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Research Article | Open Access
Volume 14 2022 | None
Relationship between length of service of faculty member and research output
Kallol Das Talukdar, Prof. M. K. Sinha
Pages: 3176-3186
Abstract
The relationship between the length of service of a faculty member and their research output can vary. Generally, faculty with more years of service might have accumulated more experience and resources, potentially leading to increased research productivity. However, other factors such as personal motivation, funding availability, and changes in research interests also play a significant role in determining research output. The background of the study, including the specific field and research focus, can influence this relationship as well. Keep in mind that individual variations exist and not all faculty members follow the same trajectory in terms of research productivity over their years of service. Faculty members at universities often have three primary responsibilities: instructing students, doing research, and managing the institution. Professors should ideally have considerable leeway in deciding how to divide their time among the three responsibilities, but the reality is different.
Keywords
The relationship between the length of service of a faculty member and their research output can vary.
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