Data base of six million Kerala students to be prepared

August 19th, 2011 - 7:28 pm ICT by IANS  

Thiruvananthapuram, Aug 19 (IANS) Creating a record of sorts, Kerala’s state-owned IT@School project is to prepare — through a software known as Sampoorna — a complete data base of more than six million students studying in over 15,000 schools in the state.

IT@ School project head Anvar Sadath said Friday that the main objective of the Sampoorna school management software is to facilitate school authorities easily implement, track and monitor all activities of students of their school and that of the school itself.

In the first phase, all high schools in the state have been asked to collect the details of all students of the school before Aug 31.

With the help of the online Sampoorna, it would be easy to prepare Transfer Certificates, generate various reports related to students, parents, teachers and non-teaching staff, create examination database, and the like.

As part of the massive deployment of Sampoorna in the state, the training for head masters and school IT-co-ordinators has already been completed in all 14 districts.

Sampoorna would also be integrated with the Unique Identity Number (UID) scheme which is being implemented in the state, an official said.

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