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|Title: ||SCHOOL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM|
|Authors: ||Degif, Teka|
|Advisors: ||Dr. Dida Midekso|
|Copyright: ||2008 |
|Date Added: ||2-Sep-2008 |
|Publisher: ||Addis Ababa University|
|Abstract: ||This project work automates school management system. In the system two applications are developed, Windows based (thick client) and Web based (thin client).
The windows application takes most of the activities such as offline student registering, transcript and report card generation and producing the timetable. The web application facilitates attendance recording by the homeroom teachers, to view status of students by their parents and to view reports by kebele and kifle-ketema education bureau officials.
Our solution of the timetable is very simple. In the high school considered for the project there are ten subjects for both grade nine and grade ten. Loads are assigned to each subject teacher and a code is given for each teacher-subject combination. A simple search technique has been used during allocation of each teacher-subject code to a time slot. A database has been used to enforce constraints and to store data.
The prototype has been tested with data from Kokebe Tsebah Secondary School. It has been observed that the system successfully registers students, facilitates attendance recording by the home room teachers and generates various reports such as report card, transcript and a feasible timetable satisfying the constraints (requirements). It has also been shown that the system facilitates to view the status of students by their parents using the Internet or Intranet of the school.|
|Description: ||A Project paper submitted to the School of Graduate Studies of Addis Ababa University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Master of Science in Computer Science|
|Appears in:||Thesis - Computer Science|
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