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Educational Information Management System (EIMS)


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A suite of Integrated Applications that can help in the overall management of an Education Institute, in other words an
ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) designed for of an education institute.

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Educational Information Management System (EIMS)

  1. 1. Education Institute Management System (EIMS) Submitted By : Chetan Heireholi : 2BV10CS037 Kavya K Puranik : 2BV10CS042 Mugdha S Bhat : 2BV10CS050 Praneeth Shetty : 2BV10CS063 Rahul Kumar : 2BV10CS071 Under the Guidance of : Manjunath Hiremath eKlakshya Prof.Padmashri Desai BVBCET
  2. 2. Problem Definition To develop a generic platform for managing an entire education institute that can also to cater their need of achieving quality outcome via meticulous tracking of student activities.
  3. 3. Scope and Objective 1. Hosted Solution for the Training Management and Content Delivery Management. On Campus Training (Full-time) Program – Infrastructure 2. Program Management 3. Course Management, Module, Sub-Module, Concepts, Activities Management 4. Student Management 5. Faculty Management 6. Batch Management 7. Assessment System for All courses, Modules, activities, Labs 8. Content Management — PDFs, PPTs, Videos. etc 9. Online Test/Quiz Management per Course, Modules, assignments, activities. 10.Lab Experiments Reviews — Complete Review System
  4. 4. Common Infrastructure 11 Assessment Reports — Different Level of reports (per activity.Experiments, course, students, batch level) 12 Security Management — Administrator, Faculty, Students, etc 13 Bulk Import and Export for Students, Assessment, Course, etc.
  5. 5. Advantage of Proposed System  Easily adapted  Integration of personal details with academic details.  efficiently track the progress of the student.  Dynamic generation of reports.  Transparent assessment of activities.  Reduce the strain on the faculty by providing templates for evaluation that are available system wide.  Support offline evaluation of student assessment.  Robust online test module.  System generates automatic ID codes  Role based access.
  6. 6. Software Requirement Specification 1.Functional Requirement 2.Non Functional Requirement
  7. 7. Program Management Program management is a basic but important task in an education institute, program management allows an education institute to segregate the various types of formal training services provided by them.
  8. 8. Course Management This module shall deal with course attributes such as course name, course weightage, marks split-up for internal and external exams, faculty(s) in charge for each course.
  9. 9. Student Management This module shall maintain general student information such as batch information, individual assessment details and contact details.
  10. 10. Faculty Management This module shall maintain general faculty information such as subjects to handle, contact information.
  11. 11. ID Generation Management Generation of Identity variables such as roll numbers, Wi-Fi access passcodes to be used by the members of the community to utilize various resources available to them such as libraries, lab equipment and classroom utilities. This module helps in assigning roll numbers to students based on alphabetical ordering, also helps in generating patterns to be prefixed to roll number for internal identification purposes
  12. 12. Report Management The purpose of this module is to provide visual aids such as bar graphs, pie charts to represent data in an aggregated way to audiences such as HODs, Principal, faculties and various academic welfare committees.
  13. 13. Online Quiz Management This module provides options to conduct quiz and evaluation of the same.
  14. 14. Non-Functional Requirement  Performance requirements. Safety requirements A database is prone to various types of failures, to accommodate for this we allow the system to take backup at regular intervals.
  15. 15.  Security Requirements Encryption of few details. Such as User password, Phone Number etc.  Software Quality Attributes •System Availability •Interoperability •Portability •Reliability  User Documentation •User Manual • Manual for administrators or maintenance personnel.
  16. 16. Architectural Design
  17. 17. Architecture Layer View
  18. 18. User Interface 1. Program Management
  19. 19. 2.Course Management
  20. 20. 3.Student Management
  21. 21. Tools And Technologies  Spring Framework, an open source application framework which provides various services such as security, transaction management, batch management, integration framework and dependency injection  Hibernate, a powerful, high performance Object-Relational Persistence and Query service for Java  Subversion, commonly known as SVN, a version control tool  Maven, a project management and comprehension tool  MySQL, a popular Relational database management system  REST (Representational state transfer) web services  Testing tools such as JUnit, JMeter, Spring Insight, VisualVM
  22. 22. Testing • Link to be added
  23. 23. Conclusion The Application is very flexible and can be configured to be used at various education institutes raging from school, colleges, Universities and even coaching classes.
  24. 24. Future Scope  The quiz Management system can be coupled with the solution provided by other vendors to conduct online test.  An attendance management module can be developed which can interface with biometrics.  Companion mobile application can be developed to further increases the availability of the application.
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