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Advanced Scheduling Scheme for Smart Classes

D. C. Bindushree, Nidhi Kumari, Nisha Shah


In earlier times, the problem of classroom scheduling was a greater challenge to educational programmers and faculties. Engineering education in today’s world is still using outdated technology and approach for teaching concepts. An inverted classroom, where content is delivered using video lectures which are viewed outside the classroom, this technique can reduce classroom time for activities related to teaching for example problem solving activities. To make up interactive virtual classroom together with online education experience is an important approach towards distance learning. To reduce the load on the programmers, this paper represents Smart Class, this allows the programmers to resolve the problem. Preparing timetable for universities represent a highly complex challenges which are usually dealt with proper search algorithms. This paper is proposed to solve the complex scheduling problems through system oriented architecture and by using scheduling and greedy algorithm.

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