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Title: Automated examiner allocation system for Kenya National Examination Council
Authors: Charles, M.
Taruru, L
Keywords: Automated examiner
Issue Date: Apr-2011
Publisher: Kampala International University. School of Computing and Information Science
Abstract: This study about examiner allocation system was conducted at Kenya Examiuation council in Nairobi. It was clearly observed that the current allocation system is time and resource consuming and also not convenient due to repetition of examiner to the same centre they were allocated last season, thus creating the need for a system that will automatically allocate examiners. An administrator receives exams from different centers and forwards them to examiners for marking and then they forward the results to administrators. Data collection was achieved by use of interviews, observation, reading and questionnaires. Implementation was done by use of PHP, MySQL, CSS and HTML. The system can automatically allocate examiners to centers without repeating or sending an examiner to the same center he/she marked the previous year. Also an examiner can’t mark more than one subject. Authentication is also put into consideration whereby the system validates the inputs where the administrator the only one responsible for adding, editing and allocating examiners and centers
Description: A project report submitted to the school of Computer Studies as a partial fulfillment of a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science of Kampala International University
Appears in Collections:Bachelors’ Degree in Computer Science

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