School Management Software

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The SMS - School Management System - Is highly professional software designed to meet the ever growing needs of any school and college. The Software is divided into several modules which are Student's Admission, Institution's Account, Report Cards and Administration. The system has a system administrator module for security management. TOP FEATURES OF THE SCHOOL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM One Click report for your needs. Save unlimited data of all sessions and retrieve it any time you want. Find student records, payment records, results of students in seconds. Get result grades, comments, and class positions of students automatically. Role based security to authorize operations of users in certain areas only. User friendly and easy to use. Copy paste software, no need of experts. Backup restores utility included for easy backups & restoration of the database Send Mobile SMS to parents. Send Mobile SMS to teachers. Upload student's information list, fee bill, progress reports in website. Working over LAN. Modules are: School Management System 10 Edition New Modules: 1. Students and Teachers attendance through Barcode Reader 2. Students Fee receive through Barcode Reader 3. Students and Teachers attendance through Biometric System 4. Mobile SMS to parents Hostel Modules 1. Visitor's List 2. Pocket Money 3. Cell Phone Data 4. Vehicles Data 5. Cadet's Information 6. Room Assets Detail 7. Routine Timing Student's Entry Test Records 1. Entry Test Record 2. Interview Proforma 3. Call Letter 4. Joining Instructions 5. Institution Rules 6. Guidelines for Parents 7. Class Time Tables Student's Progress 1. Subjects/Marks 2. Make Progress Reports 3. Sports Events 4. Monthly Test Staff's Modules 1. Staff Security 2. Teacher Time Tables 3. Year Planner
Price USD170
License Free to try
File Size 20.46 MB
Version 10.00
Operating System Windows 10 Windows Me Windows 7 Windows Vista Windows 8 Windows XP Windows NT Windows 98 Windows 2003 Windows Windows 2000 Windows Server 2008
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