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A SUMMER PROJECT REPORT
In partial fulfillment for the requirements of EASTERN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT KOLKATA For the award of the degree Of
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Of the University of Kalyani
Title of the Project: Software as a Teaching Aid and Management in Modern Scenario 1
Name of Student: Diptiman Som Program of Study: Master of Business Administration Session of Study: 2009-2011 Duration of Project: 19th April 2010 to 30th June 2010 Nameof Internal (Institute) Guide: Prof: Mohit Jain Name of External (Organization) Guide: Miss Swarnalata Name of The Company Where the Study was done: eTail Networks Ltd Date of Project Report Sobmission: 25 November, 2010
DECLARATION BY STUDENT
I hereby declare that this summer project report on industrial training entitled “Software as a teaching aid and management in modern
scenario” for “eTail Networks Ltd” has been done by me and has
not been submitted in part or full to any authority for award of any Degree/Diploma.
…….....……………… (Diptiman Som) Date:
25 November 2010
DECLARATION BY INTERNAL (INSTITUTE) GUIDE
This is to certify that the summer training report entitled
“SOFTWARE AS A
TEACHING AID AND MANAGEMENT IN MODERN SCENARIO”
Diptiman Som is the Bonafide work of the industrial training
done by him during the academic year 2009-2011, and it was conducted under my guidance and supervision.
………………………... (Prof: Mohit Jain) Date: 25 November 2010
CERTIFICATE OF PROJECT COMPLETION BY EXTERNAL (ORGANIZATION) GUIDE
I would like to express my sincere gratitude and heartfelt thanks to our
Director Prof Amit Sengupta who has given me a chance to do my post
graduation in this institute and also for his valuable guidance and to my internal guide Prof Mohit jain for his guidance in every step and also for constant encouragement which helped in the successful completion of this project. I wish to express my profound thanks to THE HR MANAGER of THE
eTAIL NETWORKS LIMITED for providing me an opportunity to perform this
project and for her valuable suggestions for improving the project. I also express my sincere thanks to the faculty members department of management studies and the members of The eTail Networks Limited for their cooperation to make this project. Finally I would like to thank my family members, my college for providing me an opportunity to get an exposure in to real life business practices. Above all am obliged to God and thank all people who have assisted me in the successful completion of this project.
Technology plays an important role in enhancing learning system. Modern teaching and management aids are used to make learning sessions interactive and motivating. Educational institutions must use various types of Modern teaching and management aids to connect with students. Utilizing Modern teaching aids successfully will create the best platform for learning and teaching. Time has come to integrate modern teaching and management aids into the classroom for effective learning and teaching. Software as a teaching aid and management in Modern Scenario deals with the Research of the usage of computers and softwares in the educational institutions and to make a survey of how it has facilitated the teaching and management process. eTail Networks Limited or ETNL is a full-service IT solutions provider that is primarily focused at offering end-to-end innovative educational software as well as state-of-the-art comprehensive automation solutions for instructive institutions and corporations worldwide. As a student of M.B.A. and an intern of ETNL, I underwent Market Research at Schools and colleges, for a period of two months. The objective of the study
was to understand the objectives and purpose of Softwares and to study the
market demands of the softwares in the educational institutions.
SL.No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. INTRODUCTION
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OBJECTIVES OF STUDY INDUSTRY PROFILE COMPANY PROFILE CULTURE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM PRODUCTS QUALITY ASSURANCE OBJECTIVES OF THE PROJECT KEY FINDINGS RESEARCH METHODOLOGY LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY DATA PROCESSING ANALYSIS AND PRESENTATION FIELD SURVEY FINDINGS SUGGESTIONS AND RECOMENDATIONS CONCLUSIONS APPENDICES BIBLIOGRAPHY
University Of Kalyani has incorporated institutional training as a component of Master of Business Administration (M.B.A) course. This training program is designed with a view to enable the student to have an exposure and work experience in the field. As a student of M.B.A., I underwent Market Research at Schools and colleges, for a period of one month. Here, I am submitting the report of the institutional training. A detailed working experience that I have gained during the Market Research of eTail Networks is presented. I have also given a brief profile of the organization to which I have been deputed as a trainee. Software as a teaching aid and management in Modern Scenario deals with the Research of the usage of computers and softwares in the educational institutions and to make a survey of how it has facilitated the teaching and management process. In order to make the work efficient the individual should be trained well. Training is used as a tool for that and training differs based on curriculum and job profile of each individual. The Industrial training is also helpful to acquire new manipulative skills, technical knowledge, problem solving ability, attitude they also gain some industrial experience during the period of training.
OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
1. To understand the objectives and purpose of Softwares. 2. To generally study the market demands of the softwares in the educational institutions. 3. To analyse how these softwares facilitates the teaching and management process 4. To have a real time exposure to field work. 5. To understand how the company is withstanding the present competition in the market.
The US information technology (IT) industry includes about 120,000 establishments (single-location companies and branches of multi-location companies) with combined annual revenue of about $250 billion. Major companies include Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), Unisys, and the technology consulting arms of IBM and Hewlett-Packard. The computer facilities management segment of the industry is highly concentrated: the 50 largest companies hold more than 80 percent of the market. The rest of the industry is fragmented: the 50 largest companies hold less than half the market. Related industries covered in separate profiles include manufacturers of computer hardware, software, and telecommunications equipment, as well as providers of Internet and telecommunications services. Demand for IT services is driven by rapid technological advances, but spending for these expensive products depends on the health of the US economy. The profitability of companies depends on offering technical expertise, innovative services, and effective marketing. Large companies have advantages in broad service offerings and global reach, which give them the ability to provide outsourcing services to big corporate customers. Small companies can compete effectively by specializing in market niches or by partnering with larger companies that want to broaden their mix of services. IT companies mainly provide consulting, systems integration, data processing, and technology outsourcing services to business customers. Computer systems design, development, and integration services account for about 35 percent of industry revenue; application design and development services, 25 percent; and technical.
eTail Networks Limited or ETNL is a full-service IT solutions provider that is primarily focused at offering end-to-end innovative educational software as well as state-of-the-art comprehensive automation solutions for instructive institutions and corporations worldwide. In 1990, an enterprising team of engineering professionals led by George Scaria, (ETNL's Managing Director), envisaging the importance of inculcating computer education as well as effective language learning facilities into the curriculum of schools and colleges, successfully promoted them at all major educational institutions. Although the then analog language learning labs gained in popularity and was well-accepted in the academic community, it had its own disadvantages such as its inability to impart learning with 100% clarity as well as monitor the progress of students effectively. Bonded with a vision to excel in their every endeavor and committed to delivering best-in-class services at all times, George and his team developed a breakthrough software ridding the conventional analog lab of all its bugs and pioneered the concept of a fully-automated digital language laboratory or ETNL Language Lab© in the country. ETNL was incorporated as a public limited company in 2001 and is headquartered at Kochi, the commercial capital of Kerala, a South Indian state, with country-wide representation. Over the past 18 years, ETNL has evolved into a reputed IT major in the nation and boasts a client-list that reads like a veritable "who-is-who" of renowned educational institutions and corporations throughout India as well as overseas and is poised to expand global operations.
With a highly motivated, experienced, and dedicated team of over 60 software wizards specialized in C#, ASP.NET, SQL, designing, custom software development, application development, eBranding, etc. supported round-theclock by a team of hardware experts, ETNL is well-positioned to cater to not only educational institutions and corporate offices but also the exacting demands of multinational consortiums. Apart from conventional software-related services such as web designing and hosting, we also provide an array of services ranging from innovative ERP solutions for academic institutions to providing information technology manpower requirements as well as offering tailor-made solutions for businesses (such as multiple platform integration) to even conducting periodic training programs and seminars to rejuvenate and motivate company personnel. When selecting an IT services provider, you are essentially choosing a partner for your business. The vendor should work in harmony with your business and have the same type of work ethic and dedication to success. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of IT companies offering a wide range of services. Identifying the right provider and weeding out the ones that do not deliver on their promises can often be a challenge in itself especially since your very business might be at stake if you make the wrong choice. A few of the most important criteria, among others, include: Reputation Quality and consistency of service Professional ethics Best practices Number of years in the industry Consistency of growth Customer support Clientele and client testimonials
At ETNL, excellence in delivering quality service on time every time is a way of life and our commitment to live up to the promises made to our clients and maintaining client confidentiality, the mantra. Testimonials from a cross-section of our clientele of over 1000 bear witness to the fact that the team at ETNL delivers on its commitments -- often surpassing customer expectations -- and boasts an intimate relationship with each of our esteemed customers that is the envy of our peers in the industry. We guarantee cost-effectiveness and a true value-addition to our customers in the services we provide by employing industry best practices finetuned to client needs. Growing in tandem with our valued patrons has been the cornerstone of our success -- even against all odds. We believe in growing steadily and we are proud to say that we have registered a consistent 50% annual growth in turnover and profits year-over-year. ETNL is company with a conscience, a pioneer in the field of educational software and institutional automation as well as a reputed veteran in the IT industry. Constantly innovating we are well on our way to becoming not just a global leader in the field of next generation information technology services but also a consultancy specialist to reckon with. If you find an industry expert better than us please choose them!
ETNL's Vision A Vision Statement also defines the organization's purpose, in terms of the organization's core values rather than bottom line measures thereby communicating both the purpose and values of the organization. ETNL's vision is to emerge a world leader in providing total Information Technology solutions by offering best-in-class, cost-effective solutions that are value additions to clients at all times. And we will strive to do so while continuing to grow in tandem with our ever-expanding customer base.
ETNL's Mission To deliver world-class products and services for Educational Institutions in Campus Automation, Language Lab based learning and training, CBT and web technology. Our commitment is to endeavor to do so by relying on professionals backed by ethical business practices. Equip and empower teachers and educational leaders with innovative ICT based teaching techniques.To guide and encourage professionals working with us and to equip them with enhanced professional competence to their ever growing career.
SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT THE MICROSOFT .NET FRAMEWORK: 15
The .NET Framework is the infrastructure for the Microsoft .NET platform. The .NET Framework is an environment for building, deploying, and running Web applications and Web Services. The .NET Framework has two main components: Common language The common language runtime is the foundation of the .NET Framework. .NET Framework class library The .NET Framework class library is a collection of reusable types that tightly integrate with the common language runtime. The class library is object oriented, providing types from which your own managed code can derive functionality. In addition, third-party components can integrate seamlessly with classes in the .NET Framework. Tier Architecture concept: Client-Server architecture is 2-Tier architecture because the client does not distinguish between Presentation layer and business layer. Layered architectures are essentially objects and work in object-oriented environments, such as ASP.NET. ASP.NET supports layered architecture. In software engineering, multi-tier architecture (often referred to as n-tier architecture) is a client-server architecture in which, the presentation, the application processing and the data management are logically separate processes The most widespread use of "multi-tier architecture" refers to three-tier architecture. The concepts of layer and tier are often used interchangeably. A layer is a logical structuring mechanism for the elements that make up the software solution, while a tier is a physical structuring mechanism for the system infrastructure.
Three-tier Architecture 16
Three-tier architecture introduces a server (or an "agent") between the client and the server. 'Three-tier' is a client-server architecture in which the users interface, functional process logic ("business rules"), computer data storage and data access are developed and maintained as independent modules, most often on separate platforms. The three-tier model is considered to be software architecture and a software design pattern. The 3-Tier architecture has the following three tiers: Presentation Tier This is the topmost level of the application. The presentation tier displays information related to such services as browsing merchandise, purchasing, and shopping cart contents. It communicates with other tiers by outputting results to the browser/client tier and all other tiers in the network. Application Tier (Business Logic/Logic Tier) The logic tier is pulled out from the presentation tier and, as its own layer, it controls an application’s functionality by performing detailed processing. This tier consists of Database Servers. Here information is stored and retrieved. This tier keeps data neutral and independent from application servers or business logic. Giving data its own tier also improves scalability and performance. The data layer’s responsibility is to communicate with the backend structure, such as a database. The business layer is responsible for validating the business rules of the component, and communicating with the data layer. The business and data layer retrieve or update the data in a database for an ASP.NET application.
A special type of client/server architecture consisting of three well-defined and separate processes, each running on a different platform: The user interface, which runs on the user's computer (the client). The functional modules that actually process data. This middle tier runs on a server and is often called the application server. A database management system (DBMS) that stores the data required by the middle tier. This tier runs on a second server called the database server. The three-tier design has many advantages over traditional two-tier or single-tier designs, the chief ones being: The added modularity makes it easier to modify or replace one tier without affecting the other tiers. Separating the application functions from the database functions makes it easier to implement load balancing. These are some of the advantages of three-tier architecture: It is easier to modify or replace any tier without affecting the other tiers. Separating the application and database functionality means better load balancing. Adequate security policies can be enforced within the server tiers without hindering the clients.
C# : 18
C# (pronounced C Sharp) is a multi-paradigm programming language that encompasses functional, imperative, generic, object-oriented (class-based), and component-oriented programming disciplines and was developed by Microsoft. C# is one of the 44 programming languages supported by the .NET Framework’s Common Language Runtime. The most recent version of the language is 3.0 which was released in conjunction with the.NET Framework 3.5. C# uses delegates - type-safe method pointers. These are used to implement event-handling. Although it has some elements derived from Visual Basic and Java. C+ + is C#’s closest relative. A striking change from C++ to C# is that, it does not require header files. All code is written inline. The .NET runtime in which C# runs performs memory management takes care of tasks like garbage collection. Because of this, the use of pointers in C# is much less important than in C++.
SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM:
We focus on identifying high-quality, challenging internships and carefully selecting the most eligible candidates for SIP so as to short-list candidates for any suitable entry-level positions available within the business. SIP aims to widen the student's perspective by providing an exposure to real life organizational and environmental situations. This program gives students an insight into how a seemingly foolproof management theory is effectively put into practice in a reallife situation. Typically, projects are interdisciplinary and involve assigning independent responsibility to the summer interns, under the guidance of experts. Often, the project assignment is confidential and proprietary in nature and reflective of the confidence imposed in an intern by ETNL. Projects are often assigned with a focus on strategy formulation, business process reengineering, MIS, ERP implementation, retail, analysis, HR as well as new product launches, sales & distribution, market research and advertising. SIP is of course finalized and awarded only on the basis of our interview assessment of the candidate's inherent potential and motivating factors driving him or her to take up SIP. Candidates will be rewarded on merit on par with industry best practices and certificates will be issued at successful completion of the SIP. Additionally, star performers will be honored with medals and citations and offered an opportunity to join the ETNL team at handsome salaries and perks.
PRODUCTS THEY OFFER TO EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS:
1. LANGUAGE LAB: What is a Language Lab? A Digital Language Lab is a language learning solution with a specially equipped facility designed to train students in any language (usually one foreign to the mother tongue) using proven language teaching techniques. The teacher delivers the methodology through an automated system that is adaptable to teaching a novice or a neophyte as well as brush-up the skills of a notvery-fluent speaker to not only speak it phonetically correct in a native accent but also learn it quickly and deliver it with clarity and confidence. ETNL Language Lab© -- Version-3 The ETNL Language Lab© is a fully computerized and futuristic language lab software suite with 100% digital functionality. The offers a multimedia based interactive learning environment where teachers and students effortlessly -- literally at the click of the mouse -- share course materials and work in unison to enhance language proficiency. 2. SCHOOL/ COLLEGE AUTOMATION: The Campus Management System, designed to promote digital institution administration is unique and comprehensive software suitable for any university. Its host of features allows a user to maintain academic history of students with complete transparency in records and provides a medium for teachers, staff and administration to work in harmony.
3. DIGITAL LIBRARY:
A digital library is a library in which collections are stored in various digital formats and this information can be accessed by computers. The digital content may be stored locally, or accessed remotely via computer networks. A digital library is a type of information retrieval system.Digital library is provided with a search interface which allows resources to be found.
ADVANTAGES The advantages of digital libraries as a means of easily and rapidly accessing books, archives and images of various types are now widely recognized by commercial interests and public bodies alike. Traditional libraries are limited by storage space; digital libraries have the potential to store much more information, simply because digital information requires very little physical space to contain it. As such, the cost of maintaining a digital library is much lower than that of a traditional library. A traditional library must spend large sums of money paying for staff, book maintenance, rent, and additional books. Digita l libraries do away with these fees. Both types of library require cataloguing input to allow users to locate and retrieve material. Digital libraries may be more willing to adopt innovations in technology providing users with improvements in electronic and audio book technology .Convetional libraries may consider that providing online access to their OPAC catalogue is sufficient. An important advantage to digital conversion is increased accessibility to users. There in also availability to individuals who may not be traditional patrons of a library, due to geographic location or organizational affiliation.
In the context of software engineering, software quality measures the quality of design or how well software is designed, and quality of conformance or how well the software conforms to that design. While quality of conformance is concerned with implementation, quality of design measures how valid the design and requirements are in creating a worthwhile product. According to the American National Aeronautics and Space Administration or NASA, (perhaps the world's most quality-conscious organizations), Software Quality Assurance or SQA is defined as a planned and systematic approach to the evaluation of the quality of and adherence to software product standards, processes, and procedures. SQA includes the process of assuring that standards and procedures are established and are followed throughout the software acquisition life cycle. At ETNL, quality control is paramount and is an integral part of software development process. Our team has adopted the best-practices in SQA as stipulated to by NASA in letter and spirit right from incorporation, regardless of the stature of the client. In today's dynamically evolving global village, quality of product/service is perhaps the most important trait that wins a company an undisputed edge over competition -- and over the years, ETNL has built up a rock-solid reputation as a hallmark for quality not only amongst our clientele but also industry peers.
A software development methodology is the framework that is used to structure, plan, and control the process of developing an information system. The framework of a 23
software development methodology encompasses a software development philosophy, with the approach or approaches of the software development process and multiple tools, models and methods, to assist the developmental process. Although a wide variety of such frameworks have evolved over the years, a particular system development methodology is not necessarily suitable for use by all projects. For instance, software developed using general procedural frameworks are often embedded with additional features unnecessary to the client's needs. In such cases, the money and efforts utilized in developing such software products are wasted and such solutions often yield unsavory results At ETNL, with our proven expertise in the field of custom software development, we develop IT solutions on customized methodologies (adhering to industry best practice norms), tailored to specific client-requirement based on various technical, organizational, project as well as team considerations so as to deliver comprehensive and effective solutions that are not only user-friendly but also offer value additions that are cost-effective.
In a nutshell, at ETNL, the general workflow is as follows: + Identify client requirement + Crystal-clear ETNL team assignments + Accurately estimate work & duration + Obtain client approval + Software development using the appropriate methodology + Deliver solutions on-time + Impart hands-on training to client for effective implementation from day-one + Provide 24/7 customer-care
Copyright (or ©) is a form of intellectual property which gives the creator of an original work exclusive rights for a certain period of time in relation to that work, including its publication, distribution and adaptation; after which time the work is said to enter the public domain. Copyright applies to any expressible form of an idea or information that is substantive and discrete. Some jurisdictions also recognize "moral rights" of the creator of a work, such as the right to be credited for the work. Copyrighting of software is a relatively recent extension of copyright law to machine-readable software to primarily prevent unauthorized copying of proprietary software. It is also used by proponents of open source software to encourage the disclosure of improvements to source code. At ETNL all our exclusive software solutions including our Language Lab as well as all printed materials are Copyright protected. TRADEMARK:
A Trade Mark or ® is a visual symbol in the form of a word , a device ,or a label applied to articles of commerce with a view to indicate to the purchasing public that is a good manufactured or other wise dealt in by a particular person as distinguished from similar goods dealt or manufacture by other persons. ETNL® is a registered trade mark.
Objective of the project Primary objective
The primary objective of filed survey during the project was to find out whether softwares serve as a teaching aid and management in modern scenario. Find out in how many institutes softwares are used as a teaching and managrment aid. To find out what are the approaches of the institutes towards using computer softwares in the field of education. Whether the institutes are aware of the use of softwares as a teaching and management aid. To know the primary reasons of using and not using softwares in the educational institutes.
To find out how many institutes are interested to install softwares. To find out how many institutes have the affordability to install softwares. To get the feed back from the institutes about the quality of service provided by the computer softwares who have already installed it. To make the institutes aware of the advantages of using softwares as a teaching aid and management. To make them aware of the company name ETNL and the software products it offers and how these products will help them in the promotion of their institutes.
1. Due to admission time the response I get during the survey is very less. 2. The Head of the Institution doesn’t look into these things while others need the permission from their side.
3. The Private institutes (both schools and colleges) in Kolkata are all clustered
around the southern and greater part of the city whereas my work area was north Kolkata and Howrah.
4. Eventhough there are private schools, the computers are mainly used for
computer education purpose and not for general teaching purpose.
5. There may be a single computer used for the official/clerical purpose of the
6. The degree colleges require computers ony for the partial fulfillment of the
academic curriculam in their institutions. 7. The majority of the educational institutes are Govt sponsored and theh hardly have affordability of installing those.
8. Some institutes which I visited never let me go in as they think am a
9. In many instituions they are sending us back to come by tommorrow or day
after tommorrow or sometimes next week as they are busy. At this kind of situation we need to go to the same place again and again.
10. As of all the usage of computers and softwares in educational institutes of
North Kolkata and Howrah are very low. Moreover they aren't aware of such softwares and are not ready to afford except few.
Methodology means the way or manner by which the study is accomplished, which refers to the full outcome of the process at a glance. It includes some chronological steps that are necessary to complete the study successfully. Mode of operation differs with the nature of the study. Methodology is always a compromise between options and choices and is frequently determined by the availability of relevant resource and time. It is very important in the sense that it gives one an idea about how the study has been conducted. In other words, methodology helps to organize, represent, and analyze data and information. And their logical expression in a systematical chronology is to achieve the ultimate goal of the thesis. The methodology is adopted for the current research work is presented in a sequential manner. Research design Sampling technique and sample size selection Data collection Data processing, analysis and presentation Limitation
Research design is important primarily because of the increased complexity in the market as well as marketing approaches available to the researchers. In fact, it is the key to the evolution of successful marketing strategies and programmers. It is an important tool to study buyer’s behavior, consumption pattern, brand loyalty, and focus market changes. A research design specifies the methods and procedures for conducting a particular study. According to Kerlinger, “Research Design is a plan, conceptual structure, and strategy of investigation conceived as to obtain answers to research questions and to control variance.
Type of research is: • Descriptive Research
The type of research adopted for study is descriptive. Descriptive studies are undertaken in many circumstances when the researcher is interested to know the characteristic of certain group. A descriptive study may be necessary in cases when a researcher is interested in knowing the proportion of people in a given population who have in particular manner, making projections of a certain thing, or determining the relationship between two or more variables. The objective of such study is to answer the “who, what, when, where and how” of the subject under investigation. There is a general feeling that descriptive studies are factual and very simple. This is not necessarily true. Descriptive study can be complex, demanding a high degree of scientific skill on part of the researcher. Descriptive studies are well structured. An exploratory study needs to be flexible in its approach, but a descriptive study in contrast tends to be rigid and its approach cannot be changed every now and then. It is therefore necessary, the researcher give sufficient thought to framing research.
Sampling technique and sample size selection
In this study Deliberate or Purposive sampling technique was used to get the most effective result. Deliberate sampling: Deliberate sampling is also known as purposive or non-probability Sampling. This sampling method involves purposive or deliberate selection of particular units of the universe for constituting a sample which represents the universe. When population elements are selected for inclusion in the sample based on the ease of access, it can be called convenience sampling. This study considers 125 samples.
One hundred twenty-five institutes in the study area have been considered for collecting data. Necessary data has been collected through Questionnaire survey. Two types of data have been collected for this study which are briefly discussed below: Primary data: Primary data for this study has been collected from main survey instruments i.e. Questionnaire. Questionnaire: In common parlance questionnaire is an instrument or a list of questions that are directly or indirectly related with the study. According to the objectives and requirements of the study a questionnaire has been framed to collect the required information regarding all indicators used and other relevant information. Secondary data: In any study secondary data plays a crucial role from the inception to destination which on the one hand strengthens knowledge base and saves time and resources on the other. At the initial stage it gives first hand information about the topic of the study and later it is used to supplement the empirical data. Secondary data have been collected for this study from different published and unpublished documents such as research reports, different institutions, journals, articles and internet.
Limitations of the study
Sincere efforts have been made to collect authentic and reliable information from respondent institutes, however the report is subject to following limitations: i. Some respondents were reluctant to give the information, so their responses may be biased. ii. Time could be a major limitation as it may have affected the inferences drawn in the study. iii. Sample may or may not be the true representative of the universe. iv. Study was conducted in North Kolkata And Howrah district only. So the results of the study may not be applicable in other areas.
Data processing, analysis and presentation
In order to analyze, processing of raw data is very much significant. In this stage, mainly data is being processed and analyzed for the study. Without processing raw data, it is hard to analyze the raw data. After processing, it is needed to present data for analysis in an appropriate way. An attempt has been taken to entry the data into different statistical computer software with a view to analyze data to reach in a decision. All the collected data (primary and secondary) have been processed and analyzed chronologically. The findings have been presented in this report appropriately with the help of figures and tables.
Analysis and Presentation
Q: Do you have any website of your institution? (a) Yes (b) No
1. Most of the institutes have no websites of their own 2. Some private schools and degree colleges have their own websites 3. Degree colleges have launched their websites mostly for online admission purpose.
Q: Is computer education included in the curriculum of the institute? (a) Yes (b) No
1. Majority of the institutes have included computer education in the curriculum of their institutes. 2. The computers in the institutes are mostly used for computer education purpose only.
Q: Do you have a computer lab in your institution? (a) Yes (b) No
1. Those institutes which have introduced computer education have computer labs.
Q: Do you have any of these following soft wares in your institution? (a) Campus automation 35
(b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h)
Language lab Online exam Continuous & Comprehensive evaluation Library software Pay roll software Other (specify) None
1. Very few institutes have installed softwares in their institutes 2. Very few institutes have the knowledge about diifferent kinds of teaching and management softwares mentioned in the question.
Q: Do you think that the use of soft wares enhances the learning process? (a) Yes (b) No
1. Majority of the institutes think that soft wares enhance the learning process. 2. But still very few institutes have installed softwares in their institutes.There are veious resons for this.
Q: Do you think that students may find it more interactive in learning through soft wares? (a) Yes (b) No
1. Majority of the institutes think that students may find it more interactive in learning through soft wares. 2. But still very few institutes have installed softwares in their institutes. There are veious resons for this.
(Questions for those who have already installed soft wares) Q: How will you rate your present software system on the basis of performance? 38
(a) poor (b) average
1. Those few institutes which have installed softwares are somewhat satisfied with the quality of services provided by those softwares. 2. None have been rated the sevices of thse softwares as poor. 3. It surely proves that these softwares have added value to their operations.
Q: Are you satisfied with the present quality of service provided by the soft wares installed in your institution? 39
1. Majority of the software users are somewhat satisfied with the present quality of services provided by those. 2. Only 7% of the people are not satisfied with the service provided by the softwares.The prime reason is that most of the management staffs don’t know how to operate those.
Q: Will you opt for any up gradation of the computer soft wares used in your institution? (a) Yes (b) No 40
1. Thogh majority of the institutes are happy satisfied with the present quality of service provided by those softwares still 59% of them will opt for an upgradation. 2. This indicates the growing expectation of quality services from those softwares.
(Questions for those who have not installed soft wares)
Q: Are you aware of the use of the soft wares in educational institutes? 41
Yes 96% No
1. 96% institutes have said that they are aware of the use of soft wares in the educational institutes. 2. Though the institutes have said that they are aware of the use of softwares but it was also found in the survey that they not very clear that how it is going to help them.
Q: Do you have any future plans to introduce computer soft wares as a teaching and management aid?
1. A majority of the institutes have future plans to introduce softwares as a teaching and management aid 2. Those institutes which have not introduced soft wares have said that they don’t want to introduce software because they have a very low student strength and don’t need the help of it.
Q: Do you think usage of soft wares help in the promotion of your institution? (a) Yes (b) No 43
1. A majority (66%) of the institutes think that usage of soft wares help in the promotion of their institution. 2. 34% of the institutes think that there are some other criteria than soft wares which help in the promotion of their institution.
Q: What are the factors you take into consideration, while purchasing software? (a) Price (b) Features (c) Both 44
1. 78% of the institutes said price & features are both important parameters while purchasing soft wares 2. 12% institutes are concerned about only price and another 10% are concerned about features only.
FIELD SURVEY FINDINGS
1. There are very few institutions which have installed softwares in their institutions. 45
2. Many of the institutions are not clearly aware of the use of soft wares as teaching and management aid. 3. The uses of computers are limited to the basic computer education and some small scale clerical jobs only. 4. Most of the institutes think that computer softwares can enhance the learning process. 5. Majority of the institutes agreed that use of softwares is an interactive way of learning process. 6. Those few institutes which have installed softwares are somewhat satisfied with the quality of services provided by those softwares but still they can opt for some upgradation. 7. Most of the institutes have future plans to install softwares in their institutes. 8. Many of the institutes admit that use of softwares helps in the promotion of the institute. 9. Price and features of the softwares are important criteria of point of purchasing those.
RECOMMENDATIONS AND SUGGESTIONS
1. The company is needed to be physically present here to market its products in Kolkata and its surroundings. 2. It should take some measures to make awareness about the use of soft wares in education. 3. The company should make proper environmental scanning regarding its competitors which include some big IT giants and MNCs and make strategies according to that. 4. Company should try to create low cost products which will be affordable by most of the educational institutes. 5. As most of the institutes haven’t introduced softwares yet, therefore there is a scope for growth in this potential market but it requires an intensive marketing plan taking in account all the contingencies.
Software as a teaching aid and management has proved itself to be an enhancer in the process of teaching and learning.Its importance has been already felt by 47
the educational institutions.In the near future it wil soon become an indispensible component of the eduction system.But there are some constraints towards the implementation of the use of IT in education.An awareness campaign is needed among the educational institution in this regard.During my study I have also faced this. As far as my experience is concerned I have tried and done my level best to the task overcoming these situations. I hope that my study would help the company in understanding the external environmental factors which may affect their business and according to that they can develop their strategies.It was a great learning experience for me.Thanks for giving me this wonderful opportunity to get to know about the Marketing field. Thanks again.
Dear Respondent, My name is …………….. I am a student of MBA from ………………………… As a part of my summer internship training from ETNL, I am working on the Project “Software as a teaching aid and management in modern scenario”. This questionnaire is framed to know whether the soft wares facilitate the teaching and management process in educational institutions. Name of the institution: Address: Phone no: Name of the Principal: Head of the English Department: Decision Maker of your Institution: 1. What type of education does your institution offer? ___________________________________________________________________ 2. What is the total student strength of your institute? ___________________________________________________________________ 3. Do you have any website of your institution? (a) Yes (b) No
4. Is computer education included in the curriculum of the institute?
If yes, specify the course(s) in brief ________________________________________________________________________ 5. Do you have a computer lab in your institution? (a) Yes (b) No
If yes, Please specify the number of computers ________ 6. Do you have any of these following softwares in your institution? Campus automation Language lab Online exam Continuous & Comprehensive evaluation Library software Pay roll software 7. For how long you have been using soft wares in your institution? (a) Since inception (b) recently (Date)
8. Who are the users of the soft wares installed in your institutions? (a)Students (b) Teachers (c) Management staffs (d) All of them
9. What are the benefits do you get in using software as a teaching or management aid? 50
________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ 10. If you wouldn’t have use the soft wares what would be the hindrance to your institution?
11. Do you think that the use of soft wares enhance the learning process? (a) Yes (b) No
12. Do you think that students find it more interactive in learning through soft wares? (a) Yes (b) No
13. How will you rate your present software system on the basis of performance? poor average satisfactory good outstanding
14. Are you satisfied with the present quality of service provided by the soft wares installed in your institution? (a) Yes (b) No
15. Will you opt for any up gradation of the computer soft wares used in your institution? (a) Yes (b) No
16. Are you aware of the use of the soft wares in educational institutes? (a) Yes (b) No
17. Do you have any future plans to introduce computer softwares as a teaching and management aid? (a) Yes (b) No
18. . Do you think usage of softwares help in the promotion of your institution? (a) Yes (b) No
19. What are the factors you take into consideration, while purchasing software? (a) Price (b) Features (c) Both
20. Is there any specific reason behind not using the computer soft wares? If yes, what are the reasons? ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________
The list containing the name and address of the institutes which were visited during the field study.
Serial no: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.
Name and ADDRESS of the institute
B T ROAD GOVT SPONSORED HIGH SCHOOL 35/2 B T ROAD NORTH KOL PO+PS COSSIPORE .KOLKATA-2 SINTHI RAMKRISHNA SANGHA VIDYAMANDIR FOR GIRLS' 40 GOUR SUNDAR SETH LANE PS SINTHI KOLKATA-50 SINTHEE RAMKRISHNA SANGHA VIDYAMANDIR FOR BOYS 76B K C GHOSH RD PO SINTHEE PS SINTHI KOLKATA-50 PARK INSTITUTION 12 MOHANLAL STREET PS ULTADANGA PO SHYAMBAZAR KOLKATA-4 BAGBAZAR MULTIPURPOSE GIRLS' SCHOOL (GOVTSPONS) 65A BAGBAZAR STREET PS SHYAMPUKUR KOLKATA-700003 RAMKRISHNA SARADA MISSION SISTER NIVEDITA GIRLS' SCHOOL 5 NIVEDITA LANE PO BAGHBAZAR PS SHYAMPUKUR KOLKATA-700003 ADARSHA VIDYAPITH 15/1/C/H/8 MURARI PUKUR ROAD NORTH KOLKATA-67 BAGHBAZAR HIGH SCHOOL 29A BOSE PARA LANE KOLKATA-700003 CALCUTTA JUBILEE INSTITUTION 66B MASJID BARI ST BEADON ST KOLKATA-6 CALCUTTA TRAINING ACADEMY 13 SIMLA STREET PS JORASANKO KOLKATA-6 CALCUTTA VIDYA BHABAN 27B GREY STREET PO HATKHOLA PS BARTALA KOLKATA-5 CENTRAL COLLEGIATE SCHOOL 71/2A BIDHAN SARANI PS BARTALA KOLKATA-700006
13. 14. 15. 16.
COSSIPORE INSTITUTION 15/A RATAN BABU ROAD PS +PO COSSIPORE KOLKATA-2 COSSIPORE SREE GOPAL VIDYAMANDIR 11 GOPAL CHATTERJEE ROAD PO + PS COSSIPORE KOLKATA-2 EAST CALCUTTA NATIONAL SCHOOL 38 M M ROAD NORTH PO KANKURGUCHHI KOLKATA-54 KESHUB ACADEMY 53
148 RAMDULAL SARKAR STREET BURTOLLA KOLKATA-6 PAIKPARA KUMAR ASUTOSH INSTITUTION 34 RAJA MANINDRA ROAD BELGACHIA PS CHITPUR KOLKATA-37 PRAFULLA PRATAP VIDYAYATAN 105 SATIN SEN SARANl PO KANKURGACHI PS MANIKTALA KOLKATA54 SARADACHARAN ARYAN INSTITUTION 421/A RABINDRA SARANl PO HATKHOLA PS JORABAGAN KOLKATA-5 SARADACHARAN ARYAN INSTITUTION 421/A RABINDRA SARANl PO HATKHOLA PS JORABAGAN KOLKATA-5 SARADAPRASAD INSTITUTION 108/18 BIDHAN NAGAR ROAD ULTADANGA MAIN ROAD PO KOLKATA67 THE ORIENTAL SEMINARY 363 RABINDRA SARANI BEADON ST PS JORABAGAN KOLKATA-6 ULTADANGA UNITED HIGH SCHOOL 49 ULTADANGA ROAD NORTH KOL PO+PS ULTADANGA KOLKATA-4 ANANDANAGAR HIGH SCHOOL PO & VILL ANANDANAGAR PS BALLY SUB DIV HOWRAH
19. 20. 21.
22. 23. 24.
BALLY NISCHINDA CHITTARANJAN VIDYALAYA PO GHOSHPARA PS BALLY SD HOWRAH SADAR HOWRAH BALLY SANTIRAM VIDYALAYA 382 G T ROAD PO & PS BALLY SUB DIVN HOWRAH SADAR DT HOWRAH BALTIKARI MUKTARAM DEY HIGH SCHOOL PO BALITIKURI PS JAGACHA SUB DIVN HOWRAH SADAR DT HOWRAH BAXARAH HIGH SCHOOL BAXARAH PS SIBPUR HOWRAH-711110 BELUR HIGH SCHOOL 310 G T ROAD BELURMATH PS BALLY HOWRAH SADAR DT HOWRAH
27. 28. 29.
BELUR N B ROY HIGH SCHOOL 3 THAKUR DAS GHOSH STREET PO LILUAH PS BALLY DT HOWRAH 54
31. 32. 33. 34. 35.
PIN 711204 BHATTANAGAR KULAKAMINI VIDYAMANDIR PO BHATTANAGAR PS LILUAH DT HOWRAH-711203 DAFARPUR PRABARTAK VIDYAMANDIR VILL + PO DAFARPUR PS DOMJUR DT HOWRAH-711405 DASNAGAR NETAJI VIDYAYATAN P 258 BENARAS ROAD PO NETAJIGARH PS LILUAH HOWRAH-8 DEULPUR HIGH SCHOOL VILL + PO DEULPUR PS PANCHLA HOWRAH-711411 DHARSA MIHIRLAL KHAN INSTITUTION PO G I P COLONY PS JAGACHHA SUB DIVN HOWRAH SADAR HOWRAH-711112 DHULAGORI ADARSHA VIDYALAYA VILL + PO DHULAGORI PS SANKRAIL DT HOWRAH DUILLYA PANCHPARA HIGH SCHOOL PANCHPARA PO RADHADASI HOWRAH SADAR-711317 HAKOLA UMESH CHANDRA HIGH SCHOOL PO BIKI HAKOLA PS PANCHLA SUB DIVN HOWRAH SADAR HOWRAH
36. 37. 38.
HOWRAH DESHBANDHU VIDYALAYA 184 NETAJI SUBHAS ROAD PO HOWRAH RD PS BANTRA DT HOWRAH711101 HOWRAH RABINDRA DESHBANDHU VIDYALAYA 8 PRIYANATH GHOSH LANE PO SANTRAGACHI PS SIBPUR HOWRAH711104
HOWRAH RABINDRA VIDYAMANDIR 53 BARUI PARA LANE PO SANTRAGACHI PS SIBPUR HOWRAH SADAR 711104 HOWRAH SREE RAMKRISHNA SIKSHALAYA 106 NARASINGHA DUTTA ROAD PS BANTRA SUB DIVN HOWRAH SADAR HOWRAH-1 55
HOWRAH VIVEKANANDA INSTITUTION 75-77'sWAMl VIVEKANANDA ROAD POSANTRAGACHI PS SIBPUR DT HOWRAH JAGACHA HIGH SCHOOLJAGACHA PO GIP COLONY PS JAGACHA SUB DIVN HOWRAH SADAR JHAPORDAH DUKE INSTITUTION VILL + PO S JHAPORDAH PS DOMJUR SUB DIVN HOWRAH SADAR DT HOWRAH-711405 JHOREHAT FAKIR CHANDRA HIGH SCHOOL VILL&POJHORAHAT PS SANKRIL SUB DIVN HOWRAH SADAR DT HOWRAH-711302
47. 48. 49.
KANDUAH MAHAKALI HIGH SCHOOL VILL & PO KANDUAH PS SANKRAIL HOWRAH KESHABPUR HIGH SCHOOL PO KESHABPUR PS DOMJUR DT HOWRAH KHASMORAH HIGH SCHOOL VILL + PO KHASMORAH HOWRAH SADAR PS DOMJUR BEGRI DT HOWRAH 711411
50. 51. 52.
KONA HIGH SCHOOL PO KONA PS LILUAH SUB DIVN HOWRAH SADAR DT HOWRAH-711411 MOHIARY HIGH SCHOOL VILL MOHIARY PO ANDUL MOURI PS DOMJUR DT HOWRAH-711302 MOHIARY KUNDU CHOUDHURY INSTITUTION VILL MOHIARY PO ANDUL MOURI PS DOMJUR DT HOWRAH SADAR PIN-711302
NEW KOLORA HIGH SCHOOL VILL &PO NEW KOLORA PS DOMJUR SUB DIVN HOWRAH SADAR DT HOWRAH-711302 NIBRA HIGH SCHOOL 56
VILL+PO NIBRA PS DOMJUR SUB DIVN HOWRAH SADAR DT HOWRAH PADMAPUKUR RAMKRISHNA VIDYAMANDIR 100/1 SHAIK PARA LANE PS SIBPUR PO SANTRAGACHI SUB DIVN HOWRAH SADAR DT HOWRAH-711104 PARBATIPUR VIDYAPITH PO+VILL PARBATIPUR PS DOMJUR SUB DIVN HOWRAH SADAR DT HOWRAH-711405
SALKIA HINDU SCHOOL 9 HRISHIKESH GHOSH LANE PO SALKIA PS GOLBARI DT HOWRAH711106 SANKRAIL ABHAY CHARAN HIGH SCHOOL VILL + PO SANKRAIL PS SANKRAIL SUB DIVN HOWRAH SADAR DT HOWRAH-711313
SANTRAGACHI MOTILAL NEHURU SMRITI VIDYALAYA 92/7-8 BANGALPARA 2ND BYE LANE PO SANTRAGACHI PS CHATTERJEEHAT SUB DIVN HOWRAH SADAR DT HOWRAH-711104 SARENGA HIGH SCHOOL PO SARENGA PS SANKRAIL DT HOWRAH-711309 SATASHI HIGH SCHOOL PO G I P COLONY PS-JAGACHA SUB DIVN HOWRAH SADAR DT HOWRAH-711112 SIBPUR B E COLLEGE MODEL HIGH SCHOOL PO B GARDEN PS SHIBPUR SIBPUR SRIMAT SWAMI PRAJNANANDA SARASWATI VIDYALAYA 78/8 COLLEGE ROAD PO B GARDEN PS SHIBPUR SUB DIVN HOWRAH SADAR HOWRAH-711103 SOUTH BANTRA RAMKRISHNA INSTITUTION 184 BALILIOUS ROAD PO + PS BANTRA KADAMTALA SUB DIVN HOWRAH SADAR DT HOWRAH-711101
ANKURHATI KIBRIA GAZI SCHOOL VILL ANKURHATI PO SALAP HOWRAH PS DOMJUR SD .HOWRH DT HOWRAH-711409 SAPUIPARA JANATA ADARSHA VIDYALAYA VILL&POSAPUIPARA PS BALLY DT HOWRAH-711227 SANTINAGAR SAPUIPARA HIGH SCHOOL VILL WEST SANTINAGAR PO SAPUIPARA PS BALLY DT HOWRAH711227
BASUDEVPUR KEDARNATH PURNA CHANDRA H SCHOOL PO BELKULAI PS PANCHLA SUB DIV ULUBERIA DIST HOWRAH BURIKHALI KSHETRA MOHAN INSTITUTION VILL + PO BURIKHALI PS BAURIA SD ULUBERIA DIST HOWRAH PHONE: 26618036
70. 71. 72. 73.
JOARGORI UNION HIGH SCHOOL PO JOARGORI SUB DIV ULUBERIA DIST HOWRAH KAUURI HIGH SCHOOL VILL + PO KAUURI PS ULUBERIA SUB DIV ULUBERIA DIST HOWRAH KHARIA MOYNAPUR HIGH SCHOOL PO KHARIA MOYNAPUR PS + SD ULUBERIA DIST HOWRAH SHYAMNAGAR HIGH SCHOOL 33 SHYAM NAGAR RD PO BANGUR AVE. PS DUMDUM GORABAZAR KOLKATA-55 SIKSHA NIKETAN HIGH SCHOOL 7/D DUMDUM MOTIJHEEL AVENUE BARRACKPUR PS DUMDUM KOLKATA-74 DUMDUM DESHABANDHU HIGH SCHOOL 9 SUBHASH NAGAR BYE LANE PO RABINDRA NAGAR PS DUMDUM KOLKATA-700065
MATA MONOMOHINI MADHYAMIK VIDYALAYA (CO-ED) 104 B.T. ROAD BONHOOGHLY PO ALAMBAZAR PS BARANAGAR KOLKATA-700035
ALAMBAZAR ARYA VIDYALAYA HIGH SCHOOL 47 DESHBANDHU ROAD (WEST) PO ALAMBAZAR PS BARANAGAR KOLKATA-700035 BARANAGAR NARENDRANATH VIDYAMANDIR 61 KASHINATH DUTTA RD KOLKATA-700036 PO+PS BARANAGAR
BARANAGAR RAMESWAR HIGH SCHOOL 21 RAY MATHURANATH CHAUDHURI STREET PO BARANAGAR BARANAGAR VIDYAMANDIR 35/1 VIDYAYATAN SARANI ALAMBAZAR PS BARANAGAR KOLKATA700035 BARANAGAR MAYAPITH NARI SIK'SHA ASRAM 277/1 GOPAL LALTAGORE RD PS BARANAGAR KOLKATA-36
BARANAGAR MOHAN GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL 571 NETAJI COLONY GOURISANKAH PANDAY LANE PO SINTHEE PS BARANAGAR KOLKATA-50 BARANAGAR RAJKUMARI MEMORIAL GIRLS' H SCHOOL 2&3 SASHIPADA INSTITUTE LANE (Al-AM BAZAR) PO BARANAGAR KOLKATA-36 DUMDUM ANANDA ASRAM SARADA VIDYAPITH 104 B T RD(BONHOOGHLY) PO ALAMBAZAR SUB DIV BARRACKPORE PS BARANAGAR KOLKATA-700108 SINTHE RAI BAHADUR BADRIDASTULSAN VIDYAPITH 1 KALICHARAN GHOSH RD PS BARANAGAR PO SINTHEE BARRACKPORE KOLKATA-50 SINTHEE KASTURBA KANYA VIDYAPITH 1 KALICHARAN GHOSH RD 59
BARRACKPORE 87. PO + PS BARANAGAR KOLKATA-50 KUTIGHAT MAHAKALI PATHSALA 16/1 JOYNARAYAN BANERJEE LANE BARANAGAR SUB DIV 88. BARRACKPORE PO + PS BARANAGAR KOLKATA-36 COSSIPORE ST NINIANS HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS' 30 B T ROAD PO + PS COSSIPORE KOLKATA-2 89. 90. 91. 92. 93. 94. COSSIPORE INSTITUTION FOR GIRLS' 86 COSSIPORE ROAD PS COSSIPORE KOLKATA-700002 COSSIPORE HARISANKAR BANIPITH HIGH SCHOOL 20 RATAN BABU ROAD PS +PO COSSIPORE KOLKATA-2 St. THOMAS' CHURCH SCHOOL 3, CHURCH ROAD HOWRAH, WEST BENGAL INDIA SUNRISE ENGLISH MEDIUM SCHOOL 9 TARACHAND GANGULY STREET BELUR MATH, HOWRAH, INDIA DON BOSCO SCHOOL LILUAH ,LILUAH, HOWRAH-711204 HOWRAH VIVEKANANDA INSTITUTION 75-77'sWAMl VIVEKANANDA ROAD POSANTRAGACHI PS SIBPUR DT 95. 96. 97. HOWRAH ST. AGNES' CONVENT SCHOOL 1, KING'S ROAD HOWRAH-711 101 WEST BENGAL W.W.A. COSSIPORE ENGLISH SCHOOL 59, SEVEN TANKS ESTATES KOLKATA, WEST BENGAL, 700002, India KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA DUMDUM,ORDNANCE FACTORY, (DUMDUM ESTATE) JESSORE ROAD DUMDUM KOLKATA -700028 98. 99. 100. WEST BENGAL MAHARAJA MANINDRA CHANDRA COLLEGE(DAY SHIFT) 20 RAMKANTO BOSE STREET KOLKATA-700003 MAHARAJA SRIS CHANDRA COLLEGE(EVENING SHIFT) 20 RAMKANTO BOSE STREET KOLKATA-700003 MAHARANI KASISWARI COLLEGE(MORNING SHIFT) 20 RAMKANTO BOSE STREET KOLKATA-700003
SETH ANANDRAM JAIPURIA COLLEGE 10, RAJA NABAKRISHNA STREET KOLKATA-700005
102. 103. 104.
NARSINGHA DUTT COLLEGE ADDRESS: 129 BELLIOUS ROAD ,HOWRAH ULUBERIA COLLEGE ADDRESS: ULUBERIA, HOWRAH, PIN - 711 315 BAGHBAZAR WOMEN’S COLLEGE ADDRESS: P-29, KSHIRODE VIDYAVINOD AVENUE, BAGH BAZAR KOLKATA – 700003
BANGABASI COLLEGE ADDRESS: 19, RAJKUMAR CHAKRABARTY SARANI, KOLKATA – 700009,
106. 107. 108.
GURUDAS COLLEGE ADDRESS: NARKELDANGA, KOLKATA - 700 054 SCOTTISH CHURCH COLLEGE 1 & 3 URQUHART SQUARE KOLKATA 700 006 SIR GURUDAS NAHAVIDYALAYA ADDRESS: 33C/1, B.B.GHOSH SARANI ULTADANGA - MURARIPUKUR KOLKATA-67, PIN-700067. SURENDRANATH COLLEGE ADDRESS : 24/2, MAHATMA GANDHI ROAD, KOLKATA-700009 DUMDUM MOTIJHEEL COLLEGE 1 MOTIJHEEL AVENUE KOLKATA—700074
THE VICTORIA INSTITUTION ADDRESS: 78B, A.P. C. ROAD, KOLKATA - 700 009
LAY BRABOURNE COLLEGE ADDRESS : P-1/2, SUHRAWARDY AVENUE, KOLKATA – 700017
GOENKA COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND BUSSINESS ADMINISTRATION ADDRESS: 210, BEPIN BEHARI GANGULY STREET, KOLKATA - 700 012 ST. PAUL’S CATHEDRAL MISSION COLLEGE ADDRESS: 33/1 RAJA RAMMOHAN ROYSARANI, Kolkata 700009 CHRIST CHURCH GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL ADDRESS: 30, JESSORE ROAD DUM DUM, KOLKATA - 700 028 SCOTTISH CHURCH COLLEGIATE SCHOOL ADDRESS: 73 BIDHAN SARANl PO BEADON ST PS BURTOLLA KOLKATA-6 ABSS INSTITUTE OF HIGHER EDUCATION, HOWRAH 21/A, AGRASAIN STREET, LILUAH, HOWRAH -711 204 CALCUTTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ADDRESS: BANITALA, ULUBERIA, HOWRAH -711 316 MCKV INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING ADDRESS: 243 G.T. ROAD (N) LILUAH, HOWRAH – 711 204 SEACOM ENGINEERING COLLEGE ADDRESS: JALADHULAGORI HIGH ROAD (VIA ANDUL MOURI), SANKRAIL, DIST. HOWRAH, PIN-711302 INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES ADDRESS: NH - 6, BOMBAY ROAD, PALARA ( OPP. BISK FARM ),P.OMAHISREKHA, ULUBERIA, HOWRAH – 711303 NEAREST RAILWAY STATION – KULGACHIA
114. 115. 116. 117. 118. 119. 120.
MARIA’S DAY SCHOOL ADDRESS: 11/6 G T ROAD (s) &, 2 GOPAL GOBINDA BOSE LANE HOWRAH,
HOWRAH St JOHN’S HIGH SCHOOL ADDRESS: 12 HAR DUTT RAI CHAMARIA ROAD, HOWRAH
St FRANCIS XAVIER SCHOOL OFFICE ADDRESS: GA BLOCK, PURBACHAL, PHASE-I, SALT LAKE CITY, KOLKATA – 700097 GURUNANAK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ADDRESS: 157/F NILGUNJ ROAD, PANIHATI, SODEPUR, KOLKATA – 700114.
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