New assessment platform

| | New Delhi

The Hughes Global Education, recently  announced the launch of its fifth generation online assessment platform; for  Interactive Onsite learning (IOL) platform in India.  Aimed at ensuring a fair, equal and standardised opportunity for each student, the new assessment platform comes equipped with inbuilt monitoring and recording features, developed to address the growing need of proctoring requirements across various partner institutions.

The assessment platform is intelligent enough equipped with semi AI features, it will not only capture data from audio and video feeds, but is also capable of detecting movements/noise, background distractions, and use of unfair means like collaborative cheating.

The system also couples with an advanced online assessment system. Students will be able to view answered, unanswered and marked for review questions in the grid while attempting the examination. The programme also aims at reducing accidental closures by students as coordinator  can only close the window through  password.

Hughes Global Education has collaborated with reputed institutions in India such as the IITs, IIMs, IIFT, XLRI and others to offer online education and training programmes on a large scale including specialised courses for working executives across leadership, management, banking, and finance areas.



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