The Uncertain Times of Education

The Covid-19 has shaken the world, especially for the graduating class of 2021. There is anxiety about students’ career paths and plans- entrance exams are postponed indefinitely, board exams are canceled, and college options are becoming challenging to pursue. Moving all examinations online seemed to be the most logical solution.

Digiproctor is leading a revolution. A movement. Digiproctor is changing the way we conduct examinations. While educationalists have proposed new ways of assessing students (the 30:30:40 formula) – its efficacy is yet to be validated for admissions. The Common Entrance Examination needs to be conducted online, as administering it offline will lead to a catastrophic third wave of the covid-19 virus as lakhs of students from all over the country would be appearing for these exams.

Just like we have embraced Online Education, it’s time to move to Online Examination and ensure

DigiProctor stands out amongst as my most
preferred choice for online examinations
Professor Ganti Prasada Rao,
Professor Emeritus IIT, Kharagpur

Digiproctor allows the faculty to tag questions aligned to Bloom’s taxonomy - Recall, Understand and Apply. Once done, Digiproctor can, on the press of a button, automatically present the faculty with insightful analytics of the depth of the students learning - which can help faculty reorient their teaching as required.

Digiproctor Online Examination Management System is a complete multi-module, multi-role-based online examination solution to transform and transition end-to-end examination processes into a digital mode. It empowers you to move away from the conventional offline examination to a digital one.

The Institutes of National Importance in India have moved their examinations online. Digiproctor Online Examination Management System has transformed the examination body and migrated all the examination processes and stakeholders online - Trusted by Top IITs and IIMs for preserving test integrity.

  • Advanced AI technologies do a Face Map to verify students’ identity before they enter the test
  • Face Map algorithms run throughout the test duration to deter any attempts to Impersonate or cheat
  • They detect aberrant behaviour(s) and create a behavioural profile (based on level of trust) of each student.
  • Behavioural profile generates a ‘Trust Score’ that determines the student’s propensity to cheat
  • Students get alerts, and their non-compliant action get logged


  • AI technologies monitor every test session and give intelligence to the Human Proctor
  • Human Proctor can Chat/Pause Test/Reduce student's Test Credibility – the Trust Score
  • Proctor has the power to Terminate the Test in case of extreme non-compliance
  • 360-degree test room scan is initiated to detect mischief in the test room
  • AI -engine picks up all the ambient sounds automatically and flags the audio alerts


  • Trust Score is a dynamic parameter that measures students' propensity to cheat.
  • The Trust score of a student is derived from two parameters
  • The AI-Proctor: AI engines continuously monitor the students' test activity. They reduce the trust score when students break the test rules
  • The Human Proctor: Faculty members monitor their students during the test. They have multiple controls – like pause the test; chat with the student, scan the test room- to deter cheating. They can reduce the trust score and document the reason to do so.


  • Real-time, reliable data is available to help your students improve their performance.
  • Tagging of questions reveals granular details about the student's understanding of the subject and topic.
  • Questions designed on cognitive domains demonstrate how students can apply the knowledge gained.
  • The Human Proctor: Faculty members monitor their students during the test. They have multiple controls – like pause the test; chat with the student, scan the test room- to deter cheating. They can reduce the trust score and document the reason to do so.

Based on Bloom's categories, the student's performance provides faculty members insights into their overall level of skill/knowledge compared to learning objectives, which helps them tailor their classes as needed.

Digiproctor provides the Institution and examination office with the detailed question paper and test analytics, including (1) Kuder-Richardson Formula 20 (KR-20), which tests the reliability of the test, (2) Option Guessability, which tests whether the options in an MCQ-type question provide the necessary distraction to inhibit guessing, (3) Question Difficulty index which tests how tough the class found the question, (4) Question abnormality, which tests whether the answers to MCQ-type questions are appropriate.

Digiproctor is an online examination system designed to add value and make your examination process effective, productive, transparent, and credible. Educationalists feel an online exam is a viable option that ensures data security and preserves test credibility.