GENERAL GUIDELINES

 

1. The research and extension project should be in line with the approved Science and Technology Agenda and RDE.

2. The proponents should observe all the terms and conditions stipulated in the RDE Manual and MOA/MOU.

3. Research and Extension proposals should be submitted during the Call for Proposals at the beginning of the first semester. Proposals submitted beyond the deadline set by the Research Council (RECO) shall be considered for deliberation in the succeeding year.

4. A proponent is allowed only one research/extension program at a time. Engaging in more than one R & E project is allowed depending on the need.

5. Research and extension output should be presented in the AIHR or reviewed by the RECO before submitting it in national/international conference.

6. Research and extension output submitted for publication in scientific journal should seek recommendation by the RECO.

7. A MOA is required for faculty-researcher who opts the deloading scheme. However, if he/she fails to produce published R&D output will pay back the Institution.

8. Overload is granted to a faculty-researcher after the publication of research and extension output.

 

QUALIFICATIONS OF R & E PROPONENTS

 

1. The principal proponent of individual and group research project should be a permanent full-time faculty and staff.

2. A probationary full-time faculty may be accepted as co-proponent, however, the duration of the research should be in consonance with his contract.

3. Co-authorship from other institutions is allowed provided that Terms of Reference (TOR) is clearly stipulated.

4. No outstanding liability with any funding agency.

5. Capable of implementing research and extension undertakings and in working with others.

6. Observe ethics in the conduct of research and extension.