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A supervisor especially of an examination or dormitory in a school.
tr.v. proc·tored, proc·tor·ing, proc·tors
To supervise (an examination).

[Middle English procutor, proctour, university officer, manager, from procuratour; see procurator.]

proc·to′ri·al (-tôr′ē-əl) adj.
proc′tor·ship′ n.
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Spenlow's proctorial gown and stiff cravat took Peggotty down a little, and inspired her with a greater reverence for the man who was gradually becoming more and more etherealized in my eyes every day, and about whom a reflected radiance seemed to me to beam when he sat erect in Court among his papers, like a little lighthouse in a sea of stationery.
It is registered with the proctorial board which forwards the complaint to us after preliminary inquiry," inspector Ramesh Yadav of Lanka police station told Mail Today.
This reinforces the teaching effectiveness explained in terms of style, technology aid, faculty expertise, proctorial system, feedback mechanisms and so on.