[AI] exams

akhilesh akhil.akhil29 at gmail.com
Fri Sep 10 05:01:13 EDT 2010

Dear sir,
I have also appeared for my LL.B exams through computer. but they
weretyping the question paper for me.
you can request them to type the question paper for you if you appear
for any exam for the next time.

On 9/10/10, YADAV,  D. N <YADAVDN at iocl.co.in> wrote:
> Yes Raghu, dear friends,
> I recently took up my exams on lap top & fairly managed.  I took my computer
> to the centre, was given an hour’s extra time.  Difficulty lay in reading
> the question paper which, I understand the univ should have facilitated me
> to read.  I had to take my scanner too to scan & read the Q paper.
> To me computer’s seems the best option without any fear for cheating or
> copying to an honest examinee.  The apprehensions of spelling corrections,
> etc cannot be solid inhibitions as for ‘nakal’ too you need ‘akal’ & only
> good chooser can go for right option.  Besides, on college levels or in
> broader perspective where your analytical faculties are at stake, spelling
> mistakes get hardly counted.
> I have deep regard for Braille but now would better use it for a crutch to
> carry me to the portals of accessibility where a broad vista exists for me
> to integrate with rest of the communicative world.
> “May the road rise up to meet you, may the wind be ever at your back May the
> sun shine warm upon your face and the rain fall softly on your fields. And
> until we meet again, may God hold you in the hollow of his hand”
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