rajeshasudani at rbi.org.in
Mon Sep 6 00:57:01 EDT 2010
Nobody, to my knowledge, has tried to include age limit or so for scribes in suggestions given here.
I am afraid if my statement about scribe eligibility cannot be properly interpreted, I would shut up and let others draft guidelines wisely, hoping to benefit from them.
From: accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in [mailto:accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of Amit Bhatt
Sent: Sunday, September 05, 2010 12:03 PM
To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
Subject: Re: [AI] Examinations
In my opinion, when the necessary credentials and Certificates of Scribe are
shown to the examination authority, there is no point of even thinking of
age limit unnecessary. We all know age is now no more barrier in our
education. finding a writer is always not that easy and, we are trying to
make this task more tough by framing out the norm like age limit and so on.
Suppose I am a scribe, my age is 35 but I am currently studding in 12th
standard and writing an exam for a candidate who is doing graduation, so
what goes wrong here.
Let us try to create the easiness and good norms for examinations.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Pamnani" <kanchanpamnani at hotmail.com>
To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
Sent: Thursday, September 02, 2010 4:28 PM
Subject: [AI] Examinations
> Most of you know that I have been working on the guidelines for
> examinations especially the issue of scribes for some time.
> All of us have realised the need for standard guidelines in the country.
> After the maharashtra guidelines were issued many of you approached me and
> have been approaching me regularly for All India guidelines. Therefore it
> is time to act.
> I have based my work on the:
> 1. Guidelines in Maharashtra
> 2. Minutes of meeting held in2008
> 3. Judgement in Asif's case
> 4. University of Bombay's circular on psychology
> I need to know from each of you as to what you want in the new Rules. What
> you want to safe guard against,What you want the Examination authority to
> take care of and what will be the visually challenged's responsibility.
> Anything that I should take into account especially for any particular
> exam. Please ask for the moon we just might get it of course be practical.
> Think of all the variations and combinations and complications that
> someone somewhere may face. Thats why I am still on this group.
> I cannot take care of the idiot who denies the rules but I can ensure good
> rules on paper at least. So lets go for it. Please dont send me a list of
> what happened in the past I cant rectify it but I can see that it does not
> happen again. So requesting for some input.
> The new rules will apply to :
> 1. All recruiting exams
> 2. All college and school exams
> 3. All entrance exams
> 4. any other exam that I have forgotten
> Looking forward to your inputs
> Kanchan Pamnani
> Advocate & Solicitor
> 9, Suleman Chambers,
> Battery Street, Colaba,
> Mumbai - 400 039.
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