Student Information System

CHAPTER I RESEARCH PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND INTRODUCTION Notably, student information system or SIS incurs such application software designed for educational establishments to manage student data. Student information systems provide capabilities for entering student test and other assessment scores, building student schedules, tracking student attendance as well as managing many other student-related data needs within the institution university. Thus, many of these systems applied in the Philippines can be scaled to different levels of activity and can be configured by their home institutions to meet local needs.

Moreover, before universities have created their own bespoke student record systems, but with growing complexity in the business of educational establishments, organizations now choose to buy customizable within the shelf software.

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It can be that, modern student information systems are usually server-based, with the application residing on central computer server and are being accessed by client applications at various places within and even outside the school.

During the year 1990s, student information systems have been changing and are fast adopted through the presence of a web medium as a channel for accessing SIS without any hassle upon viewing student details and information. STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM This study deals with the Proposed Claro M. Recto High School Specifically, this study aims to answer the following questions: 1. What are the problems encountered by the system of the students’ information system in terms of services? 2. How do the above to be improved? 3.

Is the proposed system can really make solution for these problems? . Does the computer based system can help the school to make Collection process fast and ease? OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY General Objectives The study aims to develop Students Information System that can be only use in C. M Recto High School to have much accurate, organized of students’ information and to ensure data integrity, privacy, and security in an open-access environment. Specific Objectives • To make their work easier and to be accurate on their work. • To have a privacy and security to the students information. • To easily search to access the students information.

To organized all the name of the students in C. M Recto high school. • To easily identify and determine the name of the students information of what year. SCOPE AND DELIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY In this study, the researchers set boundaries to limit the area of study. The proposed system will be implemented and it will be limited only to Claro M. Recto High School.

The target respondents of this study are the faculty and the students of Claro M. Recto High School holding the position as a registrar and to all the students who enrolled in Claro M. Recto high school.

CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK OF THE STUDY The Conceptual Framework of the study shows the relationship between the existing and the proposed system. The Conceptual Framework of the study is illustrated in the following paradigm: FIGURE 1.

0 The input of the study is the manual process of encoding student’s information. The input illustrates how the manual system process in the students information. The process presents a computerized solution from manual collection of record information system, providing a security system to the log-in and log-out. For safe-keeping of students information.

The output shows how the student’s information system makes faster, organized and eases to access. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY This study is significant for the better solution to the manual system of generating and organizing the information of the students.

This system will be an effective tool for the school because this will be a big help and can enhance the management. The following are some of the benefits that each category will bring: To the users. It will be easier for them to access and store the information of the students through the system and have own privacy and security to there information.

It is also possible to the school to attract students because it has well-organized system. To the school. The system will be very useful to the school it can save more time in store and prepare information in the system also less effort.

To the future researchers. Those who take on a similar research, this study will persuade them to maintain and go on with more analysis on the same study. DEFINITION OF TERMS The following provides a definition of important terminologies for more clarity in the understanding of the study. Program – It is collections of instructions in manipulating data.

Security – Refers to techniques for ensuring that data stored in a computer cannot be changed or compromised.

System – Set of detailed methods, procedures, and routines established or formulated to carry out the specific activity, perform a duty, or solve a problem. Student Information Systems (SIS) manage student records and information Database- a collection of information that is organized so that it can easily be accessed manage and updated. Local host-(meaning “this computer”) is the standard host name given to the address of the loop back network interface.

System- is a group of interacting, for an interrelated or interdependent elements complex whole. System Analysis Design- is the study of set of interacting entities , including computer system analysis.

MySQL – stands for “My Structure Query Language”. The program runs as a server providing multi-user access to a number of databases. PHP(Hypertext Pre-processor)-a widely used , general purpose scripting language that was originally designed for the web development , to produce dynamic webpage. CHAPTER II REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES FOREIGN LITERATURE

Simon Fraser University’s Student Information System. SIS is the university’s records and enrollment management system for students, faculty, and applicants. Students can enroll in classes, check their grades, request a transcript, update their personal information, and more.

Faculty can view their class enrollment and report grades. Applicants can check their application status and self-report their grades. A PDF of the current schedule of classes is available separately. Students and faculty log in to the system with their computing ID and password.

For help on activating a computing ID, please see Login Help. Applicants log in with their temporary student number and password.

Help for applicants can be found at Applicant. Cybernetics Ethics Information System Cybernetics is often referred to as the ethics of the information system. Information system of ethics can be defined as “the study of legal, moral, ethics in connection with the use of information and communication technologies” There are many challenges we face in this age of information. They come from the type of information.

Information is the means by which spirit extends and improves capacity, often the target of reaching a record do not match. Information and intellectual capital in the man, his life and he are designed with safety there are some benefit of LACCD student information system.

Construction of intellectual capital is vulnerable in many ways. For example, affected people of intellectual capital, if they lose their personal data without compensation if they are excluded from access to information of value to them when they show intimate details, or if you find the information, which live in error.

The social contract between people in the information age should tackle these threats to human dignity. The ethical issues involved are different in ethical information systems. Ethics in the information system is necessary to overcome ethical issues.

Data protection: information on the same level as a person needs to reveal the other to what conditions and with what guarantees? What can stay and not be forced to reveal to others? LOCAL LITERATURE Adventist University of the Philippines On-line Information System A O L I S (ayo’lis) stands for Adventist University of the Philippines On-line Information System.

An On-line Information System is one which accepts input directly from the area where it is created. It is also a system in which the outputs, or results of computation, are returned directly to where they are required (Yourdon, 1972 cited). This usually means that the computer system has a hardware architecture that looks like that in the figure below: A common characteristic of on-line systems is that data are entered into the computer system and received from the computer system remotely.

That is, the users of the computer system typically interact with the computer from terminals that may be located hundreds of miles from other terminals and from the computer itself. Another characteristic of an on-line systems is that its stored data, that is, its files or its database, are usually organized in such a way that individual pieces of data (such as an individual airline reservation record or an individual personnel record) can be retrieved and/or modified (1) quickly and (2) without necessarily accessing any other piece of data in the system.

With an on-line information system, the academic and service departments of AUP can access data from a centralized database such that information needed by one department from another may be obtained through the system. The Goal of the AOLIS Project “To provide an on-line information system to both academic and non academic departments of AUP through a centralized database system thereby making transactions speedy; data accessible, secure, and reliable; and achieving inter-department connectivity and cost-effectiveness toward a more efficient delivery of student and personnel services. Services This chapter includes a list of school functions where aolis systems are working on. Enrollment Registrar’s Office. Encoding of all student information on acceptance. Cashier.

Payment transaction and printing of receipt. Dean of Student Finance. Assignment of study load. Encoding of category: faculty child, working student Academic Department Heads. Provides view of all student grades for evaluation. Artificial Intelligence also helps in evaluation.

Student Services Office. Encoding of student categories such as: caf/non-caf, and dorm/village/faculty child.

College Deans and Academic Department. Overrides for full classes, prerequisite excemption, units overload, uncurricular subjects. Accounting Office. Assessment and printing of registration form.

Reports Registrar’s Office. Generation of reports required by the government: Enrollment List Summary, Enrollment List, Promotional Report, Report on Collegiate Grades, Foreigners Enrollment List. Transcript of Records. Accounting Office. Generation of: student statements, subsidy statements, income distribution, trial balance, dormitorians list, rosters, etc.


Generic Reports of use of other departments: Enrollment List Summary – student counts by college, course, year-level, gender Enrollment List – list of students and subjects by college, course, year-level, gender Enrollment List – no subject, Enrollment List – foreigners only. NVSU Online Information System SIS is a secure, web accessible interactive computer system that allows you access to your grade reports, transcripts, schedule of classes, and remaining balance for the semester and register for your classes online. Through the system you will be assigned a unique identification number.

All data to and from the university will use that unique identifier. The use of individual student records will: increase the admissions capacity to follow a student’s progress over time; provide better quality data to drive more enlightened policy decisions resulting in enhanced educational opportunities for all students; reduce data collection burden through a web enabled SIS; and as a tool of parents in monitoring the academic performance of their children. 3M New Information System The business environment is very competitive. Consequently, companies need to offer customers efficient and reliable service.

If they do not, customers will switch to more consumer efficient companies.

Furthermore, as companies grow in size, it becomes harder to keep track of the growing amount of customer information. If a company does a poor job of organizing and maintaining customer records and data, it can result in problems for both the company and the consumer. This paper will focus on the Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, more commonly known as 3M, and how it improved its customer service and reduced cost by improving its management information system.

Sources consulted included business journals and websites with facts and case studies on 3M. Company Description 3M, internationally established in 1951, is a $16 billion multinational company with its headquarters in Minnesota, U. S.

A. , with operations in more than 60 countries, and products sold in nearly 200 countries. 3M offers products and services to the transportation, graphics and safety, healthcare, industrial, consumer and office, electro and communications, and specialty markets. 3M, a company known for its innovation, constantly encourages employees to create new products.

Thirty percent of sales must come, each year, from products less than 4 years old and scientists must spend 15% of their time trying to develop new ideas of their own. 3M spent over $1 billion dollars alone on research and development.

3M’s corporate culture revolves around creativity, initiative, innovation, and entrepreneurship. This unique and innovative culture is largely responsible for 3M’s success. In accordance with having a strong need to stimulate innovation and creativity, 3M has a very decentralized corporate structure. It maintains over 40 business units that develop and market various 3M. FOREIGN STUDIES

University of Virginia Student Information System U.

Va. to Implement New Student Information SystemFebruary 17, 2009 — Say goodbye to ISIS. Say hello to “the SIS. “The difference is more than just a letter. The new Student Information System, which goes live in March, is how University of Virginia students and faculty will manage students’ academic progress, from course advising and registration to financial aid.

” It’s powerful,” said Carole Horwitz, communications manager for the Student Systems Project. (The Student Center online demonstration can be found here. The Faculty Center online demonstration can be found here.

Course registration has been done online for many years now, she said, so the changes that the SIS represents are more evolutionary than revolutionary. Students who have tested the new system, she said, are not blown away by the changes. ” We don’t want it to be a big deal.

It’s not going to be a revolution. It’s going to be a reliable, effective way to do business,” she said. The rollout of the SIS is the latest phase of the Student System Project, a three-year effort to replace and integrate the administrative information systems that track students at various points in their careers.

The first phase rolled out in July, when the new online admission application went live, and subsequent phases track a hypothetical student throughout his career, from applying for financial aid, to course registration, to making tuition payments, billing and cashiering to entering grades. ISIS, the old course-enrollment system, has been in place for decades, in various forms.

“The technology has become outdated and obsolete,” Horwitz said.

Under the Student System Project, prospective students who request information about the University create a single electronic record that will follow them through applying for admission and financial aid, enrollment and graduation (essentially, that ominous-sounding “permanent record” that principals supposedly use to scare miscreants straight). There are three categories of users for the SIS: students, faculty and administrators. Students and faculty enter through a portal site, first using Net Badge to authenticate their identity, then landing on their own individualized home page.

Students will be able to choose from a menu of fairly self-explanatory functions, including “Manage Course Enrollment,” “Monitor Academic Progress,” “Manage Student Finances,” “Manage Financial Aid Awards” and “Update Personal Information. ” Course enrollment is perhaps the star of the March rollout.

It required the creation of an online course catalog, drawing from a database of 37,000 courses, and a new four-digit course numbering system, Horwitz said. One interesting feature: A student can call up a page that tracks her progress toward fulfilling her degree requirements, seeing which ones she has met and which are still unmet.

For the ones that are unmet, the system can suggest current classes that will fulfill them and then allow the students to register for them. Faculty users have a different list of functions: “View Class Lists,” “Submit Grades” and “View Your Advisees’ and Adviser Details. ” The last function allows faculty advisers access to their advisees’ complete academic record. The grade-submission function allows professors to enter students’ final grades by hand, or to upload them from Collab.

Either way, it does away with the need to submit paper degree candidate grade sheets.

For faculty, the SIS does offer many of the same features as Collab, including viewing class lists and creating student e-mail lists. However, the SIS has several unique functions, including the ability to view weekly teaching and exam schedules, grant enrollment permissions, build a course waitlist, approve final grades, search the course catalog and schedule of classes, and release advising holds. Sms Based Information Student Information System Teaching Information Systems Development with SMS Chris Wallace Information Systems School Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Mathematical Sciences

University of the West of England Frenchay, Bristol BS16 1QY chris. wallace@uwe.

ac. uk Abstract ‘Texting’ or SMS mobile phone messaging is rapidly increasing in business and community use. This paper discusses the inclusion of SMS technology in the teaching of Information Systems Development. It is argued that SMS has advantages in terms of simplicity of development, encouragement of good development practice and the breadth of information systems concerns exposed. Keywords Texting, SMS, mobile communication, information systems development.


Introduction The final year module Information Systems Development 3 (ISD3) is taken mainly by students on their Computing and Information Systems award. These students have had some exposure to Java in their first year and to Microsoft Access application development in their second year. In the final year we seek to broaden the range of application technologies by introducing 3-tier web-based applications. Typically these have a browser in the presentation layer, PL/SQL or PHP in the application layer and Oracle or MySQL in the persistence layer.

One difficulty with this module is to get a balance between the concerns and approaches to Information Systems Development on one hand and the narrower concerns of program and database development on the other. The goal here is not to develop great programming or software engineering ability but to develop awareness of information systems in their organisational, human and societal context, addressing issues of the role of information itself, its meaning, quality and value, human-human as well as human-machine communication and the design of business process.

Browser-fronted applications, as a technology to support information systems, are full of interest and possibilities but in the opinion… Carnegie Mellon College of Humanities and social Sciences Information System The Information Systems Program at Carnegie Mellon University is an internationally recognized undergraduate major for students who want to design and implement effective solutions to meet organizational and management needs for information and decision support.

Graduates of the Information Systems program are ideally situated to take a leading role in shaping our information-based future.

Information Systems (IS) is a unique and innovative interdisciplinary program in Carnegie Mellon’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences. Drawing on a wide range of exciting college and university strengths, IS majors study the organizational, technological, economic and societal aspects of information systems. Students completing the program will be well grounded in the fundamentals of organization theory, decision making, teamwork and leadership, and research methods as well as current and emerging information systems technologies.

Graduates of the program are recruited by a wide range of employers in global consulting, manufacturing, consumer products, finance, software firms such as Accenture, Boeing, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Procter and Gamble, Johnson and Johnson, Microsoft and Google. The Information Systems Program appeals to outstanding students with a wide range of backgrounds and interests. The flexible nature of the program encourages students to explore their own interests in a contemporary content area, such as professional communications, organizations, business and economics, and global systems.

A wide variety of elective courses, complementary second majors and minors, and accelerated masters degree programs allow Information Systems students to take advantage of the many unique educational opportunities available at Carnegie Mellon University. Given the expanding global opportunities in software systems and services, we encourage students to consider a study abroad experience. LOCAL STUDIES A. C. C. E.

S. S. PHILIPPINES Academic Community Computerized Enrolment Software System. A web-based enrolment and school management system with features that can meet a school system needs and requirements.

This includes standardized modules for student registration (student information system), enrolment, automated fees computation, cashiering and accounting, grade management, reporting modules, online quiz systems and other modules that are deemed necessary to run and administer a school.

As almost every application is moving to depend and better work on the Internet, ACCESS takes the challenge to move further: • Online Registration and Enrollment – New students (freshmen and transferees) may now register, enroll and pay online wherever and whenever before the first day of classes.

Accomplishing requirements may also be done online with an adjustment of the school’s policies. • Self-Service Enrollment – students may enroll themselves guided by their enrolled curriculum. • Mobile app versions for students and instructors – These two most important clientele needs to do their job at the least stressful conditions. • iOS (iPad, iPhone) applications as the market moves to them.

• we’re excited to do more so we’re listing solutions that will go best with your implementation and use of ACCESS.

Integrated Student Information System (ISIS) ISIS, accessible to faculty and staff (not students), is the centralized student system that manages the records for all Penn State students–graduate, undergraduate, credit, and non-credit–at all Penn State locations. ISIS manages student records from admission through graduation, including billing, course scheduling, student aid, and transcripts. ISIS host Web sites are Admissions, Bursar, Graduate School, Housing and Food Services, Registrar, and Student Aid.

For information about, or to login into, the Electronic Integrated Student Information Systems (eISIS), visit the eISIS page.

OBTAINING ACCESS 1. Before any student-related access is requested, the user must successfully complete the FERPA online tutorial. Information can be found on the FERPA Tutorial page of the Registrar’s Web site. 2. Contact the Access and Security Representative (ASR) within your unit.

3. Your ASR will determine if you should have access to the Integrated Student Information System (ACOM & BCOM). 4.

After that determination, the ASR will fill out and submit the Systems Access form requesting to have you added as a user. Send questions pertaining to the form to AIS Support. ISIS data and reports may be accessed via the Data Warehouse, the mainframe (ACOM & BCOM), and eDDS (Electronic Document Distribution System) and might require individual access accounts and procedures.

A web base k-12 Student Information System Webeim is a one stop student information management solution that was primarily developed to fulfill the requirements of private school, public school and school districts.

It was the mission of teledata system and service, Webeim’s parent company to developed a completely automated student information system capable of handling every piece of information in a school’s database and delivering required result in an accurate, hassle free manner. After 20 years of field experience, market evaluation, product prototype and concept tasting, teledata automated webeim. This comprehensive solution sets it apart from the rest of the product in its category as it has been designed with the unique set of features: Webeim is integrated configurable centralized 100% web based.

From the time a new student is registered in a school database to when he graduates to middle school webeim moves data seamlessly and transparently. Webeim allows school to use their specific codes can be configured while streamlining the work process.

Webeim eliminates the need for double inputting data. When a teacher oversees his/her individual class, the principal can oversees the entire school as one without any duplication of effort. Information on webiem can be accessed from anywhere at anytime with a standard browser on a mackintosh or Microsoft patfrom.

We understand the critical needfor reliable information in schools. We therefore assure you a very satisfactory experience with webiem right from the every stage implementation, maintenance and support.

CHAPTER III METHODOLOGY AND SOFTWARE DESIGN This chapter serves as the framework of the system. It focuses on the steps and the methodologies used by the defenders in designing and developing software. RESEARCH METHOD USED Descriptive Research In descriptive design, the study focuses at the present condition.

The aim of descriptive research is to obtain an accurate profile of the people, events or situations. With this research type, it is essential that the researcher already has a clear view or picture of the phenomena being investigated before the data collection procedure is carried out.

The researcher used this kind of research to obtain first hand data from the respondents so as to formulate rational and sound conclusions and recommendations for the study. Creative Research This method use by the defenders in the design development of the proposed system.

This method gathers information from the internet that allows defenders to compare the proposed system into the different existing collection system of other company. It gives idea to approach problems when it comes to development of a quality and efficiency of the system. By the tips of authors related in analyzing the system, and gives the things to be consider, defenders get a wide idea for the improvement of the system proposed. POPULATION AND SAMPLE SIZE • Sample Size The researchers computed the sample size by getting the number of students and using the formula below, the sample size will be computed.

= [pic] Where: n= sample size N= number of students e= margin of error (up to 0. 09 only) • POPULATION The population of Student on C. M Recto High School that is being surveyed. DESCRIPTION OF RESPONDENTS The target respondents of the study were the student on C. M Recto High School. DATA GATHERING INSTRUMENT Research materials and data for preliminary investigation are of essential use in the reliability of the thesis.

The researchers used the following in the gathering of the information for the completion of the study.

Questionnaire The defenders employ the use of questionnaires in finding solutions to the critical and controversial problems of the present study. The results of the questionnaires supported the formulation of the hypotheses. CLARO M. RECTO HIGH SCHOOL Student Information Name: ___________________________ Date of birth: ________________ Year: ____________________________ Sex: _________ Address: ______________________________________________ Contac #: _______________________________________________ Observation

The defenders gather accurate information on how a manual system of gathering and managing collection reports operates particularly about the processes involved in such. Weaknesses of a manual system are examined for further analysis.

As a result, the possible sources of those problems are identified. ANALYTICAL TOOLS USED Analytical tools used for the presentation of the process of the proposed system and manual system from the input to the output in graphical forms. From these tools, we could see the flow, the details in an organized manner and the overview of the system logically.

Flowchart It illustrates the movement of data in an organization. It shows the sequence of steps performed in a system. In this diagram, we could see the overview of the manual and proposed system on the system functions.

Figure 1 Registrar chart [pic] Figure 2 Student Chart [pic] Verification through the use of statistical method The proponents will use the Likert scale for conducting statistical Method. Through the use of questionnaire, data were gathered from the respondents. Each will be ask to answer the questionnaire.

Afterwards, the researchers will retrieve it from them. The format of the five levels Likert scale item: a. Strongly Agree b.

Agree c. Uncertain d. Disagree e. Strongly Disagree Percentage – to determine the magnitude of respondents to the Questionnaires The formula for the percentage is: P=f/N*100 Where: P= percentage f= frequency N= number of respondents Table 1 The Five-point Likert Scale |Scale |Range |Interpretation | | A |4. 01 – 5. 0 |Strongly Agree | |B |3.

01 – 4. 00 |Agree | |C |2. 01 – 3. 00 |Uncertain | |D |1. 01 – 2.

00 |Disagree | |E |Da |Strongly Disagree | Instrument and Techniques 1. Techniques a. Observation

The proponents gathered information through observation on the numbers of daily clients. The information gathered will be used for the formulation of the project proposal. b.

Online Research Online Research is also one of the tools that helped the proponents to think of the possible solution for the school’s problem. The proponents submit themselves on research of different websites that might help to solve the problem of the current establishment they are in. 2. Instruments a. Questionnaire The proponents gave list of questions to the school that will help o further analyze the existing problem and the solution for it. b.

Paper Documentation The proponents are able to prepare the documentation of the system that will help the school to find a solution to their existing problem. CHAPTER IV PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA This chapter presents, analyzes, and interprets the data gathered out of the answered questions of the respondents according to the specific problems of the study. Profile of the Respondents Frequency Distribution Table for Respondent’s Gender Table 1. 0 GENDER |FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION |PERCENTAGE | | Male |2 | 40% | | Female |3 | 60% | | TOTAL |5 | 100% |

Formula: Percentage = FD x 100 / Total FD Table 1. 1 | INTERPRETATION |FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION |PERCENTAGE | |

Strongly Agree |5 |100% | | Agree |0 |0 | | Neutral |0 |0 | | Disagree |0 |0 | | Strongly Disagree |0 |0 | | TOTAL |5 | 100% | Tabulation of the Respondent’s According to their Perception on the Proposed Student Information System will give more benefits for the school than the manual system.

Table 1. 1 shows the frequency and percentage distribution of the respondents according to their perception on the Proposed Student Information System in giving more benefits for the school than the manual system. It seems that 100% of the respondents are strongly agreed. Table 1. 2 INTERPRETATION |FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION | PERCENTAGE | | Strongly Agree |5 |100% | | Agree |0 |0 | | Neutral |0 |0 | | Disagree |0 |0 | | Strongly Disagree |0 |0 |TOTAL |5 | 100% | Tabulation of the Respondent’s According to their Perception on the Proposed Student Information System in helping the School Collection Process fast and ease Table 1.

2 shows the frequency and percentage distribution of the respondents according to their perception on the Proposed Student Information System in helping the school collection process fast and ease. Apparently, 100% of the respondents are strongly agreed while Disagree and Strongly Disagree were respondents in with the percentage of 0%. Table 1. 3 INTERPRETATION |FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION |PERCENTAGE | |Strongly Agree |5 |100% | |Agree |0 |0 | |Neutral |0 |0 | |Disagree |0 |0 | |Strongly Disagree |0 |0 | |TOTAL |5 |100% | Tabulation of the Respondent’s According to their Perception on the Proposed Student Information System really feasible Table 1. 3 shows the frequency and percentage distribution of the respondents according to their perception on the Proposed Student Information System really feasible.

Apparently, 100% of the respondents are strongly agree. Table 1. 4 INTERPRETATION |FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION |PERCENTAGE | |Manual |5 |100% | |Computerized |0 |0% | |TOTAL |5 |100% | Tabulation of the Respondent’s According to their Perception in the current system in the school. Table 1. 4 shows the frequency and percentage distribution of the respondents on what is the current system of the school. 100% manual system said that they use in the school.

Table 1. 5 INTERPRETATION |FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION |PERCENTAGE | |Strongly Agree |5 |100% | |Agree |0 |0% | |Neutral |0 |0% | |Disagree |0 |0% | |Strongly Disagree |0 |0% | |TOTAL |0 |100% | Tabulation of the Respondent’s According to their Perception on the Proposed Student Information System in implementing them by the school Table 1. 5 shows the frequency and percentage distribution of the respondents according to their perception on the Proposed Student Information System if the proposed system shall be implemented by the school. Apparently, 100% of the respondents strongly agreed. Table 1. 6 INTERPRETATION |FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION |PERCENTAGE | |Strongly Agree |5 |100% | |Agree |0 |0% | |Neutral |0 |0% | |Disagree | 0 |0% | |Strongly Disagree |0 |0% | |TOTAL |5 |100% | Tabulation of the Respondent’s According to their Perception on the Proposed Student Information is a big advantage for our school Table 1.

7 shows the frequency and percentage distribution of the respondents according to their perception on the Proposed Student Information System if it is a big advantage for their school. Apparently, 100% of the respondents strongly Agree. Table 1. 7 INTERPRETATION |FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION |PERCENTAGE | |Strongly Agree |0 |0% | |Agree |1 |20% | |Neutral |4 |80% | |Disagree |0 |0% | |Strongly Disagree |0 |0% | |TOTAL |5 |100% | Tabulation of the Respondent’s According to their Perception on the Proposed that only administrators are allowed to use the system Table 1. shows the frequency and percentage distribution of the respondents according to their perception on the Proposed Student Information that the administrators are only allowed to use the system.

Apparently, 80% of the respondents, were neutral and agreed respondents in with the percentage of 20%. Table 1. 8 | INTERPRETATION |FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION |PERCENTAGE | |Strongly Agree |5 |100% | |Agree |0 0% | |Neutral |0 |0% | |Disagree |0 |0% | |Strongly Disagree |0 |0% | |TOTAL |5 |100% | Tabulation of the Respondent’s According to their Perception on the Proposed Student Information that requires a strong security Table 1. 8 shows the frequency and percentage distribution of the respondents according to their perception on the Proposed Student Information System, that the system requires to have a strong security. Apparently, 100% of the respondents strongly agreed. Table 1.

9 INTERPRETATION |FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION |PERCENTAGE | |Strongly Agree |5 |100% | |Agree |0 |0% | |Neutral |0 |0% | |Disagree |0 |0% | |Strongly Disagree |0 |0% | |TOTAL |5 |100% | Tabulation of the Respondent’s according to their Perception on is it necessary for all the administrators to update the entire Students Information Table 1. 9 shows the frequency and percentage distribution of the respondents according to their perception on the Proposed Student Information System that administrators should update the entre student’s information.

Apparently, 100% of the respondents strongly agree and Neutral while Disagree and agree were respondents in with the percentage of 0%. Table 1. 10 | INTERPRETATION |FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION |PERCENTAGE | |Yes |5 |100% | |No |0 |0% | |TOTAL |5 |100% |

Tabulation of the Respondent’s According to their Perception on this proposed system can be applied into their school Table 1.

10 shows the frequency and percentage distribution of the respondents according to their perception on the Proposed Student Information if the proposed system can be applied into their school. Apparently, 100% of the respondents said yes. C. M Recto Survey Questionnaire Strongly agree -5 Agree-4 Neutral-3 Disagree-2 Strongly Disagree-1 Survey Questions |5 SA |4 A |3 N |2 SD |1 D |YES |MANUAL |INTERPRETATI-ON | |1. Proposed system will give more benefits for the school than the existing system |5 |0 |0 |0 |0 | | |

Strongly agree | |2. Proposed system can help the school to make collection process fast and ease |5 |0 |0 |0 |0 | | | Strongly agree | |3.

Proposed Student Information System really feasible |5 |0 |0 |0 |0 | | | Strongly agree | |4. what Is the current system of the school |0 |0 |0 |0 |0 | | 5 | manual | |5. Does the proposed student information system shall be implemented by the school |5 |0 |0 |0 |0 | | | Strongly agree | | 6. Do you think that SIS is a big advantage for our school? | 5 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | | | Strongly agree | |7. Do you think only administrators are allowed to use this system? | 0 | 1 | 4 | 0 | 0 | | | neutral | |8.

Is it okay to view the public and private information about the student’s information included in the system? | 5 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | | | Strongly agree | |9. Is it necessary for all the administrators to update all the student’s information? | 5 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | | | Strongly agree | |10. do you think this proposed system can be applied into your school? | | | | | | 5 | | yes | |CHAPTER V SUMMARY, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE STUDY In this chapter, the researchers stated all the important information that was gathered throughout the study. This includes the summary of the study SUMMARY The proponents decided to develop a Students Information System exclusive for C. M Recto to improve the system of the school using the proposed system.

The system is more accessible to the students and admin for the needed information. This can be easily identify the students information. For the registrar, who is responsible for maintenance and security of the system, it will also help the school it can save more time in store and prepare information in the system also less effort. This study gathered enough and suitable data backed up by realistic ideas of respondents. Questionnaires, observations were employed and deployed by the researchers in answering the specific and general problems to where the study was based (manual system).

The group respondents were composed of admin of the school.

Their respondents’ insights with the use of survey questionnaires were computed and interpreted by the proponents using the statistical methods of weighted mean and its percentage. After all the important data were gathered to answer the specific problems, the proponents started to find solutions to the general problem of the study which was to develop a web based student’s information system. As the system ended and tested, it successfully gives solutions for the problem encountered while using the manual system. It possibly reaches the objectives to be more accessible, secure, efficient and accurate.

CONCLUSIONS Web based students Information System involves a lot of benefits on the part of the school students and registrar.

Behind all of the findings, testing and analysis on the gathered data, the proponents came up with the concluding statements such as, the proposed system is now more accessible to the students and registrar. It could eliminate the time for the registrar utilization in searching, updating, checking and adding the student’s information. For the students searching and updating the information is now faster and easy to operate than the manual system. The system can also produce student’s information at the very short of time. It is very useful for the Web based Information System in saving time and effort in gathering information of the students and maintaining an accurate data’s needed.

RECOMMENDATIONS The proponent would also like to invoke a few recommendations for rationalization purposes.

The proposed system will be great to use in terms of efficiency, accuracy, reliability, user-friendliness, organized and open access environment. The proponents strongly recommend Web Based Students Information System in Claro M. Recto High School. Once they implemented this system, the school collection process will be more accessible, secure, efficient and accurate. Since the system was developed and designed for the exclusive use Claro M.

Recto High School students and registrar, adopting the system as well as putting modifications to optimize the system is now left in the hands of researchers and developers who would hopefully view this study as an intelligent and feasible idea of their future conceptualization.

ABE International Business College Legarda St. , Sampaloc, Manila RECOMMENDATION FOR ORAL DEFENSE This study entitled “WEB BASED STUDENT INFORMATION SYSTEM” Prepared and submitted by Teresita P. Gepuit, Alberto M. Saracanlao, Chona N. Sarsona, Marlo S.

Tayona, Jammar Silva, and Mark Diaz, in partial fulfillment in the requirement for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Information Technology has been examined and recommended for acceptance and approval for Oral Examination. Jennifer J. Geraban Professor Panel of Examiners ______________________________________ PanelistPanelist ______________________________________ PanelistPanelist http://www. oppapers.

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htmlhttp://www. oppapers. com/essays/Jit-Inventory-System/479597http://www. oppapers. com/essays/walt-mart inventory sytem/107123 ———————– OUTPUT Student’s information system make faster, organized and ease to access PROCESS Students Information System Survey INPUT Students’ information