Workshop on exam reforms at Maulana Azad National Urdu University
Prof. Syed Mohammed Haseebuddin Quadri, Director, IQAC spoke on the topic “Reformations in Examination & Evaluations”.
Gachibowli: A workshop on "Examination Reforms" was organised on Tuesday by the Examination Branch of Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) in coordination with Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), MANUU. Dr. Mohammad Aslam Parvaiz, Vice-Chancellor, in his inaugural address advised teachers to avoid vagueness in drafting the questions so that the students shall be able to understand them properly.
Prof. Sajid Jamal, Controller of Examinations while addressing on the theme 'Unbiased Evaluation of Subjective Questions & Framing Objective Type Questions' said, it is easy to prepare subjective questions but difficult to evaluate them. While preparing question paper effort should be made to cover all the syllabus. This can be easily done in objective part. He precisely explained it with examples.
Prof. Syed Mohammed Haseebuddin Quadri, Director, IQAC spoke on the topic "Reformations in Examination & Evaluations". Dr. M. Kamil, Additional CoE in his power point presentation discussed about the "Model & Marking Scheme". Prof. S. Kazim Naqvi, Director, CIT highlighted the procedures for displaying answer scripts. Faculty members from all departments of MANUU attended the workshop.
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