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Institute Management System – Offline with Full Source Code

Institute management system offline mode was developed because one of my coaching class were not using computer to manage the day-to-day transaction of the institution.

This is a very tedious and time-consuming process that’s why I help them to create a program that will allow them to store the data in the computer.

The record of every student, courses, fees are now handled using computer and can be easily access in no time.

To see how the system works, please watch the video below:

following modules are included herewith :

1. DASHBOARD

2. Home

3. Profile Settings

4. Backup Option

5. COURSE & BATCH
– Manage Batch
– Manage Course

6.MANAGE ENQUIRERS
– Enquiry

7. STUDENT MANAGEMENT
– Manage Student

8. FEE MANAGEMENT
– Manage Fee
– Fee Reminder

9. MANAGE EXPEDIENCES
– Expenses

10. REPORTING
– Fee Status Report
– Student wise Fee Report
– Tax Report

11. SEND SMS

12. Select Course -> Select Batch -> Enter Message -> Send using SMS API

SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS

HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS
PROCESSOR: INTEL CORE I3
RAM: 4GBHDD: 1TB
MONITOR: 15” COLOR MONITOR

SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS
FRONT END       : C#.net
BACK END: MYSQL
OPERATION SYSTEM: WINDOWS 7
IDE: XAMPP SERVER, Microsoft Visual Studio 2015, Crystal Report

note: Source Code is only available for educational purpose, plz don’t use it for commercial purpose without the permission of the original author.

Sajek valley is a great tourist area

Sajek valley is one of the most beautiful places in Bangladesh. People often travel abroad for visiting beautiful places, but Sajek is more beautiful than any other places. And, it is only a journey for 7-8 hours from the capital city Dhaka.

The beauty of Sajek is amazing. On the way for the ups and downs of the road, sometimes one will feel that he or she is very close to touch the sky and sometimes feels like falling down to the valley.Sajek, an all-weather tourist spot, is a union of Baghaichari upazila in Rangamati districts. Sajek Valley is situated in the north angle of Rangamati, near the Mizoram border area. The valley is 1,800 feet high from the sea level.

Though the valley is in Rangamati, it is easy for the tourists to go Sahek via Khagrachhari, some 62-km away from Khagrachhari.The main ethnic minorities on the valley are Chakma, Marma, Tripura, Pankua, Lushai and Sagma.
The place is known as hill queen for its natural beauty and roof of Rangamati. Marishsha is a name of a place near Sajek Valley.

Most of the houses there are made of bamboo. Near Sajek, there is another place Kanlak, which is famous for orange orchard. Most attractions of the spot are sun setting, sun rising, scenarios in the morning, evening, night time, rain, and aboriginal people. One can see one of the oldest and the furthest Border Outposts of the Border Guard of Bangladesh (BGB).

The route for the entire tour is Khagrachhori – Dighinala Bazaar – Bagaihat Bazaar – Machalong Haat – then Sajek.

Dragon Ball: A History

Before Dragon Ball was adapted into an anime, it was a manga. The story was written and illustrated by Akira Toriyama between November 1984 and May 1995. Titled Dragon Ball, the series was published entirely by Weekly Shōnen Jump before Sheisha bound them into tankōbon trades for readers.

Akira wrote the series shortly after he gained success with the manga Dr. Slump in 1980. The comedy gave him the clout to pursue Dragon Ball, and the artist jumped at the chance to publish his new story. While Dragon Ball is known for its over-the-top action, the series did not always focus on that. The manga was less about Super Saiyans and more about mythical hijinks when it debuted. Loosely inspired by the Chinese tale Journey to the WestDragon Ball began as a playful mix between comedy and slapstick action before later chapters delved into more intense action sequences.