Integrated Appraisal Management System for PE Undergraduates of General Universities

Yuhui ZHU


Integrated appraisal management system concerning undergraduates involves, based on systematic principles, via the computer technology, making statistical analysis of the database information about students according to the set standard, and then obtaining overall appraisal scores of each individual, displaying them with charts and report forms as well. The overall appraisal scores serve as the grounds of assessing undergraduates’ qualities. The advantages of the system are obvious: enormously saving time, labor and financial resources traditionally used for undergraduates’ appraisal and management, and improving working efficiency accordingly.
Key words: higher education management; integrated appraisal; information system


higher education management; integrated appraisal; information system

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