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The contributor is the HSLC Additional Head Examiner for Social Science of BOSEM for the last six year, Assistant Head Examiner for B.Ed of Manipur University and also Higher Level and Standard Level, Diploma Programme online examiner of International Baccalaureate Organisation Examination for the last three years. The paper is developed based on the experience of the contribution of the said examination. It seeks to compare the traditional mode of examination with that of the online examination in citing the mode of High School Leaving Examination of Board of Secondary Education Manipur and International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO) examination as case studies. .
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