Student Transport Management System is based on a concept of managing transportation for the students and many more. Before stepping into the main system a user has to pass through a login system to get access, there are two types of login i.e. Staff and Student Login. The main menu displays with the selective options which contain Register, Staff Login, Student Login, and Notices. The user can also register in the system for their own login details.
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About Student Transport Management System In C++
Before using its features, he/she has to select Staff or students log in. Both have different menu according to their respective roles. From Staff’s login, the user can check the Complaint box, publish notice, check routes with allocated staff. Whereas from the student’s login he/she can view Allotment form, Submit Complains and check staff’s detail. Before logging on to any of these accounts, the user can view the Current Notice provided by the staffs. Another interesting feature is that, if the user doesn’t have an account he/she can register freely on both accounts by filling the forms asked by the system. Here the system provides the username which is generated automatically and the user just has to set the password not more than 4 characters. And the user also has to provide Bus seat number. The features of this project can be summarized as –
- Register – Login System
- Staff Account
- Student Account
- Publish/View Notice
- Complaint Box
- Allotment Form
LOGIN DETAILS ARE PROVIDED IN “Readme.txt” FILE INSIDE PROJECT FOLDER
How to run Student Transport Management System In C++ ?
Student Transport Management system is developed using C++ Programming Language and different variables, strings have been used for the development of it. Student Transport Management System in C++ Programming is free to download with source code. This project provides the simplest and the best system for managing a school’s or a college’s transportation system. In order to run the project, you must have installed Dev C++ or Code Blocks on your PC. (we recommend these IDE).