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proctor

1. a member of the teaching staff of any of certain universities having the duties of enforcing discipline
2. US (in a college or university) a supervisor or monitor who invigilates examinations, enforces discipline, etc.
3. (formerly) an agent, esp one engaged to conduct another's case in a court
4. (formerly) an agent employed to collect tithes
5. Church of England one of the elected representatives of the clergy in Convocation and the General Synod
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He congratulated the office bearers of newly established proctorial board and stressed that it should not be limited to install badges only on their pockets but it has put heavy responsibilities on their shoulders, therefore, they should try their level best to fulfill the responsibility in good possible manner.
While, on the basis of this report, University officials first decided to give clean chit to the Dalit students in August, the same report was later used by the Proctorial Board to punish them in December.
This reinforces the teaching effectiveness explained in terms of style, technology aid, faculty expertise, proctorial system, feedback mechanisms and so on.
An ugly scene was created on the campus on Wednesday morning when university proctorial board tried to block media persons from talking to students and teachers over the issue.
To implement the agenda points, he said it was suggested during the meeting that a Proctorial Board for Narcotics control should be made in each university which will be comprised of Chief Proctor from faculty of the university, one staff proctor from each department, one lady teacher to monitor female hostels and two senior proctors.
The proctorial and tutorial systems were also introduced.
In Lam v The University of Sydney, (178) a student enrolled in the second academic year in the Faculty of Medicine came before a Student Proctorial Board on charges of misconduct under the University by-laws.