Srinagar: The Examinations and Evaluation Wing (EEW) of the Central University of Kashmir is holding the 4thpost-End Semester Examination (ESE) workshop on Examinations and Evaluation Reforms on November 2, 2015.
Vice-Chancellor, University of Kashmir, Prof. Khurshid Iqbal Andrabi, will inaugurate the workshop while as Dean, Faculty of Commerce and Management Studies, University of Kashmir, Prof. Khurshid Ahmed Bhat, will deliver a talk on Examinations & Evaluation Reforms: Reactive Vs Proactive Analysis.
According to the Controller of Examinations, Dr. Nazir Ahmad Gilkar through this platform, the faculty will share experiences and thoughts mutually. The workshop will be spread over four Micro-Presentations and workshop exercises, he said adding that micro-presentations on Direct Grading, Credit Analysis, Dynamics of Question Paper Setting and Project Report Evaluation would be made by the participating faculty members.
He said, the objectives of the workshop are: to introspect and improve upon further the Examination and Evaluation System; to provide necessary space for interaction to the faculty across all Teaching Departments; to avail an opportunity to listen to an eminent educationist in the country; to consider various Educational-Examination-Assessment issues and learn from experiences and exposures; and to ensure that valued outcome of the workshop deliberations is utilized effectively during the course of forth-coming End Semester Examinations.
Dr. Gilkar said the Post-ESE workshops conducted till now have had far reaching academic implications by setting a trend toward creating a culture of best practices in the university. The present workshop, 4th in the series, is also expected to act as a morale booster for the faculty and staff associated with the examinations and evaluation. Further, by organizing this workshop, a requirement under NAAC is also fulfilled, he added.
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