Smooth deliverance of knowledge is the core of an academic institute. In spite of knowing this fact, faculties are not able to give their maximum outputs to make education more effective. Also, in the past few decades, the education sector has seen a growth of a number of intricacies in terms of conceptions and functions. These intricacies have affected the core or the essence of education.
Since necessity is the mother of invention, educational ERP systems came into existence. Before it was long the education industry found ways to benefit from the centralized automated ERP system.
Majority of a teacher’s tasks are mundane, monotonous and time consuming. A teacher divides her time between taking classes and creating student portfolio that contain attendance details, classroom reports, assignment submissions, exam schedules, timetables, demographic details, progress reports, etc. Non-academic tasks drain faculties of their energy and this keeps them from giving their 100% to their students.
Broadly, a robust online academic management system meets the rising scholastic demands of schools and colleges. A well developed ERP system assists the teachers/faculties, academic coordinators, and principals to handle to academic functions well. It is an automated and centralized aid for educators to carry out the mundane tasks efficiently.
• Batch Management
• Faculty Management
• Faculty Types
• Program Batch Campus Specialization
• Program Management
• Program Specialization
• Section Management
• Term Management
• Term Module Allocation
• Topic Management
• Project/Assignment Creation
• Projects Allocation
• Exam Scheduling
• Exam Management
a. Online allocation of grades, sections, etc. to new students
b. Manage attendance reports of students
c. View and add enrollment details of a student
d. Create groups of student based on their class, semester, division, batch, campuses, programmes, etc.
e. Create and allocate projects and assignments to different groups of students
f. Allocation of programmes, batches, semester, etc. to a new students
g. Manage and allocate subject to faculties
h. Alter exam methodologies
i. Manage particular topics in subjects