Examination – Masters (Exam) – Subject Hierarchy

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Guidelines For Subject Hierarchy

 

Purpose / Use:-

Here you can give priority to subject and also do subject configuration

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Pr-Requisite:

Exam Masters – Subject Master – Add Subject

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Location:-

Exam Master – Subject Hierarchy

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How To Access:- 

  • There are three subject type

1. Compulsory:- Subjects that are to be considered in total during marks calculation.

2. Non Compulsory:- Subjects whose exams are not created and appears only in time table.

3. Optional:- Subjects whose marks are not to be calculated in total, percentage and overall grade.

  • Select standard, subject type according to your school / college

  • Select Elective or Non-elective (It is specific in school / college)

  • Give priority and 

  • Save it

         

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