To avoid malpractices, marks scams and paper evaluation scams, Bangalore University is taking serious precautions to monitor the paper evaluation.
The University has started the UG examination paper evaluation from November 27, 2014. Around 44 CCTV cameras have been installed inside the centres. The University has taken extra caution to restricting the entry of unauthorised people to the evaluation centres.
As per the officials from evaluation department, the number of CCTVs installed at the centre has been increased. [Bangalore University lecturers don't work]
The Registrar of Evaluation, Prof Ningegowda said that they installed 35 CCTV cameras in 2013, and it has been increased to 44. Around 3,500 evaluators will evaluate the exam papers. It will commence from 10 AM to 5 PM. Each evaluator will get a bundle of 18 papers.
The University has issued identity card to the evaluators. Without these ID cards, evaluators will not be allowed to evaluate the paper at evaluation centres. [BU to give marks card with photograph]
"I have an ID card, if I fail show the ID card, I will not be allowed to evaluation centres," said Ningegowda.
For the first time, a special officer has been appointed to monitor the evaluation process. Special officer will monitor the evaluator's that at what time they will enter the centre and how much papers they will evaluate.