Government to come. the approval of the new method among the reasons for abandoning the idea
The University of Mangalore, which previously planned to digitally assess nearly 2.50 lakhs of response scripts from its 2019-20 final semester exams, has put the decision on hold. Now he continues the process in the conventional way, according to the registrar (evaluation) of PL Dharma University.
If the assessment of the postgraduate exam response copies, which ended on October 6, has started, the undergraduate exam response copies, completed on October 19, will be assessed starting October 27. More than 50,000 students showed up for the exams, he said The Hindu.
Mr Dharma said the digital evaluation plan has been suspended mainly for two reasons. Teachers indicated that since not all eligible assessors are familiar with the new move, there may be a delay in completing the assessment, resulting in a delay in announcing results.
Second, last month’s floods in Udupi and heavy rains in Kodagu created problems with uninterrupted internet connectivity and power supply to identified digital assessment centers in Udupi and Kodagu districts.
In addition, government approval for the new movement was awaited. Therefore, the plan was abandoned.
He said assessment of undergraduate exam papers will continue rapidly at three centers in Dakshina Kannada and one center each in Udupi and Kodagu districts for five days from October 27 to 31.
In the first years, the assessment of undergraduate exam papers scheduled only at a centralized center in Mangaluru took about 13 days. As there will be five assessment centers this year, the assessment will be completed early. About 48,000 students sat for undergraduate exams, he said.
Papers will be assessed at University College, Canara College, Government First Grade College in Mangaluru, MGM College in Udupi and FMKM College in Madikeri, he said.
“We will ensure that the response scripts reach the three centers well in advance to allow teachers to start the assessment without delay,” he said and added that the results will be announced as soon as possible. allow students to join the postgraduate program. classes for 2020-21 before November 15th.
He said that 50% of the postgraduate exam response copies have now been assessed.
Mr Dharma said that the response texts of 60 students who wrote the undergraduate and postgraduate papers at the university examination centers in Bhutan, Manipur, Jammu and Kashmir, Islands Lakshadweep and Dharwad reached university.
Reviews had been conducted there on an ad hoc basis due to the COVID-19 situation.