Prevent fraud and impersonation

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Prevent fraud and impersonation

The mechanism to examine trainees’ work and prevent cheating and identity fraud at the institute involves multiple electronic systems developed specifically for this purpose. These systems operate cohesively to generate intelligent reports regarding student monitoring through various electronic procedures. These include several aspects like assignments, participation in discussion rooms, attendance during tasks or exams, and the count of daily logins in trainees’ private rooms via the system, among other features such as:

  1. Activating Weekly Discussions: Ensuring that students demonstrate understanding and effectively submit assignments, with oral discussions and discussion rooms of relative importance within the course grades.


  1. Checking Recurring Semester Works: Ensuring work is original and based on personal efforts.


  1. Monitoring Electronic Learning System Entry: Recording and tracking students’ logins and full lecture attendance times.


  1. Supervising Exams: Allowing entry with a coach or monitor’s presence, with specific timeframes for entering and leaving exams.


  1. Independent Question Bank: Creating standalone tests using computer-based standards covering the learning outputs that must be addressed, maintaining the same level of difficulty for all trainees.


  1. Prohibition of Copy-Paste: Utilizing the Lockdown browser feature that prevents copying and pasting, also prohibiting the use of unauthorized programs.


  1. Discussion and Content Review: Discussion of assignments by course instructors or a committee to ensure the work is free from deception or cheating.


  1. Tracking Movements and Facial Recognition: Using captured images of students to monitor their actions, and recording all devices used to access electronic systems to ensure student participation from the registered location.


Firstly: Violations

Violations include:

  1. Impersonation for test attendance or seeking others to take the test.
  2. Any behavior negatively affecting the test’s process, whether intending to cheat or for other reasons.
  3. Disrespectful behavior towards peers or test proctors, accessing test questions before test start, or accessing answers after the test’s end time.
  4. Cheating during tests, such as unauthorized communication or access to information sources during the test.
  5. Disclosing or attempting to disclose test questions or answers to another student.
  6. Attempting to use unauthorized materials or devices during the test.
  7. Failure to comply with test instructions given by the test supervisor.

Secondly: Penalties

Violators may face one or more of the following penalties:

  • Warning and deprivation from future courses.
  • Considered failing in some or all test subjects.
  • Cancellation of previous test results.
  • Ban from taking tests for a period not exceeding a year.

Trainee Commitment to the mechanism and systems for preventing cheating and identity fraud.

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