WAEC (West African Examination Council) hold unified examination annually within its member countries, namely, Nigeria, Ghana, Senegal, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. Every spring and summer, about 2.2 million candidates take examinations in 15,000 test centers in Nigeria. The Council needs to develop a series of plans about location, time, subjects and frequency of examinations for each region to manage candidates. In the absence of an effective management system and supervision mechanism, the work of WAEC becomes complicated, inefficient, and unable to prevent problems like cheating and substitute examining, which seriously affected the normal work of WAEC.
With functions of RFID reading and writing and mobile data communication, Chainway Handheld RFID Reader realizes real-time access to the backend system. It helps achieve systematic storage and management of data such as subjects, time and location of examinations. It also realizes intelligent candidate identification so that invigilators can efficiently and precisely identify the candidates. This way can prevent candidates from cheating, substituting others to take in exams, and then upgrade the fairness of examinations.
P/N: C2000 Handheld RFID Reader
Functions: RFID, GPRS