• Online Exam
    the subject, to easily share the world-wide instructive resources, to give students distance learning and conduct online examination at anywhere in the world. Online examinations have become a cost-effective and popular means of assessing student knowledge. However, it is difficult to make a fair online...
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  • concept of examination malpractice
     THE CONCEPT OF EXAMINATION MALPRACTICE Examination malpractice has been defined variously by many authors; some ten (10) definitions/views are presented here: (i) Chukwuemeka (1982) referred to examination malpractice as violation of examination rules and regulations by candidates. (ii) Aliyu...
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  • Examination System
    India’s examination system is faulty, say experts Tue Apr 21 2009 04:49:49 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time) by IANS ( 2 comments ) New Delhi, April 21 (IANS) Calling the Indian examination system faulty, education experts at a seminar Tuesday said the system of examination here fails to create questioning...
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  • Thesis
    new ideas and the invention of new techniques. As day passes by new inventions and discovery occur which help as one of the greatest development in our modern society through modern technologies where in the technology is the scientific developments that aid in the problem solving and extend human capabilities...
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  • Examination Reforms
    Examination reforms: Introduction * Our education system is universally criticized for a number of gaps in our examination system. * It is criticized for not keeping pace with the demand of the outside world, for not being scientific and comprehensive for not considering the practical skills...
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  • Ghost Story
    Examinations are tests for evaluating a student's knowledge. The present system of education ignores the student's individual skills and intelligence. Parents and teachers judge a student's potential through examinations. The Indian system of education is based on the pattern set up by the British. Nothing...
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  • Docuko
    education, implementations of Lan-based Examination Systems such as manual Examination Systems are mostly applied in the different institutions here in the Philippines. But most of these institutions are using manual system in terms of administering Entrance Examination, which is very time consuming, unorganized...
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  • Network Coding
    Indian examination system Examinations are a necessary evil. It is quite understandable that whenever we put in hard work to make successful any venture we wait for some time to see or guess the results that might have been achieved or might possibly be achieved. It is in this context that examinations...
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  • Chapter 1
    man’s way of living. It has transformed our simple communications devices into advance but user friendly devices. Advancements in the IT field can be seen through the development of computers and internet. Computers and internet nowadays are very essential in our lives. People young or old, working, studying...
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  • Education Is Not a Mere Matter to Pass the Examination: Discuss
    EDUCATION IS NOT A MERE MATTER TO PASS THE EXAMINATION: DISCUSS INTRODUCTION PURPOSE OF EDUCATION OUTDATED SYSTEM OF EDUCATION EXAMINATIONS-TOOL FOR EVALUATION OF STUDENT'S PERFERMANCE CONCLUSION Education is a fundamental human need. Parents strive to ensure that their children get...
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  • Software Development
    Automated Examination System Title of the thesis: Automated Examination System Acronym of the thesis: AES Name of the Adviser: Melinda I. Compio Name of the Group: D’AIM Stem The Researchers Regina D. Jianoran Renzo A. Lagason Jaime I. Compio Mariel M. Barola AUTOMATED EXAMINATION SYSTEM ______________________ ...
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  • Examination System
    (Our examinations system) Outline: 1. Decline in the standard of education 2. Fault lies with the faulty examination system 3. Only a test of memory 4. Causes worry but not induces students to work hard 5. Teachers are over burdened 6. Profitable business 7. Need to change the system The standard...
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  • Examination Stlye
    Examination System in Pakistan Current Practices, Problems and Possible Solutions Compiled by Prof. Dr Wazim khan IER University of Peshawar. Note: Material/Adopted/Compiled from different Examination Documents for the purpose of Presentation. The process of educating and examining the growing...
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  • Upsr and Pmr Examinations Should Be Abolished
    UPSR and PMR examinations should be abolished Education is an ongoing and continuous process to develop knowledge, skills, mores and norms. Napoleon Hill states that education comes from your within, you get it by struggle, effort and thought. According to the Oxford Paperback Dictionary and Thesaurus...
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  • Thesis for Enrollment System
    answers. This system can benefit students and teachers. Starting with a student are lazy in taking their exams that they need to write their answers in the test paper. For the teachers this will lessen their time in doing the exams and checking the test papers of the students. The system was developed...
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  • Enrollment System
    students in our country. The Philippines is one of the countries with a huge population of students. Even the number of foreign students who have chosen to study here is extremely increasing, which leads to the need of computerization processes in schools, primarily with Entrance Examination. It gave...
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  • Computerized Entrance Exam System
    performance in the entrance examinations conducted annually by various High Schools. The gradual degeneration of the conventional examination system manifested in frequent leakage of question papers, manipulation of marks, copying and use of unfair means by all involved. Entrance examinations have been devised...
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  • asdsadasd
    eTablet-Aided Examination System Proponents: Borbe, Joven Buising, John Michael Marbeau Relos, Rachelle Dear Respondents, Good day! We as fourth year students of Laguna University are currently working in our research entitled “Laguna University eTablet-Aided Examination System” as a...
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  • Innovation in Edu. Sys and Exam Reforms
    SPONCERED NATIONAL SEMINAR ON Gandhi Thought, Anna Movement and Our Education (March 4, 2012) Organized by: MAHARAJASHIJ BHAGVATSINHJI ARTS & COMMERCE COLLEGE-GONDAL TITLE: - INNOVATION IN EDUCATION SYSTEM AND EXAMINATION REFORMS AUTHOR: - MS. ABHA B KALAIYA PGDBM (MARKETING), NET...
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  • Exam Malpractice
    avoid frustration and the embarrassment associated with failure have made students engage in examination malpractices and thus have threatened the very foundations of our educational system. Examination malpractices which started off as a minute issue has over the years grown into a full fledge...
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