Prospective Reviewers Requested to be Objective When Checking Research Proposal
BANDUNG, TEL-U – A reviewer is expected to hold a commitment in carrying out their duties when examining the research proposal. Reviewers have to sort out the good and bad proposals objectively in accordance with selected criteria of research scheme. Then give suggestions to imperfect proposals.
It is delivered by a national reviewer, Prof. Dr. Tien R. Muchtadi, at the National Research Training Program at Topas Hotel Bandung, Wednesday (12/8).
The training held in cooperation with the Directorate of Research and Community Service Telkom University (PPM Tel-U) with the Higher Education Research and Technology. The training was attended by candidates from 19 universities reviewer was opened by the Vice Rector IV Tel-U Dr. M.Yahya Arwiyah, SH., MH.
According to Tien, prospective reviewers who attended were participants who passed the selection of 200 attendees. After selected, the number shrank to 160 and then filtered again to 83 people.
“Try to not impress or judge on evaluating process and stay upholds the respect. A ‘gray’ thing which raises doubts in determining the score could be questioned. Pay attention to compliance with the research scheme and also notice the scheme eligibility. Consider to the peculiarities related to the scheme, “said Tien.
Another reviewer, Prof. Dr. Saryono, adding, assess the proposal should be based on scientific principles. Proposals are reviewed by two reviewers working independently. “There should be no conflict of interest in the assessment process, should be completely objective,” he said. (purel / risca)