Ruby on Rails to power 13, 000 schools with 7million+ students in Kerala, India

I don’t know how many of you are already aware of the Opensource
Project Fedena - http://www.projectfedena.org/

Fedena is recently selected by Government of Kerala, India to automate
13,000 schools with 7million+ students. I guess it is one of the
largest implementation of a Ruby on Rails code in education sector.

The project is named as “Sampoorna” - http://sampoorna.itschool.gov.in/
News -
http://ibnlive.in.com/generalnewsfeed/news/digital-super-highway-connecting-schools-soon/760209.html

This project is into the final stages and expect a huge fan-base of
ROR in Kerala. The IT@School department of Government of Kerala is
notable for its achievements related to supporting FOSS
https://www.itschool.gov.in/achievements.php

thankx for informing us…

On Sun, Aug 7, 2011 at 7:51 PM, Unni K. [email protected] wrote:

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Dhaval M.

Its really good to know it !!

Great for us

On Mon, Aug 8, 2011 at 2:46 PM, prionko [email protected] wrote:

The project is named as “Sampoorna” -http://sampoorna.itschool.gov.in/
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Interesting. It would be nice if one of the representatives from the
team
present about the project at the next RubyConfIndia.

Thanks,
Prakash Murthy
http://twitter.com/_prakash

Thank you for the information

Just found the slides of Fedena RubyConf 2010 presentation @ Slideshare

@prakash: The project has already been presented once at Rubyconf India
(in
2010 http://rubyconfindia.org/2010/speakers.html). But it would be
interesting to hear from the team about how the project has grown since
then. Back then it was a very new project and now it has grown to become
a
project implemented across 13k schools.

Thanks for the information.

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