NOVEL E-ATTENDANCE SYSTEM USING NFC

Anuja Gharat, Asmita Gholve, Komal Holkar, Prof.Pradnya Velhal

Abstract


This paper introduces a Near Field Communication (NFC) supported school attendance supervision system for school children. Traditionally, teachers conduct students attendance monitoring every time with manual roll calls, and mark absences and thenenter in the backend system. This requires time and effort on every school day. In addition, children beginning school/college travel to school/college independently, either on foot, by motorcycle, or by bus. Therefore, parents of young students regularly call to their children or teachers or institutes on cell phones to ensure that the child has made his/her way to school safely. Answering parents calls takes up teachers time that could be used for teaching or staffs time that could be used for management. The NFC-enabled school attendance supervision system has been designed to simplify attendance monitoring. The system replaces manual roll calls and gives parents information of their childrens attendance in real-time. 


Keywords


NFC Tag ,Radio Frequency Identification , OTP(One Time Password) , E-attendance

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