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Patna University to go paperless for exams

Updated on Sat, 19 May 2012 at 19:35 IST
Patna University, Patna

Patna University has been planning to implement paperless exams from next session in its ambitious modernization steps. Patna University has already introduced computerized evaluation from this year for degree examinations.

According to the Vice Chancellor, Shambhu Nath Singh, the university will be setting up a large hi-fi examination hall with a seating capacity of 6000 students. Each seat will have iPad fitted in it. The iPad will record the answers and upload to central server for evaluation purpose.

This will be help in reducing the manual work thus expedite timely publication of results, and on the top of it make the system fully transparent.

 
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