Institutions used to have a software named “My Class Campus” for academic planning and development which included provisions for attendance recording, timetable planning, and even entering internal marks.
During the covid pandemic, our institution even implemented “Moodle” as institutional learning management software (LMS) for which all teaching staff was provided with login credentials to upload the study documents and take virtual classes. “Google classroom” authorization is also taken for virtual classes and login credentials were provided to all teaching staff and students to utilize the facility.
E-governance is also implemented in the academic planning section with different modules including general masters, admin masters, library masters, Sms, academic, and reports. The general module is subcategorized as year, academic year, Subjects, degree, course, staff designation, Language, Department, staff, student, nationality, main subject, and academic subject. The admin master module opens up with subcategories such as security questions, admin departments, admin user type, admin designation, and library log history. The main area of concern is the academic module is subcategorized into Academic subject, Class, Period, Create Time Table, Batch Allocation, Default Holiday setting, holiday setting, Calendar creation, Attendance, and attendance confirmation. Library modules have subcategories such as book category, book type, book for a member, book master, Classification, Days for renewal, Fine, and Shelves.
The E-Governance in academic development is implemented by introducing the Journal of Odontological research website developed by the foresight team to encourage students to publish research articles and refer to our open-access institutional journal for academic development and progression.