Ma. Aurora T. Caday, Edgardo G. Canda, Leovigildo Lito D. Mallillin, Jose Florante F. Singson


The paper aims to investigate the research capability of teaching and non-teaching personnel of Universidad De Manila. A descriptive survey research design is utilized in the study to quantify and measure the research capability of teaching and non-teaching personnel for the research management course plan. Likewise, purposive sampling is employed in selecting the sample size of the population. The study comprised One Hundred (100) respondents only. Results show that teaching personnel are capable and can do the task independently in identifying or recognizing researchable problems, preparing the rationale of the study and finding related literature on the research topic, show that non-teaching personnel are capable and can do the task independently in identifying or recognizing researchable problems, gathering of data according to the nature of the study. Findings show that there is no significant difference between the teaching and non-teaching personnel when it comes to research capability as observed by the respondents.


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