a startup idea shared by Vaibhav Bhatnagar on 10/24/2013
Problems faced by Teachers at School: 1.) Too much curriculum, too little time 2.) Absence of Customized planning tools for education providers. Solution: 1.) Take additional tasks such as time-table development, performance monitoring and attendance monitoring off the teacher and assign it to software suite operated by a trained individual. This reduces the time a teacher takes to calculate monthly attendance for a class from 3 hrs. to less than 5 mins. As the attendance will be uploaded daily on to the system, which provides a real time day wise update in form of a pie chart as well as bar graph, comparing individual attendance with that of the class while highlighting leaves with permission, sick leaves and un-consented leaves, this will also provide real time update on internal tests along with parents of the student through a mobile app and web-based portal. Thus connecting parents, students and teachers and enabling overall development of the student. 2.) Developing a self explanatory module for teachers revolving around basic uses of internet with relevance to their respective subjects. 3.) At present there is no dedicated, RP tools only for education providers.
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