invigilation


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Noun1.invigilation - keeping watch over examination candidates to prevent cheating
superintendence, supervising, supervision, oversight - management by overseeing the performance or operation of a person or group
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
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مُراقبَة سَيْر الإمتِحان
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overvågningtilsynsføring
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invigilation

n (Brit) → Aufsicht f; to do (the) invigilationAufsicht führen

invigilate

(inˈvidʒileit) verb
to supervise students while they are doing an examination. I am going to invigilate (the candidates) (at) the English exam.
inˌvigiˈlation noun
inˈvigilator noun
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Beena Jacob, a school teacher in Sharjah, said: "I got messages on Whatsapp that said that the paper has been leaked after I finished invigilation.
The commissioner directed the invigilation staff to extend the best facilities to students during exams.
He directed invigilation staff to refrain from bothering the candidates unless there was a strong reason.
Accompanied by DC Nadir Chatta, the commissioner directed the invigilation staff to extend all required facilities to students and those who found violating rules of examination should be dealt strictly.
Non -teaching staff will not be assigned invigilation duties in schools and colleges.
PESHAWAR -- The candidates, who recently appeared in a test of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Public Service Commission for the posts of town municipal officers (TMOs), have expressed concern over alleged irregularities and demanded of the provincial government to conduct the test again and ensure strict invigilation.
However, over 2,000 daily-wage teachers have refused to perform invigilation duties or to check and mark the papers.
The spokesman said that some elements at SU-affiliated collages dislike due to personal vested interest recent reform initiatives launched by SU that include containing use of unfair means during annual examinations and award of invigilation duties to varsity and college teachers strictly in accordance with the varsity rules and policy.
We deal with a number of cases involving testing, assessment, examinations and invigilation.
The literature presents some serious issues of examination system regarding invigilation, paper setting, dissemination of results, curriculum coverage related to validity and reliability, paper setters' training, guideline for examiners, paper marking and result preparation (Greaneyand Hassan as cited in Hoodbhoy, 1998; Mirza, 1999).
Authorities said the failure rate was due to strict invigilation at examination halls.
Our Lady's Grammar told how it regretted the incident, adding: "There has been no suggestion of any breach of examination or invigilation protocol by the school.