Thesis Abstract Title: a Feasibility Study of a Computerized Management, Academic and Research Information System for the Mountain State Agricultural College
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THESIS ABSTRACT TITLE: A FEASIBILITY STUDY OF A COMPUTERIZED MANAGEMENT, ACADEMIC AND RESEARCH INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR THE MOUNTAIN STATE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
INTRODUCTION The increasing complexity of administrative operations in today’s colleges and universities are the effects of the growing students, faculty and administrative populations and the physical expansion of the institutions. The increase in complexity means additional administrative manpower, workloads, and management information and data processing system. To meet the growing needs of education, colleges and universities as a result formulated new innovations, techniques and methods and streamline the complexity of operations. New facilities such as the computer…show more content… System Requirements Since the proposed system is used as a management, academic and research information system it requires the proper computer hardware and its peripherals. The memory size of the computer as recommended by three-computer system dealers ranges from 40 Kbytes to 64 Kbytes. This is classified as minicomputer.
Computer Systems Proposal and Configurations The proposed hardware capacity as recommended by three-computer dealers in the Philippines as selected by the writer is the following:
IBM Philippines Dataprep MAI Philippines
48 Kbytes 64 Kbytes 40 Kbytes
Systems 34 NOVA 3/12 BASIC FOUR
The selection was based on the cost of the computer hardware, the software capabilities and the hardware components. The writer selected NOVA 3/12 for the following reasons: 1. The cost of the system is low. 2. The operating system suits the proposed information system relative to real time processing. 3. The wide variety of computer languages utilized for the research, academic and management processing. The initial systems configuration for the NOVA 3/12 has a higher core capacity and also the expansion capacity is excellent. These items are very important in the selection process since the prime concern of the user is a system that meets the odds of obsolescence.
The Cost Study The various cost of