According to article 1 of the Regulation on Examinations at Higher Education Institutions, an exam is a method by which students' knowledge or practical skills are assessed during and after an educational course. Subject to the provisions of article 5 of the regulation, examination committee of a university is responsible: to ensure orderly examinations; to cooperate in conduct of timely exams; to assess students’ attendance sheets and identify those eligible and ineligible for exams; to review and assess exam papers in order to ensure they are relevant to the course and teaching materials; to receive and addresses complaints regarding examinations; to report on exams to the academic council and senior management; and lastly to assess the exam day and report about any shortcomings to the management. Ghalib University has established one main examinations committee that functions at the University level and several other sub-committees at the faculty level.
University Level Examination Committee:
Members of this committee are 10 to 15 who are selected by the academic council of the University from among the lecturers of different faculties.
Vice chancellor for students’ affairs or one of the active members is appointed as chairperson of the committee upon approval of the Chancellor. Members of the committee include the following:
Membership duration and how meetings of the examination committee are convened:
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Faculty level examination committees:
The examinations committee at the faculty level include 3 to 5 members who are lectures and members of cadre. Members include the following:
Membership duration and how meetings are conducted:
Roles and Responsibilities of the faculty level examinations committee: