System Analysis and Design Computerized Entranced Exam

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Computerized Entrance Examination System

CHAPTER I: HISTORICAL BACKGROUND
Introduction
In the earlier days admission to higher and professional studies was essentially based on the performance in the entrance examinations conducted annually by various High Schools. The gradual degeneration of the conventional examination system manifested in frequent leakage of question papers, manipulation of marks, copying and use of unfair means by all involved (administration not ruled out). Entrance examinations have been devised by some reputed institutions to screen the large set of students coming from vastly different backgrounds for admission. The traditional Manual Entrance Examination is successful example conducted by CAYSMNHS. Subsequently most of the States and Private High School have started entrance examinations in many fields. They have proliferated enormously and indirectly contributed to the coaching culture. With the passage of time both the entrance examination as well as coaching institutions have become an important source of resource generation to the detriment of the candidates from the candidate's point of view, it is an avoidable expenditure.             Many secondary schools had been built long before in the province of Rizal. Some are private schools, while the others are just part of the hundreds of state high schools founded to provide education in the municipalities.             As the search for better and excellent education that can produce highly competitive individuals continued, a kingdom was born to life. Then was the name Casimiro A. Ynares Sr. Memorial National High School raised to noise.             CAYSMNHS is situated at the Rizal Provincial lot in Hilltop, Cabrera Road, Tikling, Taytay, Rizal. It has a total lot area of 4,260 sq. m which was donated by the Rizal Government through Gov. Casimiro Ynares Jr.             In the year 2002, the original plan bears the proposed three-storey building consists of 12 rooms to rise in Hapay na Mangga right across Hapay na Mangga Elementary School which has a lot area of 3.5 hectares slope site. However, the plan was not pursued due to the landslide incident which affected many residents in the place. Governor Ynares then offered the provincial property between Rizal Provincial jail and Provincial PNP Headquarters to serve as the foundation of the new school.             In 2004, through the initiative of the People’s Economic Council, the Sangguniang Barangay headed by Brgy. Captain Magtanggol E. Macabuhay Jr., and the municipal officials through the leadership of Mayor George R. Gacula II, the construction of the four-storey building with 15 rooms was started and it was turned-over to DepEd Rizal through Dr. Edith A. Doblada, the Schools Division Superintendent.             Mrs. Cynthia M. Cruz who was the principal of Taytay National High School processed the papers for opening of classes which was realized in June 2005 through the assistance of Mrs. Loida Alcantara, now the principal of Gen. Licerio MNHS in Rodriguez, Rizal. Taytay NHS was the mother school of Casimiro A. Ynares Sr. MNHS and Mrs. Nenita De Leon acted as the officer-in-charge. The first teacher-in-charge was Mrs. Marlene R. Nepomuceno, a Master Teacher in Math from Malaya, Pililia, Rizal.             There were six brilliant and hardworking teachers borrowed from Taytay NHS who served as a pioneer teaching force and four staff funded by the local government. It has a total enrolment of 212 students and the school caters students that are classified as pilot and regular class sections. At first, the school had been quiet - as at that time, teachers and students were just starting to adjust to a new world and were preparing to accept the challenge of global competency. The next year had been a fruitful year for CAYS since the school had started to give more active participation with regards to interschool contests and competition. No wonder students and teachers just harvested...
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