You can configure class timings for batches individually or for all courses/batches in the system using common class timings.

Class timings for individual batches

The ‘Set Class Timings’ link in the timetable module allow you to configure class timings for individual batches. This can be used if you have different timings for each of your batches.

Click on the link in the left side menu and choose your batch from the app explorer to get started.

This will bring up the list of existing class timings. To create a new class timing, click on the ‘Create Class TImings’ button.

The class timing form has 4 fields,

  1. Name: Enter a name for the class timing. Eg: Period 1, Period 2 etc
  2. Start time: Select a start time from the time picker that can be viewed by clicking in the box.
  3. End time: Select an end time from the time picker that can be viewed by clicking in the box.
  4. Is Break: Select this check box if the timing is a break or recess. You will not be able to assign subjects for the timing if this option has been selected. It will be displayed as ‘Break’ in the timetable.

Click the ‘Submit’ button to save the class timing. This will take you back to the class timing list where you will be able to see the timing you created. To create another timing follow the above steps again. You can view, edit and delete timings using the respective icons beside it.

Common class timings

You can also create common class timings for all course/batches in the application. You can create common class timings from the Settings Module > Course/Batch Settings > Common Class Timings.

This will redirect you to the page with existing common class timings.

Click on the ‘Create Common Class Timings’ button to get started.

The form is quite the same as that of normal class timings creation but with an extra field,

  1. Name: Enter a name for the class timing. Eg: Period 1, Period 2 etc
  2. Start time: Select a start time from the time picker that can be viewed by clicking in the box.
  3. End time: Select an end time from the time picker that can be viewed by clicking in the box.
  4. Is Break: Select this check box if the timing is a break or recess. You will not be able to assign subjects for the timing if this option has been selected. It will be displayed as ‘Break’ in the timetable.
  5. All Batch: Check this box to have the class timing applied to all batches in the system.

After filling up the required details click on ‘Submit’ to save the class timing.

Note: Even though the class timing will be added to all batches, you may individually delete it for batches that do not need the same timing.

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