Data Mining Application in Enrollment Management: A Case Study

  title={Data Mining Application in Enrollment Management: A Case Study},
  author={Surjeet Kumar Yadav and Jogender Nagar},
In the last two decades, number of Higher Education Institutions (HEI) grows rapidly in India. This causes a cut throat competition among these institutions while attracting the student to get admission in these institutions. Most of the institutions are opened in self finance mode, so all time they feel short hand in expenditure. Therefore, institutions focused on the strength of students not on the quality of education. Indian education sector has a lot of data that can produce valuable… CONTINUE READING
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