Novel Methodology for Arbitration of Talented Students using an Electronic System: A Higher Education Perspective

Asim Seedahmed Ali Osman, Faizal Khan


Arbitration of Talented Students System (ATSS) provides a simple interface for Arbitrator and students to add the talent and evaluate it. It can be used by educational institutes or colleges to evaluate the talented students easily. This methodology depends on ten criteria that are used by arbitrator to evaluate the talent to increasing productivity and efficiency, and also reduce the time and effort in arbitration talent. The proposed methodology allows talented students to follow his talent using a code which is generated automatically by the system. The administrator of the system can accept/reject the talent depending on arbitrator evaluation and his notes. This paper describes all the benefits of the system. It also gives idea about the complete development stages of the system and adapting of the system in the Shaqra University and its impact on the working by developing performance and supporting university in its orientation towards electronic administration.


Information systems; Talented Students; Shaqra University; Collaboration; Web Based System; Arbitration

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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