Exam Hall Seating Arrangement System is developed for the college to simplify examination hall allotment and seating arrangement. It encourages to get to the examination data of a specific student in a specific class. The reason for creating an exam hall seating arrangement system is to computerize the traditional method for conducting exams. Another reason for building up this product is to create the seating course of action report automatically amid exams toward the finish of the session or in the middle of the session. The scope of the project is the system on which the product is introduced, i.e. the project is produced as a web-based application, and it will work for a specific establishment. Generally, students are checking their the exam hall and their seats separately.A recently developed idea can help the students for checking their exam halls. This encourages them to distinguish the floor or get bearings to their respective halls without delays. The Students points of interest have data about every one of the students who go to the examination. It contains the name of the students, Hall Ticket No, Branch of the students and the hall number. hall Details have added up to the number of halls accessible in the organization and the name of the halls. Cluster Details contains Department Details for ex., Computer Science, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and so on., and the examination timings subtle elements have added up to timing allocated to students and hall and so forth. The project monitors different details elements in modules, for example, Students Details, Examination Timing Details, and Hall Details with the proper description.
- 233 MHz processor.
- 128 MB SD-RAM
- 2 – 4 GB Hard-Disk.
- 4x Compact Disk drive or quicker.
- 1.44 MB Floppy Disk Drive.
- Monitor. [ 640 x 480 Display ]
- Front End – PHP
- Back End – MySQL 5.0
- Server – Apache Server 2.0
- Design Tool – Macromedia Dreamweaver 8.0
- Documentation Tools – Microsoft Word
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