TEACHERS PERCEPTION ABOUT PROCESS OF TEACHER EVALUATION: A CASE STUDY OF A PRIVATE UNIVERSITY OF LAHORE
The major premise of this research was to get the perception of university teachers about the process of teacher evaluation in one private university in Lahore. Focusing on the actual practices of teacher evaluation process (TEP), this paper attempts to get opinion of university teachers regarding the effectiveness of TEP. This research was quantitative in its nature in which a survey questionnaire was used to collect data. The population of the study included all the faculty members (both male and female) of the private sector university in Lahore. 150 faculty members were selected through simple random sampling from all faculties/departments of the sampled university. The data was analyzed on SPSS 21. Results were drawn from the interpretation of quantitative data. Results indicated that university teachers had very positive perceptions of the teacher evaluation process. The process of the teacher evaluation contributes to teachers teaching performance a lot.