[AI] examination

Kulkarni, Apoorv apoorvkulkarni at kpmg.com
Thu Sep 9 06:13:42 EDT 2010


Hi friends,
I'm strongly opposed to the concept of a common center. In my opinion, we should make sure that the VI candidate is allotted the center nearest to his house. Even in a city like Mumbai, there will not be more than say 50 VI candidates for a major examination like graduation. Thus 1 or maximum 2 centers would be designated as VI centers. One would be significantly at a disadvantage if the common center is far away from his/her house thereby requiring long commute. In the exam days, surely none of us would want to spend say 4 to 6 hours in travelling. So lets ensure that the center is nearest to the place of residence of a VI. To solve the problem of improper application of rules and regulations, I had suggested to have a designated person appointed by the examination authorities with his all contact data made available on the website and in the permission letter. Such person should have the authority to direct the center in charges to take necessary action to ensure that the examination is conducted properly and necessary relief is provided to the VI where necessary.

Best Regards,
Apoorv Kulkarni
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Apoorv Kulkarni
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