The purpose of the review paper is to summarize and analyze the previously published articles on the university teachers’ performance appraisal. The researcher reviewed different articles on the title stated above. The primary aim of university performance evaluation system should be institutional improvement through quality assurance in every process of action. Teachers’ job performance assessment criteria should be objective with complex judgment of work performance. The assessment should be based to improve credibility of performance assessment. Feedback from immediate supervisors, colleagues and students is helpful to strengthen the professional development of university teachers.
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