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1.0 In this modern day, the use of Information Technology (I.T) in educational institutes and private organization is very common. In educational institutes, you will find presentation software, course websites and internet facility. Due to automation, the work is done by computers; it makes work easily, faster and reliable as compared to manual way of working. I.T is growing day by day, Still we fail to provide proper I.T assistance to education industry. At the time of examination, we still follow the same old method of collecting questions from different lecturer, arranging them in paper order. Yet, we are not able to prevent the drawback of same repeated question paper. Online examinations, sometimes referred to as e- examinations, are the examinations conducted through the internet or in an intranet (if within an organization), for a remote candidate(s) most of the examinations issue results as the candidate finish the examination, when there is an answer processing module also include within the system. Candidate is giving a limited time to answer the questions and after the time expired, the answer paper is disabled automatically and results displayed on the screen immediately.
1.1 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
The present problems associated with the conduct of manual examination are:
(a)Inadequate examination halls
(b) Impersonation in the examination hall
(c)Leakages of examination questions
(d) Delay in the release of student results.
1.2 OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY
The primary objectives of this research are:
(a)To design and implement an online examination administration system.
(b) To explore the possibility of conducting a national e- examination.
(c)To remove all paper works in the examination process.
(d) To curtail examination malpractice.
1.3 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
The study, when completed will be help to keep the record of students who are willing to write exam or tests. It will also store all the data related to examination, like questions exam details and exam schedule, more importantly, the study can save data at real time. If any problem arises, it will store all the data at the same time so that there is no loss of data. The online examination information system is beneficial for any educational institution who will implement it, for example computer science department, UCP. The system can help them to evaluate the students’ knowledge and skills.
1.4 SCOPE /DELIMITATION OF THE STUDY
This research work is restricted to objective based/multiple choice based online examination access of online examination, instant result checking and print out.
1.5 LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY
The following are the limitations of the study:
(a) The generation of admit card is one of the limitations which would require a lot of effort as huge number of students would be writing examinations.
(b) Understanding the concepts and fundamentals behind information examination online.
(c) Supports only multiple choices and no theory.
(d) No image support, so certain question in certain courses which need images or diagrams cannot be asked.
1.6 DEFINITION OF TERMS
I.C.T is an acronym that stands for Information and Communication Technology. It is concerned with the storage, retrieval, manipulation, transmission or receipt of digital data. It includes any communication device or application encompassing, radio, television, cellular phones, computer network hardware and software, satellite system etc.
Web-Based Application:Is software package that can be accessed through the web browser. The software and database reside a central server, rather than being installed on the desk top system and is accessed over a network.
Database: Is a collection of Information that is organized so that it can easily be accessed, managed and updated.
Module: A Module is a discrete unit of functionality which can be compiled, ran, tested debugged independently.
Electronic Examination (E-Exam): Is a system of allowing student to take examination using the computer on real time.
Internet: Is a global system of interconnected computer networks that use the standard internet protocol suite (Tep/IP) to serve several billion users worldwide.
I.T: Is an acronym for Information Technology. It is the branch of engineering that deals with the use of computers and telecommunications equipment to retrieve, store and transmit information.
E-Learning: Is the use of any electronic technology to aid in the acquisition and development of knowledge and understanding.
Intranet: Is a computer network that use internet protocol technology to share information operational systems, or computing services within an organization.
Examination: Is a feedback mechanism that confirms that a learnerunderstands to a limit, what a teacher or an instructor teaches.
Online: Means connected to a system.
Data: Data is a raw fact that can be stored processed by a computer.
UCP: Is an acronym for Uyo City Polytechnic.
Web Browser: Is a software application used to locate, retrieve and also display content on the World Wide Web, including web pages, images, videos and other files.
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