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Proposal on Department Store Management

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TRIBHUWAN UNIVERSITY

ADVANCED COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND
MANAGEMENT
KUPONDOLE, LALITPUR

A
PROJECT PROPOSAL
ON
DEPARTMENT STORE MANAGEMENT
INFORMATION SYSTEM

(DSMIS)

SUBMITTED TO
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING

SUBMITTED BY:
ABHAY RAJ SHAKYA (502;abhay_rshakya@hotmail.com)
ABHINAYA SHRESTHA (503;toerage@facebook.com)
HEMANTA SAGAR LAMA (513;hsl_2006@hotmail.com)
NISHANT MAN PATI BAJRACHARYA (520;bajra_nish@live.com)

JULY 9, 2011

Acknowledgement
We are thankful to all those who have helpe d us directly or indirectly with this project. Foremost, we would like to thank Advanced College of Engineering and Management for providi ng us this project, Department Store Management Information System (DSMIS). We would like to thank Er. Badri Adhikari for his guidelines for this project and for organizing this course and acknowledge his effort that encouraged us to take this challenging project. We would also like to offer our gratitude to all our teachers whose lectures and ideas were the basis for our project research and appreciate the support rendered by Depart ment of Computer Engineering, ACEM.

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Abstract

The project entitled “Department Store Management Information System (DSMIS)” is a system for automating the marketing and billing system of the department store. This system keeps the information related to the management of the department store. These includes product, staff, stock, sale and purchase information, current business status or business status of certain period , billing system, order details, transaction report, etc. This project mainly focuses on easing the daily tasks of a department store. This project is the combination of database management system, management information system and local networking. A shared resource that includes the database are accessed simultaneously by the different users i.e. cashiers a nd managers at different corner of the same departmental store.

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