IJMTES – SMART EXAM SYSTEM FOR VISUALLY CHALLENGED STUDENTS

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Author’s Name : R Lavanya | Y Jeyasinghunnamed

Volume 03 Issue 06 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 198-200

Abstract – In this context propose a system named voice based automated exam process. The blind people face difficulties in writing exams. The people feel extremely difficult to express their ideas. This project device can provide solution for these problems. For solving this problem, an ATMEGA 32 microcontroller controls the functioning of voice processing, keypad and Bluetooth HC05 module .With the help of these components all of the above problems can be removed using this device. By using this project, the blind people can write the exam without interpreter using this module. And the answers can be evaluated by the system itself.

Keywords – ATMEGA 32 microcontroller; APR 9600 voice processor; android application; keypad; speaker;  Bluetooth moduleHC05

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