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Title: Design and implementation of an online admission system for a campus case study: Monaco Institute of Business and Computer Science
Authors: Ogwang, Jimmy
Keywords: Design and implementation
Online admission system
Issue Date: Aug-2012
Publisher: Kampala International University, School of Computing and Information Technology
Abstract: Student admissions are a pivotal part of any University! Institution’s activities because students are what keep a University alive. A poor admissions system can mean fewer students being admitted into a University because of mistakes or an overly slow response time. Considering African Institutions, resources are scarce to facilitate the admission process, since most students who opt to join institutes for Certificate and Diploma courses are from Pool, backgrounds. However, for African students seeking admissions in Universities overseas it can mean either success or a failure because of the financial constraints involved. Monaco Institute of I3usiness and Computer Science, on upgrading its status into a fully-fledged Institute has already attracted students from all parts of the country, including neighouring African countries like Sudan, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Congo, Somali, etc. This signifies that some students will have to travel over long distances in order to access Admission Services at the Institution premises. The researcher has developed an automated, reliable and an easily accessible Online Admission System that will remotely provide admission services to students who wish to join the Institution. The system is capable of’ sending and retrieving details of students lbr verification by the Admission Department. Feedback can thereibre he sent hack through the Applicants email addresses to notify them of their admission status. The project is made up of six (6) chapters; chapter one tackles the fundamental aspects of’ the project. Chapter two explores and reveals the sources of study materials that have been used to guide and aid the research findings as well as suggestions of basic components and procedures of system development that are useful in establishing this project. Chapter three discusses the methods, techniques and tools that the researcher employed to collect data and develop the system. Information in this chapter was gathered from published materials such as: Online sources. libraries (books and research reports). newspapers. articles, interviews. Chapter four covers the analysis and design of the project, in chapter five the researcher discusses the implementation details and system testing and chapter six gives the conclusion and ‘recommendations of use to the client (s) and future programmers who may need to improve on the system. Finally. the Appendices include all the features that were used to aid the research and develop he system.
Description: A project report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of Bachelor of Computer Science to The College of Applied Science and Technology (CAST) of Kampala International University
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/6695
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