An internet of things (IOT) based class monitoring system: Suchak

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For effective teaching, it is imperative that classes are held regularly as per schedule, and all the students attend the same. All university and colleges have prescribed attendance rules to ensure that the minimum number of lectures is being attended by the students. Maintaining the records of lecture held, counseling/informing the students who are short of attendance and finally taking consequential action manually is a timely and tedious task. In this paper, an Internet of Things (IOT) based Class Monitoring System is introduced. Each Professor is assigned a unique ID, and the system uses RFID tag to identify the Faculty. All the captured information is sent to the cloud and analyzed for further appropriate action.




Passi, A., & Devdutt. (2019). An internet of things (IOT) based class monitoring system: Suchak. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8(3), 6912–6915.

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