'Teachers need to come to the evaluation centers to correct the answer sheets instead of taking the copies at home. To check answer sheet teachers have to come to different evaluation centers,' said S.C. Panda, DU Executive Council member. Panda further said, 'A teacher has to invigilate for three hours during the exam and then go to the evaluation center for correction of scripts. In the little time that he or she has left he can correct only a few copies.' 'Teachers can adjust their timings. They can visit the evaluation center anywhere between 9am to 6 pm. Teachers can evaluate maximum of nine papers in a month,' said M.M. Rehman, Officer on Special Duty, Examinations.
Delay in submission of answer scripts by evaluators has plagued the DU examination branch for years. 'Evaluation of copies at evaluation centre will ensure that they submit the copies on time and maintain quality,' said a faculty member from Hans Raj College. But most of the time delay in result happens due to tabulation of marks and moderation of internal assessment marks by the examination branch.