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School Database Management Software

The success of any organisation such as School or a University hinges on its ability to acquire accurate and timely data about its operations, and to manage this data effectively, and use it to analyse and guide its activities for … Read More

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Student Attendance Management

Most studies of student performance that use the production function or input-output approach do not consider student attendance as an independent variable. Data from various schools who are the clients of EDUMAAT indicate that student attendance is positively and significantly … Read More

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ERP Software for School Management

Technology has enormously revolutionized our lives. From online shopping and net banking are all handled by the invisible hand of the digital technology. All cutting-edge web-based tools developed as ERP, are deployed for optimizing and streamlining lengthy procedures and tough … Read More

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EDUMAAT – Best Education Management Software

Edumaat enhances the way you learn by innovative technology that it is built on. Edumaat is offering innovative and robust institute process and is excelling in the field of education management software, that increases the productivity of your organisation and … Read More

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Automated admissions process for Schools and Colleges

Automating the admissions process for Schools and Colleges If you work in admissions at a school, college or an university, you know the importance of keeping students engaged early in the enrolment process. Automating everyday processes in admissions not only … Read More

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Cashless Blog

Schools goes Cashless ! Pay fee through Digital Modes

Government wants everyone in India to enter into a cashless economy to make every transactions transparent and it is encouraging in too many ways. By welcoming this move towards cashless economy, CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) has announced that … Read More

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EDUMAAT takes you 20 years ahead

What Learning Will Look Like In 20 Years?   Students will be learning outside, armed with different devices, listening to a teacher of choice. Skills will not be assessed on paper but based on their performance in the field. What … Read More

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Forecasting the Future of Learning

As the world becomes increasingly complex, the old Industrial Age approach to higher education—studies of siloed individual subjects such as math, language, and science—has to change. One of the hallmarks well-regarded universities share is their history as longstanding institutions of … Read More

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Connecting the Dots with EDUMAAT

Many institutions remain unable to answer a common set of questions critical to their sustainability. While pressures and challenges persist, and well-intentioned investments in BI and analytics initiatives fall short, higher education has a growing need for effective institutional analytics. … Read More

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EDUMAAT is the Key, So What’s the Future?

Imagine this scenario: Twelve-year-old Kiran took a course designed to improve her reading skills. She read short stories and the teacher would give her and her fellow students a written test every other week measuring vocabulary and reading comprehension. A … Read More

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