Courses and Batches concept of Fedena explained in simple english
We already know that Fedena can be used in any kind of education institution offering multiple courses including schools, colleges and universities. Fedena can adapt to the institution’s system and process through correct configuration of courses and batches.
For this let us understand the concept of courses and batches in Fedena.
A course is what is taught in the institution. An institution can have multiple courses. For example MBA is a course, Electrical Engineering is a course, Standard nine is a course.
Each course will have different sections. The subjects taught in each section will be different from other sections. And usually there will be an examination or grading process specific to each section.
For example, a two year MBA has four sections namely 1st Semester, 2nd Semester, 3rd Semester and 4th Semester. The subjects and activities associated with 1st semester is different that of 2nd semester.
Likewise the electrical engineering course will have multiple sections. But a normal standard nine does not have any sections as it is usually one academic year long. Instead, at the end of standard nine, students take up the next course which is standard ten.
Batches are a group of students who learns a specific course over a period of time through different sections.
For example the MBA course can have: Batch 2010, 2011 and 2012 who studied 1st semester to 4th semester over a period of time.
A standard 9 is a course without any section. But it can have batches like 2012 A, 2012 B and 2012 C
This unique method of configuring courses and batches make Fedena adaptable to any kind of institutions ranging from small schools to universities which offers multiple courses in different locations.
You can configure courses and batches in Fedena by navigating to “manage course and batches” menu in “Settings”
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