Tabulating System

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ARAULLO UNIVERSITY
PHINMA EDUCATION NETWORK

SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
MAIN DOCUMENTATION OUTLINE

Title Page
Adviser’s Recommendation Sheet
Panel’s Approval Sheet
Dean Acceptance Sheet
Table of Contents
List of Appendices
List of Tables
List of Figures
Acknowledgement

1. Introduction 1. Background of the Study 2. Statement of the Problem 1. General Problem 2. Specific Problems 3. Objectives of the Study 1. General Objective 2. Specific Objectives 4. Significance of the Study 5. Scope and Limitation
2. Review of Related Studies
3. Methodology of the Study
4. Theoretical Framework
5. Description of the Existing System
6. Proposed System
7. Summary of the Study
8. Recommendations
Appendices
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