Student Elective Allocation System
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Student Elective Allocation System
1. Introduction of Project
The main aim of the project and implimentation is to take part in online test which is provided by using the question bank available in the database and based on the answers generating the ranking dynamically and informing the same to the students and faculty or the register entities.
Good Online Ranking System tells information of the students helps the colleges to know the students performance precisely. It will be easy for them analyze and make appropriate decisions to make the institution better.
1.1 What is Student Elective Allocation System?
Online Ranking System is a software application to analyze the performance of the student for each subject depending on the year and semester selected by the students based on selections given by them. By capturing information at every stage, management will know the exact performance of the student.
1.2 Why Student Elective Allocation System?
In a conventional environment Online Ranking system emphasizes the need of automatically generating the ranks for the student who appeared for the examinations on various subjects. The traditional method of ranking system involves huge manual effort and is prone for anomalies. With the change in environment and trends in adopting new technological methods, online ranking system provides a faster and accurate method of generating rankings. This would generally helps the management to have the overall picture of the student performance.
1.3 Functionalities of Student Elective Allocation System:
Functionality in this project and implimentation is to cater to two different types of users. One is basically the Student who logs into the system to take the test, view results and can change their personal profile. Second type of users of this Online Ranking System Software is the administrator who manages the Student Registrations, Question bank, Subjects, Answers, and Ranking etc...Simply the “Web based Online Ranking System” enables to offer anytime, anywhere performance analysis of student to the management.
1.4 Functional Needs of the system:
Following are the functional needs of the system. More functionality can be added to enhance the application.
1. Login page
2. They should be able to register in the website.
3. Should be able to take test based on their group, year and semester.
4. Should be able to view the results and the Ranking
1. Manage Students
2. Manage Questions.
3. Manage subjects.
4. Manage Answers
5. Manage Student Ranking
2. Introduction About Software
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