Next Gen Newsletter_May_2012 - final

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Next Gen Newsletter_May_2012 - final

  1. 1. The Eye Opener Issue #3 – May 2012 We turn ‘Concepts into Reality’ for our Customers Welcome Welcome Everyone! We are pleased to bring you the third edition of our Newsletter series – “The Eye Opener” In this edition, we dedicate the content to some of our most “We are customer-centric” read blogs, from our Official Blog site. We are proud to say that our followers / audience strength is increasing day-by-day. Please share your thoughts and participate in the comments sections of our blogs. We look forward to engage with you better! Please feel free to contact me @ Karthikeyan Palanisamy for any assistance. The Power of Communication: Teachers vs. Students vs. Parents When we communicate, we send a message to the receiver and get a feedback from the receiver that it delivered the right intention and meaning. Communication is not talking. It’s not a one-way and monotonous. Where there is an interaction among the people, there is communication in progress. Today, we have so many technical tools to enable these interactions among more than 2 members – video conferencing, social forums and discussions. But how it happens in an educational institution? How a teacher is communicating with the students on their appraisals, marks, attendance and improvement areas? How a teacher is communicating with parents about the performance of their children? How a student is communicating with the teacher on submitting the assigned home work / assignments? How a parent is communicating with the Teacher on improving the performance of his/her child? Or is there a need, at all, for such communications? Of course! Unless there is right communication among the stakeholders, there is no win-win situation for the parties. In this case, it is win-win-win, if you had noticed! By stakeholders, I mean the Teachers, Students and Parents. Communication develops trust and consistency strengthens it. Which system do you think is capable of doing above mentioned needs of communication – effectively, efficiently and user-friendly? It’s none other than IEMS. IEMS stands for Integrated Education Management System. IEMS is a comprehensive “Software as a Service (SaaS)” system that covers all aspects and operations of the institutions. It helps to carry out the day to day operations smoothly, and it is powerful and flexible enough to handle all daily operations effectively. This is a one package system which will reduce/eliminate the use of multiple software systems and provide complete integration and conversion from legacy to our system. [Type text]Address: C-103 Pioneer Enclave, 1075-Avinashi Road, Coimbatore - 641018, India. Phone: +91 422 435 1090, Email: info@nextgenwebservices.net
  2. 2. MAY/2012 Knowledge Management in Educational Institutions What is knowledge and how do you manage it? According to me, knowledge is what the experience and learning you have gained over a period of time about something or someone. Also once you have gained knowledge, it doesn’t mean that it is going is to be the same next year, next day or even next minute. World is changing and technology is changing so rapidly. If you consider an educational institution, there are various factors which impact the performance of the institution over a period of time. The factors include location, teaching methods, admirable teachers, . infrastructure, number of years in service, student pass percentage, community affiliations. When we talk about managing an organization, institution in this case, it can IEMS MODULES be done two approaches – Proactive and Reactive Go or No-Go for an Education Management Read more… System How easy it is to get the data of a student who studied in your institution 10 years back? How easy it is to conduct a standardized appraisal process for your staffs with clarity and transparency? How easy it is for your teacher, students and parents communicate among themselves? What if one solution that enables an educational institution to accomplish more than what is listed above? In fact, our solutions does ten times (10x) more work that mentioned above. For example our solution, will help you build a flawless admission process will enable the top management to review and guide staffs and students IEMS MODULES will help accountants to enter financial data, make adjustments and generate reports with ease. Read more… [Type text]Address: C-103 Pioneer Enclave, 1075-Avinashi Road, Coimbatore - 641018, India. Phone: +91 422 435 1090, Email: info@nextgenwebservices.net
  3. 3. MAY/2012 Role of Top Management in managing the Educational Institution By Top management, I mean Principal or Dean or Chairman of the educational trust. The top management holds the responsibility to manage the day-to-day business and educational transactions that happen in the institution. Business transactions include income & expense entries, trial balance sheets, Profit & Loss Statements, Ledger Reports, Fee Management, addition of Inventory items, MIS reporting and much more. Educational transactions include online admission & registration, managing attendance of students & Teachers, employee appraisals, supervising course delivery & Grade management, interactions among students, parents and teachers. Apart from managing the above mentioned processes, the top management has to consistently look for ways to improve the working conditions of the institution. Market is dynamic; technology and the SALIENT FEATURES OF IEMS type of teaching methods are changing rapidly. For an educational institution to prepare itself for the present and future scenarios, two things should be adopted. One is survival of the fittest; and the second is adopting an ERP system to manage the institution. Survival of the fittest As Charles Darwin had mentioned, “it is not the strongest or fastest or most intelligent but the one adapting to the environment that survives”. In our case, the educational institution that adapts to the current market environment by deploying the right culture and cutting-edge technology solutions, will survive the industry in the long run. Education ERP System Education ERP systems automate the activities of internal and external management across the entire organization/institution. Examples of internal management are attendance, grades, hostel allocation, etc. and examples of external management are inventory management, asset management, etc. Read more… Subscription By subscribing to our newsletter, you can be in touch with our latest achievements and milestones. To subscribe, please send a mail to info@nextgenwebservices.net [Type text]Address: C-103 Pioneer Enclave, 1075-Avinashi Road, Coimbatore - 641018, India. Phone: +91 422 435 1090, Email: info@nextgenwebservices.net

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