The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has added another feather on its cap by declaring the December 2011 Term End Examination (TEE) results of over 90 percent students in a month’s time. A record 4,17,047 students appeared for 2045 courses at 803 examination centres including 40 international.
The last exam for December 2011 session concluded on 29th December 2011. As per the ordinance, the exam results are meant to be declared within the stipulated time period of 45 days.
Evaluators were drawn from prestigious institutions across the country and IGNOU faculty members were involved in the evaluation work.
The University had decentralized the evaluation work to seven evaluation centres established in different parts of the country. Different measures were taken up in order to gear up the system in this direction. Keeping this in view, the university extended the Scheme of Spot Evaluation to the evaluation centres all over India. The evaluation of answer scripts at the evaluation centres were monitored by the senior faculty members, directors and examination committee/ standing committee on evaluation in order to meet the deadline.
The evaluation centres, under their supervision, tied-up with the local reputed educational institutions/ universities, if available, for evaluation of the answer scripts in their premises under the supervision of the evaluation centre. This type of arrangement was done where there were a large number of answer-scripts to be handled.
Continuous flow of result data was possible with the help of computer personnel and software engineers who were involved in the data processing in the Student Evaluation Division (SED) at the headquarters.
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