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DA-IICTconducts online entrance tests at Reliance World

BS Reporter  |  Mumbai/ Ahmedabad 

Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication (DA-IICT), recently conducted its first ever online entrance examination for admission to its M.Sc.(IT) and M.Sc.(ICT in Agriculture and Rural Development) programmes at Reliance World, the nationwide chain of retail outlets managed by Limited (a Reliance ADAG company). The online entrance examination, which lasted for an hour was conducted at 29 stores spread across 14 cities in India. A total of 1011 candidates took the test online simultaneously.

Darayus Mehta, vice president and head—video conferencing & Corporate Sales, Ltd., said, "has a robust and proven online assessment engine that provides a unique platform for institutions to conduct online examinations in a controlled environment. Several organisations have been using our OLA service to evaluate potential candidates for jobs and conduct post-training assessment. Given Reliance World’s pan India presence, this translates into a win-win for the organisation as well as the test takers. Reliance World's Online Testing or Online Assessment (OLA) service is a quick, efficient and cost-effective way of filtering/assessing a large number of candidates simultaneously. Up to 10000 candidates can be assessed in a single day at the stores."

was established in 2001 in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, as an educational and research institution and part of the Reliance-Group. The institute offers programs in B.Tech.(ICT), M.Tech.(ICT), M.Sc.(IT), M.Sc.(ICT in Agriculture and Rural Development), M.Des.(Communication Design), a 5-year dual degree and Ph.D.

First Published: Tue, June 08 2010. 00:53 IST