Federal University of Technology, Akure, FUTA examination for second semester, 2015/2016 academic session has commenced using the Computer Based Test [CBT].
In keeping with the trend of technological advancement prevalent in world class institutions; the Federal University of Technology Akure has commenced its second semester examinations for the 2015/2016 academic session using the Computer Based Test [CBT] at the Department of Computer Science in the University. Since its introduction the Computer Based Test which is designed for Departments with over 150 students has
Speaking at the examination centre where 100 level students were taking MTS 102 exams, the Dean of Students Affairs, Professor Boniface Alese said the Computer Based Test has been in place for over two years and has the capacity to accommodate over 3,000 students’ daily, infrastructure
He said the results are released promptly and sent to the various departments and has a zero percent failure rate because of professional expertise of staff handling the process. Corroborating him, Mrs. Olanike Akinduyite of the Computer Science Department said that the test teaches the students the essence of time management and also increases their mental alertness and enhances optimum performance during examinations.
The Registrar Dr Mrs Modupe Ajayi who was also at the venue described the administration of the CBT and conduct of the students as excellent. She praised the Alese led team for excellently delivering on its mandate through flawless conduct of the examination.