Junior college teachers seek improvements in board exam duties
Mumbai - The Shikshak Bharati Junior College unit held a meeting at the Vashi headquarters of the Maharashtra State Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board on Wednesday to put forth their demands on the eve of the forthcoming school board examinations in the state.
Seven issues raised by the unit, represented by president Prof Sharad Giramkar, Prof Ishwar Avhad and others were accepted in principle by Siddheshwar Chandekar, Mumbai division secretary of the Education Board.
These points include -
- A proposal to increase teachers' payment for checking examination papers
- Unless there are serious violations, exam supervisors and moderators will not be served with a notice. Instead, they will be given a personal hearing
- A proposal to provide hall tickets online to students
- A 'constructive' suggestion to launch an app for exam results and for the inclusion of students' photographs on marksheets and certificates of twelfth standard students
- A proposal rejecting the government regulation seeking a fine of 100 rupees if the OMR sheet is filled in wrongly
- Examiners and moderators an assessment fee of Rs 250 and Rs 1500
- Teachers working in night junior colleges will be exempted from exam paper checking duties