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Design and Implementation of Student Information Management System (SIMS)

Design and Implementation of Student Information Management System (SIMS).


Student Information Management System deals with all kind of student details, academic related reports, college details, course details, curriculum, batch details and other resource related details too.

It tracks all the details of a student from the day one to the end of his course which can be used for all reporting purpose, tracking of attendance,

progress in the course, completed semesters years, coming semester year curriculum details, exam details, project or any other assignment details, final exam result; and all these will be available for future references too.

A Student Information Management System (SIMS) is a software application for education establishments to manage student data. It is also known as Student Information System (SIS), Student Records System (SRS), Student Management System (SMS), Campus Management System (CMS) or School Management System (SMS).


The present manual method of keeping files and records has been found by research to be disadvantageous. This is due to the problems which are identified as follows:

  • Loss of files and records by theft.
  • Loss of files and records by fire disaster and other natural catastrophe that could possibly occur without giving a chance to retrieve these files.
  • Information Overload.
  • The old system of filing is not portable.

The ever changing trend in technology brought the necessity for the automation of everything from paper-and-pen based to absolute computer domination.

The overwhelming emergence of computers paved way to easier access of information that leads to increased production, efficiency and reliability.


Abimbola E.A (2009): Information and Communications Technology

Andrianse M. & Lindgaard-Jorgensen P. (2002): Data and Information

Denis E.E & Wixom B. (2000): Application Development

Harsh B.S (2009): Management Information Systems

Kenneth F.A and Laudon J.B (2001): Management Information Systems

Maciaszek G.E (2007): System Development Life Cycle 

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