AIT Public Supervisory Board and media representatives observe the exam process at Azerbaijan Institute of Theology
Members of AIT Public Supervisory Board and media representatives observed the exam process at Azerbaijan Institute of Theology (AIT). They visited the exam venues and observed the process held on separate subjects. The Board members and media representatives discussed students’ preparation for exams, compilation of questions and the exam process.
The Board and media representatives were informed about the exam process and their questions were responded. An Operational Exam Board were established to investigate and resolve dissatisfactions concerning exams, ensure that the 2019-2020 academic year’s summer exams are held in accordance with the relevant regulations and organize the session according to transparent and normative documents. The Board and media representatives were also informed that the exams will be held in written form, in some cases, in oral form. Exam dates were appointed at least with two days between them.
The necessary conditions have been created for the participation of public representatives as observers in the exam process to ensure the objectivity of the assessments of students’ knowledge. Suggestion boxes were placed in front of the examination venues.
The establishment of the Public Supervisory Board aims to control the activities of AIT, organize effective interaction between the Institute and the public, ensure transparency, protect the rights of academic staff and students and provide suggestions for the improvement of the performance.
The Public Supervisory Board members include Alimammad Nuriyev, Head of the Constitutional Research Fund, the member of the Joint Human Rights Group; Professor Shahlar Askerov, Educational expert; Nadir Israfilov, Educational expert; Arzu Nagiyev, Deputy Director General of Trend News Agency; Vugar Rahimzade, Editor-in-Chief of the newspaper Iki Sahil; Anar Yusifoghlu, Director of Department for Public-Political Programs at Azerbaijan Public Television and Radio Broadcasting Agency; Elshad Eyvazli, Director of Modern.az and Sevinj Garayeva, Correspondent of the Newspaper 525.