committee meeting, wherein the minutes are recorded along with PBAS
scoring pro-forma and recommendation made on the basis of merit and duly signed by
all members of the Selection Committee in the minutes.

10.4 Candidates who do not fulfil the minimum score requirement under the API scoring
system proposed in the Ordinance or those who obtain less than 50% in the expert
assessment of the selection process will have to be re-assessed only after a minimum
period of one year. The date of promotion shall be the date on which he / she has
successfully got re-assessed.

10.5 CAS promotion being a personal promotion to the incumbent teacher holding a
substantive sanctioned post, on superannuation of the individual incumbent, the said
post shall revert back to its original cadre.

10.6 (a) If a candidate applies for promotion on completion of the minimum eligibility
period or date of confirmation, whichever is later and is successful, the date of
promotion will be from that of minimum period of eligibility or date of confirmation,
whichever is later.

(b) If, however, the candidates find that he / she fulfils the eligibility conditions at a
later date and applies on that date and is successful, his / her promotion will be
effected from the date of application fulfilling the criteria.

(c) If the candidate does not succeed in the first assessment, but succeeds in the
eventual assessment, his / her promotion will be deemed to be from the later date of
successful assessment.

10.7 Notwithstanding anything contained in this Ordinance, the period of extra ordinary
leave availed of by a teacher on personal grounds shall not qualify for placement in
Senior Scale or promotion to the next post. The treatment of different kinds of leave
shall be as under:

a. If anybody avails of Study / Sabbatical Leave for that period the average scores
basing on the performance before proceeding on such leave may be allotted.
However, if any Academic contributes to any activities listed under the categories
I, II and III, they may also gain scores for those specific activities as prescribed.

b. In case of teacher who is granted Extra Ordinary Leave to take up outside


employment, they may (i) either have the average scores of their performance
before proceeding on such leave or (ii) may be allowed to carry forward the
scores acquired during their outside employment for which the Extra Ordinary
Leave is granted.

10.8 Notwithstanding the various clauses, this Ordinance shall remain in force till such time
as the Career Advancement Scheme of the UGC remains in force and any change or
changes notified by the Commission from time to time shall automatically be treated as
having been incorporated in the Ordinance.

Page 7 of 21
11. Inter-se seniority between the direct recruited and teachers promoted under CAS:

The inter-se seniority of a direct recruit shall be determined with reference to the date of
joining and for the teachers promoted under CAS with reference to the date of eligibility as
indicated in the recommendations of the selection committee of the respective candidates. The
rules and regulations of the respective Central / State Government shall apply, for all other
matters of seniority.

Page 8 of 21
APPENDIX – I
(Please refer Clause 2 of Ordinance No. 47 for promotion of University Teachers under CAS)

SCALES OF PAY

Sl. No. DESIGNATION PAY SCALE

1. Assistant Professor (Stage 1 / Entry Level) `15600 – 39100 with AGP of `6000

2. Assistant Professor (Stage 2 / Senior Scale) `15600 – 39100 with AGP of `7000

3. Assistant Professor (Stage 3) `15600 – 39100 with AGP of `8000

4. Associate Professor (Stage 4) `37400 – 67000 with AGP of `9000

5. Professor (Stage 5) `37400 – 67000 with AGP of `10000

6. Professor (Stage 6) `37400 – 67000 with AGP of `12000

Page 9 of 21
हिमाचल प्रदे श केन्‍दरीय विश ‍व व‍व्य विशालय विश
Central University of Himachal Pradesh
पोस्ट बॉक्स नं.- 21, धर्मशाला, जिला - कांगडा, हिर्ाचल प्रदे श – 176 215
PO Box: 21, DHARAMSHALA, DISTRICT KANGRA, HIMACHAL PRADESH – 176 215

APPLICATION FORM FOR PROMOTION OF UNIVERSITY TEACHERS UNDER


CAREER ADVANCEMENT SCHEME

From the Post of ………………………………………………. to the Post of ………………………………………………

Date of eligibility for promotion under CAS: ………………………………….


Attach here your
Date of confirmation of the present post: ……………………………………… latest photograph

Assessment Period: …………………………………..………………..…………………

Current Basic Pay: …………………… Pay Band: ………..……… Grade Pay: ……………………….

Effective date of present Pay Band and Grade Pay: ………………………………..….

Department / Centre: ......................................................................................................

School: ..................................................................................................................................

A - PERSONAL DETAILS
FILL IN CAPITAL LETTERS
English
Name:
Hindi
Day Month Year Age as on date Year Month
Date of Birth:

English
Father’s Name
Hindi
English
Mother’s Name
Hindi

Religion:

Nationality : Gender Category Marital Status


(Tick, whichever is applicable) (Tick, whichever is applicable) (Tick, whichever is applicable)
Male SC ST Single

Female OBC General Married

Page 10 of 21
EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
%age of
Name of the
Marks Maximum marks /
Board / Year Division Subjects studied
Obtained marks CGPA with
University
%age marks
Matriculation (10th)

Higher Secondary /
Intermediate(10+2)

Bachelor’s degree
……………………
( Name of degree)

Master's degree
…………………
( Name of degree)

M.Phil. in

................................. Title:

Title :
Ph.D.
..................................

Any other

CURRENT POSITION
Nature of Appointment
Employer Date of Joining
Designation (Ad hoc / Temporary /
(Name of the Organisation) (Date / Month / Year)
Permanent / Contractual)

Increment
Basic Pay p.m. Pay Band GP / AGP Gross Salary p.m.
Date (Date / Month)

Page 11 of 21
PAST WORK EXPERIENCE (Start from first regular appointment to present positions)

Experience
Pay Gross Employer (Name Total
Post held Basic Nature of
Scale / Salary & address of the
Pay p.m. Experience assignment
Band p.m. Organisation) From To
in Years /
Months

Teaching
 Total Teaching Experience in Teaching Experience Teaching Experience
Experience of PG
years on date of UG classes of UG and PG classes
classes

B - ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE INDICATORS (APIs) SCORE CLAIMED IN


CAREER ADVANCEMENT SCHEME (CAS) PROMOTIONS
CATEGORY I: TEACHING, LEARNING AND EVALUATION RELATED ACTIVITIES

Unit of Score Score


Category Nature of activity Notes
Assessment Claimed Verified
TEACHING, LEARNING
Category I AND
EVALUATION RELATED
ACTIVITIES
Classroom teaching
(including lectures, As per Hours per
1A (i)
seminar) Allocation academic year

Classroom teaching
(including lectures, As per Hours per
1 A (ii)
contact classes, seminar) Allocation academic year
in excess of UGC norms
Page 12 of 21
Same as actual
Classroom teaching
teaching hours
(including lectures, Hours per
1A(iii) as per
seminar) preparation academic year
time attendance
register
Actual as per
Hours per
1B Tutorials & Practical’s attendance
academic year
register
Outside Classroom Max. 0.5 of Hours per
1C
Interaction with Students hours in 1A academic year
SCORE=Total
Hours Claimed
from 1A to 1C
SUB-TOTAL 1
divided by 10
(maximum
score 100)
Max. 1 hour per
Research Supervision Hours per
2 student per
including Master’s Thesis academic year
working week
SCORE= Total
Hours Claimed
from 2 divided
SUB-TOTAL 2
by 10
(maximum
score 30)
Question Paper Setting,
Hours per
3A Moderation & Related Actual Hours
academic year
Work
Invigilation / Supervision
Hours per
3B and Related Examination Actual Hours
academic year
Duties
Evaluation / Assessment
of Answer Scripts and
Maximum 20
Assignments Related to Hours per
3C minutes per full
Internal Assessment, academic year
script
External Assessment and
Re-evaluation

SCORE= Total
Hours Claimed
from 3A to 3C
SUB-TOTAL 3
divided by 10
(maximum
score 20)

Teaching innovation
Evidence to be
including preparation of
provided. Outstanding 10,
innovative course, use of
Scores to be Very Good 7,
4A innovative methodologies
finalized by the Good 5, Average
for teaching including
screening 3, Modest 1
bilingual / multilingual
committee.
teaching

Page 13 of 21
Preparation of new
Evidence to be
teaching-learning
provided. Outstanding 10,
material including
Scores to be Very Good 7,
4B translation, bridge
finalized by the Good 5, Average
material, study pack or
screening 3, Modest 1
similar additional
committee.
resource for students
Use of anonymous
Pro forma and 2 points per
students’ feedback on the
summary course
4C quality of classroom
feedback to be (maximum 10
teaching and students’
attached points)
interaction
SCORE=
SUB-TOTAL 4
Aggregate of
4A + 4B + 4C

Minimum score required for promotion under Category I (1-4) is 100.

Important Note: Each claim made should be substantiated by documentary evidence.

CATEGORY II: CO-CURRICULAR, EXTENSION AND PROFESSIONAL


DEVELOPMENT RELATED ACTIVITIES
Unit of Score Score
Category Nature of activity Notes
Assessment Claimed Verified
CO-CURRICULAR,
EXTENSION AND
Category II
PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
RELATED ACTIVITIES
Discipline related co- Outstanding
Evidence to be
curricular activities (e.g. 10, Very Good
provided. Scores to be
5A field work, study visit, 7, Good 5,
finalized by the
student seminar, events, Average 3,
screening committee.
career counselling etc.) Modest 1
Outstanding
Evidence to be
Other co-curricular 10, Very Good
provided. Scores to be
5B activities (cultural, 7, Good 5,
finalized by the
sports, NSS, NCC, etc.) Average 3,
screening committee.
Modest 1
Extension and
Outstanding
Dissemination Activities Evidence to be
10, Very Good
(public lectures, talks, provided. Scores to be
5C 7, Good 5,
seminars, popular finalized by the
Average 3,
writings not covered screening committee.
Modest 1
under Category III)

SCORE= Aggregate of
SUB-TOTAL 5=30
5A+5B+ 5C

Page 14 of 21
Administrative
responsibilities
(including Dean,
Principal, Chairperson,
Hours per
6A Convener, Teacher-in- Actual Hours Spent
academic year
Charge or similar duties
that require regular
office hours for its
discharge)
Participation in Board of
Studies, Academic and Hours per
6B Actual Hours Spent
Administrative academic year
Committees
SCORE= Total Hours
Claimed from 6A to
SUB-TOTAL 6
6B divided by 10
(maximum score 30)
Overall contribution to
Outstanding
the collective / Evidence to be
10, Very Good
corporate life of the provided. Scores to be
7 7, Good 5,
institution (including 5, finalized by the
Average 3,
6 and any other screening committee.
Modest 1
contribution)
SUB-TOTAL 7

Minimum score required for Category II (5-7) is 20.

Important Note:

1. Total maximum score from category I and II is 250


2. Minimum required score from category I and II is 150
3. Minimum score required for Category I (1-4) is 100.
4. Minimum score required for Category II (5-7) is 20.
5. Remaining score, i.e. 30 can be claimed either from Category I (1-4) or Category II (5-7).
6. Each claim made should be substantiated by documentary evidence.

CATEGORY III: RESEARCH AND ACADEMIC CONTRIBUTION


Research Papers Published in Journals and Conference Proceedings
Faculty of Languages / Maximum
Engineering /
Arts / Humanities / Points for
Agriculture /
Social Sciences / University & Score Score
Sr. No APIs Veterinary Science
Library / Physical College Claimed Verified
/ Sciences / Medical
Education / Teacher
Sciences
Management Position
15 /
Research Refereed Journals* Refereed Journals*
publication
III A Papers
Non-Refereed but Non-Refereed but 10 /
published in:
recognized and recognized and publication

Page 15 of 21
reputable journals reputable journals and
and periodicals periodicals having ISBN
having ISBN / ISSN / ISSN numbers
numbers
Conference
Conference proceedings
proceedings as full
as full papers, etc. 10 /
papers, etc.
(abstracts not to be publication
(abstracts not to be
included)
included)
Text or reference
Text or reference books
books published by 50 / sole
published by
international author, 10 /
international publishers
publishers with an chapter in an
with an established peer
established peer edited book
review system
review system
Subject books by
Subject books by
national level
national level 25 / sole
publishers / state
publishers / state and author, 5 /
and central
central government chapter in an
government
publications with ISBN edited book
publications with
/ ISSN numbers
Research ISBN / ISSN numbers
Publications Subject books by 15 / sole
Subject books by other
(books, other local author, 3 /
local publishers with
chapters in publishers with ISBN chapter in an
ISBN / ISSN numbers
III B books, other / ISSN numbers edited book
than Chapters contributed
refereed to edited knowledge Chapters contributed to
journal based volumes edited knowledge based
articles 10/ chapter
published by volumes published by
international international publishers
publishers
Chapters in
knowledge based
Chapters in knowledge
volumes by Indian /
based volumes by
national level
Indian / national level
publishers with ISBN
publishers with ISBN / 5/ chapter
/ ISSN numbers and
ISSN numbers and with
with numbers of
numbers of national and
national and
international directories
international
directories
III C RESEARCH PROJECTS
a) Major projects
Major projects (amount
(amount mobilized 20 / each
mobilized with grants
with grants above project
Sponsored above 5.0 lakhs)
30.0 lakhs)
projects
III C (i) b) Major projects
carried out / Major projects (amount
(amount mobilized
ongoing mobilized with grants 15 / each
with grants above 5.0
above 3.0 lakhs up to project
lakhs up to 30.0
5.0 lakhs)
lakhs)

Page 16 of 21
c) Minor projects
Minor projects (amount
(amount mobilized
mobilized with grants 10 / each
with grants above 50,
above 25, 000 Rs up to project
000 Rs up to 5.0
3.0 lakhs)
lakhs)
Consultancy 10 / every 10
Amount mobilized
III C Projects Amount mobilized with lakhs and 2
with minimum of Rs
(ii) carried out / minimum of Rs 2 lakhs lakhs
10 lakhs
ongoing respectively
Completed 20 / each
Completed project Completed project
III C Projects: major project
report (acceptance report (acceptance from
(iii) Quality and 10 / each
from funding agency) funding agency)
Evaluation minor project
30 / each
national level
output or
Projects Patent / Technology Major Policy document
III C patent, 50 /
Outcome / Transfer / Product / of Govt. Bodies at
(iv) each for
Outputs Process Central & State level
international
level

III D RESEARCH GUIDANCE


3 / each
III D
MPhil Degree Awarded only Degree Awarded only candidate
(i)
10 / each
Degree Awarded Degree Awarded candidate
III D
PhD
(ii) 7 / each
Thesis Submitted Thesis Submitted candidate

III E TRAINING COURSES AND CONFERENCE / SEMINAR / WORKSHOP PAPERS


Refresher Courses,
Methodology
a) Not less than
Workshops, Training, a) Not less than two
Teaching-Learning- two weeks 20 / each
weeks duration
Evaluation duration
Technology
III E (i)
Programs, Soft Skills
Development
Programs, Faculty b) one week b) one week
Development 10 / each
duration duration
Programs (Max. 30
points)
Participation and Participation and
presentation of presentation of
Papers in research papers research papers
III E Conferences / (oral / poster) in (oral / poster) in
(ii) Seminars /
a) International a) International
Workshops etc. ** 10 / each
Conference Conference
b) National b) National 7.5 / each

Page 17 of 21
c) Regional / c) Regional / State
5 / each
State Level Level
d) Local-
d) Local- University
University / 3 / each
/ College Level
College Level
Invited lectures or
a) International a) International 10 / each
III E presentations for
(iii) conferences /
b) National b) National 5 / each
symposia

Important Note (A):

* Wherever relevant to any specific discipline, the API score for paper in refereed journal would be
augmented as follows: i) indexed journals- by 5 points, ii) papers with impact factor between 1 and 2 by
10 points, iii) papers with impact factor between 2 and 5 by 15 points, iv) papers with impact factor
between 5 and 10 by 25 points, v) In case of API for joint publications, the total score for the relevant
category of publication by the concerned teacher, the first / principal author and the corresponding
author / supervisor / mentor of the teacher would share equally 60 per cent of the total points and the
remaining 40 per cent would be shared equally by all authors.

** If a paper presented in Conference / Seminar is published in the form of proceedings, the points would
accrue for the publication under III A and not for presentation under III E (ii).

Important Note (B):

1. Applicant has to provide documentary evidence that a journal in which he/she has published is refereed
/ indexed and has impact factor (whichever is applicable).
2. Each claim made should be substantiated by documentary evidence.

TOTAL API SCORE CLAIMED BY THE APPLICANT

CATEGORY I CATEGORY II CATEGORY III TOTAL

MINIMUM API REQUIRED FOR THE PROMOTION OF TEACHERS UNDER CAS IN


UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENTS
Associate
AP: Stage 3 to
AP / AP / Professor
Associate Professor Stage 5
equivalent equivalent Stage 4 to
Particulars Professor / to Professor
cadres: Stage cadres : Stage Professor
equivalent Stage 6
1 to Stage 2 2 to Stage 3 /equivalent
cadres (Stage 4)
Stage 5
I. Teaching-learning
Evaluation related 100 / year 100 / year 100 / year 100 / year 100 / year
activities C-I

Page 18 of 21
II. Co-curricular,
Extension and
20 / year 20 / year 20 / year 20 / year 20 / year
Profession related
activities
III. Minimum total
average annual
150 / year 150 / year 150 / year 150 / year 150 / year
score under
Categories I and II*
10 / year 20 / year 30 / year 40 / year 50 / year
IV. Research and
or or or or Or
Academic
40/assessment 100/assessment 90/assessment 120/assessment 500/assessment
Contribution
period period period period period

Important Note:

1. Total minimum score required for Category I & II is 150.


2. Minimum score required for promotion under Category I is 100.
3. Minimum score required for Category II is 20.
4. Remaining score, i.e. 30 can be claimed either from Category I or Category II.
5. Each claim made should be substantiated by documentary evidence.

MEMBERSHIP OF ACADEMIC BODIES (AC, EC, BOS, ETC) OF UNIVERSITIES DURING


ASSESSMENT PERIOD

DETAILS OF FOREIGN VISITS DURING ASSESSMENT PERIOD


: Duration
Countries visited Purpose of visit Period
From To Total

MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES, SOCIETIES, ETC. DURING ASSESSMENT PERIOD

Page 19 of 21
AWARDS / HONOURS / ANY OTHER ACADEMIC DISTINCTION DURING ASSESSMENT PERIOD

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE DURING ASSESSMENT PERIOD (IN YEARS)

Positions Experience Positions Experience

Registrar / Finance Officer Provost / Chief Warden

Dean of the Faculty / School / Students


Chief Proctor
Welfare

Head of Department Proctor/Warden

Director of Centres Others

ENDORSEMENT BY THE HEAD AND DEAN

Forwarded to the Registrar, Central University of Himachal Pradesh, Dharamshala, District - Kangra,
Himachal Pradesh, India - 176 215

The applicant Dr./Mr./Mrs/Ms._____________________________________________, who has submitted this

application for the post of _________________________________________through CAS has been working in the

Department of ______________________________, School of __________________________in the Central

University of Himachal Pradesh in permanent capacity with effect from ________________ in the Scale of Pay / Pay

Band of `____________________________. He / She is drawing a basic pay of ` ___________________ with AGP

`______________.

(Signature of the Head of the Department) (Signature of the Dean of the School)

SEAL SEAL

Name: _____________________________________ Name: __________________________________________

Designation: ________________________________ Designation: _____________________________________

Place: _____________________________________ Place: ___________________________________________


Date: _____________________________________ Date: ____________________________________________

Page 20 of 21
DECLARATION

I, ___________________________________________ son / daughter of _________________________________


hereby declare that all the entries made by me in this application are true and correct to the best of my knowledge. If
anything is found false or incorrect at any stage, my candidature / appointment may be cancelled by the university
without assigning any reason thereof.

Signature of the applicant: __________________________________

Name in Capital letters: __________________________________


Date: _________________
Place: _________________
(Unsigned application is liable to rejection)

Sl. No. LIST OF ENCLOSURES

1. Documentary evidence in support of score claimed under category I

2. Documentary evidence in support of score claimed under category II

3. Documentary evidence in support of research publications including papers in journals, chapters in


books, research projects, research guidance, training courses and seminars, conferences, seminars,
workshops, invited lectures and presentations in conferences, symposia at national or/and
international level.

4. Publications to be evaluated by outside experts [03 (three) in case of promotion from Stage 3 to Stage 4
and 05 (five) in case of promotion from Stage 4 to Stage 5]

5.

6.

7.

8.

Page 21 of 21