Research on the Management System of College Student Union Based on Analytic Hierarchy Process

Xu Ruiting


At present, the evaluation of student union management in colleges primarily hinges on subjective judgments, which lack quantifiable indicators and generalized models. Consequently, there is an urgent need for colleges to develop a quantifiable management evaluation model that converts subjective assessments into objective evaluations based on data. This paper employs the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) to construct a quantifiable evaluation model for student council management. An expert scoring card based on the AHP is designed to evaluate these ten indicators, leading to the creation of a weighted evaluation model. The model's accuracy is verified through the calculation of the Consistency Indicator (CI) and Consistency Ratio (CR) values, The experimental results conform to a Gaussian Distribution, substantiating the validity of the experimental conclusions. Based on this evaluation system, among the six student departments, the Organization Department achieved the highest score, indicating it as the most efficiently managed department.

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