Design and Implementation of Electronic Student Affairs System
This paper produces an efficient proposed student affairs system for Duhok Polytechnic University (DPU) called DPU Electronic Student Affairs System (DPU-ESAS). The proposed system consists of thirteen modules that provide four group of services, which are (student services: registration, ID card, postponement, transfer and waiver, certificate of graduation, Non-failure year and absence), (department services: plan acceptance and minimum limits), and (institution service: decisions approving), and (university service: authentication, decision approving and statistics). The proposed DPU-ESAS is designed according to the structure of DPU, which contains two different study systems. These systems are four years studying system depended at the colleges, and two years studying system for the institutes. The obtained results recorded and evaluated via special questionnaires form (system usability scale) that checked by students and staff of the same institutions. The evaluation score of the questionnaire is (72.44%) which can be considered as a good percentage.
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