DESIGN AND IMPLEMENT OF COMPUTERIZED POPULATION ANALYSIS SYSTEM

(Computer Science)

DESIGN AND IMPLEMENT OF COMPUTERIZED POPULATION ANALYSIS SYSTEM

(A CASE STUDY OF NATIONAL POPULATION COMMISSIONER (N P C))

 

ABSTRACT

 

The population situation has becoming so imperative that the population movement on a substantial scale have been going on in our country from time immemorial sometimes they have occurred in the form of conquests by warrior tribes they are several methods of analyzing population this project provides a general overview of the possibilities for implement a population analysis using proper planned and timely conduct of population and housing censuses and larger scale survey.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title page

Abstract

Table of content

 

CHAPTER ONE

Introduction

1.1              Statement of the problems

1.2              Purpose of the study

1.3              Aims and objective

1.4              Scope of the study

1.5              Limitation

1.6              Assumption

1.7              Definition of basic terms

CHAPTER TWO

Review Of Related Literature

 

CHAPTER THREE

Description and analysis of the exiting system

3.1              General description of existing system

3.2              Fact finding method used

3.3              Objective of the existing system

3.4              Organization structure

3.5              Input process and output analysis

3.6              Problem of existing system

3.7              Justification of the new system

 

CHAPTER FOUR  

Design of the new system

4.1              Output specification and design

4.2              Input specification and design

4.3              System flow chart

4.4              Procedure chart

4.5              System requirement

 

CHAPTER FIVE

Implementation

5.1              Program design

5.2              Program flowchart

5.3              Source program

5.4              Test run

 

CHAPTER SIX

Documentation

6.1              System description

6.2              Design description

6.3              User’s guide

 

CHAPTER SEVEN

Conclusion and Recommendation

7.1              Conclusion

7.2              Recommendations

7.3              Bibliography  

 

 

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

Inventories of human population are a relatively young area of research. The field 15 not wholly new for history records many experiment in the country of people. The development of used for such statistic however, has become in recent years.

Much of this development has been merged with social and economic studies and with some branches of medical research. As a result there is no very sharp boundary separating population research from neighboring fields nor a wok designed body of principle setting forth what it is the master population country in Africa is Nigeria. This bring us to what is called population analysis in a country or national because fertility rate increase while the standard living of people is too poor.

Health care and welfare is becoming uncontrolled, the because of premature death and illness id high most in our country. In treating the available data population analysis follows certain customary procedure to some extent these comprise standard techniques, but often they must be improvised to fit the situation at hand.

The procedure themselves are not difficult. A great dear however, depends on asking the sorts of questions that head to useful answers. Hence beside the step of numerical calculating we must be concerned with the basis or ground of such inquire.

Population analysis can be carried out with the registration or censes system of analyzing it.  In 11998 the government realizing the vital of integrating demographic data into social economic planning accepted as one of the objective of National policy on population (NPP) the improvement of demographic data collection and analysis on regular basis and the use of such data in planning with the success activated.

In analysis it in 1991 census system became paramount to build on this baseline so as to have time serial data that can be used on monitor and evaluate programmes as well as to institutionalize a culture of regular decimal censuses the census in 1991 had a population of about 89 millions persons the estimated population in the year 2003 is about 126 million.

 

1.1              STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

Although in data collections and analysis were becoming institutionalized in the country with the setting up several statutory data collection agencies there will still be major weakness impede the formulation.

Population analysis in fertility central change in reproductive capacity this view that a change in reproductive capacity is responsible for the transition from high to low fertility. The development of improved contraceptives as result of the invention of effective  contraceptive as result of the invention of effective contraceptive method particularly the Condon and the diaphragm religion  and population control  in suppression of chemical suppression of sperm production.

This number of problems and issues were identified by the an inter department appraised exercise in population analysis due to lack of family planning.

 

PURPOSE OF STUDY

This study was carried out in order to find out the possible solution to the problem of population in the fertility rate and increase in modern contraceptive prevalence indicated below are consistent key purpose to guide.

To achieve a reduction of the national population growth rate to percent or lower by the year 2015.

To achieve a reduction in the total fertility rate of at least 0.6 children every five years. Increase the modern contraceptive prevalence rate by at least 2 percent point per year.

Reduce the infant mortality rate to 45 per, 1000 live birth by 201115 and by reducing child mortality ratio 45 per 100,000 live births by 21010 and to 75 by 2015.

To achieve sustainable universal education as soon as possible prior to the year 2015. Eliminate the gap between men and women in engrailment in secondary tertiary vocational and technical education and training by 2015.

AIM AND OBJECTIVES

Our desire is that by the time this new system is implemented we must have gotten to our goal. The new system is targeted by making life and work easier with the under listed aim and objective.

Improvement in the standard living and the quality of life of the people of the nation.

Promoting the health and welfare especially through preventing premature death illness among high-risk groups of mothers and children.

In achieving lower population growth rates through reduction of birth rates by voluntary fertility regulation method that are compatible with the attainment of economic and social goals of the nation.

Achieving a move even distribution of population between urban and rural areas.

 

1.4              SCOPE OF THE STUDY

This work present lower population of family planning in order to control population growth on ground that the delivery of services is likely to be more by the desire to attain population growth target than by concerns about individual reproduction treaty needs and that such policies may in prince an individual reproductive right. The prevention of practices that are harmful to reproductive health example providing less health care for girls than boy in the country.

 

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