LittleMore Innovation (LMI) Labs has partnered with leading universities like Manipal University, IIIT-B, REVA University, NIMHANS to transform the examinations process by enabling end-to-end paperless examinations.
LMI Labs, pioneers and innovative thought leaders of Paperless Digital Examination working towards environment security through tech solutions have partnered with leading universities like Manipal University, IIIT-B, REVA University, NIMHANS and many more to transform the examinations process by enabling end-to-end paperless examinations.
Their product, DigiTaal, is a paperless Examination solution that is supported by a secure ecosystem PEXA, and a purpose-built device for writing examination (DigiTaal) which enables universities to conduct descriptive exams. LMI has conducted more than 1.5 million paperless digital examinations with zero loss of data and saved 20 million sheets of paper with its partner Universities.
The switch to Digital examinations has helped its partnering Universities to eliminate question paper leakage, curb other malpractices during examinations like candidate impersonation, disputes over evaluation and reassessment.
With a full-fledged development centre based in Chennai, LMI is working on making the examination process easier and more efficient in both developing and developed nations.
LMI aims to reduce the consumption rate of paper by targeting one of the largest sectors in India and the world – Education. The per capita consumption of paper in India amounts to over 13 kg a year. DigiTaal is a scalable, secure answer to this problem.
The benefits of switching to paperless examination are many. Some of them include: Eco-friendly; Cost effective; Time management: the exam process can be reduced by up to 75% and exam timings are strictly adhered to; Evaluation: Is always fair with no bias involved, fast turnaround and ease of evaluation from anywhere and transparency in assessment; Storage: All data is safely stored, making it easily accessible and saving space and paper.
The Paris Agreement signed by 179 countries, highlights the issues with regard to climate change. Saving paper created from deforestation, is the first step in achieving the goal for a green and sustainable nation by 2030.