The examination timetabling problem depicts a major activity for academic institutions. An increasing number of students enroll in University, a wider variety of courses and increasing number of degree courses contribute to the growing examination timetabling problem to cater for major constraints required by universities. In this paper, we present a real-world examination timetabling dataset at Aligarh Muslim University that will be used as a future benchmark problem. In addition, new objective function that is used for attempts to spread exams throughout the examination period. This function involved in both timeslots and days assigned to each exam for differenent courses. It is different from the often used objective function from the literature that only considers for timeslot adjacency.