Student Registration System

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Student Registration System of AMA Computer Learning Center (ACLC) College - Ormoc

A Thesis
Presented to the Faculty of the
AMA COMPUTER LEARNING CENTER (ACLC) COLLEGE of ORMOC

In Partial Fulfillment
Of the Requirements of the Degree
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE in COMPUTER SCIENCE

Submitted By:

Albert Christian
Celeste S. Capote
Jobelle G. Espina
Anthony Florence S. Rosal

2011

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE in COMPUTER SCIENCE

RECOMMENDATION FOR ORAL EXAMINATION

In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree in Bachelor of Science in Computer Science study entitled “Student Registration System of AMA Computer Learning Center (ACLC) College – Ormoc” has been prepared and submitted by Albert Christian, Celeste S. Capote, Jobelle G. Espina,
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In fact, she was doing all the record keeping just by using ball pen, a receipt, and a little bit of log-in book. On the other hand, the Registrar Department also used manual system as a way of recording and retrieving student information. This was also true with the Accounting Office as it was administering student’s payment manually. With above researchers’ observation, human interventions were highly involved in this type of system. As a result, this may involve errors and redundancy of data resulting troubles in organization.

Statement of the Problem The objective of this study was to evaluate the Proposed Relational Database Management System in Enrolment Processing of ACLC College-Ormoc ically seek and investigate the following question: with its design. Specifically, it sought and investigated the following questions:
1. How will the respondents assess the existing Student Registration System in terms of the following pointers? 1.1 speed 1.2 security
2. How will the respondents assess the Proposed Student Registration System of ACLC College - Ormoc in terms of the following pointers: 2.1 speed 2.2 security 3. What are the significant differences between the existing and the proposed system?

Hypothesis of the Study There were no significant differences, relationships, effects and interactions
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