ERP is considered as one of the most important initiatives that educational institutions should take to opt for technological changes in their institute, successful implementation of ERP helps in managing the academic and administrative operations of the institute, on the other hand, an unsuccessful implementation can change things adversely. In this COVID-19 pandemic, there are various challenges that educational institutions have faced while implementing ERP. So the management of institutions needs to understand everything about an ERP before implementing it. So let’s discuss some of the important aspects and challenges of ERP implementation during COVID-19.

Here’s a list of challenges…

Higher education institutions generally are now focusing on understanding advanced analytics that are helping them transform the way they work by enabling and creating new ways to engage current and prospective students, increasing student enrollment, improving student retention, completion rates, and even boost faculty productivity and research. There are many leaders of colleges who are operating and achieving outcomes and improvements using analytics. Let’s discuss how analytics is helping educational institutions to achieve desired results.

  • Knowledge of the demographics and behavior

Using advanced analytics, institutions can opt for digital transformation along with understanding and recognizing constant demographic trends and behavior…

Educational institutions also require some digitally developed education leaders!

As the world is growing with pace, it is important for education leaders to equipage themselves with the power of digital technologies to create a relevant, transparent, flexible, valuable, and engaging environment for students, parents, and colleagues. To change the existing work culture and to bring a new and increased level of growth and achievement we need to start the transformation from today. So the first step to do this is to understand the digital era skills along with the misconceptions that often surround the technological sources.

There are various fears…

Artificial Intelligence in Education Sector

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Modes and methods of education change every 5–6 years, according to the predictions the education scenario will completely change in the next 10 years. There will be complete digitization of education with more clear phenomena for students, teachers, and faculties as well. So don’t you think you must tighten your buckles from now to reach the upcoming level of education?

According to the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), many of today’s high-demand jobs were created in the last decade. So as now advances…

As the world continues to adopt new technologies in every sector, higher education is faced with an enormous amount of pressure to adapt and remain competitive. The technological investments by higher education institutes are showing a steady positive trend each year. The threat of competition from EdTech, alternative education companies, and increasing student demands are causing many colleges to embrace technology within their internal processes.

In the last three-decade, colleges became technology-centric. Today, the focus has shifted to a new paradigm: Colleges are moving toward becoming process-centric. Rather than merely investing in the latest technology in and out of the…

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Covid-19 Pandemic has gradually affected everyone’s life. People were trapped in their homes and life came to a standstill. But with great efforts made by the government, everything is getting back to normal. Though this global crisis doesn’t seem to end anytime sooner, various industries have been drastically affected, including the education industry.

Before the pandemic, the education industry was running normally; but now, the schools, colleges, and training institutions, everything has been shut down. And, technology has been proved as a boon to us, as it has played a major role in the EdTech division. The Post-COVID-19 scenario will…

Educational ERP system implementation can enhance productivity and response time by manifolds. Whether it be an activity involving a single department or a cross-functional procedure, it reduces the human efforts and the lead time.

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Enterprise Resource Planning or ERP -a solution initially developed for the manufacturing industry is now finding its place across various industries, the Education sector is one of them. Advancement in technology has touched everyone’s lives, including educators. Utilizing technology to its highest potential reduces mismanagement at work and allows us to concentrate on development.

The education industry today requires 24X7 interdepartmental collaboration even for minor tasks. Teachers need a system that can help them manage student profiles, allocate assignments and at the same time, parents need information about how their child is doing…

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Why India needed New National Education Policy?

The Nation has witnessed modifications in the National Education Policy after three decades. Previously, it was amended in 1986 and revised in 1992. In the last 34 years, India has seen some significant changes in society, learning methods, students’ needs, and global transformation in education at large. To level up with the 21st-century needs, our education leaders have made some significant changes to implement foundational literacy and numeracy.

The new National Education Policy (NEP) is more focused on the wholesome development of students from school and higher education. The Indian government allocated 6% of…

In recent years, there has been a positive development in the growth of the private chain of schools in India against a background of nationwide persecution of privately promoted schools, overwhelmingly preferred by the middle class.

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There has always been a sustained protest by the country’s powerful and influential middle class against private schools raising their tuition fees annually. In spite of private education in contemporary India being cheaper than any other country worldwide, there is a demand for first world private education at very low prices. At the same time, in several states, government schools providing free education are catching up with quality education and infrastructure.

In such a scenario, what has emerged as a welcome development is the emergence of chains of schools providing the assurance of quality and standardised education. This proves to…

Just after independence, the education sector was on the top priority for the country and several initiatives were taken up by the government of India to provide education to the masses.

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Just after independence, the education sector was on the top priority for the country and several initiatives were taken up by the government of India to provide education to the masses. Some areas which belonged to the masses like elementary education were still under the government purview. For private institutions, there was always a feeling that they take care of the quality aspect in a better way but are meant mainly for the elites rather than the masses.

But now at the school level, the demand for private educational institutions is on the rise, across the…

Academia ERP / SIS

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