Exam Cell

Examination cell is responsible for the conduct of end semester university examinations.The chief exam superintendent is in charge of exam cell. He is assisted by the assistant exam superintendent and exam coordinators from each department. The activities of exam cell include conduct of examinations, communication with University, assigning and instructing invigilation duties, filing of malpractices, packing and despatch of answer books.

Chief Exam Superintendent

Dr. Anil K Jacob





Assistant Exam Superintendent

Mr. Karthick V





Department Coordinators
1ArchitectureMr. Shiras C M, Professor
2Artificial Intelligence & Data SceinceMs. Vishnupriya M V, Assistant Professor
3Civil EngineeringMs. Remya M S, Assistant Professor
4Computer Science & EngineeringMs. Haseena M K, Assistant Professor
5Electronics & Communication EngineeringMs. Nasrathul Nisha, Assistant Professor
6Electrical & Electronics EngineeringMs. Syama P S, Assistant Professor
7Information TechnologyMs. Sumiyath O, Assistant Professor
8Mechanical EngineeringMr. Ullas Parambath, Assistant Professor
9Master of Business AdministrationMr. Deepak M, Assistant Professor
10Master of Computer ApplicationsDr. Geevar C Zacharias, Assistant Professor
11MathematicsMs. Ashna O P, Assistant Professor
12Science & Humanities Mr. Shibu N G, Assistant Professor
13Office ClerkMs. Sakeena Kabeer
Duties and Responsibilities of Invigilators
  1. Invigilators should report at the exam cell not later than 8: 45 AM for the FN session and 12.45 pm for the AN session (1.30 PM on Fridays) on their days of invigilation.

  2. Invigilators should reach the exam hall at least 15 minutes before the commencement of the exam.

  3. Invigilators have to verify the following before leaving the exam cell for the conduct of exams

    1. The number of answer books is the same as the number of students listed in the display sheet.
    2. Information on the barcode is matching with the student details and subject on the display sheet
    3. Attendance sheets are sufficient for pasting barcodes as per the student's list.
  4. Invigilators should be present in the examination hall during the entire duration of the examination.

  5. They are responsible for maintaining general discipline in the examination hall 4nd should inform the Chief/Deputy Superintendent of any incidents/difficulties encountered during the conduct of the examination.

  6. They should ensure that any undesired materials brought by the candidates are left outside the examination hall.

  7. As soon as the students are seated, invigilators should warn the candidates about the possession of mobile phones, smart watches, programmable calculators/digital diaries or any electronic devices or equipment of any other kind or scripts/notes in coded form/manuscripts or any other material from which answers could be copied.

  8. Invigilators should ask the students possessing such devices to place them at a location specified before the start of the exam.

  9. Invigilators should check whether each candidate has a valid college ID card and hall ticket issued by the University and admit only those who possess these items of evidence. If a student is unable to produce a hall ticket due to the non-delivery of the hall ticket by the exam cell to the student, the invigilator should contact the exam cell immediately for clar4ication regarding the eligibility of the student to write the exam. It should also be ensured that nothing is written or scribbled on the hall ticket.

  10. The following instructions should be announced to the students:

    1. Check the answer scripts and ensure that it contains 32 pages. Additional answer sheets will not be provided.
    2. Do not write anything other than specified on the cover page of the answer scripts.
    3. Do not write names or register numbers anywhere on the answer scripts.
  11. Question papers should be distributed to the candidates seated when the exam commences.

  12. Invigilators should see that all the fields on the facing sheet of the answer book (such as question paper code, date of exam, alphanumeric code, name of exam, course code, course name, etc.) are filled up without any mistakes by the student.

  13. Invigilators should check whether the candidates have written the register number and name in the space provided in the question paper and announce that nothing else should be written on the question paper.

  14. Barcodes should be pasted on the answer books as well as attendance sheets with utmost care after verifying the register number and the name of the student.

  15. Absentees should be marked on the display sheets as well as attendance sheets. Barcodes of absentees should be compulsorily pasted on the attendance sheets. Signatures of students should be obtained on the attendance sheets. The absentees should be marked only after the first 30 minutes of the commencement of the examination.

  16. No candidate should be allowed to enter the examination hall 30 minutes after the commencement of the examinations and leave within 60 minutes after the commencement of the examination.

  17. The question paper from candidates who leave the hall more than half an hour before the end of the examination should be collected.

  18. Invigilators should remain vigilant during the examination and promptly take action when malpractice cases occur.

  19. Announce, five minutes before the close of the examination, 'last five minutes'.

  20. When the examination time is over, inform the candidates to stop writing and strike off the unused pages of the answer scripts.

  21. Collect and arrange the answer scripts returned by the candidates at the end of the examination in the proper order for each course/subject and tally the same with the attendance of the candidates.

  22. The answer scripts should be handed over to the designated staff in the examination cell.

  23. Hand over the answer scripts confiscated due to the malpractice of the candidates separately, without mixing those with the regular answer scripts.

  24. Invigilators are prohibited from engaging in any other work in the exam hall other than invigilation-related duties.

  25. Invigilators should not operate mobile phones during the invigilation period. They can use mobile phones only for communicating with the exam cell if some emergency arises. Invigilators should not use any type of electronic gadgets while proctoring inside the exam hall. Strict action will be taken against invigilators who violate these instructions.

  26. Invigilators should focus their attention on the students who are writing the exam. They should not divert their attention to activities and sights outside the exam hall.

  27. The invigilator should not leave the examination hall during the time of the examination without prior permission of the Chief/Deputy Superintendent. In case of emergency, the invigilator should obtain approval from the Chief/Deputy Superintendent before leaving the examination hall. They can leave the exam hall only when a substitute from the exam cell becomes available.

  28. No one should be allowed to enter the examination hall while the invigilator distributes question papers. Latecomers should be allowed to enter the hall only after the distribution of papers.

  29. The invigilator should collect the Authorizations submitted by the students and pass them on to the examination cell at the end of the examination.

  30. Candidates without valid hall tickets should not be allowed to enter the hall unless there is written permission from the Chief Superintendent/Deputy Superintendent. No candidate should be allowed to write more than one examination without a hall ticket unless permitted by the University.

  31. The invigilator should not give any clarification to the candidates regarding mistakes in the question paper, insufficient data, mode of answering, etc unless instructed by the exam officials.

  32. If a candidate wants to use the restrooms during the examination, the invigilator should request the Chief/Deputy Superintendent to provide an official from the exam cell to accompany the student to the restroom.


Invigilators are requested to read thoroughly the instructions related to malpractices given by the university..If the invigilator notices that any candidate is indulging in copying or possessing a manuscript or answer scripts. other than that of the candidate/any written material on calculator/geometry box/scale etc., the invigilator should immediately take in his/her possession the candidate's answer scripts, question paper, and the materials which were used or intended to be used for copying and should immediately report the same to the Chief/Deputy Superintendent. The Invigilator should give a new answer book to the candidate and permit him/her to continue the examination. The invigilator should not allow the candidate to leave the examination hall until the Chief/Deputy Superintendent comes to the examination hall and takes over the situation. Malpractices should be recorded in the appropriate form along with a statement from the candidate in the presence of the Chief/Deputy Superintendent. If the candidate refuses to give a statement, he or she cannot be forced to give a statement. Under such circumstances, the fact that the student is unwilling to give a statement should be recorded by the Chief Superintendent in the presence of the invigilator If a candidate voluntarily surrenders books, notes, or papers in his/her possession to the invigilator or any other member of the supervisory staff before the question paper is distributed, no action may be taken against the candidate.

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