DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF STUDENT PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND ALLOCATION SYSTEM
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Nigeria
Enugu State
Nigeria

Design And Implementation Of Student Project Management And Allocation System

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ABSTRACT

This project is aimed at developing a web-based system, which manages the activity of “Student Project Management” and allocation. This system will manage the database and maintain a list of all student or groups of student that have registered as a finalist in this site, and for those students that been shortlisted who have passed the eligibility criteria as set by the lecturer/supervisor. The programming Language used is Microsoft ASP.NET. This Language was chosen because of its object oriented features and class libraries for developing online applications.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Cover page

Title page

 Certification

Dedication

Acknowledgement

Abstract

Table content

 

CHAPTER ONE  

    1. Background of study

1.2 Statement of problem

1.3 Objective of the study

1.4 Significance of the study

1.5 Scope of the study

1.6 Limitation of the study

1.7 Definition of terms

 

CHAPTER TWO

Literature review

 

CHAPTER THREE

System analysis

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Detailed definition of the problem

3.3 Methods of data collection

3.3.1 Interviewing

3.3.2 Observation

3.4 Review of procedure manual or existing system/procedure

3.5 Evaluation of forms

3.6 Problems of existing system or drawbacks identified in the present system

3.7 Objective of the new design

3.8 Program module specification 

3.9 Output/input specification

3.10 File/database specification

3.11 Overview of the proposed systems flowchart

 

CHAPTER FOUR

Implementation and program design

4.0  Introduction

4.1 Justification of the programming language

4.1.1 Swish max version 2

4.1.2 How to install and run the application

4.1.3 Installing development tool (dream weaver)

4.1.4 Installing the web server

4.1.5 Using vertrigo in this project

4.2 Setting up the mssql database

4.3 Flow chart of the online project allocation system

4.4 System requirement

4.4.1 Software requirement

4.4.2 Hardware requirement

4.4.3 People

4.5  Implementation

4.5.1       Training of-staff

4.5.2 System testing

4.5.3 System change over

4.5.4 System review maintenance

4.6 Documentation

 

CHAPTER FIVE

Summary, recommendation and conclusion

5.1 Summary

5.2 Recommendation

5.3 Conclusion

 

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

 

1.1 BACKGROUND OF STUDY

In many tertiary institutions in the country, students seek a project in a given field of specialty as part of the upper level of their degree programme. Usually, a project can be filled by at most one student, though in some cases a project is suitable for more than one student to work on simultaneously. To give students something of a choice, there should be as wide a range of available projects as possible, and in any case the total number of project places should not be less than the total number of students. Typically a lecturer will also offer a range of projects, but does not necessarily expect that all will be taken up.

Each student has preferences over the available projects that he/she finds acceptable, whilst a lecturer will normally have preferences over the students that he/she is willing to supervise. There may also be upper bounds on the number of students that can be assigned to a particular project, and the number of students that a given lecturer is willing to supervise. In this paper we consider the ways of allocating student project in our various institutions.

 

1.2 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

The traditional way of allocating project to students in our higher institution need to be reconsidered since project/research writing is sensitive aspect of student education in the higher institution.

Before now, lecturers ask students to go out and get project topics for themselves for approval. This system made project writing look less like a class assignment which does not require an extra effort to complete rather an issue of copying.

 

1.3 OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY

With the advancement in file saving and file retrieval system, institution cannot afford to be ignorant of the basic tool, which is the driving force behind technological oriented administration.

     Much can be achieve if an institution have a well organized management system. Students project can easily be allocated to each or group of students without the problem of delayed project allocation from the supervisor or conflict of topic between two individual or group of student in the same department. Students update can be easily be accessed if the database system is enhanced.

 

1.4 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

Projects provide a flexible framework for engaging students in exploring curricular topics and developing important 21st century skills, such as communication, teamwork, and technology skills. In addition, students are motivated by the fun and creative format and the opportunity to make new friends around the world. For teachers, a school portal enables quick and easy management of student accounts and review of project work.

 

1.5  SCOPE OF STUDY

The research will center on the design and implementation of Student Project Allocation and Management system for the department of computer science in the polytechnic of NEKEDE.

 

1.6 LIMITATION OF STUDY

Usually, every work has some limitations and this study is not exempted.

The two major limitations of this study are the time limits within which the study is expected to be completed as well as financial constraints. The time constraint prevents the researcher to have an in depth study and analysis on the subject matter. While the issue of financial constraint limits the frequency of investigation to/fro the institution toward gathering the necessary information relevant for the study.

 

1.7 DEFINITION OF TERMS

HTML CODE- HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language. It is a type of computer language that is primarily used for files that are posted on the internet and viewed by web browsers. HTML files can also be sent via email.

Markup language - A markup language is a combination of words and symbols which give instructions on how a document should appear. For example, a tag may indicate that words are written in italics or bold type.

Web browser - A Web browser is a software program that interprets the coding language of the World Wide Web in graphic form, displaying the translation rather than the coding. This allows anyone to “browse the Web” by simple point and click navigation, bypassing the need to know commands used in software languages.

File extension - A file extension is the suffix at the end of a filename that tells a computer, and the computer user, which program is needed to open the file. Also called a filename extension, this suffix preceded by at least one period, is generally one to five characters long but the norm is usually three characters in length.

Email - Email, also sometimes written as e-mail, is simply the shortened form of electronic mail, a protocol for receiving, sending, and storing electronic messages. Email has gained popularity with the spread of the Internet. In many cases, email has become the preferred method of communication.

TCP/IP - This often used but little understood set of operations stands for Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol. TCP/IP is the combination of the two and describes the set of protocols that allows hosts to connect to the Internet. In actuality, TCP/IP is a combination of more than those two protocols, but the TCP and IP parts of TCP/IP are the main ones and the only ones to become part of the acronym that describes the operations involved

TEXT FILE - A text file is a computer file that stores a typed document as a series of alphanumeric characters, usually without visual formatting information. The content may be a personal note or list, a journal or newspaper article, a book, or any other text that can be rendered accurately in typewritten form.

Hyper Link -   A hyperlink is a graphic or a piece of text in an Internet document that can connect readers to another webpage, or another portion of a document. Web users will usually find at least one hyperlink on every webpage. The simplest form of these is called embedded text or an embedded link.

www – acronym for  World Wide Web

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