Simplifying Admission Procedures using Ruby on Rails Technology

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Every University has thousands of applications streaming in for each course. A single application has a minimum of three stages – the document submitted by the student, his/her interview and finally, uploading the financial proof. Managing all of this singularly is a huge challenge.

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Simplifying Admission Procedures using Ruby on Rails Technology Every University has thousands of applications streaming in for each course. A single application has a minimum of three stages – a document submitted by the student his/ her interview and finally uploading the financial proof. Managing all of this singularly is a huge challenge. There is a strong need for providing a common platform for application management. Offshore System for Student Management a software developed and managed by Cryptex Technologies India is the perfect one-stop solution for this. This application is developed using Ruby on Rails technology. Integrated with a dashboard showcasing the various features of this application you can easily navigate around to make your work easier. The dashboard has options for viewing the student application checklist interview scheduling and feedback advanced search functionality along with the financial document submission and COE. A database of a thousand and more entries can be filtered according to the search requirement. You can generate reports for the specified time duration in the form of graphs and charts. An export data feature is introduced in this to export the online data directly to your desktop.

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Another added feature of OSSM is that of accessing the information of the agent via whom the student has applied. This helps during future decision making giving a constructive insight into the work done by each of the agents. Having a consolidated web application for admission procedure is a one-time solution for eliminating all the manual efforts and errors.

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