Enrollment System

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Nowadays computer serves as an important role in our society, most especially in school premise. Most school uses computer to help their students deal in our modern technology. But as the population of the students continue to grow, many school face difficulties in handling their enrolment in a manual process. And one of the solutions in this problem is to make their manual enrollment into a computerized system. STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

Statement of the Problem
Enrollment plays a very serious role in every school premise. It is very important in every school and it acts as their foundation. Each school has their own system in handling their enrollment. And for them to accommodate many students, they need to computerize their enrollment system, for them to make their work easier and easy to manage. This study aims with the construction of a Computerized Enrollment System which can be used by any schools.

Scope And Limitations

This study aims to develop an enrollment system for the school, the study limits on the following and functions:

Store data of the students (first name, last name, middle initial, section and tear level).

Records fees- collected and uncollected.
(Insurance, Red Cross, etc.)

Use of the system is limited to principal and faculty and staff designated to do the work.
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