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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.
Chairperson Prof Gazi Mohammad Asmat, Prof Ali Azadi, Prof Manzurul Kibria, and Associate Prof Rasheda Chowdhury were freed two and a half hours later following assurance from the proctorial body.
The Proctorial Board of the University found the student guilty of posting a public message on social media abusing and questioning the credentials of Prof.
Total, percentages are not equal to 150 and 100 as multiple answers are present Table 5: Measures suggested to prevent ragging Characteristic Pre-test Post-test Proctorial board 1 3 ARC/squads (ARS)/patrols 15 130 Control room 0 22 Booklet containing important telephone 0 13 numbers of security/admin, etc.
While the varsity's proctorial committee was first given the task to probe the issue, a day later it was replaced by a high- level committee.
He was addressing to the proctorial meeting of the University held here on Wednesday at the University auditorium and added that good character gave respect to human being and added that selfless service to humanity should be their objective.
The Proctorial Board and the Executive Council of the University had taken action against the students despite the fact that medical examination report of Susheel Kumar had also ruled out serious injuries.