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January 19, 2015 at 2:24 pm #69909AnonymousGuest
My friend who checked the annual exam paper of class 9. he checked near about 658 copies within 17 days and result was published. after 20 Days his headmaster show-cause him that he checked 80 copies wrongly. what should i do. is there any circular. Plz reply quickly.January 19, 2015 at 5:23 pm #80169AnonymousGuest
Re: regarding rechecking of exam paper of class 9
It means that the teacher had showed his dereliction in works.So,on the basis of this activities he may be punished by Proper Authority.Sorry to say that it’s the ultimate result.January 20, 2015 at 3:32 pm #80172AnonymousGuest
What should be the punishment.January 21, 2015 at 1:12 pm #80173AnonymousGuest
Before saying anything, I want to know the exact pattern of irregularities, or supposed anomalies in examining the answer scripts, the concerned teacher has been asked to show cause for. It may be erroneous scrutiny, overlooking answers, putting pre-decided numbers, providing average numbers to the candidates, etc.January 22, 2015 at 7:41 am #80174AnonymousGuest
since till today H.M does not show the copy to him. through showcause he came to know that over marking in exam take place.January 23, 2015 at 10:39 am #80176AnonymousGuest
If over marking be the cause behind everything, it’s not a big problem to deal with. If anybody asks him regarding over marking, he can say that even though a particular marks is provided for a certain question, how much can be given for a certain answer depends on the teacher who examines the answer scripts. After all he is the subject teacher. He has been recommended by the SSC for that particular subject. Even the H.M., in no way, can argue against his ability. His argument should be that he gave the marks as he thought to be proper and just in every respect. If he thought a certain student deserved 100 out of 100, he could give him the same. What is in that? Actually. this kind of incidents are quite common in case of menacing and inhuman H.M.s
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