Student Administration Software


Save time by eliminating the need to transfer data between your grade book and student information system.

The grade book is always up-to-date with roster changes including add, drops, and new enrollments.

Allows parents to keep close track of progress and play a more active role in their child’s education.

Teachers can enter grades anytime, anywhere via a web browser.

Handles all your school’s and/or district’s needs from maintaining grades, producing progress reports, analyzing grades, printing report cards, to tracking progress towards graduation and generating permanent transcripts.

Report results, such as those who are in danger of failing, are easily merged into letters, emails, Portable Document Files (PDF) or posted securely to your school web site.

This is highly flexible grading system gives you the freedom to use your school’s grading scheme, and to compute GPA and honour roll according to your school’s rules.

Slim Server

This is my first blog so, don’t expect my blog to be free from english mistakes because technical guys are generally weak in communication and litreary .This first blog is about how to install the SLIM server which stands from Single Linux Image Management.Basically this is a article which I really found very much interested as a FOSS Lover……………..

A. Introduction

A Linux cluster is considered a single system which consists of a set of tightly coupled machines called nodes. In many cases, it is locked inside a room and people access it remotely via the network. Usually nodes are individually installed with the Linux OS manually. This creates much setup burden when the number of nodes is large.

SLIM (Single Linux Image Management) is a solution developed by the Department of Computer Science of HKU to ease the deployment and management of large-scale networked Linux systems. One of the goals of SLIM is to reduce the setup burden. This workshop teaches you how to setup, administer, and manage a SLIM environment for cluster computing. More information about SLIM can be found at the website

The SLIM environment consists of a SLIM server to provide shared system resources via the network to the client PCs. Client PCs known as cluster nodes use network booting to start the Linux system locally.

In this workshop, we will use the Fedora Core 2 Linux distribution to setup the SLIM server to serve all the cluster nodes connected in a network. Figure 1 depicts the specific network topology we will use in this workshop.

The SLIM server is on the private network. The IP address of the SLIM server is This is the simplest form of the SLIM environment network. But it is powerful enough to build a Linux Cluster having tens of cluster nodes.

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