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Posted by : CS K. K. Agrawal Sep 17, 2018
ICAI evaluation system - Inside story why it failed, Immediate and futuristic solutions with suggestions
Checking around 50 Lakh answer sheets is not a mean task. (4 Lakh students 16 subjects inter and final level, assuming not all students appear in both groups)
CPT add another 16 Lakh answer sheets.
Evaluation is tougher job than teaching. I suggest assembly line evaluation process where collegiumof teacher shall evaluate only one question of answer sheet.
Watch the full video how it is possible.
The ICAI constituted following committee to review the evaluation of examination answer books system
All Members of the Council
Sub: Group to review the evaluation of examination answer books system
The President, in terms of the authority given to him in the 373rd meeting of the Council held on 12th February 2018 has constituted the group consisting of members of the Council to review the evaluation of examination answer books system:
CA. Madhukar N. Hiregange, Convenor
CA. Sanjay Kumar Agarwal
CA. Dhinal A. Shah
Shri Chandra Wadhwa
Shri Jagdamba Prasad, Ex. Director (Examination), ICAI - special invitee (in view of his expertise in organising centralized valuation of answer books during his tenure in ICAI)
The following terms of reference are assigned to the Group:
To study the examination system of other educational/examining bodies including national institutes of importance and suggest suitable strengthening reforms to be adopted by ICAI.
To study existing system of empanelment, review, training and monitoring of the work done by examiners and suggest strengthening reforms.
To examine the feasibility of conducting centralised evaluation of answer books.
To recommend measures for embracing extensive use of technology in evaluation system.
Any other matter related or incidental to the evaluation of answer books.
Shri S.K.Garg, Additional Secretary (Exams) will act as Secretary to the Group. The President has requested that the Group may complete its assigned task and submit the report in one month.