NITIE harnesses mUniCampus tool to conduct its exams online

06th May 2020
NITIE harnesses mUniCampus tool to conduct its exams online

Mumbai, May 6 2020: The National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE), has teamed up with leading education technology company mUni Campus to successfully conducted  its  final examination with live proctoring. 
Students of  the  Post Graduate Diploma in Industrial Engineering (PGDIE); Post Graduate Diploma in Industrial Management (PGDIM); Post Graduate Diploma in Industrial Safety and Environmental Management (PGDISEM) and  Post Graduate Diploma in Manufacturing Management (PGDMM) took their exams  on  May 4 at 10 PM.
NITIE opted fo mniCampus's r mUniParkisha - a tool for conduction of online examination like multiple choice questions, descriptive questions and answers based exam, assessment and viva exam.
Fuller details of how the exam was conducted  are here in our e-Learning section
Says Prof Manoj Kumar Tiwari, Director, NITIE “Personally, I am very impressed by the details and every aspect of mUniParisksha features. mUni team has excellent domain knowledge of education field and have understood all the challenges faced by an educator and institution in conducting examination. mUni has developed Pariksha which meets and in some areas exceeds the requirements of an institution in terms of traditional examinations. Congratulation to the entire team of mUni for their efforts in making Pariksha available to us at such a short notice”
Added Bhupesh Daheria, Founder, mUni Campus: “Our goal is to help the educators and institutions to manage this unprecedented crisis and provide unified digital infrastructure for seamless experience of imparting end to end education. We have developed a very innovative way of doing the examination at large. It is secure and highly scalable with live proctoring.We are providing mUniPariksha online examination solutions following the guidelines of UGC. Success with NITIE has paved a way for conduction of online subjective examinations even during the lockdown for over 950 universities. This has a potential to help millions of students enrolled for higher education in India.”