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1Xi’an International UniversityXi’anShaanxi 710077 China


Received: May 15, 2022
Accepted: June 23, 2022
Publication Date: August 12, 2022

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With the increasing enrollment of colleges and universities and the increase of the population of our country, the number of college graduates increases year by year, many college graduates are engaged in the occupation which is not in conformity with their professional. In the very convenient information network era, traditional innovation laboratory project uses pure artificial management mode, which consumes a lot of manpower and material resources, and is not conducive to encourage and promote innovation and entrepreneurship project management. Therefore, in order to better encourage college graduates to start an enterprise, it is necessary and urgent to research and develop the innovation and entrepreneurship education management system based on information technology. Based on this, the research on the innovation and entrepreneurship education management system of university students based on the B/S structure was carried out. Personal information management mainly includes review, approval, deactivation, information correction, key reset, information export, sharing and adding of individual members. After a brief introduction of the relevant knowledge, the system was analyzed in detail and the design and analysis were carried out, the SQL Server was regarded as a background database management system, Java was regarded as the development language, ASP.NET was regarded as a development platform, so as to achieve the innovation and entrepreneurship education management system.

Keywords: B/S; Innovation And Entrepreneurship; Java; ASP; NET


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