A carbonless sheet or carbonless copy paper is a replacement for carbon paper. The carbonless OMR sheet consists of two sheets of paper one above the other.Carbonless OMR sheet consists of sheet coated with special dye. The special dyes are used to take make an impression on the second paper whenever there is an impact created on the top paper. Examination centre will generally retain the first paper, and second paper will be taken by the candidate with the tine carbonless coating with the replica of the sheet he has done in the examination. This replica which can be taken by the candidate after the examination can be used for future reference in case of any problem. Such practice will show the clarity of examination and the liability of the exam increases. The color of the both papers can be different from one other so that the candidates are not taking wrong paper.
The physical properties of the two carbonless papers are about 180 gsm.To be specific the first sheet is of 150 gsm thickness, and second paper is of 65 gsm thickness.
In some cases, both the first and second paper is of 90 gsm thickness.
The costs of the carbonless paper are costlier than commonly used carbon papers. These type papers are generally used for highly sensitive exam.
The costs of the carbonless paper are costlier than commonly used carbon papers. These type papers are generally used for highly sensitive government exams.
To avoid malpractices in highly sensitive and important government recruitment processes.
To tackle with cases of double marking and to determine negative marking.
To facilitate revaluation in case the student’s evaluation and the evaluators evaluation does not match.
While the examination bodies process the results by matching the data collected from the sheets with the answer key, the candidate can also evaluate his performance by himself.
Sometimes, mischievous practices lead to unnecessary revaluation requests. Such situations can be conveniently handles by referring to the carbonless sheets taken for evaluation.