of Examinations is Digital
Many institutions have recently opted out of the conventional pen-and-paper-based mode of examination to embrace the digital mode. However, conducting online (proctored or non-proctored) exams using digital technologies is not the same thing as embarking on a transformation journey of your examination management system. In fact, it’s just the beginning.The push factor for most institutions in India was the UGCs diktat that universities must hold exams - online, off-line, or blended – without any further delay to ensure the progression of students' academic future.
Online Proctoring Solution during COVID-19
While schools have taught their children how to do ‘things differently’– to learn differently, create and think critically, work in collaboration and independently, be curious to explore new opportunities , they have not been able to apply these learnings to themselves.Today, there is a disruption in the education system, but that should not deter teachers from meeting their students online – online sessions are more interactive and engaging and students seem more eager to attend the ‘virtual class – it can also help maintain some human-to-human connection, which we’re all craving right now.
Proctored Skill Assessments for Businesses who prioritize capability building during Covid-19
As businesses and educational institutes around the world postpone and cancel in-person meetings, e-learning is booming – classes and training programs are being conducted with the support of online collaboration tools, like Zoom, Google Classroom, Lark, etc. However, the question that looms large with the authorities is how to move assessments online, ensuring academic integrity and assurance. This has led to an unprecedented surge in the demand for automatically monitored (proctored) examination and skill assessments.
Your students can now write their exams from home, under the watchful eye of AI.
Homes have become the new test centers and AI the invigilator - students are nowwriting examinations from their respective homes while being monitored remotely via their webcam.Writing examinations remotely with artificial intelligence tools monitoring you during the process has become the new normal.Unlike a regular exam, which is conducted on pen and paper or on a computer in a designated test centre, online proctored exam involves students writing the examinations on their personal laptop at home.
Exams from Home will be the new normal!
While Lockdown 5.0 (Unlock 1.0) will be executed with some relaxation to boost the economy, educational institutions – stakeholders and parents - will exercise restraint in opening the doors of their institutions. How to conduct the semester examination is looming large on our minds? Alternative ways to administer examinations with the same credibility (or even more) than an onsite exams are being explored.
sequel to ‘ a room in Tikri”
Every morning there was an influx of domestic help and support staff to the urban dwellings surrounding Tikri. (Tikri is one of the many villages interspersed in the landscape of commercial complexes and corporate high rises grown off the rapid urban development in the outskirts of the millennial city – Gurugram.) Their children used to attend the nearby ‘anganwadis’ and public schools, but suddenly on the 24th of March 2020, all this came to a halt.
move your Exams Online Today!
Just like education has adopted learner-centric approaches to make learning effective, examinations and assessments are also becoming competency-based to appropriately measure the learning outcomes of students. Various school and college boards in India have progressively adopted an outcomes-based approach to improve the quality of education.
SEQUEL TO LEARNING IN LOCKDOWN
As of today, over 160+ countries have mandated temporary school closures, leaving ~1.6 billion children and youth out of school. Even prior to the “physical lockdown”, learning outcomes had been suboptimal . Teachers have remained trapped in outdated curriculum, and teaching methodologies have not been able to generate curiosity (to learn) in the minds of the learners.