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บุษกร จันท์เทวนุมาส
กุลธิดา ท้วมสุข


The university for local development is one universities that has its legally goals, roles, and missions focusing on education, research and social services for local development. This research article is aimed to study the indicators that reflected the characteristics of the universities for local development. It is a research on the development of human capital management model for the universities for local development. The qualitative research method was used to conduct the in-depth interviews with 8 executive administrators including the
presidents or their representatives from the selected Rajabhat universities, 2 universities from each among 4 regions. The findings present the indicators of the universities for local development in 3 aspects: (1) Indicators based on the system approach; there are 8 input, 5 process, 5 output, and 6 outcome indicators. (2) Indicators based on the university missions; there are 13 academic, 17 research, 15 social service, and 13 art and cultural preservative indicators. (3) Indicators on the competencies of faculty staff; there are 20 teaching, 18 research, 18 social service, and 13 art and cultural preservative indicators

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