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Title: An online results management system for an academic institution case study: Kampala International University School of Computer Studies
Authors: Elibarick, Mushi
Grace Shahada, Gitome
Keywords: Online Results Management System
Academic Institution
Computer Studies
Issue Date: Aug-2009
Abstract: This project has examined the way students’ results are managed at the School of Computer Studies, Kampala International University. The idea came up as a result of analyzing the system basing on facts found through Observation, Interviews and Document analysis conducted in the department concerned revealed the need to improve the interaction between the various parties that interact with the system. These are the students, lecturers and the faculty personnel assigned to deal with students’ results, the Examination Officer. The researchers proposed the use of online interaction to facilitate the processes of input, processing and output. The project therefore aims at implementing the idea by constructing the system that allows the mentioned parties to access it online and do what concerns them, but every individual role of individual user has a collective implication on the system at large
Description: A graduation project report submitted to the school of computer studies in Partial fulfillment of the requirements of the award of the Bachelor of Management Information Systems of Kampala International University
Appears in Collections:Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology (BIT)

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