The students sat in neat rows facing their computers.
Unlike a computer laboratory with the click-clack of keyboards, all was silent.
The digital clock struck 10, and the e-examination began.
In January 2016, the Centre for Instructional Technology (CIT) and Computer Centre (CCE) facilitated a high-stakes e-exam at MD 1.
About 300 medical students sat for this e-exam, the main MBBS examination.