A comparative study on student's perception towards online assessment vs traditional assessment (Offline mode) with reference to post graduate students in various colleges in Chennai city
Mariyappan N, Mariyammal N, Sathish Kumar S
The Indian education sector is growing because to technological advancements. It makes it possible to overcome distance and scale obstacles. Many universities and educational institutions have begun to employ technology in a variety of activities, including Online Admission and Management. Test paper generation, secure distribution of exam paper to separate centers, administering the exam, collection of answer sheets and passing those answer sheets to examiner for verification, moderation of the answers, and result declaration are all part of the current examination procedure. The traditional examination method is time-consuming, and the procedure of announcing the results is sometimes delayed. Another disadvantage of this old method is that it relies on human labor, making it prone to errors. The offline exam is a method of administering tests that uses an offline question paper and OMR-based answer sheets. Complete questions are delivered to students in the form of question sheets, together with an OMR answer sheet for marking the answers.