Right to Inspect - 5/7 Disgruntled Examinee


By Kush Karla – Online RTI Writer, 23 December 2014

Disgruntled Examinee

When an examining body engages the services of an examiner to evaluate the answer-books, the examining body expects the examiner not to disclose the information regarding evaluation to anyone other than the examining body. Similarly, the examiner also expects that her name and particulars would not be disclosed to the candidates whose answer-books are evaluated by her.

In the event of such information being made known, a disgruntled examinee who is not satisfied with the evaluation of the answer books, may act to the prejudice of the examiner by attempting to endanger her physical safety. Further, any apprehension on the part of the examiner that there may be danger to his physical safety, if her identity becomes known to the examinees, may come in the way of effective discharge of her duties. The above applies not only to the examiner, but also to the scrutinizer, co-ordinator, and head-examiner who deal with the answer book.

Kush Kalra

Kush Kalra

Kush is a practicing lawyer at Delhi High Court. He graduated from Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab, India in 2012 and has authored a total of 10 books on Law within a year - a National Record!

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