GurujiWorld to launch Education Mgmt Solution

By : |December 30, 2007 0

PUNE, INDIA: City-based start-up GurujiWorld Technologies Pvt. Ltd is working on an end-to-end Education Management Solution GEMS (Guruji Education Management Solution), that would target all type of schools from government-aided, public schools, private schools.

The first release version of GEMS is expected in the next four to six months. With possibilities of venturing into WBL format, it would be initially an Intranet-based application running in a browser.

GurujiWorld is also working on the development of online examination System that would cater to government and private organizations and education institutes and universities who would like to conduct examination online.

GEMS is touted as a complete suite of applications that enables automation of all aspects of education management without data redundancy and proper inter module exchange.

Managing director Girish Prabhu told that GEMS, permits the user institution to capture, manipulate and present student data in a meaningful manner by integrating – admission management software, student billing software, student attendance software, student grading software, time table management system, library management system and staff payroll management system into one easy-to-use application.

"GEMS is developed with the support of Microsoft on the latest Microsoft technologies to the requirement of educational institutions," he said.

The company, meanwhile, has catered Guruji IT Literacy Computer Learning Software to Maharashtra Police Dept., Bombay High Court and its judges, Co-operative dept., Yashada Pune, Zilla Parishads, IGR and Stamps dept., GSDA dept., Directorate of Information Technology Mumbai, in Maharashtra and 23000 sets to Education Dept for Govt. of Goa. 

It has been working in the field of content and technology solutions, learning delivery mechanisms and services. "Our company is committed towards innovations in learning technology through continuous investment in its R&D activities for new product development and use of newer learning technologies." Prabhu added.

" We have developed Self Learning products on generic contents of spoken English skills, accounting with Tally, computer Literacy, using MS Office, using Internet technology. We are in the process of developing many more learning products."

The customer base covered so far spreads across 40,000 users over two states in India.

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