American Journal of Information Systems
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American Journal of Information Systems. 2013, 1(1), 21-25
DOI: 10.12691/ajis-1-1-3
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Sindhi Academic Informatic Portal

Zeeshan Bhatti1, , Dil Nawaz Hakro1 and Aamir Ali Jarwar1

1Institute of Information and communication Technology, University of Sindh, Jamshoro

Pub. Date: November 19, 2013

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Zeeshan Bhatti, Dil Nawaz Hakro and Aamir Ali Jarwar. Sindhi Academic Informatic Portal. American Journal of Information Systems. 2013; 1(1):21-25. doi: 10.12691/ajis-1-1-3


The Information and Communication Technology has been an integral part of development of any country. Sindhi Academic Informatics Portal plays a very important vital role in this context for Sindhi Speaking community. Our country is in the phase of economic development process; therefore it badly needs to build software market for the Sindhi users. The development of software products, which fulfill the Sindhi people requirements in the form of community while sharing ideas, pictures, knowledge, creative content, etc. are extremely essential and high in demand. The idea of developing this type of software can be building block of Sindhi Language revolution and it leads towards the Sindhi peoples. This academic web portal system is based on three tier architecture and follows the principle design features of Content Management System for the server side. This software is developed in PHP, JavaScript, Adobe Flash CS3, HTML, Ajax and MySQL, compatible with all operating system. The main object of this system is to provide a generalized academic and management based knowledge sharing of department to Sindhi students on the internet.

Keywords: Sindhi Informatics web portal academic portal

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