According to an Indian Express report, earlier, students could only find out their result status from the website and they had to rush to colleges to check the marks. On Thursday, Arjun Ghatule, Acting Director, Board of Examinations and Evaluation, told that from the next semester, students would be able to log on to the website of the university and see their marks in each subject immediately after they are declared.
Following the delay in declaring summer semester results this year, the BoE has brought in a host of reforms to avoid mistakes that had been made earlier.
The BoE has finally prepared a master database of assessors, courses, exams, subjects and credits and the linkages have been streamlined, told Ghatule. Last time, assessors had complained saying they could not log in or were tagged to wrong answer sheets. Ghatule assured that the process had been smoothened.
"We have already tested the system and the bugs have been fixed," he told.
As per the database, around 14,000 teachers and principals would correct answer books in the winter exams starting November 8.
"The answer sheets will reach the CAP centres within three days of the examination and scanned by the fifth day. They will be checked and counted at 3 stages. There will be no issue of delay or misplacement as answer sheets will be reconciled," told Ghatule, adding that fresh answer books with unique codes have been printed to avoid any mix-up.