HOWRAGHAT, March 27: The answersheet evaluation process adopted newly by the Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA) is giving headaches to the examiners, scrutinizers and head examiners who say the work is consuming too much time. The examiners said that they were given excess work this time in the me of “error-free answer book evaluation”. According to their statements, hardly three to five answer papers can be evaluated in a day, whereas in previous years, they evaluated more than 20 answer papers every day. The examiners also complained of the tedious process of filling up the Optical Mark Recognition (OMR) sheet and Tally Sheet (TS) which they said were “extremely difficult” and “time consuming”. Besides, they complained that the remuneration given by SEBA to them for the answer paper evaluation is not sufficient according to their labour. The examiners, scrutinizers and head examiners have demanded the SEBA authority to increase the remuneration. They feared that the answer paper evaluation will not be possible to be completes within the time frame given by the SEBA due to the extra procedure involved in the process.