Attendance Monitoring System

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ATTENDANCE MONITORING SYSTEM

A Research Project Presented to
theFaculty of Information Technology Department of
ACLC College Taguig

In Partial Fulfillment of
the Requirements for the Degree
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

Members Name:
Fortes, Francis C.
Escariaga, Marissa P.
Mangao, Rosalyn L.
Morallo, Honey Margarette B.
Salva, Shira Elionor L.

September 2012
ABSTRACT

Title : Attendance Monitoring System
Authors: Fortes, Francis
Escariaga, Marissa P.
Mangao, Rosalyn
Morallo, Honey Margarette B.
Salva, ShiraElionor L.
School : ACLC College Taguig
Degree : Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
Adviser: Prof. Manfred Ace G. Razon
Year: 2012
Purpose: The purpose of a time and attendance system is to record employee attendance at a particular place or activity, which is essential when paying workers at an hourly rate. Traditionally a time and attendance systems allowed the employee to clock in or out of work by punching or stamping a card inserted into a machine. This recorded the relevant time in/out information as they arrived.

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The authors would like to express their deepest and sincerest gratitude to the people for their undying support and help in the fulfilment of this paper. Mr. Manfred Ace G. Razon and Mr.Robi Casanova our faculty project adviser for their concern, encouragement, and the support on making our report. Mr. RejanTadeo, our dean, for his trust on assigning us on this project. Our classmates BSIT 3B for the memories we’ve spent during our class in SAD and DBMS. Our friends and relatives who are always there to support us. Our family for the undying love and inspiration all this years. To all people whom we failed to mention but also a part of our life. And most of all to God Almighty who are always guiding us.The source of or knowledge, strength and energy to do good things.

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DEDICATION

This study is dedicated to
our Lord Jesus Christ
the God Almighty who never fails to support us
and who unselfishly shares His blessings to us.

To ourdearparents,
brothers, sisters, professors and friends
who served as our inspiration
to finish this study.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

TITLE PAGEi
ABSTRACTii
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTiii
DEDICATIONiv
TABLE OF CONTENTSv
CHAPTER I THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND
Introduction1
Background of the Study1
Project Context2Purpose and Description2
Project Objectives3
Statement of the Problem3
Hypothesis4
Scope and Limitations of the Projects4
Significance of the Project5
Definition of terms6
CHAPTER IIREVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES
Foreign Literature7
Local Literature8
Foreign Studies9
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Local Studies9
CHAPTER III TECHNICAL BACKGROUND
Research Method11
Locale of Study11
Respondent of the Study12
Samples and Sampling Techniques12
Research Instruments and Techniques used13
Statistical Treatment of Data14

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CHAPTER I
THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND
INTRODUCTION:
Most of the time an attendance monitoring system serves as a time log that is set up as a computerized database. It maintains a daily record of a person's log in/out from work or school. Punctuality in all aspects of life is very important especially in a work. Time and attendance systems are the modern-day equivalent of the paper time sheet or punch clock. They automate day-to-day tasks such as tracking work hours and calculating accrued benefits, providing valuable information and making business more efficient. Maintaining the attendance record is an important factor in people management. In the academic institute, taking the attendance of teachers on a daily basis and...
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