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Title: Design and testing of a staff contact web base management system, a case of ministry of internal affairs, immigration department
Authors: Sanford, Ayo
Daniel, Arwai
Keywords: Management information Systems and Information technology
Staff contact
Web base management system
Ministry of internal affairs, immigration department
Issue Date: Sep-2013
Publisher: Kampala international international: School of computing and Information technology
Abstract: Abstract is a document designed to show a review of whatever the designers tackled on during designing processes of the project proposal. It summarized the content in all chapters. This project comprised of five chapters that is, chapter one which included a number of sub topics like background, problem statement and also objectives discussed with in this chapter, the justification of the study to mention but a few. Chapter two covered literature review that described the review of literature relating to some writers and scholars plus other researchers and designers. Chapter three described the methodology including both the physical and logical techniques used and even the tools applied during the design of the final report. The design basically related to what other writers and designers say about what and so on and so forth. Chapter four included system development and testing which illustrates the system development life cycle up to the end, lastly chapter five described system evaluation including the design lay outs of the system the problems encountered during the development phase and lastly the recommendations made. It is helpful to the user as well since it produced the information required for the project design. After passing through, we were being able to understand the system use and its effectiveness. In the appendices, the methods used like the questionnaire, Time Frame and the proposed Budget for the project.
Description: Project report submitted to the college of applied sciences and technology in a partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of a bachelor's degree of information System and information technology of Kampala international university
Appears in Collections:Bachelors Degree of Management Information Systems (BIS)

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