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Title: Design and implementation of an automated register management system :a case study: nabilatuk catholic parish, Nakapiripirit district
Authors: Lokol, Paul
Keywords: Automated register management system
Nabilatuk catholic parish
Nakapiripirit District
Issue Date: May-2013
Publisher: Kampala International University, College of Computing and Information Technology
Abstract: Catholic Parishes manage a range of data and information books. Most important, are registers where records about the sacramental information are kept as a demand by Mother Church. Much of the registration and register management duties are meant to be carried by the Parish Priest, but due to the work overload and the nature of the traditional book-keeping system, the Parish Priest employs, and is most often assisted by, the seminarians and catechists. The inconsistencies of the current system have rendered the registration process unproductive, thus raising the need for the designing and implementation of the computerized system. The purpose of this project was to design and implement an automated register management system for Nabilatuk Catholic Parish. It involved looking at the concepts and information already made available on: Database Management Systems, Information Systems; information management system, system development approaches, unified modeling language, and the recent developments relating to the proposed system. The importance of this was to relate the proposed system to what other researchers have written about similar systems so as to inform the research and system development process. The system developed has made a starting point where other researchers can obtain insight necessary to make a more robust system. This report presents the architectural,logical and physical designs of the system, implementation and recommendations for further improvement of the new system
Description: A project report submitted to Kampala international university college of applied science and technology as a partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of bachelor of information technology
Appears in Collections:Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology (BIT)

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