Fedena is an open source school management software that has more features than a Student Information System (SIS). It is a Web 2.0 application which can be installed and accessed using cloud computing.
Fedena is designed to efficiently manage students, teachers, employees, courses, the system and process related to an institution. Fedena gives complete control over how you want to manage your school’s databases and provides many tools to organize its activities. It is a complete SIS plus with all the advantages of a perfect school ERP. With Fedena there is no need of any extra hardware or technical maintenance staff. All you need is a computer with internet connection. Fedena can even be operated with a mobile phone.
Fedena is developed on the Ruby on Rails framework with MVC architecture. The application is composed of a basic module which satisfies all the necessary requirements of a simple SIS.
Fedena is suited for schools and campuses that want an easy means to manage all campus records. Fedena is used by the Education Department of Government of Kerala to automate the system and process of over 15,000 schools in the state, and more than 40,000 institutions worldwide.
- Easy tracking of students.
- Analyzing their performance and attendance.
- Instant report generation.
- As the entire data is online and secure, any analysis can be done at any desired point of time.
- Easy User interface design makes using the system easier for school staff and students.
- Highly customizable and easily customizable.
- Plugin Architecture. You can develop your own Add-On plugin and integrate with Fedena.
- Custom Reports can be generated.
- Basic system of Fedena contains modules related to Courses and Batches, User Management, Human Resources, School Calendar, Student Attendance, Finance, Timetable, Student Information, Examination, Event Management, Multiple Dashboards, Employee Login, Student Admission, Teacher Login, News Management, Student/Parent Login.
- Add-on modules are available as plugins to enhance the usability of the system:
- Library – a simple yet powerful library management system for Fedena. Organize and manage books with all details that are available in your library.
- Big Blue Button – an open source web conferencing system for distance education.
- Integrated with the opensource learning management system moodle and opensource video conferencing solution Big Blue Button.
- Supports multitenant architecture and is used to manage group of institutions.
- Provides i18n support which makes it easily available in your local language.
- Built on powerful Ruby on Rails technology.
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