Project: Computer Time Table System in PHP with source code
Talking about the features of the Class and Exam Timetable Management System, the user can manage teachers, course/year/section, subjects, room, class, and exam schedule. In order to manage class schedule, the user has to select the day, starting and ending time, teacher, subject, room, course, semester, school year and department. Similarly, in order to manage exam
The users can also view class archive records. The admin panel contains user management, for easy management of the system. Design of this project is pretty simple so that the user won’t find any difficulties while working on it. Computer Science Timetable Management System in PHP helps in easy management of schedules and other records. To run this project you must have installed virtual server i.e XAMPP on your PC (for Windows). Computer science Timetable System in PHP with source code is free to download, Use for educational purposes only! For the project demo, have a look at the image slider below.
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- Admin Panel
- User management system
- Manage teachers, course/year/section
- Manage subject, rooms and school year
- View reports
- Maintain class schedule
- View archive
How To Run??
After Starting Apache and MySQL in XAMPP, follow the following steps
1st Step: Extract file
2nd Step: Copy the main project folder
3rd Step: Paste in xampp/htdocs/
Now Connecting Database
4th Step: Open a browser and go to URL “http://localhost/phpmyadmin/”
5th Step: Then, click on the databases tab
6th Step: Create a database naming “
7th Step: Click on browse file and select “ttms.sql” file which is inside “DATABASE” folder
8th Step: Click on go.
After Creating Database,
9th Step: Open a browser and go to URL “http://localhost/classexam/”
Then simply select roles for logging in.
Provide the username and password which is provided inside the “Readme.txt” file.