• Cost Effective: A University with 100 programmes spends ₹ 1-2 crores every year for Only for Question Papers alone@ Rs.1000 per question paper. Spend just a fraction of this once to resolve all these issues.
  • Quality Assurance: Provision for Question Bank vetting by experts.
  • Distribution of Work: Different User Roles allow sharing of responsibility.
  • Standardisation and Validation: Bloom’s Taxonomy and difficulty levels ensure that all the question papers generated adhere to basic standards.
  • Accreditation-friendly Features: Incorporation of Best Practices recommended by accreditation and assessment agencies like NAAC, NBA , NIRF and ABET. Supply of question banks to students and digital repositories of old question papers are best practices. Contributes to KIs of Accreditation Evaluation like Student Performance and Learning Outcomes, IT Infrastructure. Faculty Empowerment Strategies as Best Practices.
  • Implementation support by expert academicians.
Controller of Examinations
  • Super Easy: Generates Question Papers and Answer Keys in LESS THAN A MINUTE.
  • Confidential: Controller of Examinations can generate Question Papers as and when needed, to avoid problems like question paper leaks.
  • Secure: Restricted access with features like IP and Biometrics.
  • Transparent: Random selection of questions ensures transparency.
  • Coverage of Syllabus: Blueprints ensure intelligent distribution of entire syllabus.
  • Repetition Control: Same topic repetition in one question paper is automatically ruled out. Repetition from previous question papers also can be controlled at desired levels.
  • Multi-purpose: Can be used for all exams – Internals, Model Exams or Main Exams.
  • User Friendly: Very simple process of structuring Question Paper Patterns and formatting question papers.
  • Any Time Exams: Examinations like Supplementary exams may be conducted without delay.
  • Add the questions and answer key once and reuse them forever.
  • Only 200+ questions are needed in a course, to generate question papers with sufficient randomness.
  • Set difficulty levels, importance levels, application levels and Bloom’s taxonomy classification for each question.
  • Optionally use Teaching/Student Assistants for question entry.
  • Scientifically evaluate specific skill and outcome attainment levels of students accurately.
  • Update the question bank to support changes in the syllabus.
  • Motivate students to prepare for the entire syllabus and discourage selective study.
  • Facilitate better teaching as it becomes more creative and involved.