Using Geographical Information System for Developing Education Information System: A Case Study of Srinagar City, Jammu & Kashmir, India

Faizan Jalal, Junaid Qadir, (doi: 10.23953/cloud.ijarsg.360)


The purpose of this study was to collect appropriate data of Education facilities around Srinagar city using GPS and to store the data into the Geodatabase built to manage them more efficiently. The Education data pertaining to these Education facilities was classified into different classes such as: Primary, Primary with upper primary, Secondary, Higher Secondary and Schools operating together. A total of 352 Government Schools were mapped out of them 122 were Primary Schools, 138 primary with upper primary Schools, 52 were Secondary Schools and 29 were Higher Secondary Schools. During the study it was found 10 Schools were operating together at same place, so their single coordinates have been taken and few of the Schools couldn’t be mapped due to some issues such as non-existence. The present study focuses on using Geographic information system and integrating with the Education information system to generate a baseline data for the planning, development and preservation of these Education facilities.

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