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The ultimate aim of introducing technologies is to reduce manual efforts, human errors and bring in the various benefits that the technologies offers, this was the belief a few years back. Today, there is more to introducing a technology than just for reducing work. Enhanced communication, better data security, data back up and customer preferences are also reasons for adapting and upgrading the available technologies. Modern day School MIS have evolved to a completely different level. We all have experienced the transition of school MIS over the years. At Vatsa Solutions, we have been in the heart of school MIS development for educational institutes across the globe. Here you can check out how we helped modernize a Management Information System designed for Schools and Colleges, for a London-based service provider.

New-age technologies like AI, ML and AR/VR are now used in School MIS on regular basis. Let’s look at a few to get a better picture.

Artificial Intelligence (AI):

Artificial intelligence is helping schools to improve their teaching capabilities by making the overall process smarter. While teachers focus on teaching within the classrooms, AI helps to improve the teaching methodology outside. By analyzing patterns and progress of students, AI can provide students with relevant teaching material to improve on their weaker subjects. It can also be used to automate classrooms and help the teaching and non-teaching staff to better understand each student’s performance.

Machine Learning (ML):

Machine Learning constantly increases the capabilities of a school MIS, by monitoring the trends of how students learn and providing management with improved analysis. The process of learning is made more effective by addressing the common pain-points seen in the system and, as time progresses, creating a robust learning platform.

Cloud:

Cloud Sharing and Cloud Storage are important from data security point of view, as well as convenience for the management. Cloud servers help in low-maintenance, space-saving and a more secure storage of information than traditional servers. Also, they can be easily upgraded as required. Cloud not only makes it more accessible for the management to handle the continuous inflow of data, but also reduces paper wastage.

Augmented Reality / Virtual Reality (AR/VR):

Augmented reality and Virtual Reality are magnificent tools for teaching. It can be used to carry out practicals and teaching lessons where students can learn under real-time simulations and controlled environments. The possibilities of using these technologies in smart classrooms are endless.

Game – Based Learning:

The more interactive learning is made, the more efficient it is. Game-based learning is one of the latest developments in education. It can be in form of real-time simulations, group projects or individual assignments. This also provides schools with critical analysis of student performance in real-time scenarios and helps assess them through their problem-solving skills.

Technologies and solutions mentioned above are making school school MIS more intuitive and interactive, thus, increasing their effectiveness to more than just daily management. However, the primary goal of enhancing the MIS is only maintained when these technologies are implemented in the right way. Along with the challenge of implementing them, another challenge which schools face is of their adaptation by the staff and the students. The best way to go about it is by making it as user-friendly as possible. We, at Vatsa, are well-versed with these technologies and that makes us capable of executing them in the best manner possible. Our global clientele of schools and educational institutes are benefiting from our capabilities and are successfully increasing their ROI on school MIS. To know more on how we can help you to enhance your school’s capabilities, you can connect with us at contact@vsplc.com.

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