If the Fee Module ensures crystal clear management of Fees and finances, and the Examination Module is meant for high-precision and fast processing of Students’ evaluation, then the Timetable Module makes life easier for those who put lots and lots of time and brainstorming in devising a perfect Timetable that must satisfy a large number of stringent conditions to make sure that
  • All Teachers have been utilized uniformly and efficiently within their availability bracket.
  • All Classes get their share of Theory Periods, Laboratory Periods, Free Periods, and periods for Games, Library etc.
  • The periods are allocated logically, and not just randomly. (For example, if Physics Lab is of 2 periods then those periods must not overlap the Intermission. Or, Free Periods, if any, should be assigned only towards the end of the day.)
  • The Timetable is generated with different possible set of conditions for different classes. (For example, the junior Classes can have lesser number of periods and lesser number of weekdays than the senior ones.)
  • In senior Classes having multiple Optional Subjects, the Subjects are arranged according to the criteria of Concurrency, i.e., only mutually exclusive Subjects can be assigned the same period within a Class.
  • In case of absence of a Teacher, the most appropriate Substitute Teacher is picked in order of relevance and availability.
  Further, the Timetable generation process also notifies the User of any logical inconsistencies, such as over-assignment of Teachers or Classes, under-assignment of Subjects or Classes, insufficient availability of Teachers when compared to Classes and Subjects. Also, depending upon whether the number of Classes, Subjects, and Teachers is large or small, Eduware® Online offers 2 modes of Timetable generation that gives further flexibility to the Institution to adopt a Timetable that suits them more.

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