Candidates should have access to a smartphone or computer, internet access and email ID. The duration of the exam is three hours out of which 30 minutes will be to make sure that all the answers are uploaded. There will be five questions for each paper and students will have to log in at the given time to get the questions. Each question will be given in a gap of 30 minutes, which the candidates have to use for writing the answers. The answers should be written in A4 size paper and scanned copies should be uploaded before answering next question. This method is used to avoid copy-pasting content from the web.
Cusat controller of examinations Benjamin Varghese said that the questions will not be direct from the textbook. “The students who have no access to the digital facilities at home can utilize facilities at respective departments/colleges if they inform in advance,” said Varghese.
A five-minute viva will be conducted soon after the exam through videoconferencing for each student to ensure that no malpractice has been done.