IMPLEMENTATION OF A CONFLICT-FREEEXAMINATION SCHEDULING SYSTEM(ESS) IN ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS

Tabrej Khan, Asif Hassan Syed

Abstract


University examination timetabling problem is a type of scheduling problem. Schedule the course with minimum conflict means that none of the students should have more than one exam on the same day. In this regard, we developed an Examination Scheduling System (ESS) using the available resources (Halls, Invigilators, and instructors) with no conflict and thus achieving approval of the system among students and faculties. ESS application was made using ASP.net, C#, crystal report and SQL Server for building the relational database of ESS application.

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Examination Scheduling System (ESS), conflict, C#, Crystal Report, Asp.net, SQL Server

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v8i9.5079

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