Data Submission v/s Data-Bank

Bringing the Concept of Submission against Data-Bank

The concept of submission as defined from Merriam Webster, that it is act of giving a document, a proposal, piece of writing to someone so that it can be considered or approved. On other side Data-bank as defined by Wikipedia, it is  is a repository of information on one or more subjects that is organized in a way that facilitates local or remote information retrieval. Why submission against Data-bank?

Added tab for circulars

We have decided to add another page on our blogger for Circulars, please visit the page to check on the recent circulars as received from bulk mailer.

Non-compliance and incorrect data

It is the duty of every institution to ensure that data is updated on regular basis to keep the expected standards, data which is incorrect will reflect incorrect statistics and thus result in incorrect planning.

Time for submission of database

Schools may start uploading their databases three days before the actual submission date.
If the uploading is made via EmisPortal or Errors and Omission it will only be active three days before. This gives enough time to upload before the due date. Errors and Omission will be updated to accommodate this setup. It is therefore vital to keep up rest of the new developments.
Submission may be made as long as there is updated information, which includes duplicating learners, learners withdrawn or admitted, updating of educators details and attendance and others.