Supervision and Scientific Evaluation Apparatus
About the Supervision and Scientific Evaluation Apparatus:
The Supervision and Scientific Evaluation Apparatus was formed and its tasks were defined in Law No. 40 of 1988 of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research:
1. According to the Paragraph (C) of Article (4) of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research Law No. (40) for1988, it was decided to consider the Supervision and Scientific Evaluation Apparatus as one of the Directorates of the Ministry.
As it is one of the vital facility in the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research and its diverse effectiveness centers on supervision and building educational programs that are characterized as keeping pace with the scientific and educational development witnessed by educational institutions in the world, also, its tasks come in the context of knowledge management programs and capacity building, whether for faculty members in universities or the entire academic community in Iraq, as well as within the framework of developing and improving curricula and courses or through overcoming difficulties and building mechanisms to achieve levels in terms of university outputs that are compatible with the requirements of the labor market and meet the needs of the beneficiaries.
2. The tasks of the Apparatus were determined according to Paragraph (1) of Article (7) of the Ministry’s Law, which stipulates that “It shall undertake the task of ensuring the legality of the actions of universities, colleges, institutes, departments and branches and their compatibility with the legislation in force at least an assistant professor and he/she has experience in scientific and administrative issues of not less than ten years and he/she is assisted by a number of (2) specialized supervisors and his/her duties are determined by a system.
The vision of the Supervision and Scientific Evaluation Apparatus:
The Apparatus aimed at achieving distinguished innovative education for a prosperous society, scientific institutions that keeping pace with development, knowledge transfer and a spirit of transparent competition between public and private Higher Education’s institutions according to international quality standards.
1. The Apparatus seeks to establish a national quality assurance and accreditation association to be recognized by accredited global accreditation association to grant the institutional, programmatic and technical accreditation certificate to all Higher Education’s institutions.
2. Enhancing the status of public and private Higher Education’s institutions by obtaining international rankings and achieving advanced ranks in them.
3. Preparing a comprehensive standards system to upgrade quality procedures in Higher Education’s institutions, in a manner commensurate with the educational environment in the country and their consistency with the general line in building International and Arab standards and adopting distinguished competence in building national quantitative and qualitative measurement systems and mechanisms according to performance indicators to achieve academic accreditation locally and internationally.
4. Continuous improvement of Higher Education’s institutions and application of quality standards in them to institutional, programmatic and professional accreditation.
5. Seeking to adopt international standards in evaluating university theses and dissertations and directing them to comply with international quality requirements.
6. Building guidelines to implement the requirements of special standards for Higher Education’s institutions.
7. Enhancing the status of Higher Education’s institutions, public and private by entering them in international rankings and achieving advanced ranks in them.
8. Building and supervising international standards for dormitories to create a suitable environment for the student in order to provide a good scientific atmosphere, commensurate with the ambition of the educational institution.
9. Supporting student activities (cultural, intellectual, sports, artistic, scouting and volunteer work programs) to develop students' capabilities.
10. Employing teaching and learning technology and making use of it as much as possible, in various aspects of the educational process.
11. Providing a university environment that facilitates learning, attracts learners, and promotes for the purpose of further education.
12. Focusing on the graduates having the following specifications:
A. Knowledge creators, not just consumers.
B. Leaders in educational change, not just advocates.
T. Engineers for the methods of the educational environment, not just implementers.
W. Education facilitators, not just adopters.
13. Focusing on the characteristics of educational programs to build good faculty members through the following:
A. To have a comprehensive and clear vision of quality education.
B. To possess high standards in performance and application.
C. With a systematic depth of knowledge in the aspects of education and building leaders, the training process and everything related to the topics of the teaching and learning process.
D. Extensive practical and applied skill closely linked to the theoretical side.
E. Has clear strategies that help students confront extremist beliefs and assumptions.
F. It has strong relations, working on the principle of accepting different beliefs, as a basis for Higher Education’s employees.
G. Adopting the application of education on case studies to address real problems in community.
14. Focusing on ensuring that the skills acquired by the student meet the following indicators:
A. Interactive thinking.
B. Cognitive deepening.
C. Ability to solve nested science problems.
D. Communication skills.
E. Collaboration skills as a team.
15. Building national standards for a good laboratory (GLP) and a good clinical laboratory (GCLP) for educational laboratories in public and private universities.
16. Enhancing the confidence of community and the labor market by ensuring the quality of the outputs of educational institutions.
Tasks of Supervision and Scientific Evaluation Apparatus:
The Supervision and Scientific Evaluation Apparatus undertakes the process of preparing, directing, auditing and following up the application and improvement of quality requirements, on all educational process procedures, leading to institutional, programmatic and professional accreditation via four basic aspects, which are quality planning, quality assurance, quality control and continuous development.
The measurable standards and indicators are set and to insure how they are being achieved homogeneity and symmetry in line with work requirements and needs to include all planned activities and methodology for its implementation to provide confidence that quality requirements are met, as well as processes and procedures that systematically monitor various aspects of the educational process to detect, correct and ensure that quality standards are met.
Its aims at the early detecting of errors in order to avoid their occurrence and then ensuring that the procedures are free of any defect or deficiency, thus, reaching a state of fulfilling quality standards, the concept of supervision is associated with quality control by ensuring it in the majority of educational institutions

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    Dr. Salah Hadi Salih Al-Fatlawi
    Director of Supervision and Scientific Evaluation
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Section of Performance Appraisal

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