01-02-2015, 08:21 PM
So much reform in examinations at the University of Calcutta have yet to pay dividends with thousands of students still harboring the pain and disappointment about the delays in the publication of the results.
The transition to digital in various processes of examination system in University have high expectations of students and teachers. But those hopes have been belied.
Many of the students who received his exams this year had to postpone their plans for the development of postgraduate studies in the institutions of their choice, due to the delay in the publication of their results. Most were private students, delay, the results of which led to protests from several organizations.
Most universities reputation across the country were closed by the postgraduate admissions a few weeks before the University published the results of their degrees. University officials, including Deputy Secretary General m. Abdul Salam, said the capture would help the University abreast of national trends in hospitalization. But this promise is far from reality.
The lack of progress
The results of the first semester exams, some students of the same level of RS who sought admission in 2012, not yet published, where they are preparing for the third semester exams.
A quick check with the University indicated that the response scripts first semester degree examination held last year have not yet been allocated for evaluation.
Some colleges that hold the nevyčislennogo scripts to answer for many months after the exams had expressed concern about the safety of operations. Missing from the script responses, or a bunch of scripts will cause misery for students that make them retake the exam in the end.
"We have enough time," shrugged the highest official in the Pareeksha Bhavan, when asked about the delay in publishing the results of the first semester studies degrees. "We will do it by the time they (the students) to complete their degree programs," she said, preferring not to be quoted by name. the delay in the publication of the final results of the first semester provides uncertainty for students of their additional or improved exams. "In fact, it is denying us our timely opportunity for improvement," said Pradeep Kumar, the second year of the B.Com. student from Kozhikode.
Although the University has appointed eight joint examination within controllers optimize examination system thanks to digital technology, students have yet to benefit from the reforms. There has been a slight improvement in the behavior of b.tech. exams. But general examinations of which make up the lion's share of university examinations, which have seen improvement in their behaviour or the publication of their results. About RP students applying for admission to the various programs of the University each year.
Two-thirds of them are in the private sector.
To the University last year to get colleges to rate their exams met opposition from teachers.
The University was forced to abandon the idea of the resistance on the part of teachers and principals.
the attempt to
The recent attempt by Dr. Salama to issue degree certificates within five days after the award of the degree of the Senate as part of the implementation of the right to Rule came from missed the next confrontation with staff.
Order Dr. Salam to issue degree certificates in five days (which he denied at a press meeting in Malappuram a couple of weeks ago) brought him in direct confrontation with staff.
"What reforms it? This is stupidly impractical to issue degree certificates in five days, as the VC ", p. Omer, President of the Union of Calicut University employees said. Although the Vice Chancellor said he could sign the thousands of degrees in a matter of seconds by pressing the button, he had to yield to pressure and agreed to raise the maximum amount of time for issuing diplomas to 40 days.
As the process of digitisation remains incomplete, students arriving on campus make use of the various services are put more difficulty than before. Shift of inquiry counters from Pareeksha Bhavan links to the newly built building Niketan Tagore on the other side of National Highway 17 has made things more difficult for students.
They must take the risk of crossing a busy highway and walk quite a distance for any service after receiving assistance from a section of the request.
"Cruising between Tagore Niketan on one side of the campus, administration building or Pareeksha Bhavan on the other side of the great inconvenience," said Hajara k., first year master's degree student Farouk College Zoology.
Zebra recently put before Tagore Niketan. But it is not neutralize the potential danger of accident, when hundreds of students cross the busy highway each day to obtain the services of the University.