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Design and Implementation of Course Registration and Result Processing System

ABSTRACT

This study was carried out to verify all the manual process involved in generating Students Examination Result and to seek a way of automating the system for effective operations.

Since there is continuous moves towards technological advances that enhanced productivity of labor and free human beings of task more economically by machines.

Computer and its appreciations have become vital tools in economic, industrial and social development of advanced countries of the world.

This system is designed to efficiently handle processes like inputting scores, storing results, classifying the grade points automatically calculated, and interpreting data of students overall result.

he usual manual process now reached a level where it is difficult for the available man power to cope with the magnitude of examination work, in the given time span,

The balance between the man power availability and the magnitude of the examination work result in the delay in the release of results.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 TITLE PAGE…………………………………………………………………………..i

CERTIFICATION………………………………………………………………………ii

DEDICATION………………………………………………………………………….iii

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT………………………………………………………………iv

ABSTRACT…………………………………………………………………………….v

TABLE OF CONTENTS……………………………………………………………….vi

LISTS OF TABLES…………………………………………………………………….vii

LIST OF FIGURES……………………………………………………………………..viii

CHAPTER ONE

  • INTRODUCTION                                                                                                        1
    • STATEMENT OF PROBLEM             2
    • SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY                                                                             2
    • AIM AND OBJECTIVES OF STUDY                                                                                   3
    • SCOPE OF THE STUDY                                                                                             3
    • LIMITATION TO THE STUDY                                                                                  3
    • DEFINITON OF TERMS                                                                                             3

CHAPTER TWO

  • LITERATURE REVIEW                                                                                             5

2.1    THE CONCEPT OF COMPUTER SYSTEMS                                                                        5

2.2    STUDENT RESULT GUIDE                                                                                       8

2.3    RELEVANCE OF COMPUTER SYSTEM IN DATA PROCESSING                     9

2.4    PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH DATA PROCESSING                                     10

2.5    FORMATS OF RESULT                                                                                              11

2.6   THE FEATURES OF RESULT PROCESSING                                                          11

2.7   COMPUTER SYSTEMS AND RESULT PROCESSING                                           11

2.8   TYPES OF RESULT PROCESSING                                                                           12

2.9   THE BASIC FEATURES OF RESULT PROCESSING                                             13

3.0   FACTORS DETERMINING THE METHODS OF RESULT PROCESSING                      1

CHAPTER THREE

  • METHODOLOGY AND ANALYSIS OF THE PRESENT SYSTEM                  17

3.1     OVERVIEW OF THE NEW SYSTEM                                                                   18

3.2     INPUT DESIGN                                                                                                       19

3.3     OUTPUT DESIGN                                                                                                   23

3.4     FILE DESIGN                                                                                                          23

CHAPTER FOUR

4.0 RESULT AND DISCUSSION                                                                                    25

4.1 SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION                                                                                  25

4.2 HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS                                                                              25

4.3 SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS                                                                                25

4.4 DISPLAY OF GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE                                                   26

4.5 PROGRAM DESCRIPTION                                                                                      29

CHAPTER FIVE

5.0  CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS                                                       38

5.1 CONCLUSION                                                                                                            38

5.2 RECOMMENDATIONS                                                                                                          39

REFERENCES

APPENDIX

INTRODUCTION

The effort expended in the process of registration of students and computation of their examination results is much.

Quite worrisome is the fact that these processes are carried out every academic session, putting the operators in a continuous and ever demanding cycle.

The computation of examination results and registration of students is obviously an object-centered activity, the student being the dominant object in this case.

Hence, the need to evolve a computerized process that will effectively and efficiently capture all the important data associated with the registration and examination result processing within the tertiary institutions and the interactions among the objects.

Students’ Examination Result is the summary of each of the semester performance in schools. A students’ Result is also demanded by a student who has finished his/her program. and wishes to transfer to another school or student who wishes to get a job.

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