EMBASE Pro Suit Created by Computer Science Teachers in real scenarios, Not in Engineering Boardroom.
Firoz K A
CEO, EMBASE Pro Suit and Mincetech
Former: Ast Prof: CM College Nadavayal
Familiar Features Are Just The Starting Point. Where You Take It Is Up To You.
Classified attendance into four types. Course work attendance (paper attendance), Engage attendance, Event or Program Attendance and Let off. Late, Absent, event and Let off indication in Attendance Register.
Students can be enrolled to the batch, students enrolment options are (through admission procedure, direct sign up and approval by Admin or Class Tutor or add students by filling minimum details)
Create and schedule weekly lessons and live classes with recording. On/Off lessons, students' view time and feedback reports are also available in EMIL. With a strict monitoring of the contents ( youtube, drive videos, pdf, ppt) sharing.
Monthly and Termly Batch wise Attendance Register, Students Progress Report, Internal Marks and External Marks reports, Course Work Report, Teacher Diary, SAR, Student NOC, Teacher Leave Report.
Assessment and Evaluation
Assessment and evaluation module developed for easy use of mark entry module and CO & PO mapping integration. Bloom’s Taxonomy classification in questions and detailed report generation are available.
Teachers Leave application comes with cool design, teachers can apply for CL,SL,ML,EL,FL,PL and LP leaves for FN, AN and Full day.
Time table management software is the R&D project of the team mincetech. This time table management software perfectly manages the number of slots, slot timing, Common slot and batchwise slots.
Golive is a Teaching platform. It is developed for colleges, not for board meetings. Making it the only virtual classroom built from the ground up, just for teachers and Students.
An Education ERP for Arts and Science colleges may include the following features:
Student Information Management
Curriculum and Syllabus Management
HR and Payroll Management
Campus-wide Communication System
Analytics and Reporting