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Students allege their careers are being 'spoiled' by evaluators through 'illegitimate' means
University of Kashmir issues do's, don'ts to teachers with regard to evaluation of subjects
11/30/2018 10:49:00 PM
Jehangir Rashid
Early Times Report
srinagar, Nov 30: The University of Kashmir has issued an advisory asking the teachers to adopt a cautious approach while evaluating the answer scripts of the students appearing in the different examinations.
The development comes after complaints that the answer sheets of the students are not evaluated up to the mark by the evaluators. It has also been observed that no due care is taken while evaluating the answer scripts of the students.
The advisory issued by the Controller of Examinations, University of Kashmir has impressed upon the evaluators to take up the evaluation in a responsible manner. The evaluators have been asked to carry out the evaluation in a closed atmosphere rather than in open and public places.
"The answer paper evaluation is the most sacred responsibility which a teacher is supposed to discharge with utmost care and caution. All the answers must necessarily be evaluated as per their merit and no answer should be left unevaluated," reads the advisory issued by Controller of Examinations.
The advisory further reads, "The total of the marks obtained by the candidate must be doubly checked and marked without overwriting. The marks entered on the award rolls must strictly correspond to the marks awarded to the candidates on the answer scripts."
The evaluation of the answer scripts should be done indoors away from public/student gaze and should not be done at the public places, open lawns, class rooms, recreation places, trains, buses etc. which is generally considered abhorrent to standard operating procedures of evaluation of Answer Scripts, the advisory reads.
It would be in place to mention here that the evaluation of answer scripts has over the years turned out to be a big controversy with students leveling allegations of different nature in this regard. The students have been accusing the teachers of playing with their careers by resorting to different 'illegitimate' means.
In the meantime, the Controller of Examinations has issued a notice according to which an anti-corruption cell has been constituted in the examination wing with an avowed object to eradicate all forms of corruption in the examination processes.
"It is for the information of all the concerned that the University of Kashmir has constituted an anti-corruption cell in the Examination Wing titled COMPAIGN AGAINST CORRUPTION (CAC) with an avowed object to eradicate all forms of corruption, if any, in the examination processes," reads the notice.
The notice further reads, "The Controller of Examinations will alone have access to any kind of complaint against any official/officer in or outside the University of Kashmir. All the information received will remain highly confidential." Through the notice it has been urged that the development should be given wide publicity so that there is no corruption at the University of Kashmir more so at the examination wing.
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