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Mumbai University to use proctoring, device-neutral software for the exams

Mumbai University in its circular, has stated that there will be the use of proctoring or digital supervision, with or without a camera in order to conduct the examinations online.

Mumbai University to use proctoring, device-neutral software for the exams
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Mumbai University has issued guidelines with regards to the deployment of online software in view of the final-year examinations.

The University of Mumbai, in its circular, has stated that there will be the use of proctoring or digital supervision, with or without a camera in order to conduct the examinations online. This deployment will be held across 750 affiliated colleges for 2.5 lakh students. Moreover, the circular mentions that the software can be accessed on laptops, desktops or mobile phones, keeping in mind the convenience of all students.

Earlier on September 8, Mumbai University issued a circular regarding the organization of the examinations. Examinations are to be conducted at the college level in a cluster system. This means that there will be one lead college and 6 to 7 schools in the area. In this one cluster, examinations will be held one at a time, according to the schedule. Question papers will also be cluster wise. Students will receive instructions from their college regarding the same.

In addition, all the MU affiliated colleges will have to conduct an online survey in order to find out where the students are residing at present as a consequence of the lockdown, and what gadgets along internet facilities are available for each student in order to find out how many of them can appear for the online examinations.

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