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Teacher's Behavior Evaluation System in VB.Net Integrated with Bunifu Frameworks

A Teacher Evaluation System is a software-based system that its main goal is to help save a lot of time in reviewing the performance of every teacher in a classroom, rates them and provides feedback that leads to improving their performance in teaching and learning. This is a user-friendly system that anyone who administers this or has access can easily use the functionalities of the system. It contains two sides which are the User side (Students) and the admin side (School Staff). The role of the user is to fill out the evaluation forms and submit them. While, on the admin side he will be the one responsible for viewing the results and can also modify the evaluation form such as comments, questions to be completed by the students. See the following features below, to know more about the system.

These are the following features of the system.

Admin Side
figure 1

  • Manage Students
  • Manage Subjects
  • Manage Teachers
  • Manage Class
  • Manage Users
  • Generate Reports

Student Side
figure 2

  • Evaluating Teacher

Accessing this system using the admin accounts:

  • Username:admin
  • Password: admin

Download and install the following:

For more information about the system. You can contact me @
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Mobile No. – 09305235027 – TNT
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