Csjmu Implements Digital Assessment Process | Kanpur News

Kanpur: Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University has taken a new step by implementing the digital assessment process for the 2021-2022 annual and semester exams. CSJM University claimed to be the first university in the state to implement digital assessment.
The implementation of the digital evaluation aims to ensure transparency, to gain credibility with students and to help with a good evaluation of the corrected copies.
CSJMU has also implemented digital assessment in its own campus and affiliated colleges. There are 15 assessment centers in Auraiya, Unnao, Raibareilly, Etawa, Fatehgarh, Farrukabad, Akbarpur, Kannuaj, Sitapur and Kanpur district of Uttar Pradesh. Institutions that are responsible for carrying out digital assessment work include Tilak Mahavidyalya, KK PG college, DN PG college, PSM College, Akbarpur Degree College, Firoz Gandhi Degree College, Sacred Heart Degree College, college of management studies, CSJMU (UIET-4 assessment building, MCA and BCA labs), SN Sen PG College, Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Kanpur Vidya Mandir, Axis college to name a few. To limit unfair practices, the CSJMU has integrated the locking system, which means that if the teacher does not perform any activity on the assigned laptop for 20 seconds, the answer copy will be automatically locked.
The digital assessment system has been designed so that a teacher cannot check more than 100 copies of answers per day. Teacher Pathak said that CSJMU provided teachers with proper training in digital assessment before the exam to prevent errors from occurring. Computer software automatically counts marks from the given page to avoid human error of counting marks, thereby reducing scrutiny.
He said the university provided the necessary equipment such as laptops and fast internet connection to the evaluators for smooth running. For more transparency and credibility of the digital assessment, teachers need their presence by biometrics and for authenticity, they must bring their original Aadhar card and STOVE map. He also said teachers vetted by the college principal would only do that assessment. So far about 4 Lakh response copies have been assessed.

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