Modified Asscat Daily Time Record System

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MODIFIED ASSCAT DAILY TIME RECORD SYSTEM

A SOFTWARE PROJECT

SUBMITTED TO THE FACULTY OF THE INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING
AND INFORMATION SCIENCES AGUSAN DEL SUR STATE
COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY

IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF
THE REQUIREMENTS FOR
THE COURSE

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Kharen
Irene
Liecel

March 2012

APPROVAL SHEET

The software project attached here entitled “MODIFIED ASSCAT DAILY TIME RECORD SYSTEM” prepared and submitted by the researchers in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Information Technology is hereby accepted.

Software Project Adviser

_____________________
Date Signed

Advisory Committee

Member Member

____________________ ____________________
Date Signed Date Signed

Chairman

_____________________
Date Signed

Accepted as partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Information Technology.

Chairman – BSIT
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

Dean, Institute of Engineering and Information Sciences

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The researchers would like to convey a gesture of appreciation and utmost thanks for the untiring assistance, invaluable suggestions, and unrelenting efforts of the kind-hearted friends who in one way or another have contributed to the completion of this study. A sincere thanks and profound gratitude and appreciation to the following people, who shared their support and valuable suggestions in this study:

, the chairperson of the panel of this system, for giving her time, for her untiring suggestions and comments to come up an effective automated DTR system;
, the Program Head of IT department, for sharing her precious time in providing profound insight, suggestion, and for extending, showing, patience and encouragement in organizing this study;
, the researcher’s adviser, for his constant...
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