STUDENT CONDUCT MONITORING SYSTEM
FOR DCSP STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE
Presented to the Department Head of the Information Technology Department DMMA College of Southern Philippines
Tigatto Road, Buhangin, Davao City
In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements
For Systems Analysis and Design
DMMA College of Southern Philippines
KRISTINE ANNJO C. CABUNOC
JONALYN G. CAMANSO
Table of Contents
Part I SYSTEMS ANALYSIS REPORT
Critical Success Factors
The Current System
Description of Operations
Activity Diagram of the Current System
Context Level Data Flow Diagram
Level 0 Data Flow Diagram
Scope and Limitations
The Proposed System
Statement of Purpose of the New System
Data Flow Diagram
Entity Relationship Diagrams
Part II PROJECT DESCRIPTION
PART III USER ACCEPTANCE AND TRAINING
User Acceptance Testing
Preliminary Testing Results
Parallel Testing Results
PART IV CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION
SYSTEMS ANALYSIS REPORT
Technology is the proverbial dual edge sword. On the one hand, it makes our lives so much easier by connecting us with information from a variety of places. It connects us with people who are across the world and makes communication almost instantaneous.
The computer is most likely one of the great technological triggers for future change. Computer nowadays have infiltrate every aspect of our society, and now they do much more than simply compute; computers can now be an office tool and is now use in businesses. Today all are using technology companies, organizations, and institutions. In this study the researchers refers to institutions such as schools that use manual ways to accomplish their jobs.
Here in the local city many institutions are already using those high technologies which made them more productive and offer better service. However there are still some institution that is using this technology but with constraints. One example is the DMMA College of Southern Philippines. The institution is divided into different departments that some are already using automated systems that made them more productive. However, there are still some who are still using the manual way. One particular department is the Students Affairs Office (SAO). As a part of our requirements in Systems Analysis and Design subject the researchers choose to conduct a feasibility study in the said department.
As the researchers namely Kristine Annjo C. Cabunoc and Jonalyn G. Camanso conducted their interview at the Students Affairs Office (SAO). During the data gathering of the researchers last February 28, 2013, the researchers interviewed the staffs in the Students Affairs Office (SAO) namely Mr. Ritche S. Abragan (OIC of SA Office), Ms. Sheena Marie Tapales (Clerk 1) and Ms. Cheryl Apilan (Sports-in-charge). During the interview Mr. Abragan recommend to create a system about the monitoring system for student conduct.
The Student Conduct Monitoring System cites about inserting, tracking and storing information on student records of their offenses and prescribes sanction and checks how many offenses does the student commit and the corresponding penalties according to the number of times the offense has been offended. This system also tracks whether the student already cleared or do his/her task determined by the Committee on Discipline to dispel his/her name in the list of students who commit offenses.
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