Last July 13, 2019, ERNI together with its academic partner MFI Polytechnic Institute, celebrates the graduation ceremony of ERNI’s Social Project scholars. Out of fifteen students, eight of them moved to the final assessment upon completing the 150-hour course in System Analysis, Design and Development Using MS.Net C# Programming and successfully implementing their software projects.
For the final project, the scholars were divided into two groups with each group tasked to develop a software system that will apply their learnings and benefit their school. The groups successfully implemented the following:
- Library Management System – supports primary housekeeping functions of a library such as book inventory, user management, and library transactions.
- School Enrollment System – performs the process involved in school enrollment such as student registration, class scheduling, and advising
During the project presentation, the scholars proudly demonstrate their system and answer queries from the panel composed of representatives from ERNI and MFI. They emphasize that the main inspiration for their systems is to give back to their schools and to help in its digitalization process. They also pitch their idea for individual software systems they want to develop to give back to the community.
ERNI scholars deeply express their gratitude to ERNI for opening up vast opportunities, and for igniting their interest in IT education. As the next step, the top three graduates will proceed with an internship at ERNI where they can further enhance their learnings and use their theoretical know-how to practical work.