Comparison of Assessment Practices in Public and Private Universities at Post-Graduate Level
It was a survey research about comparison between public and private universities evaluation and students’ registration process at post graduate level. The study aimed was to found the data about examinations process and admission standards at post graduate level in both public and private universities. Interviews with the controller of examinations and registrars of the sampled institutions served as the tools for data gathering. The main conclusions were that the sampled institutions met all necessary criteria, including those for basic resources, human capital, and other facilities, as set forth by the Higher Education Commission. It was examined that the examination process in both sectors were slightly different in terms of students’ admission, registration and timing. It was concluded that private sectors were giving registration opportunities to those who were interested to enrolled in morning or evening classes at least twice a year, while public universities were giving registration opportunities once in a year and mostly at morning or noon timing. In terms of research, a notable distinction was found between these universities. In contrast to public institutions, the process of research oversight in private universities moved quickly. Universities may make their teaching and learning environments more student-friendly. Malpractice, nepotism, and favoritism may not exist among the university's administrative and instructional employees.
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