Information is an important aspect of life. Vital information is the life wire or backbone of any organization. From sports statistics to the latest stock market price such facts keep people abreast of time.
Computing, printing, photography and some recording are all forms of automatic information processing.
In all of these processed , the information as perceived by man, is captured, processed, transmitted and stored.
Finally it is reproduced in a form which can be easily understood by man.
Next, there is a need to store the information so that it can be referenced when necessary . computers are unrivalled in their capacity to store data. Therein lies the importance of application software which configure the computer to act as an intelligent typewriter or entrepreneur, so long as the correct command are given.
A database is one of the most acceptable business software application today. It is a collection of related information that is organized for case of reference.
This means that one could maintain a database on paper, stored in file holders that were kept in file cabinets.
That was the case before the advent of computers. File had to be pulled out of cabinets, forms filled and paper shuffled.
This project describe how all these could be done electronically. It shows how information could be stored, modified and recalled instantly and accurately.
Information on staff of the establishment of case study is maintained, reports are lodged in and more reports are generated from these.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF FIGURES
ORGANIZATION OF WORK
TABLE OF CONTENTS
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
PURPOSE OF THE STUDY
AIMS AND OBJECTIVE
MAJOR DESIGN CONSTRAINTS AND LIMITATION
MOJOR SOFTWARE FUNCTIONS
DEFINITION OF TERMS
DESCRIPTION AND ANALYSIS OF THE EXISTING
FACT FINDING USED
OBJECTIVE OF THE EXISTING SYSTEM
INPUT, PROCESS, OUTPUT ANALYSIS
INFORMATION FLOW CHART DIAGRAM
PROBLEMS FOR THE EXISTING SYSTEM
JUSTIFICAITON FOR A NEW SYSTEM
DESIGN OF THE NEW SYSTEM
INPUT SPECIFICATION AND DESIGN
OUTPUT SPEICIFATION AND DESIGN
SYSTEM FLOW CHART
PROGRAM FLOW CHART
RECOMMENDATION AND CONCLUSION