TABLE OF CONTENT Title page Certification Dedication Acknowledgement Abstract Table of content CHAPTER ONE Introduction Background of the study Objective of the study 1.2.1
Statement of problem Significant of the study Scope of the study Methodology Definition of terms Project thesis CHAPTER TWO LITERATURE REVIEW CHAPTER THREE Overview of the existing system Description and analysis of the existing system Method of data collection 3.2.1
Interview method Observation method Input analysis Process analysis Output analysis Problem of the existing system Justification of the new system CHAPTER FOUR Design of the new system Output specification and design Input specification and design File design Procedure chart System chart System requirement CHAPTER FIVE Implementation 5.1
Program design Program flow chart Pseudocode Source listing Test run CHAPTER SIX DOCUMENTATION CHAPTER SEVEN 7.0
RECOMMENDATION CONCLUSION REFERENCES CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Piggery farm is a part of animal section in NIGERIA PRISON AGRICULTURE PROJECT, STATE COMMAND ENUGU (NPAPSE) Agriculture itself is a science of farming. It can be practice for either animal production or crop production purposes. This study is based on farm management information system a case study of a piggry farm. Piggry farm is an example of animal farm which is practiced for the purpose of animal production. Before a piggry farm could stand, there must be a boar at least, sow / sows, pockers and piglet of different stages. Once more the direction intention of this project is to computerize farm management information system have been operated manually. Mis in this organization was essentially operated with a great deal of human efforts, and infact the activities of the organization in this system is less challenging, less complex and hence organizations do this extents small sized. Management information systems remain the system that aim at providing information for the management on a regular basis. This call to...
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