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School Cashiering System with SMS Notification in VB.Net

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janobe
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Visual Basic .NET
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This cashiering system is an automated system that is intended for schools and universities. The main goal of this is to help lessen the burden both the students and the cashier when paying school tuition fee. This system has the ability to add courses, add a student, add fees and at the same time the student can pay for their tuition fee. And the function of payment is individual and in every payment a receipt will be given to the student then an sms notification will be sent to his parents to notify that her/his child have already paid.

These are the following features of the system

  • Manage Students
  • Manage Courses
  • Manage Fee’s
  • Manage Users
  • Enrollment
  • Cashiering
  • Print Account Recievable
  • Print Cash
  • Login and Logout

You can access the system using the following accounts.

  • Username : admin
  • Password:admin

System Requirements

  • Microsoft Visual Studio 2015
  • Xampp
  • Diafaan SMS Server
  • mysql-connector-net
  • mysql-connector-odbci

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Mobile No. – 09305235027 – TNT
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SMS Notification in VB.Net
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MySQL Database
Cashiering System in VB.Net

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