Examination Rules: Appointment of Examiners; Their Duties and Powers: Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Islamabad Pakistan (Matric FSc FA Secondary School Certificate SSC-I and SSC-II, Higher Secondary School Certificate HSSC-I and HSSC-II Examinations Result syllabus model paper)

Published on October 27, 2009 at 6:13 pm

Examination Rules: Appointment of Examiners; Their Duties and Powers: Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Islamabad Pakistan (Matric FSc FA Secondary School Certificate SSC-I and SSC-II, Higher Secondary School Certificate HSSC-I and HSSC-II Examinations Result syllabus model paper)

CHAPTER – 7

APPOINTMENT OF EXAMINERS; THEIR DUTIES AND POWERS

7.1 General

a. Examiners i.e. Paper Setter, Head Examiner, Sub‑Examiner and Practical Examiner shall be appointed annually. However those appointed may be considered again for the following year or years subject to maximum of 3 consecutive years from first appointment.

b. No person shall claim examiner-ship as a matter of right and shall approach the Controller of Examinations (Secrecy) or the Chairman for this purpose.

c. The Head of the Institutions through their Directorates shall recommend to the Board names for appointment as Examiners in their respective subjects.

d. The number of Examiners to be included in the approved panel shall be as follows:

(1) six names per paper in the case of Paper Setter;

(2) Triple the number of vacancies in case of Head Examiner;

(3) 50% more than the number of vacancies in case of Sub-Examiner.

e. The recommendations of the Head of Institution/ Directorates for appointment as Head Examiner, Sub‑Examiners/Practical Examiners shall be scrutinized by the committee constituted under Controller of Examinations (Secrecy), in respect of eligibility of the person or persons and shall place a panel of examiners before the Chairman for approval.

f. In case of emergency when there is no time to make the appointment of Paper Setters and Head Examiners through Appointment Committee, the Chairman shall have the power to make such appointments, in consultation with the Controller of Examinations.

g. The recommendations of the Head of Institutions/ Directorates, with regard to the appointment of Paper Setters shall be scrutinized by the office in the light of information available and is then placed before the Committee for appointment of Paper Setters for approval.

h. The Committee for appointment of Paper Setters shall consist of the following Members of the Board:

(1) Chairman.

(2) Deputy Secretary, Ministry of Education, Islamabad.

(3) Director General, FGEl, Islamabad.

(4) Director Education, Naval Head quarters, Islamabad.

(5) Director Education, FGEI, GHQ Rawalpindi.

(6) Director Education, PAF Rear Air Hq. Peshawar.

(7) Two senior Principals of institutions under Board of Governors not covered in (3) to (6) above.

i. No person shall be appointed as examiner whose near relative (wife, husband, son, daughter, adopted son, adopted daughter, grand‑son, grand­ daughter, brother, sister, nephew, niece, grand‑niece, grand‑nephew, uncle first cousin, son‑in‑law, brother‑in‑law and sister in law, etc.) is appearing in the examination. Each examiner shall be required to submit a declaration that he has not coached any student(s) for the examination nor shall he engage himself in the tuition work during the period of his appointment as an Examiner/Practical examiner, however the Chairman may relax this rule under exceptional case.

j. A person can be appointed as an examiner in one paper only at the time in an examination either at the HSSC or SSC level.

k. No person shall, ordinarily, be appointed as a Paper Setter or Head­ Examiner if, he has not worked as sub‑examiner for at least five years. However, the Chairman shall have the powers to waive off this condition, in exceptional cases.

l. No person shall be recommended for appointment or be appointed as Examiner against whose work, in any previous examination has been an adverse report or an enquiry pending or a disciplinary action has been taken by the Committee or the Chairman.

m. The recommendations of the Head of institutions/ Directorates in regard to appointment of Examiners shall be kept secret by all concerned so long as it is necessary and there after they shall be kept and treated as confidential. These documents are immune to inspection, comments and utilization other than the purpose for which they have been drawn out by any person or authority other than the Controlling Authority, the Board and the Academic Committee.

n. The examiners shall receive such remuneration as the Board may fix from time to time.

o. The Board may frame rules from time to time governing the appointment, removal and control of examiners and the manner in which they shall be required to function.

p. The Chairman shall have the power to cancel the appointment of an examiner without assigning any reason.

7.2 Qualification of Examiners

The following shall be the minimum qualifications of persons to be appointed as Paper Setter/Head Examiner/Sub‑Examiner/Practical Examiner, for the SSC and HSSC examination of the Board, provided:

a. That the required experience as teacher and examiner may be relaxed or waived off by the appointing authority in case of educationists, eminent persons, scholars and working/ retired teachers.

b. Teachers possessing the requisite qualifications and posted in the Department of Education, Educational/Scientific and Research institute/ organization and recognized institutions of another university or Board.

S.

No.

State and Assignment Academic

Qualifications

Teaching

Experience

Experience as Examiner in the Board
SSC STAGE
1 Paper Setter/ Head Examiner Graduate with Diploma / Degree in education 10 years or more in the relevant subject. 5 years
2 Sub‑Examiner Do 3 years or more in the relevant subject. Nil
3 Practical Examiner Do 3 years in the relevant subject, relaxable up to 1 year, if necessary. Nil
HSSC STAGE
1 Paper Setter/ Head Examiner Master Degree or equivalent in the relevant subject. Degree/Diploma in Education preferred. 10 years or more 5 years
2 Sub‑Examiner Do 5 years or more Nil.
3 Practical Examiner Do 3 years Nil

7.3 Instructions for Paper Setters

a. TYPEWRITTEN OR MANUSCRIPT

(1) The question paper should be clearly written or typed by the paper setter himself on one side of the paper so as to ensure accuracy in printing.

(2) Care should be taken to see that no mistake (spelling or technical) is left unchecked. The Paper Setter himself shall be responsible for any mistake.

b. DIAGRAM OR MAP

If a diagram or map is included in any question it should be on a separate chart of paper and attached to the question paper, and reference of the diagram should be given under the respective question, and at the top of the diagram also reference to the question should be given.

c. GRAPH PAPER, LOG TABLE ETC

Whenever any Material e.g. Graph Paper, Drawing Paper, Log Table is to be supplied to the candidates with the Question paper, clear written instructions should be given to the Controller of Examinations separately and on the question paper also.

d. TIME TO SOLVE QUESTION

The time which the Paper Setter takes to solve a question or the time which he estimates as necessary for answering the prescribed questions in general be given as a schedule and appended (Questionwise) separately to the Question Paper.

e. SOLUTIONS

The paper setter in Mathematics, Accountancy, Auditing, Statistics and Science subjects should send solutions of mathematical questions or problems alongwith the question paper, which should be strictly within the prescribed syllabus.

f. LENGTH AND NATURE OF QUESTION PAPER

The Question Paper should be set such that which an average candidate can reasonably be expected to answer within the time allotted. The questions in each subject, shall be fairly distributed over the whole course in that subject and shall conform to the regulations laid down for the particular examination.

g. INSTRUCTIONS FOR EXAMINERS

Paper Setter is required to send detailed Marking Scheme for Examiners alongwith Question paper.

h. SAME TYPE OF QUESTION PAPER

Examiners shall, as far as practicable, should maintain the standard (degree of difficulty) conforming to the previous years, but may not repeat the questions set during the previous years.

i. ENGLISH AND URDU VERSION OF QUESTION PAPER

The Language of questions should be simple, precise yet chaste. The Urdu version should be equally good and it must correspond with the English version.

j. OTHER IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS

The Paper Setter should also comply with the following instructions particularly:

(1) To give at the bottom of the OFFICE COPY of the question paper in case of questions and extracts full reference to the books from which they are taken, indicating the edition used and the page on which they occur.

(2) To enclose the question paper in the special envelopes (inner covers) provided for the purpose and the inner covers should be properly sealed and the particulars on the covers duly completed and then both the covers, the OFFICE COPY and PRESS COPIES, should be put in cloth lined envelope which should also be seated.

(3) To destroy any extra copy of the question paper framed by him and all rough drafts and memoranda connected therewith.

(4) To initial all corrections without exception.

(5) To sign at the bottom of each sheet of the OFFICE COPY of the question paper.

(6) NOT TO SIGN or mention their names at any place in the PRESS COPY of the Question Papers or on the inner cover.

(7) Finally the OFFICE COPY and PRESS COPY of each paper be tallied with each others as to see that there is no difference of any sort, between them, left unchecked.

k. DISTRIBUTION/ ALLOCATION OF MARKS

The marks assigned to each question are to be shown in the margin and these marks should total up to the maximum marks allotted for that paper.

l. SECRECY

Paper Setter should keep secret the fact of his appointment as a paper setter. Care should be taken that no indication of any kind is given to any person, directly or indirectly.

m. POWERS OF THE BOARD

The Board reserves the right to modify or not to list paper without disclosing reasons to the Paper Setter. However, decision will be taken on merit of the case by the Chairman.

n. SYLLABUS ORIENTED‑QUESTION PAPER

The question paper should cover the entire syllabus.

o. WEIGHTAGE AND NATURE OF OBJECTIVE TYPE QUESTIONS

The type of objective questions should be in the form of “Multiple Choice, and Short Answers” type questions. Each paper must consist of the following three types of questions:

(1) MCQs with weightage of 20%

(2) Short answers with weightage of 50%

(3) Essay type with weightage of 30%.

7.4 Assessment of Answer Scripts

a. All examiners i.e. Paper Setters, Head Examiners, Sub‑Examiners and Single Examiners will deem it a sacred duty to keep their appointment strictly confidential.

b. If any answer‑book or a packet thereof has been mis-delivered to an Examiner, he should at once report to the Controller of Examinations (Secrecy) and send the answer books to him without delay. All expenditure in this regard will be born by the Board.

c. When an Examiner foresees that owing to his illness or to any special circumstances, it would be impossible for him to finish the work completely to his satisfaction, he shall return the unmarked answer books to the Controller of Examinations (Secrecy) forthwith with a covering letter explaining the circumstances under which he is unable to do the job.

d. An Examiner should promptly communicate any change in his address to the Head‑Examiner and to the Controller of Examinations (Secrecy).

e. The Examiners should preserve with them all the documents relating to the correspondence regarding examination etc, for a period of six months after the declaration of the results, which may be called if needed by the Board.

f. Answer books should be dispatched by registered post to their destination with full consideration to economy and speed. Test installments should be sent to and returned by the Head Examiner to the Examiner invariably by registered post or in person if both are at the same place.

g. Except in the case of parcels delivered by the Sub‑Examiner to a Head­ Examiner or vice versa by hand, the answer books should be tied securely with string and then packed in durable cloth and sealed. While sealing the packet great care should be taken to ensure that there is no possibility left for removing the answer books without breaking one or more seals or tearing the cloth. The sealing wax should be impressed on all sides at distances of not more than two inches.

h. Award lists and answer books may be delivered personally or through a reliable messenger to the office in case the Head Examiner/ Sub­ Examiners reside in Islamabad/ Rawalpindi. It is however, important that all answer books delivered at the Office should be sealed in the same manner in which they should normally be sealed, if sent by post. Conveyance charges will be paid as admissible under rules.

i. Each page of the Award List, should bear the signature of the Sub­ Examiner, the Head‑Examiner, and the Assistant to Head‑Examiner (Checker). Blank page must not be signed at all. The blank space may be crossed (struck off) to eliminate the chances of postscripts.

j. A Head‑Examiner who is not entitled to engage Assistant shall send all the answer‑books as well as their awards to Controller of Examinations (Secrecy) directly. The packets containing answer‑books must invariably be subscribed “TO BE CHECKED IN THE OFFICE”. These answer‑books shall be checked in the office by the Checking Assistant appointed by the Controller of Examinations in consultation with the Chairman.

k. Examiner shall report to the Controller of Examinations (Secrecy), by name, the case of a candidate who:

(1) communicated or attempted to communicate with him by any means with the intention to influence him in the award of marks and/ or pressurized him or threatened or used other unfairness for that purpose.

(2) uses obscene language in the answer book.

(3) marks in his answer‑books particular identification or signatures, which tend to identify his answer book or help to reveal his identity.

(4) in his/her opinion has copied his/her answer or any part thereof from another candidate or from any book, material or other source.

(5) has attached to his/her answer book a paper not belonging to his/her answer book or to the continuation sheet/ supplement normally supplied by the Superintendent.

(6) replaces his/her answer book/ examination sheet or makes any attempt to do so.

(7) has removed a leaf or its part thereof from the main answer book or the continuation sheet (supplement).

(8) has in the opinion of the Examiner used any other unfair means.

Such reports shall invariably be accompanied by the answer‑books concerned. In the general lot of answer‑books sent to the Head‑Examiner a duplicate copy of the report sent to the Controller of Examinations, in case of k. (3 to 8) may also be attached with the answer‑book concerned.

l. There is no rule of “dropping” a paper, even if a candidate has crossed a portion or all of the answer‑book, the same may be assessed ignoring the intention of the candidates from treating it as having dropped the paper.

7.5 Instructions for Sub‑Examiners

a. The sub‑examiner on receipt of answer books shall: ­

(1) examine its seals and if the cover or the seals are found to have been tampered with, remove the contents without breaking the seals and dispatch the empty cover immediately to the Controller of Examinations (Secrecy) with full report.

(2) arrange the answer books in serial order and compare the roll numbers on the answer‑books with the. roll numbers given in the invigilators reports supplied along with answer‑books, keeping in view, the roll numbers of the absentees. In case any discrepancy is detected, the Sub‑Examiner shall report their details to the Controller of Examinations (Secrecy) at once.

(3) acknowledge the receipt of answer books under registered cover to the Head Examiner as well as to the Controller of Examinations (Secrecy) in a proper form supplied by the Office.

(4) proceed to examine and mark test installment of 15 answer‑books, and dispatch the same, within 48 hours of receipt of the packet, to the Head‑Examiner for checking. This approved test installment will be treated as a specimen of standard of the assessment and should be retained by the Sub‑Examiner for reference, till the entire work is completed and it should be dispatched to the Head‑Examiner along with the last installment of the answer‑books.

b. A Sub‑Examiner, who fails to receive any intimation about the test installment from his Head‑Examiner within five days after dispatch to the Head‑Examiner should communicate this fact to the Controller of Examinations (Secrecy).

c. Whenever the marks recorded originally on the title page of answer‑books are to be altered subsequently for any reason, the original marks should not be erased or over‑written. The Examiner should draw a line crossing the marks to be corrected in such a way that what has been cancelled is still legible and then post fresh marks in place of the corrected ones, and put his signatures against the cancelled ones.

d. Each answer book should bear the signature of the Sub‑Examiner at the appropriate places provided for the purpose.

e. The Sub‑ Examiner should send the assessed answer‑books necessarily in two installments at suitable intervals to the Head‑Examiner within the prescribed time. Award‑lists be sent along with the last installment in the following manner.

(1) The Sub‑Examiner at the end of assessment shall send immediately, Award-III to the Assistant Controller of Examinations (Secrecy) by name.

(2) The Sub‑Examiner after sending Award‑III to the Board’s office shall send the award‑II and award‑I (Controller’s copy) directly to his Head Examiner in a sealed cloth bound envelope.

(3) In Case of single examiner Award‑I, II and III shall be sent to Board’s office in three different sealed envelops viz Award‑III to ACE (Secrecy) by name, Award‑II to Deputy Controller of Examinations Secrecy by name and Award‑I (Controller’s copy) to Controller of Examinations (Secrecy) by name.

(4) The Head Examiner shall send Award‑II and Award‑I (Controller’s copy) to the Board office in separate sealed packets, addressing Award‑II to Secrecy and Award–I Controller of Examinations. If Sub‑Examiner fails to send the results in time, automatic deduction of Rs. 5/‑ of each day of delay for first week and Rs 15/- per day during next week and Rs 50/- per day thereafter shall be made from his remuneration. The answer‑books of test installment shall be sent alongwith the last installment.

f. When the entire scripts have been evaluated the marks be written in ink, or in red or blue pencil, on the title page prescribed for marks. Fractional award of mark on individual question should be avoided.

g. All particulars of award lists must either be filled up in the handwriting of the Sub‑Examiner or type written personally by him. In the later case he shall certify by signing a certificate to that effect.

h. The marks obtained by the candidates should be written in figures and words against the corresponding Roll Numbers only. The marks in the total column of the answer books should tally with the marks written in the award‑lists. Similarly the marks written in words and figures in the award list should also tally.

i. The Roll Numbers of absentees should be marked as “Absent” in award‑lists.

j. Whenever a Sub‑Examiner after consultation with the Head‑Examiner finds it necessary to re‑examine the whole lot of the relevant award lists, then he should prepare fresh and send it alongwith the original to Controller of Examinations (Secrecy) with the word. “Cancelled” written between bracket lines across the sheet (in red ink), which has been cancelled.

k. An award once recorded in the award list is not to be altered subsequently. If it is unavoidable to correct a clerical mistake, the examiner should draw a line crossing the award to be cancelled in such a way that the award which has been cancelled is still legible, and then write the correct award in place of the cancelled one and put his signature on the margin against the corrected item.

l. Occasionally there may be a difference of opinion between the Head and the Sub-Examiner, but as a rule in all cases of such difference of opinion, the Sub-Examiner will carry out promptly, the instructions of the Head‑examiner. However, the Sub‑Examiner, after complying with the instruction of the Head-Examiner will bring it to the notice of the Controller of Examinations (Secrecy), stating reasons where he thinks that the marks awarded by the Head‑Examiner differ from his awards by 5 or more marks.

m. The Sub‑Examiner at the end of assessment shall report :­

(1) the opinion of the Sub‑Examiner on the general quality of the answer books examined by him.

(2) any special points that he would like to bring to the notice of the Head Examiner or the Board.

(3) Any improvement he would like to suggest for making the examination system more efficient

n. Sub‑examiners will be penalized to the extent of Rs100/‑ per mistake in case of (1 to 6) and Rs20/- per mistake (7 to 11) they commit mistake of the following nature:

(1) Answer left unmarked.

(2) Allotting of more marks than the maximum

(3) Mistake in totals.

(4) Counting marks of over attempted questions.

(5) Wrong transfer of marks to the award list.

(6) Marks in words and figures not tallying.

(7) Answer‑book left unsigned.

(8) Number of pages of award lists left unsigned

(9) Correction left un-initialed.

(10) Where the subject, date, Code No. of Examiner and Code No. of Centre in the award list of Examination are left blank.

(11) Cases in which entries are mixed up

o. In case, the Sub‑Examiner makes excessive or frequent mistakes, he is liable to be removed from the list of Examiner-ship.

p. The following time limits are allowed to Sub‑Examiners for marking answer books:

100 or less answer books 7 days

101 to 200 answer books 10 days

201 to 300 answer books 15 days

The time limit is counted from the date of receipt of the packet of answer books by the Sub‑Examiners. All automatic deduction as per para e. (4) above per day of delay shall be made from the remuneration of the defaulter.

CAUTION: The job of a Sub‑Examiner is most important as it is his quality of work which is the basis of candidates result. It may be kept in mind that no injustice is done with any one and standard of marking, should be very independent, impersonal, fair, impartial and objective and no sort of favoritism, over‑award and under‑award may be afforded. The Sub‑Examiner works on behalf of the Board and is therefore supposed to be the most trusted person. If he becomes a party of personal in approach, he may not only lose the confidence of the Board, but also may not have good name in the department he belongs to.

7.6 Instructions for Head Examiners

a. If the Head‑Examiner and Sub‑Examiner are based at the same place/ station, they may first have meeting together, discuss the paper, decide the marking pattern, based on instructions received from the Board, and then do model marking, before proceeding to mark the test installment.

b. The Head‑Examiner on receipt of test installment from sub‑examiners shall:

(1) return the delivered installment received by him to the Sub‑Examiner within 48 hours and give instructions on margin where necessary;

(2) inform the Sub‑Examiner to proceed to examine the answer books conforming to the standard indicated by him in the test installment and

(3) if necessary issue new instructions to the Sub‑Examiner and ask him to submit another test installment of 15 answer books and suspend further marking till his new test installment is approved.

c. In case of parcel delivered either by local Sub‑Examiner personally or through a messenger, due care should be taken to see that the packets are properly sealed in the same way as these are sealed when sent by post. In all cases where a Head‑Examiner suspects any tampering with the parcel, he should invariably report the matter immediately to the Controller of Examinations (Secrecy) and Sub‑Examiner. He will proceed further in the light of instructions given by the Controller of Examinations (Secrecy).

d. The Office will issue subject‑wise marking instructions for the Sub‑Examiner prepared by the Paper Setter/ Head‑Examiner immediately after conclusion of the paper. If necessary the Head‑Examiner may issue supplementary instructions for marking to his Sub‑Examiners, conforming the instructions received by the Board.

e. After four days from the date on which the Sub‑Examiner received packet of answer‑books, the Head‑Examiners shall promptly report to the Controller of Examinations (Secrecy) the names of all Sub‑Examiners allotted to him who have failed to submit their test installments by that time.

f. If the Head‑Examiner finds that the Sub‑Examiner has failed to maintain proper standard and has not followed the instructions properly, the Head‑Examiner may call Sub‑Examiner, give him instructions personally and warn him that if he does not assess the scripts according to Head‑Examiner’s instructions. He will be obliged to assess the scripts himself and report the matter to Controller of Examinations (Secrecy). In such a case, remuneration of the Sub‑Examiner could be forfeited and he shall be liable for disqualification for future appointment. An intimation to this effect should be sent to the Controller of Examinations in advance. TA & DA shall be paid by the Board on proper certification of Head‑Examiner for journey performed by the Sub‑Examiner.

g. The Head‑Examiner should maintain record of all the Sub‑Examiners and mark their progress in the register. Individual delay may be reported to the Controller of Examinations (Secrecy) for necessary action.

h. The Head‑Examiner shall see that the Sub‑Examiners have filled‑up all the forms that are required to be filled up under the rules at the time of dispatching the installment. The work of a Sub‑Examiner should not be considered complete unless all the concerned forms have been duly filled in.

i. The Head‑Examiner should personally verify that the Sub‑Examiner has strictly, in accordance with instructions, made all corrections in the award‑list which is signed by him.

j. The Head‑Examiner shall send within fifteen days of the submission of the last installment of results, the following documents:-

(1) A Confidential Report Form of Sub‑Examiner.

(2) His own report on the general quality of answer‑books examined by him, by the Sub‑Examiners as received by him.

(3) Individual report of the Sub‑Examiners received by him.

(4) Payment Chart relating to the remuneration of Sub‑Examiners, his Assistant and to himself.

(5) Contingency bill on the prescribed form.

(6) Certificate accounting for all the answer‑books received from the Sub-Examiners.

k. Memorandum forwarded to the Head‑Examiner by the Sub‑Examiners should be preserved by the Head‑Examiner for a period of six months after the declaration of the results and should be produced on demand from the Controller of Examinations (Secrecy).

l. The Head‑Examiner shall pack the answer‑books examiner‑wise and roll number‑wise, and dispatch them, duly sealed, to the Controller of Examinations immediately after the submission of last installment of award‑lists. Before forwarding any such packet the Head‑Examiner shall make sure by personal verification that each answer book is complete in all respects viz:

(1) The marks of individual questions and the total number of marks obtained by the candidate have been duly entered on the title page.

(2) The answer book has been duly checked by the Assistant to the Head­ Examiner as signified by the signature of the Assistant appearing on the title page.

(3) All queries and points of difference, if any, in respect of the awards relating to the answer‑books have been finally settled between the Head­ Examiner and Sub‑Examiner concerned and;

(4) Shall forward a certificate showing that he has actually re‑examined 10% of answer books excluding the test installment to ensure that there is no rushing through the scripts and the assessment is balanced and fair and that he has satisfied himself that the answer‑books have been examined by the Sub‑Examiner concerned according to the prescribed procedure.

m. A Head‑Examiner who has three or more Sub‑Examiners working under his supervision may appoint one Assistant for performing the duties.

n. Head‑Examiner who is entitled to have Assistant, should recommend to the Controller of Examinations (Secrecy) persons who are eligible for such appointment. It should be clearly understood that Head‑Examiner shall be held personally responsible for any Irregularities Committed by his Assistant. Name of trustworthy persons only should be recommended for the appointment. However, the appointment of Assistants will be made by the Board only.

o. The Assistant to Head Examiner should be at least a graduate person who have already worked as Assistant to Head‑Examiner in one of the examinations, conducted by any other Board/ University or in education department may be given preference for appointment. Provided that:

(1) he is not an employee of the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Islamabad or an employee of a Board/ University in Pakistan.

(2) he is not a student on the roll of an affiliated institution.

(3) he is not a Sub‑Examiner for the Examination.

7.7 Time Limit:

(1) Three days are allowed to the Head‑Examiner for revision and checking of answer books.
(2) The time limit shall be counted from the date of receipt of the last installment from the individual Sub‑Examiner and not from all the Sub­ Examiners collectively.

7.8 Instructions for Single Examiner

a. Single Examiner should follow the instructions for Sub‑Examiner and Head‑Examiners wherever applicable. He shall be responsible in respect of the correctness of the totals etc.

b. The various charts, reports etc., which relate to his work are to be filled in by the Examiner himself exactly as they are to be filled by the Head‑Examiner.

These charts along with the relevant reports are to be forwarded to the Office within fifteen days after the completion of the work.

7.9 Instructions for Assistant to Head‑Examiner

a. The Assistant shall check each and every answer book along with its supplements. He will check the following:

(1) total has been correctly made.

(2) the marks in the interior of the answer script have been correctly reflected on the face page.

(3) all questions have been marked in required number and manner and that no question or its portion has been left unmarked.

(4) over attempted question(s) with lowest marks have been deleted.

(5) the signature of Sub‑Examiner has been affixed in relevant column of the answer book.

(6) marks in words and figure tally.

(7) all copies of award lists tally with each other.

(8) signature of Sub‑Examiner, Head‑Examiner are affixed in the relevant column of each award lists.

(9) the Sub‑Examiner has not given more marks for any question than the maximum of that question/portion thereof.

(10) he has brought to the notice of the Head‑Examiner the mistakes detected by him.

(11) he has put his signature at the appropriate place on the title of each answer book which he checked.

(12) the examiners, while recording any marks in words in the award list have added the word “only” after all awards which end at a zero and before all those which are less than 10.

(13) he has maintained a detailed record of all the mistakes detected by him and at the end of the work entrusted to him has forwarded it through the Head‑Examiner to the Controller of Examinations (Secrecy) on the prescribed performa alongwith the bill. He shall also communicate details of the mistakes to the Sub‑Examiner through Head‑Examiner concerned for his information.

(14) the top of answer‑book in each parcel submitted by a Sub‑Examiner bears the Code No of that Sub‑Examiner.

b. At the end of the work the Assistant shall submit to the Controller of Examinations (Secrecy) details of the number of answer books checked by him duly certified by the Head‑Examiner and showing that in the opinion of the Head‑Examiner the Assistant concerned performed his duties satisfactorily.

c. Full remuneration shall not be paid to the Assistant whose work is found deficient/unsatisfactory. In all cases of unsatisfactory work the deduction from the remuneration entitled to him be made as determined by the Controller of Examinations (Secrecy), who may forfeit his entire remuneration besides disqualifying him for future appointment.

Note: Information provided here are for general knowledge purpose only. There is no guarantee of accuracy. For up-to-date and accurate information please visit relevant official web sites.

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  • Sisters on strike against Ganga Ram Hospital Lahore Medical Superintendent MS
  • KIPS students awarded at Alhamra Lahore
  • CM takes notice of admission policy of University of Karachi
  • Five new AIDS diagnostic centres in Sindh soon in Sindh
  • Aga Khan University Examination Board hosts annual high achievers awards ceremony
  • Water contamination causes 40% deaths in urban areas: moot told
  • Sindh Culture Day on 7th December 2014
  • Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah tells Education Department to prioritise development schemes
  • World AIDS Day today: Campaign ‘No syringe – need life’ launched
  • Forman Christian College Lahore turns 150 with varsity status
  • ‘System being improved for doctors’ rapid promotions’ in Punjab
  • Too much exercise can be a bad thing
  • Reforms in health sector top priority: Chief Secretary Punjab
  • Misbehaviour with polio workers not to be tolerated, saysPunjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif
  • Children’s Literature Festival Lahore concludes
  • The Environment Protection Foundation (TEPF) organises tree-plantation campaign: 450 students turn St Joseph School into a green campus
  • ‘Efforts being made to provide health facilities to masses’ in Punjab
  • Children’s Literature Festival Lahore: ‘Books and education can ease intolerance, extremism’
  • Three children die as school bus plunges into drain in Lahore
  • Three polio workers beaten up in Lahore
  • Children’s Literature Festival kicks off
  • Ivory Emporium to hold exhibition of vintage scarves next month
  • Work of Dr Aijaz Anwar, Anwar Ali showcased at the House of Nanna
  • 4,495 students given laptops in district Rawalpindi
  • Health department Punjab seeks 800 employees for polio campaign
  • Technical Education & Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) offers 16 new courses of 3 to 6 months duration
  • 5 dialysis machines donated to HFH – Rawalpindi: Organisation of Graduates of Rawalpindi Medical College (RMC)
  • Bio Sciences Dept hosts Alexander von Humboldt Alumni reunion – Forman Christian College FCC University FCCU Lahore
  • Punjab University Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran stresses to value oriental languages, literature
  • Geographical Information System (GIS) students’ protest baseless: PU spokesman
  • University of the Punjab Lahore 123rd Convocation on Dec 27, 2014
  • Need to pay attention to control traffic accidents: Zulfiqar Cheema – University of the Punjab Lahore
  • Another feather in the cap of University of the Punjab Lahore: “PAKISTAN’S FIRST INTERNATIONAL PATENT” (In the field of Industrial Enzymes) Discovery of a novel and extraordinary enzyme for food industry
  • 3rd Faculty Training Program at MMG in Collaboration with LID-HEC – University of the Punjab Lahore
  • National Outreach Program (NOP) organized a seminar in collaboration with IAS (Institute of Administrative sciences) P.U on Sat 22nd November, 2014 on “Breakthrough thinking -Market Driven opportunities”
  • Change in university culture not possible without training: Punjab University Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran
  • Punjab University PU to bear expenses of injured student
  • Punjab University College of Earth and Environmental Sciences (CEES) organizes seminar
  • Punjab University Centre for South Asian Studies (CSAS) PU CSAS organizes seminar
  • World Television Day 2014 mark at Punjab University Institute of Communication Studies PU ICS
  • Hungarian Ambassador calls on Punjab University Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran
  • Punjab University Institute of Social and Cultural Studies PU ISCS organizes seminar
  • Visit of Punjab University Lahore delegation to Bielefeld University, Germany
  • Punjab University Institute of Social and Cultural Studies ISCS seminar on interview techniques
  • Punjab University Institute of Social and Cultural Studies PU ISCS organizes seminar on women harassment
  • Medical Entry Test (Entrance Test; MCAT) Answers Key for Admission to MBBS and BDS in Medical and Dental Colleges of Punjab Pakistan Administered by University of Health Sciences UHS Lahore Held on August 31, 2014
  • Result of Matric SSC-2 (Secondary School Certificate Part 2; Class 10th) Annual Examination 2014 of all Boards of Punjab Announced on July 25, 2014: Bahawalpur Board, D.G. Khan Board, Faisalabad Board, Gujranwala Board, Lahore Board, Multan Board, Rawalpindi Board, Sahiwal Board and Sargodha Board
  • Special summer classes in Rawalpindi colleges
  • Turkish contribution to education in Pakistan hailed
  • Punjab Education Foundation (PEF) providing free education to 1.5m needy students
  • AIOU to introduce PhD degree in mass communication
  • Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) organises seminar on safe blood transfusion
  • Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) to hold int’l woman and child health conference
  • HEC bailout package- Immediate bailout package for HEC sought
  • Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) asked to stop registering colleges
  • Govt universities appointments – SHC stays key appointments in govt universities
  • Sindh University launches mini hospital
  • USAID awards scholarships to Sindh students
  • Over 850 schools in Thatta, Sujawal closed
  • NEB exam must for medical graduates from Cuba:Pakistan Medical & Dental Council PM&DC PMDC
  • Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) upgrades its website
  • Punjab University Lahore at 1,613 in world ranking, PA told
  • Groundbreaking Ceremony ofLahore University of Management Sciences LUMS Coca-Cola Aquatic Centre
  • Lahore University of Management Sciences LUMS Alumni Reunion in Australia
  • Lahore University of Management Sciences LUMS Receives Service Appreciation Award at ‘Service Punch – 2014’
  • Lahore University of Management Sciences LUMS RWES Wins Dunya TV Shadow Budget Competition
  • EO Workshop on Personal Finance for Entrepreneurs at REDC LUMS
  • Punjab University organizes special lecture on Urdu
  • Youm-e-Takbeer a memorable day: Punjab University Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran
  • Punjab University Institute of Quality & Technology Management (IQTM) organizes National Symposium
  • Punjab University Urdu Department organizes Seminar
  • IJT doing negative politics: Punjab University spokesman
  • Dengue totally under control, says minister of Punjab
  • Govt to focus on promotion of quality education: governor
  • Dengue website of Punjab gets 67,800 hits
  • All Pakistan Women’s Association (APWA) condemns stoning of pregnant woman
  • Saida Waheed College of Nursing (SWCON) of FMH observes Nurses Day
  • Medical graduates returning from Cuba land in miseries
  • ‘Favouritism’ hits Punjab University Geography Department recruitments
  • Govt of Punjab to increase education, health budgets in next fiscal
  • Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) to launch shariah PhD, MS programmes
  • Chinese language course concludes atConfucius Institute of National University of Modern Languages (NUML)
  • Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) to start cessation clinic in first week of June
  • 76 young professionals ready to attend United States Educational Foundation in Pakistan (USEFP) scholarships
  • No Tobacco Day observed at Benazir Bhutto Hospital BBH Rawalpindi
  • Literary festival held to remember Parveen Shakir
  • Smoking kills 100,000 Pakistanis every year: Health experts for increased taxes on tobacco in budget 2014-15
  • Millions of Newborn Deaths Reported (Listen to audio report)
  • Melinda Gates Pushes to Curb Newborn Deaths
  • Melbourne Declaration Released (Listen to audio report)
  • CIA: Vaccination Programs Won’t be Used for Spying
  • WHO: Conflict, Inequality, and Economic Exclusion Threaten Health Gains
  • UN investigator: Unhealthy Food Taxes Vital to Fight Obesity
  • CSS screening test – CSS screening test ill-devised move? – Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC)
  • Summer vacation from June 1 in Punjab educational institutions
  • 500 private schools not teaching Sindhi to students: Khuhro
  • Higher Education Commission (HEC) asked to continue financial grants to universities in Sindh
  • Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology (SSUET) semester exams from May 26
  • Government College University’s Endowment Fund Trust (GCU-EFT) awards Rs 8 million scholarships to 235 students
  • Botanic Garden of Government College University GCU Lahore turns 102 years
  • REDC Holds Programme on Problem Solving and Decision Making Skills – Lahore University of Management Sciences LUMS
  • Punjab University Institute of Applied Psychology (IAP) organizes special lecture
  • Punjab University Institute of Agricultural Sciences (IAGS) 3-day International Conference concludes – International Conference on “Stress Biology & Biotechnology: Challenges & Management
  • Punjab University Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics organizes exhibition on ecosystems
  • Punjab University Institute of Communication Studies – Book on Shorish Kashmiri a source of inspiration, Dr Noshina
  • Punjab University Institute of Social & Cultural Studies (ISCS) – No society can prosper without empowering women, Dr Zakria
  • Indian delegation visits Punjab University Lahore Department of Urdu
  • Punjab University Directorate of Students Affairs organizes Bilingual Declamation Contest
  • Research on agriculture a must to feed world’s population: Punjab University Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran
  • Punjab Univreity organizes Sufiana/Arifana kalam and national songs competitions
  • Punjab University Lahore students win Team Trophy in Zestival-2014
  • Education For All EFA meeting vows to continue struggle for promotion of education
  • Mentally challenged patients abandoned by heirs – PIMH DMS says relatives do not follow up after admitting patient
  • SMS service launched for dengue awareness