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This literature review aims to explore the factors affecting faculty engagement in higher education which lead to quality of faculty member’s teaching, includes student in the long run and as a result, it increases university effectiveness as a whole. Five principle factors have been discovered by consisting of personal characteristics factors, management factors, organizational factors, job/task factors, and relationship factors. The utilization of this literature review can be used as a guideline and fundamental information to the top management both public and private universities in order to design suitable human resource development interventions. Moreover, consequences of faculty engagement, implications for human resource development and intensive discussion are also presented.
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