+2 e-Evaluation: 40% Teachers apply for Leave

Bhubaneswar, April 06: The e-evaluation papers of plus two science began on Saturday. However, the question was raised on the error-free evaluation as 40% examiners have applied for leave on medical ground.

The Higher Education department called a meeting on Sunday to sort out the issue and decided to take action against the examiners if they would not resume their work on Monday.

The department ordered the principals of the concerned colleges to reject the leave applications of the examiners and asked them to join in the evaluation process and strong action will be taken if found them absent at the evaluation centres.

A total of 4,000 teachers were shortlisted for the e-evaluation of the papers.

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