Online GRE Exam Synopsis

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Online Ias Exam
INTRODUCTION

The Proposed Project is named as “WEB BASED CIVIL SERVICES PRILIMINARY EXAMINATION” where the exams are conducted through web. Computerizing and making online do the same task in better and efficient manner. Today the exams that are conducted manually are quite tedious for commissions that are Conducting as well as students. Hence, this is a step ahead to show that online exams are much easier to conduct, reduces the paper work and evaluation will be faster. Hence we are considering all the aspects of exams as online. In the examination the students have to answer two papers for the total marks of 450 in which both the papers are of objective types. One thing to be noted is, this exam is also called as screening exams, in which the students are selected into mains by counting the maximum marks scored by them. But, the marks are not included to the main exams. Paper 1 carries 150 marks i.e., General studies which includes vaster area of general science, current events of National and International importance, History of India and Indian National Movement, Indian and World Geography, Indian Polity and Economy and general mental ability. Paper11 carries 300 marks (one subject must be selected from the list of options). There are about 22 optional subjects, which are included in prelims. The project deals with registering the student’s Name, Reg. No., Date of birth, etc and then submission. Time duration is the same i.e., 2 hours as given when conducted manually. Timer will be set and at the end the mouse will be inactivated and students have to quit. The development staff work with customers and system end users to find out about the application domain, what services the system should provide, the required performance of the system, hardware constrains, and so on.

The acceptability of the system after it has been delivered depends on how well it meets the customer’s needs and supports the work to be automated. If the analyst does not discover the customer’s real requirements, the delivered system is unlikely to meet their expectation. To carry out requirement analysis, analyst must develop an understanding of the problem domain. The actual process used is often domain dependent. The main aim for the development of software is to conduct civil service examinations just similar to mock exams for practice so that they can get the feedback of their preparation for exams.

Existing System:
From the through study it is found that, the existing method of conducting civil services preliminary examinations are very tedious to both the commissions that are conducting and the students those who are appearing for. Here all the aspects of exams are conducted manually. It is time consuming, Evaluation will be later and results are expected later.

Proposed System:
To overcome these problems here is a package of computerizing the whole aspect. Computerizing and making online does the same task in a better and efficient manner. These exams are also called as Screening exams in which the candidates are selected to the main exams by considering the maximum marks secured by them. These marks is not counted for the main exams. In this preliminary exams the questions will be of objective types. Hence this is a step ahead to show that online exams are easier to conduct, Reduces the paper work and evaluation will be easier and faster.

Hardware Requirements Processor RAM Monitor Keyboard Mouse : : : Pentium IV 2GHz and Above 2GB RAM 15” Color Monitor

Software Requirements Operating System. Developing Tool Database Browser Server : : : : : Windows XP ASP, HTML MS Access Internet Explorer IIS 5

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