The College Education Department (CED) of Sindh has started putting in place an online attendance system for students to make it easier to manage attendance data digitally. The ultimate goal of this program is to make it easier to keep and analyze data on attendance.
According to the information given, In Sindh, the new system will allow teachers to record student attendance electronically. In addition, the system will let parents know if there is a problem with their child’s attendance.
The manual attendance system was full of problems but the Center for Economic Development of Sindh (CED Sindh) is confident that switching to an online system will solve the problem for good. All of these problems came from the fact that attendance was being recorded by hand.
All over Sindh, students went back to school on August 1 after a long summer break that lasted more than two months and included more than two months of vacation.
On June 1, students at all levels of education in the province’s public, private, and postsecondary schools began their summer break, which lasted until the last day of July.
There were rumors in the days leading up to August 1 that the Sindh Education and Literacy Department (SELD) might extend the summer break past August 1 because of the severe storms. The SELD, on the other hand, hasn’t wasted any time in making it clear that classes will start on their regular dates.