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M-Star UES


  • Free and immediate access to latest reference and supplementary materials
  • Multiple content presentation methods possible
  • Self-paced andcompetency based learning
  • Online / home learning, Distance Education
  • Comprehensive student / faculty portfolio
  • Students can view assignments, projects, prepare answers and submit them
  • Additionally student activities are securely available allowing them to create compelling resumes for subsequent jobs


  • Workflow based processes (for amendments, new curriculum/courses)
  • Collaborative lesson creation
  • Authoring of one’s own courses from ready/available material
  • Create and run own normative and proficiency / formative andsummative assessments
  • Instructor led training, real-time classes
  • Individualized learning programs
  • Effective and timely mentoring
  • Community building and cross pollination of ideas (through blogs, forums, social media etc)


  • Analytics embedded within the reporting framework help the institution in developing new curricula, lessons, practical, field research and other programs to help meet its own goals, state and centre mandates
  • SIF Integration: The School Interoperability Framework (SIF) compliance enables M-Star LMS related data to be exported in XML and other formats to be integrated into other institution systems.

Assessments & Evaluation

  • Normative Assessments: Institutions can create and run normative or proficiency assessments to baseline students in a given program or course. These baselines can be used to identify student weakness and to provide individualized learning programs.
  • Formative and Summative Assessments: Institutions can design their own formative andsummative assessments schedules, and conduct them through M-Star LMS. Students can view assignments, projects, prepare and submit them. Faculty can track the progress of the assignment they have given to their class, and additionally view submitted assignments, and grade them, after checking for plagiarism and other practices in common practice today.
  • Certification Programs: can be conducted for students, and faculty to quality them for specific skills. These programs can be totally online, or conducted as a combination of online tests, skills exams instituted in the laboratory, practical field research and others, facilitating a comprehensive view of the student skills.