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GUIDELINES FOR EVALUATING TYPED TEXTS DURING TYPING TEST UNDER 1ST RLST(NT), 2010
GUIDELINES FOR EVALUATING TYPED TEXTS DURING TYPING TEST
UNDER 1ST RLST(NT), 2010
1. The Evaluation System has considered only the Correct Words Typed by the candidates
2. The Numeric Figures e.g. 1988, 4554 etc have been counted as one word.
3. If a candidate has typed punctuation marks giving a SPACE between the last word of the Sentence or Clause (whichever the case may be) and the punctuation marks then the System has ignored the word.
For example :
Given Text : India is a great country. [ Number of words : 5]
Candidate Typed : India is a great country . [Number of correct words:4]
4. Formula used for Giving Score :
Let for a given Region R ( R = Eastern/Northern/Southern/Western/South-Eastern )
The number of Candidates appeared for the Computer Typing Test : n
The no. of correct words typed by the ith candidate be Xi (Where i=1,2,3, ….
The maximum no. of correct words typed by a candidate in a particular region R be Xmax
The Full marks for the Typing Test : 20
Then, the Score awarded to the ith Candidate is Si = (Xi X 20)/ Xmax
5. There is no award for Partial Mistakes. Any mistake has been considered as
6. The following errors will be marked as Full Mistakes
a. For every substitution of words/figure by a wrong one.
b. For every addition of a word/figure are found in the passage. However, addition of a group of words in place of one actual word will be marked as only one full mistake.
c. For every spelling error committed by way of repletion or addition or transposition or omission or substitution of a letter/letters, e.g., The word ‘wonder’ typed as wonder, wonder, wounder, wonders etc.
d. Spacing errors. Where no space is provided between two words, e.g. ‘Ihave’, or undesired space is provided between the words or letters of a word, e.g. ‘I have’ ‘I h ave’ etc
e. Punctuation errors : Where a punctuation mark is omitted or added or substituted by another.
f. Paragraph errors : Where the space left before starting paragraph or between paragraphs is not uniform.
g. Wrong Capitalization : Wrong use of capital letter for small letter and vice-versa.