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DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF A MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (A CASE STUDY OF EBONYI STATE UNIVERSITY EBSU ABAKALIKI

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ABSTRACT
Organizations are made up of  group of people who have come together to pursue a common goal. Organizations, whether formal or informal make use of information to survive. The survival of any formal organisation rests entirely in the hands of the managers who at their various hierarchical levels do work with and through others to ensure such survivals. Management at all times works with information to put into use, the resources of their organisation. However, these resources of men, materials and money (3m’s) Obey the economic theory of scarcity. The concept of economic scarcity has made it imperative for management to prudently operate their organization for success. 
It is this call to manage the organization for optimal performance at reduced costs while pursing accelerated profits that has given the management the impetus to apply the Science of Management information system (MIS) to ensure that they perform their jobs better to the advantage of the organization.
From this broad perspective, MIS can be seen as the central factor in the performance of managerial functions of planning, organizing, directing and controlling with all, these interviewed and integrated in the decision-making process in the organization.
Conceptually, MIS activities must be integrated and holistic in scope and nature and like the system theory, has to be evenly spread in the organization. it is therefore an indispensable, supporting system to management. MIS is not a new concept parse since it has existed long time, there were management requiring information to plan, organize, direct or control their activities.
In those olden days, the existence of MIS, its nature and practice were essentially manual and informal because organizations and their activities were far from been complex. 
The manual application meant that most of the activities in a good MIS such as gathering of data, storage, processing and dissemination were wholly operated with only human effort.
However, the invention and introduction of computer in the running of business organization has opened up a new era in the nature and practice of management information system (MIS).
MIS is a modern form of management and information technology. MIS is a formal method of making available to management, the accurate and timely information to facilitate the decision-making process. It is a system of information creation. The system provides information about the past, present and projected future and also about relevant events inside and outside the organisation. The advent of computers as machines with the ability to process and condense large quantities of data and hold them until they are required for processing into relevant information, and with the introduction of computer-based MIS, it became imperative to approach the designing of management information systems as a formal process and a field of study.
MIS in formal organizations is of course formal in structure and functions in the sense that it follows, flows and permeates the organisation parts through the well-established organizational structure and design.     



 
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title Page
Certification Page
Dedication
Acknowledgement
Abstract 
Table of Contents

CHAPTER ONE
1.0 Introduction 
1.1 Background of the study
1.2 Objectives
1.3 Statement of problem 
1.4 Significance of the study
1.5 Scope 
1.6 Methodology 
1.7 Constraints 
1.8 Project report organization 

CHAPTER TWO
2.0 Literature Review

CHAPTER THREE
3.0 System investigation and analysis
3.1 The existing system 
3.2 Functions performed by various systems
3.3 System inputs and outputs
3.4 Problems of the existing system
3.5 User requirements 

CHAPTER FOUR
4.0 System design
4.1 Objective of the design
4.2 Scope
4.3 System requirements 
4.4 Development schedule 
4.5 Cost
4.6 Database design
4.6.1 Processing and general program design 
4.7 System security 
4.8 Back-up and recovery
4.9 Database clean up

CHAPTER FIVE
5.0 Implementation
5.1 Software development 
5.1.1 Development of environment  
5.1.2 Choice of implementation language
5.1.3 Implementing the database design 
5.1.4 Database table structure 
5.1.5 Program structure

CHAPTER SIX
6.0 Software testing and integration
6.1 Test plan
6.2 Test data
6.4 Expected test result
6.5 Performance evaluation 
6.6 System changeover 
6.7 System maintenance 
6.8 Training 
6.9 User’s manual 

CHAPTER SEVEN
7.0 Summary and conclusion
7.1 Summary of achievements 
7.2 Problems encountered 
7.3 Recommendation for the system
7.4 Conclusion 
REFERENCES  

DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF A MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (A CASE STUDY OF EBONYI STATE UNIVERSITY EBSU ABAKALIKI

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    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 76 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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