RE: project on training and placement cell
CRISSI MARIAM ROBERT (RegNo:71079)
NIDHIYA LAL (RegNo:71098)
SHERRIN SUSAN JOSEPH (RegNo:71114)
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This project is aimed at developing an application for the Training and Placement Department of the College. The system is an application that can be accessed throughout the organization with proper login provided. This system can be used as an application for the Training and Placement Officers (TPO) of the college to manage the student information with regard to placement. Students logging should be able to upload their information in the form of a CV. The key feature of this project is that it is a onetime registration. Our project provides the facility of maintaining the details of the students. It also provides a requested list of candidates to recruit the students based on given query. Administrator logging in may also search any information put up by the students. This project will aid colleges to practice full IT deployment. This will also help in fast access procedures in placement related activities.
1.2 ABOUT THE PROJECT
This project is to facilitate students in college to register, search and apply for jobs. The users can access easily to this and the data can be retrieved easily in no time. In the main page there are options for a new register, a registered student to directly login using username and password, submit resume. In the student registration form, we can give personal details, educational qualifications, and professional skills and upload resume. The job details of the placed students will be provided by the administrator. The administrator plays an important role in our project. They provide approval of student registration and updating.
OBJECTIVES OF THE PROJECT
Computers and information technology has a major influence on the society and the society is becoming more and more dependent on technology. Going on is an era of simplifying almost all complicated works using computers. The last few years have witnessed a tremendous increase in the capabilities and use of computers. Manual processing makes the process slow and other problems such as inconsistency and ambiguity on operations. The proposed system intends user-friendly operations which may resolve ambiguity. By considering all this factors, the applications produced, which performs the social service simply and effectively.
Objectives of the Software
• Help in fast access procedures in placement related activities
• The facility of maintaining the details of the students
• This project will aid colleges to practice full IT deployment.
2. REQUIREMENT ANALYSIS
System analysis is a detailed study of various operation performed by a system and the relationship within and outside of the system. One aspect of analysis is defining the boundaries of a system and determining whether or not a candidate system should consider other related system. Analysis begins when a user or manager begins a study of the programs using an existing system. System analysis is an application of system approach to the problem solving using computers. The ingredients are the system elements, process and technology.
During analysis data is collected on the various files, decision points and transactions handled by the present systems. This means that to do system works, one is to understand the system concepts and how the organizations operate as a system and the design appropriate computer based system and that will make the organization requirements. It is actually customized approach to the use of computer problem solving. Analysis can be defined as the separation of a substance into parts for study an interpretation, detailed examination. System development revolves around a life cycle that being with the recognisation of user names. The critical phase of managing system project is planning. To launch a system investigation, we need a master plan detailing steps taken, the people to be questioned and outcome expected. System analysis can be categorized into four parts:
• System planning and initial investigation
• Information gathering
• Analyzing tools for structured analysis
• Feasibility study
• Cost Benefit Analysis
System study or system analysis is the first among the four life cycle phases of a system. System analysis begins when a user or manager request a studying of a program in either an existing system or a project one. It involves studying the base of the organization currently operating, retrieving and processing data to produce information with goal of determining how to make it work better. System analysis itself breaks down into stages preliminary and detailed. During preliminary analysis, the analyst and the user list the objectives of the system. To arrive at a preliminary report, the analyst interviews key personnel in the organization and scheduling meetings with the users and management.
The objective of analysis phase of the system analysis and design exercise is the establishment of the requirement for the system to be acquired, developed and installed. In brief analysis of the system helps an analyst to make a clear view of an existing system and thereby give suggestions for the improvement of the new system information about the organizations, policies, goals, objectives and structure explains the kind of environment that promotes the introduction of the computer based system. It is necessary that the analyst must be familiar with the objectives, activities and functions of the organizations.
2.1 FEASIBILITY STUDY
Once you define a problem you have to analyze whether this is feasible or not, because all possible solutions are not feasible and feasible one is not always possible. The detailed studies carried out to check the work ability of proposed system. A feasibility study is a test of system proposal regarding to its work ability, impact on the organization ability to meet user needs an effective use of resources. Thus when a new application is proposed it normally goes through a feasibility study before it is approved for deployment.
Thus during feasibility analysis for this project, following primary areas of interest are to be considered. Investigating the existing system in the area under investigation and generating ideas about a new system does this.
(a) Technical Feasibility
A study of resource availability that may affect the ability to achieve an acceptable system. This evaluation determines whether the technology needed for the proposed system is available or not.
• It will avoid multiple file handling
• Report generation is very easy
• The new system provides full security of confidential data
(b) Economical Feasibility
Computer Services Department will develop the proposed system. The system will be developed and operated in the existing hardware and software infrastructure. So there is no need for procuring additional hardware and software for the system. The proposed will replace the hectic cost and man power involved in the existing system. The employs will be trained in using and operating the system, thus eliminating the need for recruiting employees. Thus the project is economically feasible for the development for the company
© Scheduled Feasibility
An evaluation of the time, which is to be taken in the development of the project. The time scheduled required for the development for this project is very important since more development time affects machine time, cost and cause delay in the development of other systems so the project is concerned should be completed within a fixed scheduled time as the company is concerned. Besides this, the project is assigned to the student as an academic exercise to complete within a fixed schedule of time.
Entity-Relationship Diagram (ERD)
Peter Chen originally proposed Entity- Relationship Diagram (ERD) for the design of relational data base system. The E-R Database model is based on a perception of real world that consist of a set of basic objects called entities and relationships among these objects. Sets of primary components identified for the ERD ; Data objects, attributes, relationships and various type indicators. The ERD enables us to identify data entity and relationships using a graphical notation. This model consist of three interrelated pieces of information.
Entity (Data Object)
A Data Object is a representation of any composite information that must be understood by software
It defines the properties of an entity and takes on one of three different characteristics. They can be used to name an instance of the data object, describe the instance and make references to another instance in another table.
Entities are connected to one another in a variety of different ways
2.2 EXISTING SYSTEM
The existing system is doing all the processes manually. The personnel should refer all the records kept for years ago to simply know details. This so tedious and time consuming. This process is so difficult when the number of users increases.
Drawbacks of Existing System
There are a lot of limitations for the existing systems
• Time consuming
• Not accurate
• Error prone
• Large amounts of records are to be kept
• Complicated procedure
• May not complete in time
• Paper work is very tedious
• Report production is very slow
• All the registers are kept for a long period
• Searching for a file or record is very difficult
Due to all this reasons we are moving for the proposed system