The reliance of research productivity mainly revolves around the number of publications and citations of these publications. The citation is an undeniable performance parameter that reflects the multiple aspects of research and development such as scientific impact, research quality, relevance, market acceptability, and reputation in the research community. Following the footprints of the evolving definition of research productivity, the emphasis on citations of faculty members’ publications becomes inevitable. The Directorate of Research published the Top-20 cited faculty members of UCP, where the citation number of faculty members is recorded from the Google Scholar Citation Index.