Philosophy of Education

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The point allocation for each academic subrank and the salary grade thereof shall be as follow: FACULTY RANK| SUBRANK| SALARY GRADE| POINT BRACKET|
Instructor | I| 12| 65 and below|
| II| 13| 66-76|
| III| 14| 77-87|
| | | |
Ass. Professor| I| 15| 88-96|
| II| 16| 97-105|
| III| 17| 106-114|
| IV| 18| 115-123|
| | | |
Asso. Professor| I| 19| 124-130|
| II| 20| 131-137|
| III| 21| 138-144|
| IV| 22| 145-151|
| V| 23| 152-158|
| | | |
Professor| I| 24| 159-164|
| II| 25| 165-170|
| III| 26| 171-176|
| IV| 27| 177-182|
| V| 28| 183-188|
| VI| 29| 189-194|
College/University Professor| | 30| 195-200|

Appointment of Full-Time Faculty
Full-time faculty members must be Master’s Degree holders. They are obliged to submit a permission to teach from their mother agency or school.

A contact of service is issued to a full-time faculty. It does not give rise to employer-employee relationship between the University and the full-time faculty. It is stipulated in the contract that services rendered cannot be accredited as government service. Furthermore, the faculty is not entitled to benefits enjoyed by government employee.

Full-time Faculty
These are the faculty members employed to teach on a term basis (summer or semester). They receive remuneration on an hourly rate. Visiting Professor
Visiting Professor are those invited by the university from other institution to render services in the form of instruction, research, extension service, and the like for the duration of a program. Foreign professors who are invited to speak in a forum, symposium, or a lecture series fall under this category Professor Eremitus

This refers to a retired faculty member or administrator who holds the rank of a least Full Professor at the University upon his/her retirement and is given the title in a recognition of exceptional competence in...
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