T John Group of Institutions implement Oracle PeopleSoft Campus Solutions

29th July 2013 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

Oracle logoNew Delhi, India, July 29, 2013: Universities that offer graduate programs know that the lifecycle of a student pursuing an advanced degree with a focus on research differs significantly from the lifecycle of a student enrolled in undergraduate or professional development programmes. T John Group of Institutions, Bangalore offers long-duration programmes, executive education programmes and specialised courses in areas such as entrepreneurship and management. The group recently selected Oracle’s PeopleSoft Campus Solutions to help them efficiently manage its graduate students from the time of application through association with the supporting committees – including tracking progress milestones, monitoring time-to-completion and thesis evaluation.

Over 4,500 students, faculty members and administrative staff of the T. John Group of Institutions will use and benefit from this implementation. T. John Group of Institutions chose Oracle’s PeopleSoft platform over solutions from competitors because of Oracle’s leadership in the education sector and proven capabilities to support multi-campus requirements and multiple integrations.

George Varghese, Senior Director – Applications, Oracle India, said, “T. John Group needed a framework that supports the intersection of academics, administrative processes, and long-term constituent relationships to promote student success. Oracle is committed to simultaneously developing advanced solutions that offer immense flexibility in deployment to provide a unique experience to Gen-Y students and “future-proof” the institute’s investments. PeopleSoft Applications have become a benchmark for global educational institutes and we are delighted to support T. John Group of Institutions in their business endeavours.”

Enhancing the Student Learning and Teaching Experience with Oracle

    • PeopleSoft Applications, namely PeopleSoft Gradebook, PeopleSoft Campus Self Service,PeopleSoft Student Administration, PeopleSoft Payroll, PeopleSoft HRMS, PeopleSoft Financial,PeopleSoft Inventory, and Oracle Policy Automation/Modeling will cover the complete student lifecycle plus analytics and back office operations.
    • With this implementation, the institutions will be able to streamline its student lifecycle management process including the admission cycle, enrolment, fee collection, and assignment tracking. The Human Resource Management System and Payroll system facilitate the same efficiencies for the employees of the institutions. The implementation  will equip the institutions with a comprehensive IT solution that is of international standards.

Key benefits expected from this implementation include:

    • Complete automation of student management and administrative processes,
    • Student data collection and analysis,
    • Dashboard creation for the organization’s financial health assessment and student lifecycle tracking,
    • Policy regulation and modeling by following multiple university regulatory policies with respect to admission, quota, and exam conduct,
    • Access to real-time information like course schedule, assignments, project submission dates, transcript requests and course materials,
    • Efficient maintenance of employee records, payroll, skill sets, roles and responsibilities.


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