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A PROJECT REPORT ON

BUS RESERVATION SYSTEM

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Introduction To Project Existing System & Need For The System Operating Environment- Hardware & Software Feasibility Study Proposed System Objective To Be Fulfilled User Requirement Requirements Determination Techniques & System Analysis Method Employed Prototyping System Features Input Design Output Screen Design & Reports Module Specification Entity Relationship Diagram Data Flow Diagram Data Dictionary Structure Chart Troubleshooting Conclusion & Remarks Bibliography

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INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT:
The software program “Bus Reservation System” provides bus transportation system, a facility to reserved seats, cancellation of seats and different types of enquiry. The front end used for this project is “VISUAL BASIC 6.0”. Visual Basic is a development tool with multi facet advantages. It provides a good working environment which is easy to learn and use. The back end used for this project is “MS - ACCESS”. MS-access is used because it is easy to handle database and firing any query to access database is simpler. In this application, there is a facility for advance booking as well as current booking and data report is also generated for both individually, i.e. record is maintain in database separately for both type of reservation which can be accessed according to the need. There is also facility for cancellation of tickets and all the entries are recorded on database. There are many kinds of enquiries associated with this system like seat status, routes enquiry, time, fare, etc which are being fulfilled in this project effectively and efficiently.

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EXISTING SYSTEM & NEED FOR THE SYSTEM:
There are some disadvantages of the existing system due to which the need for the new system is required; some of them are as follows: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) The application does not provide security to the system. There is no flexibility to the database. There is no GUI interaction for more convenience. Coding is not much efficient. Most of the work is done manually. More man power is required, so it is costly. The redundancy and inconsistency of data is major drawback.

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OPERATING ENVIRONMENT – HARDWARE & SOFTWARE
The hardware and software requirement for this project are as follows: HARDWARE - Hard Disk : 5 GB RAM : 128 MB SOFTWARE - Operating System : Windows X Family Visual Basic 6.0 : As Front End MS- Access : AS Back End

4. FEASIBILITY STUDY:
As the initial investigation is completed, it leads to a more detailed investigation of the system. The conclusions of the initial study become the input for the detailed study. We can also refer to the feasibility study as the detailed study or detailed investigation. Feasibility study is called like because as in the first phase, we just check briefly about the problems related to the old system, & the need of the new system. So, in this phase, that initial survey is further expanded to a more detailed feasibility study. The tasks performed during this phase were as follows: (a) (b) (c) (d) The user’s demonstrable needs are fulfilled. The availability of resources was being checked. The estimation required for the resources were achieved. The impact of the system on the organization has been check by placing a model in it.

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PROPOSED SYSTEM: Objective To Be Fulfilled:
(a) Development of software in the given time. (b) To create an effective and efficient application.

User Requirements:
(a) The application should provide a user friendly environment. (b) The application should be easily understandable and reliable. (c) The application should fulfill all essential facilities. (d) The software being built must provide platform independent application.

Requirement Determination Techniques & System Analysis Method: (a) User communication...
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