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Intensive training may be given to the invigilation staff to avoid the inconvenience for students in examination centers.
With the advent of e-learning, assessment has moved online too from conventional paper pencil based methods but the process of invigilation is still mostly manual.
I was on invigilation duty when I was called and handed a termination letter stating I was not required by Manipal from the month of February, which was technically the very next day.
The financial package will help to cover any extra costs relating to invigilation, marking and data entry.
The AHA makes little provision for protection of sites, and in any case the large number of sites and their remoteness make invigilation of sites difficult to provide, meaning they can be disrupted (Crawford 1979:471; Wright 1979:380).
Developed by global oil and gas training standards body Opito International and delivered in partnership with Atlas via approved invigilation centres, IMIST brings for the first time a standardised level of basic safety training to an estimated 1.
The Institution of Engineers (India) -- Qatar Chapter has been conducting the examinations twice a year under the supervision and invigilation of the Indian embassy.
31), which endures in its distinctiveness without interference from the invigilation of a custodial subject.
But the proper conduct of civic invigilation requires the expertise of nongovernmental organisations, and I worry that these do not have a sufficiently strong presence in Spanish civil life.
Either they are used for marks, attendance percentage, or for the strictness maintained through invigilation during the exams in order not to provide any chance to any students to cheat or for asking any student to go out of the class since he creates disturbances.
AN EXAMINATIONS officer at Aston University, who falsely claimed over pounds 13,000 for invigilation work that was never done has avoided a jail sentence.
32) In such circumstances, there is, according to Pettit, invigilation, not interference, and for a civic republican, invigilation is a form of control that undermines freedom.