The Admin or the privileged user can do the following configuration in this setting for a specific Academic Year:
Users can do the settings both as general or course-specific.
Welcome message, description, or instruction on how to fill the application form can be created which will show up to the applicants when they open the Application form link.
Customize the application form as per the requirement.
Create different statuses of Applications such as Pending, Allotted, Rejected, etc.
Steps to configure Registration Course settings are as follows:
Step 1: Go to Menu > Academic > Applicants
Step 2: Click on the Registration button.
Step 3: Click on the Settings button.
Step 4: Click on the Registration Course settings option.
Step 5: Select the Academic year from the drop-down menu.
Step 6: Choose the type of the Applicant Registration Settings by clicking on the radio button as
General Settings: These settings will be applicable to all courses in this organization.
Course Specific: Once General settings can be done, that setting can be overridden by using this option by which users can do the course-specific settings.
Step 6: Configure the Application Filling Instructions for Candidates section.
Admin users can add any information and general guidelines that need to be given to the candidates before filling the application form in the text area and saving it.
Class-specific instructions can also be given inside specific classes and will be shown to the applicant, once a class is selected by choosing the type as course-specific.
Users can also disable this section by clicking on the Disable Application Instruction option.
Step 7: Customize the Application form.
Admin users can customize the application form based on the requirements. All the courses of the organization will be having this form by default.
Step 8: Configure the Application Status section.
There can be many levels that an application may go through before it is allotted or discarded.
Based on the institution's requirements and process, the Admin user can add a new status to track the application throughout its lifecycle.
The User will be able to filter applicants of each class by these filters.
While creating custom status, the user needs to ensure that each status represents any of the offline activities done by the Admission staff to evaluate an application and provide an appropriate description.