'Evaluators must adhere to rules'

'Evaluators must adhere to rules'

The SSLC exam evaluation will begin from Monday. The Deputy Chief Evaluators should strictly adhere to discipline and rules. They should ensure that no injustice is not meted out to students during the evaluation, Nodal Officer A N Nagendra Prasad.

He was speaking at the preliminary meeting of the evaluation organised at the Sadashiva Memorial Bhavan in Mahila Samaj School in the city on Sunday.

“The evaluators must be present from 10.30 am to 5.30 pm at the evaluation centre,”  said Prasad who added that evaluation would take 8 to 10 days. The evaluators should give marks only after reading every answer in the paper. In case of any discrepancy, strict action will be initiated against them, he added.

The Deputy Chief Evaluators are also in charge of Assistant Evaluators who will correct the answerscripts. The Chief Evaluators should thoroughly check the corrected answerscripts before signing them, Prasad added.

“Two Assistant Evaluators should check the answerscript and the marks after the correction and only then they should enter the marks in computor sheets (AMR),” he said and added that evaluators were barred from using cell phones and going out in between the evaluation. In case of a doubt, the evaluators should refer the model answerscript.

They can also contact Joint Chief Evaluator, if the doubt persists, Prasad said. As many as 150 Deputy Chief Evaluators, six Joint Chief Evaluators and Superintendents each participated in the meeting.

Evaluation Centres

The Evaluation Centres are as follows; Answerscripts of Social Science will be corrected in Government Girls PU College, Maths in Government Boys’ College, Science in St Ann’s School, English in Mahila Samaja School, Kannada in Suvarna Central School and Hindi in Chinmaya High School, Prasad added.

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