Keeping track of students' data or information is important for several reasons:

  • Student Progress Monitoring: By tracking students' academic performance, attendance, and behaviour records, educators can gain insights into individual students' progress and identify areas where additional support may be needed. This data enables teachers to provide personalised instruction and interventions to help students succeed
  • Individualised Instruction: Student data allows educators to tailor their teaching methods and materials to meet the specific needs and learning styles of each student. By understanding students' strengths, weaknesses, and preferences, teachers can create individualised learning plans that optimise student engagement and achievement
  • Early Intervention and Support: Tracking student data helps identify early signs of academic or behavioural struggles. With this information, teachers and school administrators can intervene promptly, providing targeted support and interventions to address any challenges and prevent academic setbacks or disengagement
  • Parent-Teacher Communication: Student data plays a crucial role in effective communication between parents and teachers. By sharing information about students' academic progress, attendance, and behaviour, parents can stay informed about their child's educational journey. This promotes collaboration between parents and teachers, fostering a supportive home-school partnership
  • Accountability and Evaluation: Tracking student data allows educational institutions to assess their own performance and effectiveness. Schools can analyse data on student achievement, graduation rates, and other metrics to identify areas of success and areas that require improvement. This information informs decision-making processes aimed at enhancing educational outcomes for all students
  • Research and Educational Policy: Aggregated and anonymized student data can be used for educational research and policy development. Analysing large-scale data sets helps identify trends, inform evidence-based practises, and shape educational policies that promote student success and equitable outcomes
  • Legal and Regulatory Compliance: Schools are often required to maintain accurate and up-to-date student records to comply with legal and regulatory obligations. This includes information such as enrollment, attendance, health records, and academic transcripts

Overall, keeping track of students' data is essential for personalised instruction, early intervention, effective communication, accountability, research, and compliance. It empowers educators, parents, and educational institutions to make data-informed decisions that support student growth and success.

To add a new student, you can follow three different steps:

  1. Navigate to LMS > Admit Students > Enter Details > Save and Enrol Student 
  2. Navigate to LMS > Search Students > Admit New Student > Enter Details > Save and Enrol Student
  3. Navigate to LMS > Search Students > Bulk Import Students > Follow the instructions > Upload the CSV file > Import Students
  4. Navigate to ERP > Admission Enquiry > Search for the Specific Lead > Lead Action > Covert to Student > Enter the details > Save and Enrol Student