In India large numbers of higher educational institutions are available. Most of the universities conducted the
exams in manual ways. It is a very difficult task to conduct the exam for large number of students. The information
communications techniques are used in various fields. Communications technologies are used in educations institutions also
for storing student data, faculties’ data, execute the exams etc. Now the exam seating setup was created and uploaded on the
internet. The students gave the register number as the input and collect their exam location. It was a very difficult and time
consuming task. To avoid this problem a new system is proposed called Exam Hall Maintenance System using RFID
technology. It is the new method for exam location management. Using this system the students are able to identify their
exam location easily and avoid unauthorized person to enter inside the exam hall. In this project RFID card will be provided
to the students those who are going to write the exams. The card reader read the data from the student RFID tag and display
the proper floor and location on the LCD screen to the authorized students.
RFID tag, RFID reader, controller, seating, location management.
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