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In these QNA exercises, some funny practices are, no time frame to close; and the question setter himself is the judge: the fundamental wrong in jurisprudence is nobody should b the judge in his own case. For this no one takes this forum seriously, as many members are complaining from time 2 time; and lastly, the question-setter himself commends the very first answer giver as very good; can we members evolve a good practice between ourselves?

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Asked by Ramesh Dash, 16 Feb '13 12:47 pm
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I think its right to be the judge ourselves for the questions asked by us. What if someone else is the judge and you dont like the answer chosen to be the best, then it would be a matter of debate again.
Answered by Shikha Aggarwal, 16 Feb '13 01:07 pm

 
  
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Itni lambi chaudi baat, mere to palle na padne ki
Answered by Psycho, 16 Feb '13 12:49 pm

 
  
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When the rules are clear, meaning is comprehensible, one cannot complain it to be funny. The meaning of best answer is not to be put in absolute scale or its selection process be cumbersome. your line ....................................... the fundamental wrong in jurisprudence is nobody should b the judge in his own case........................ is not true as in many cases the statutes made under Constitution have created positions who have executive as well as quasi-judicial authority. A person has to switch over to the appropriate mode to discharge is functions. n my opinion, the best answer selected by the questioner suffers no infirmity as far as the concept is concerned.
Answered by soumyen sarkar, 16 Feb '13 11:50 pm

 
  
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To your first complaint that there's no time frame, well, not everyone is free at the same time to participate on qna...secondly, according to you the question setter should not judge the answers he receives to his question....well, if he doesn't judge, who would ? How would the other person know what exactly the questioner meant to ask? Thirdly, as you said no-one takes the forum seriously and that there have been complaints by the members from time to time.....is totally wrong! If at all there were complaints in the past, they were not for these peculiar reasons ... your last complaint that the question setter commends the very first answer as the best is rather queer .... no one does that unless he receives more answers to compare with ....
Answered by aruna v, 16 Feb '13 02:44 pm

 
  
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But the question setter is the judge of the answers given by others not of his own; so does it amount to '' judge in his own case''
He knows best what he had in his mind when he had asked the qn.
I think, it is not the practice to judge the first answer as the best unless all answers are exactly the same.
Answered by Om Shrivastava, 16 Feb '13 12:53 pm

 
  
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If nobody should be the judge in his own case, then who will it be?? Do you think that the sea of questions that are posted will then be awarded BA in time? The moderator has no time to look into the malpractices here do you think they have time to judge the answers?? And I feel that the questionner is the best judge to award BAs.. sometimes the answer is so apt that it is given BA.. and Let me assure u that as a very old member, most of the people are already following a good practice here.
Answered by Juliana, 16 Feb '13 12:50 pm

 
  
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This is not any field for competition, just a c hannel to bring out your knowledge and know how to all the members.MaRKS ARE ALLOTTED ONLY TO GIVE THE MEMBERS AN ADDED INTEREST IN PARTICIPATION.
Answered by ts, 16 Feb '13 01:04 pm

 
  
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Yes,we live by these practices
Answered by anil garg, 06 Mar '13 07:19 pm

 
  
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