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Welcome to Proctorial System
The Proctorial System is the process of paying personal attention to, and monitoring of, a Student’s academic progress in college hours and behavioural process outside the campus by a member of the Faculty, so entrusted with the responsibility. The proctor is an in-situ guardian for the Student assigned to him and shall be frequently in touch with the student, his father and / or mother, by Post / Mails / Mobile Phone.
If implemented through a conscious effort in an atmosphere without bias, the Proctorial System should enable realisation of the following Objectives:
To closely monitor the student’s progress in terms of his attendance, punctuality, performance and learning capabilities - as part of the curricular requirements,
To help identify, outside the curricular requirements, the student’s habitual deviations, attitudinal aberrations, utilisation of facilities and associative growth of personal attributes,
To provide an early warning system through the Proctor’s feedback on a periodic basis to the Heads of departments, Course Co-ordinators, Principal and Management on classified needs for their intervention and mid-course corrections,
To provide the fresher a sense of Security, bonhomie, elderly guidance, mentoring and in the process remove the feeling of distance from Home,
To enable the student to look to his proctor as a patriarchal/ matriarchal figure, guide and philosopher,
To bring in a sense of accountability of the student in his passage through the portals of the Acharya Institutes,
To provide the parents of the student a single window source of information about their children, and
In the process enrich the interaction so essential for the academic ambience embellished with a human touch.
Maintained By : Department of Information Science and Engineering, Acharya Institute of Technology, Bangalore-560090
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