Automatic subgroup allocation Activity

Automatic student fitting uses the CMIS scheduler system to allocate students arbitrarily to groups based on their not being any clashes created in that student's timetable. CMIS will try to keep group sizes even (although this will be difficult if a lot of students have clashes with a particular group) but does not stick to maximum sizes. Fitting can be requested via the Timetable Support to run regular over a period of time.

Systems used

Timetable Support
Timetable Support
A reporting tool providing a view on timetabling-related data held in CMIS and Portico.
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