Today, most of the higher education institutions are looking for an optimum distribution of resources and services to yield maximum benefits to students, teachers, and the management alike. In this world of ballooning educational demands, Management Information System (MIS) is just what these institutions need to propel their progress in the right direction. Education Management Information System (EMIS) cell at JSMMC is specially designed to monitor the performance of education programs offered by the school and to manage the distribution and allocation of educational resources. Nowadays many higher education institutions are looking forward to implementing comprehensive education management solution to align academic processes and deliver better student experience.
Students are at the heart of an educational institution. EMIS stores crucial student data such as personal data, exam records, and even hostel and library details. Additionally, it keeps track of the day-to-day progress of students which is eventually used to analyze and monitor the improvements or retrogression in students overtime. This is a comprehensive approach as compared to the legacy database where the stored data was incapable of providing real-time crucial insights and consequently aiding the institution in better and timely decision-making.
In a developing education institution, the progress of its educators is equally imperative for them as well as the institution itself. Educators need to deploy technology to gain in-depth knowledge about student behaviour and make the most out of the time and resources available to provide maximum aid to the students. An EMIS helps track faculty data such as attendance, and performance. But, more importantly, an EMIS reduces the workload on teachers by providing quick access to data on any student or a group of students which can be drilled-down, filtered, and arranged accordingly within a few clicks. For School
Administration and Management
Ease of tracking and analyzing resource distribution and expenditures is one of the biggest reasons for any top-level management of an educational institution to look forward to implementing an EMIS system. By resources, we mean everything that the management invests in: right from assets and infrastructure to study aids and educators. Additionally, the management can fully control which teacher, faculty and staffs has access to what kind of data. For instance, sparing the staff in-charge of finances, the management can lock the students’ financial records from all the other users or alternatively, academic performance data can be hidden from the staff