CASE STUDY:UGANDA VIRUS RESEARCH INSTITUTE SUBMITED BY: NAMBALE JOHN BOSCO REG NO: 2007-03-IT-042 LECTURER: MR OTHIENO JOSEPH
1.1. Introduction For an organization to run successfully and efficiently it's very important that it has efficient workers and to use it's resources very well especially human resources. So one of the important goals of an organization is to recruit right people for the right job.
So there should be a proper recruiting process management system so that all the activities and selection procedure can be carried out effectively without losing its transparency. A web based recruitment system will be of great help in carrying out recruitment operations and with this very objective in mind this web based recruitment system will be made. In this web based recruitment system it will manage all such activities (like storing applicants data, scheduling interviews, retrieval of recorded data and easy application) and that will save time, manpower and the biggest advantage of being it web based.
This web based system will provide better prospective for the enhancement of organization regarding to quality and transparency.
1.2. Background of the case study
The Uganda Virus Research Institute (UVRI), located in Entebbe, Uganda, was established in 1936 as the Yellow Fever Research Institute by the Rockefeller Foundation. In 1950, after gaining regional recognition it was renamed the East African Virus Research Institute (EAVRI). After the collapse of the East African Community in 1977, it became a Uganda government public health research institution and was renamed the Uganda Virus Research Institute.