By our Staff Reporter
GUWAHATI, February 15: All examitions, be it of boards or universities, and competitive examitions should be fair and square; and there should not be any lapses that may lead to biasness.
With such a thought in mind, the AIUDF has moved the state Education Minister and requested him to do away with the system of writing the mes of examiners on the answer sheets in the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) examitions under the Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA). This system has been introduced from this year. In a missive to the State Education Minister, the AIUDF said: “Such a system may lead to biasness.”
The party further said the since its inception, writing the mes of the candidate both on the question paper and the answer sheet has been the practice in the Combined Entrance Examition for Medical and Engineering (CEE) being conducted by Dibrugarh University. “No such system is found at all India-level as well as in other states’ examitions. It creates disturbance among various cast and creed,” the said, and requested the state Education Minister to do away with the practice.
The party also holds the view that writing the mes of candidates on the answer sheets of Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) examitions is also not just. “It is a matter of great objection,” the party said, and requested the government to do away with the system. The party also requested the department to hold TET at the district level.