Attendance Monitoring System 5

Topics: Design, Education, University Pages: 3 (675 words) Published: January 12, 2013

An Attendance Monitoring and Notification System is a software solution for monitoring the attendance of the students. Academics in the United States are to introduce a monitoring system to check when students attend or miss class. Sensors will detect student’s identification card, when they enter the lecture theatres. Warton classes for example, makes use of software that automatically determined if the student didn’t attend their classes and this will be reflected in their grades and seen by their parents. In most school in the Philippines the use of paper based system is the common way of monitoring the attendance. Whereas, the teacher will need to utter their names in the class and the students will have to verify their names if he/she is present for that day. Attendance Monitoring and Notification System will reduce this paper based system and saves time of attendance call during the class. This system is a need for Universities.


This capstone project entitled “Attendance Monitoring and Notification System” concerning the stakeholders will enhance the communication of the parents and the school leaders on monitoring the attendance of the students. This system will benefit a person or a group which has a direct interest and involvement with this software. The start of this system was last July 2012 and it will end on October 2012, maybe second week or last week of the said month. This system will be conducted on our own school institution (St. Anthony’s College San Jose, Antique), when this system was agreed fixed, that’s the time of implementing it. The researchers propose for this system to improve the customary way of attendance monitoring through computerization and to advise parents with their children through text notification.

1.2 Purpose and Description

This project entitled “Attendance Monitoring and Notification System” is designed for the parents to have in mind if his/her...
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