Flexibility of Fedena Examination Module

Fedena has an amazing ability to adapt to almost all kinds of examinations and reports that can ever happen in institutions. Thanks to features like Connect exams, Grading system and Exam type which gives the freedom to tailor the application to suit one’s need. Besides generating reports via Report Centre, the Report module has been introduced in the latest release to add yet another series of reports that one seeks for.

Let’s have a glimpse of all the key features that make this possible.

Connect Exams

This unique feature helps the user to connect different exam groups based upon the corresponding weights acquired. “Connect exams” calculate the Final marks of a student by adding the exam groups as per the weights attached. So, even if the final result depends upon the percentage of marks scored by the student, we are ready for the required transcript. All we need to do is to connect the exams accordingly to carve out a decent final report.

Grading System

The additional grading systems available in Fedena currently are – GPA, CWA, CCE. We can decide a grading system for a course while creating it. The course can now entertain the scores for the required report. For instance, if we are going for GPA or CWA, the system asks for the credit points of subjects, unlike its counterparts. However, if a user needs a customized grading system, the normal grading system is the one to be used.

Report Centre

The Report center in Examinations module is the hub of all possible reports that one can think of. Some of the interesting reports include exam wise reports, subject wise reports, grouped exam reports, and archived student reports. These sets help you to generate reports and monitor the progress of a student involving various criteria.

Examination settings

The examination settings that we do for grading levels, class designations or the Ranking levels can be divided based upon each of the courses rather than being generic for the institution as a whole. This allows the user to make different settings for each of the batches in the institution.

Previous batch Exams

This feature equips the user to add exam scores of previous batches. Thereby making the application adaptive to institutions where the students’ result are published after the batch transfer as in the case of the majority of engineering colleges in India.

Online Exams

Though the traditional ways of the examination are still prevalent, institutions have come up with an increasing need for the conduction of Online exams. This helps the student and the institution to be quick in conduction and the evaluation of the exam. Hence, giving yet another possibility to craft an examination as per the requirement.

Generate Reports

In the case where the user needs to have the revised result as well as the old result for an examination, Fedena offers the Generate reports option which will change the data in the report center to current result entered. Taking PDF reports before and after generating reports gives you the privilege of having two different versions of the same exam – revised and old result.

Explore some other features of examination module in Fedena

So these are some of the important pillars which makes Fedena generic for all kinds of examination and thereby making it more “Flexible”. Stay tuned for the next version of the article to see how Fedena adapts itself to cater to the needs of Academic Evaluation and Assessment worldwide.

This article is written by:


Sandeep Panda

An optimistic techie with special interests in implementing technology in real life situations with  a curiosity for the lesser known technical stuff. An individual who can adapt to cross-cultural environments with ease.

Facts about Maths

Never Heard Before Facts about Maths


Maths is often, the one subject that is mostly disliked by students. The reason being that maths is known to be the subject that requires a lot of thinking and reasoning. But, mathematics can be fun too!Today, we have gathered some of those amazing fun facts that would surely make students enjoy mathematics on a lighter note!

Let’s have a look at some amazing facts about maths:

  • The word ‘mathematics’ derives from a word ‘mathema’ which in Greek means learning, study, science.
  • Have you ever heard of the word ‘Dyscalculia’? You will be surprised to know that the word means any kind of difficulty in learning arithmetic including understanding of numbers as well.
  • Four is the only number that has the same number of English letters as the number itself!
  • Did you ever know that the easiest possible way to remember the value of Pi is to count the number of letters in each of the word in the line ‘May I have a large container of coffee’.
  • In Thai language, the number 5 is pronounced as ‘Ha’ and so, if you need to say 555, its just ‘HaHaHa’!
  • Ever wonder what comes after a million, billion and a trillion? Its quadrillion, sextillion, octillion, nonillion, decillion and undecillion.
  • The word ‘Mathematics’ is an anagram of ‘me asthmatic’. An anagram is a phrase or a word that is formed by either re-arranging or interchanging the letter of other words or a phrase.
  • The number 0 has quite a number of names other than ‘zero’ including ‘naught’, ‘zilch’, ‘nil’, ‘nought’ and ‘zip’.
  • The ‘=’ sign was developed by Robert Recorde, a 16th century Welsh mathematician who was bored with writing ‘is equal to’ every time in his equations.
  • Abacus is often considered to be the origin of calculator.

Fedena App Frame Plugin

Fedena App Frame Plugin & How to use it


The App Frame plugin of Fedena is of great use, particularly when you want to show any third party application (using Fedena API authentication) to the logged-in user without opening the URL separately in a tab. The plugin allows you to do the same in your school’s Fedena account itself. To know how you can do it, go through the article that holds a detailed account of the entire process.

1. To try out this plugin, you have to manage client apps first. You can reach ‘Manage Clients’ through ‘Settings’ in ‘Administration’ in the main menu. Once you are in ‘Settings’, select ‘Manage Clients’ to create new clients or manage the old ones.

2. Select ‘Manage Clients’ to create new clients.

a. To create new client app, click on ‘New’ option. But in case, you want to edit or delete any existing account, make use of the options ‘Delete’ or ‘Edit’.

3. Put in client name and the URL you want to see in your school’s Fedena account. Once you are done with creating client app, the next thing you need to do is create an app frame. For this, go to ‘Manage Apps’ in ‘Apps’ through ‘Manage Quick Links’.

4. Click on ‘New’ to create a new app frame.

5. Type a name and the URL that was included during the new client creation should be mentioned here too. Select the client name you want and select the privileged users as well.

6. To see the desired website in your school Fedena account, select the particular App Frame and select the URL. When the URL is selected, it will take you to the website in your Fedena account. A screenshot of the same is provided below.


Facts About Education

Not-so-Familiar Facts About Education Around the World


Education is one sector in the world that attracts a lot of attention- be it the education future of your kids or the education policies of a country. The condition of education is surely different in different parts of the world. While you can’t expect children from developed nations like the United States of America to worry about whether they will get access to education, a situation more prevalent in poorer nations. Children in wealthier nations are more concerned about what colleges are best for the courses of their interest. While it’s a common known fact that there is still the huge number of children who are yet to go to school; on the other hand, studies have shown that participation in education has increased over the years in all parts of the world.

These are some of the facts to be known. A see-through article will help you learn more unknown facts about education around the world:

1. The average number of years of a student in the school has shown a sharp rise in the past 10 years.

2. Study shows a growth of 600 times in the number of students getting into post-secondary education, particularly during the period of 1970 and 2008.

3. And the educational engagement has equally gone high during the same period.

4. Although the literacy rate among women is still lower than that of men, they have the number of post-secondary graduates with 78.3% in the world, a figure that is higher than the men.

5. Researches have shown a huge loss of student engagement, including both boys and girls, mainly in the primary education sector all over the world in the last 15 to 20 years.

6. On the other hand, the secondary education sector has seen decent growth in most of the major developing countries.

7. The literacy graph shows a steep rise in global literacy rates. And much thanks to the development of the education system. Perhaps, the best improvements have been tracked in the countries in South and West Asia as well as Eastern and Central Europe.

8. A report by UNESCO says that some 61 million children didn’t go to school in the year 2010 of which, some 47% never got admission to the school and 26% left schooling half-way. Whereas, some 27% of the children are expected to go to school in the near future.

Extract Report on Fees Defaulter Details using Fedena

 Report on Fees Defaulter

Fedena 3.0 is loaded with the amazing report generating feature that lets you extract different types of report. Today, as you go through the article, you will come to know how you can extract reports on details of students who are fee defaulters in each batch of a particular course.

How to extract fee defaulter details report

1. Go to ‘Reports’ through ‘Data and Reports’ that you reach on clicking the main menu. Once you go to ‘Reports’, select ‘Students Fees Defaulters Details’ in it.

2. ‘Fees Defaulters Details’ will help you know about the students who are fee defaulters from each course and the corresponding batches in each of the courses.

3. On clicking the student “Name”, take you to the student profile, where “Fees” under “More” you can check status on all paid and unpaid fees.

4. Also, track the fees defaulter batch-wise. First, in ‘Reports’ through ‘Data and Reports’, click on ‘Fee Collection Details.

5. Next click on any ‘Batch Name'(as shown in the below screenshot).

5. From there you can easily extract the list of fee defaulters in a single click.

Additional: The ‘Balance’ mentioned in each of the stages of the report is the total amount due to the respective course or batch or fee collection name or any particular student. If required, you can export all the reports in CSV format as well.

Classroom: The ‘More teaching, less tech-ing’ free app by Google Apps for Education


We are no strangers to the revolution that Google has brought in education. Educational contents, innovative tools and budget devices; Google has been playing a huge role in boosting classroom productivity. Google’s latest launch- Classroom is the new addition to Google Apps for Education. What does it do? Well, this collection of web apps is perfect for teachers to create and manage any kind of assignments, communicate with class and provide feedback to students.

Google’s Classroom, still in preview, brings together Google Drive, Google Docs and Gmail to help teachers with their management of assignments and communication with students. And it’s not just a help to teachers alone; students too, can make the most of it in organizing and completing their assignments and initiate proper communication with teachers.

This new, free tool from Google will allow you to:

  1. Create and manage classroom assignments using Google Drive, Docs and Gmail. The best part about Classroom is that it helps you to keep a watch on who all have completed the assignments and offer the students, some effective feedback!
  2. Stay updated and well organised on assignments, particularly if you are a student in due of an assignment page. The tool helps teachers to create separate Drive folders for each assignment for each of the student.
  3. Develop proper communication in the class, encourage comments and questions from students in real time.

Google expects Classroom to be available in all schools using Google Apps for Education by September. And it won’t contain any form of ads. Nor does it uses any student data or user content for advertisement purposes. Interested education professionals are given a chance to try it out for which they need to apply for a preview of the tool! This latest education effort by Google will surely be something to watch out for.

Blind Spot: EdTech of the Month


Every week Foradian brings to you the story behind one and many EdTech startups and ideas that are changing the education industry worldwide. From elearning apps to math games, these interesting EdTech ideas are a part of Foradian’s Edtech Revolution series by means of which we celebrate the innovation in education industry.

Read the story of Blind Spot, which was featured on Edtech Revolution earlier this month and is our EdTech of the Month. This amazing app helps you build on your blind spots with creativity. Read the whole story here: http://foradian.com/post/84315517990/blind-spot-a-powerful-platform-for-creative


Report on Former Students

Extract a Report on Former Students Using Fedena 3.0

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Last week, we talked about how easily you can generate a report on former employees. Today, we talk about how you can generate a report on the former students of your institution. Generating any report has become very easy with the new version of Fedena 3.0 which is loaded with exciting features.  Read on to find out how you can extract a report on the former students with all necessary details related to each of them.

1. You can find the ‘Former students details’ in ‘Reports’ as you navigate through ‘Data and Reports’ in the main menu.

2. Select ‘Former students details’ and go to the page of former student details to generate the report.

3. Choose the time limit for which you want to generate the report. It will generate the report of all students who have left the institution within the selected time period.

4. The report will show the details of all the students who had left the institution within the time period you have selected. You can see the ‘Batch name’ and ‘Course name’ of the students as well as the ‘Gender’, ‘Admission Date’ and ‘Leaving date’. If you want, you can go to the individual student’s profile by selecting the respective student’s name.

You can see the date of leaving for each of the students as well. Moreover, extract the report in CSV format if you need.


Fedena 3.0 can Generate Report on Former Employees


Now, you can extract a report on all the former employees of your institution. This is possible with the help of the Reports feature in the brand new version Fedena 3.0. This amazing feature allows you to generate a report on various activities in your institution including a report on all former employees too. Read on and find out how you can get details about former employees using the Former Employee report option.

1. To extract Former Employee report, you need to go to ‘Former Employees Details’ in ‘Reports’ which can be reached by navigating through ‘Data and Reports’ in the main menu.

2. Selecting ‘Former Employees Details’ will take you to the former employee details page where you can generate the report.

3. To generate the report, you have to first select the date limit for which you want the report. Once you select the date limit, you will get the report for the respective time period.

4. The former employee report is generated for the respective time period. You get all the details about how many male employees are on the list and how many females. If you want to know more about the particular former employee, you can go to his /her profile by selecting either ‘Name’ or ‘Employee ID’. Extract the report in CSV format too!

Inspire Your Students to Develop the Habit of Reading

habit of reading

Reading is always considered to be a divine habit and is equally beneficial to students for their learning. Reading is not just about reading lines or a passage loudly; instead, it involves a proper understanding of words and to relate them to the overall meaning of the passage. Cultivating the habit of reading from an early age is beneficial as this could help them in their studies as well. Some students develop this habit naturally and love to spend their leisure time with books.

On the other hand, some don’t develop it naturally and have to be compelled to sit with books. As a teacher, you can play an eminent role in motivating your students to develop this habit. But forcing them to sit in front of books won’t be the solution. You have to encourage them to start loving books, not just sit with them. Some tips are shared below to help you out.

  • One of the best ways to encourage those kids for whom reading is quite a boring task is by letting them read graphic novels. Graphic novels include a lot of pictures and catchy dialogues that attract young kids and you can use this as a bait to develop the habit of reading.
  • Let your students select their own books to read. It is often seen that things that are mandatory are less attractive to them. Plus, encourage them to share books with other classmates. Let them choose from a collection of books that is appropriate for their age and help them enjoy the book they want to read.
  • Start the habit of discussing the books that students are reading in class once they finish. This one way will help you to know the level of understanding in your students when they read a book- whether they are able to grasp the idea and thought correctly. Moreover, this also develops the habit of storytelling too!
  • As a teacher, promote the habit of reading among parents as well. It has been seen that children tend to learn things from their parents and if parents read books at home, talk about it with their children will be a natural booster for the kids to start reading. Not all parents know the benefits of reading at home, but if they are made aware of the good that they can do to their children, they will surely be motivated to practice the habit at home.
  • If your student loves non-fiction, encourage them to read a lot of books on Nature, Space Science, History and others that are appropriate for their age.

When you motivate your students to take up reading seriously, make sure you are not being a tormentor who is forcing them to gulp down knowledge like a glass of milk. Reading for them should be fun and enriching experience. At no point should it be some kind of pressure for them.

Generate Report on Exam Schedule using Fedena school ERP system


The new version of Fedena 3.0 offers you many new features including the report generating feature. With the help of this feature, you can extract various types of reports. If you are looking forward to generating a report on the different exams in your institution, then the Exam Schedule report is the solution. The Exam Schedule report lets you know details about all the exams related to each batch and course in your institution. To know more, read through the article.

1. Get access to ‘Reports’ by navigating through ‘Data and Reports’ in the main menu. Click on ‘Reports’ and go to ‘Exam Schedule Details’ in it.

2. Select ‘Exam Schedule Details’ and see complete details of the exam schedule.

3. You get the entire report for the exam schedule of different batches. You can also see the exam schedule of any particular course for which you need to use ‘Select course’ option.

4. Selecting the course will ask you to select the batches also for which you want to see the exam schedule.

5. Clicking the ‘Batch name’ in any of the rows of the table would take you to the list of all the students who are enrolled in the particular batch. You can go to an individual student’s profile by selecting the respective student’s name.

All the reports can be extracted in CSV format as well.

Employee Subject Association Report

Generate Employee Subject Association Report Easily with Fedena School ERP

Generating a report that has in details, everything related to teachers and the subjects that they are associated with in different batches in your institution is such a blessing, when you need it and don’t have the time to prepare manually. The new version of Fedena 3.0 is loaded with amazing report generating feature that helps extracting various types of reports. Today, we talk about how you can generate a report to know about the association of employees and subjects as well as batches. The article below will describe in details how the report can be generated.

1. Login to your Fedena account and click on the ‘Data and Reports’ tab on selecting the main menu. Select ‘Reports’ in ‘Data and Reports’ where you will find the different reports. Click on ‘Employee Subject Association Details’. See the screenshot below:

2. Select ‘Employee Subject Association Details’ to generate the report and see the employee and subject association for all the batches in your institution.

3. The report show details of the employees and the subjects that he/she is associated with or teaches in a particular batch. The associated batch of the particular employee or teacher is also mentioned. In case you want the report in CSV format, you can get it using the ‘Export as CSV’.

4. Moreover, to get details about the particular employee, you can click on the name which will take you directly to the employee profile.

Thus, you have a complete report on all employees teaching various subjects in different batches.