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Course registration is the topic that we choose. The purpose of this topic is to determine how many students are enrolled in every courses between the two department the Information Technology Department and Hotel Restaurant Management or HRM. And to show some information about this system. We wanted to make the application more resilient to errors and network failures, so we created a mechanism that checks the network status and according to it, it chooses whether to upload the data or delay the upload until there is a solid network connection. To help the student to study more efficiently and help to monitor in a more easy and fun way.
BACKGROUND OF STUDY
Form - 138 HS Report card/ F-139 (permanent record)
Certificate of good moral character
Birth certificate (photo copy)
2x2 ID pictures (4 copies)
Completed application form of enrolment
FOR TRANSFERREES/DEGREE HOLDERS
Transcript of records (TOR/Scholastic Records and all the above documents for Freshmen (02 to 05)
1.2 ENROLLMENT PROCEDURE
FOR FRESHMEN/ TRANSFEREES/ FOREIGN STUDENTS
Go to the Registrar’s Office and ask for an enrollment form. Fill it up and accomplish the form with your documents/requirements attached to it. Get your assessment form together with the schedule of classes to be approved by the school head/branch manager then an interview will follow.
Proceed to the accounting office for the assessment of fees and then pay. Always ask for an official receipt.
Submit all the document with your enrollment form and show your OFFICIAL RECIEPT for validation to the registrar for database purposes.
Present your information data for the issuance of a school ID.
Get the schedule of payment to avail an examination permit on time.
Schools policy, NO PERMIT, NO EXAM.
Avoid delay of time to refrain from penalty.
FOR OLD STUDENT
Secure the pre-registration from and index card from the registrar for reservation. See to it that you are cleared from your obligation in the school.
Get the permit to enroll, complete the forms with your schedule of classes and don’t forget your student no.
Proceed to your OIC for approval.
Go to the accounting office and then pay.
Submit your registration card to the registrar and show your official receipt for validation.
1.3 RULES OF PAYMENT
The students should be properly oriented the cost of the school operating expenses in paying the tuition fee, participation fee, miscellaneous fee, and other related fees to be compiled during the enrollment. Upon payment, always ask for an official receipt
The manner of payment for a regular student who is officially enrolled will run down into five equal monthly payments. Inquire from the accounting office.
Regular students and scholars must pay their Terminal Fee for every semester payable in ten equal month installment.
Delayed of payments are subject to fine
Lost receipt will be penalized.
ALL PAYMENTS ARE NOT REFUNDABLE.
1.4 GRADING SYSTEM
1. COMPUTATION OF GRADES
Class standing 30%
Major Examinations 40%
TOTAL : 100%
2. EQUIVALENT GRADING SYSTEM
1.0 100-98 Excellent
1.25 97-95 Very Superior
1.50 94-92 Superior
1.75 91-87 Very Good
2.00 88-86 Good
2.25 85-83 Very Satisfactory
2.50 82-80 Satisfactory
2.75 79-76 Fair
3.00 75 Passed
5.00 74 below Failed
INC- No final test/lack requirement
SEGMENT 2: CODE OF DISCIPLINE
Student who are officially enrolled in Datamex Institute of Computer Technology, automatically become BONAFIDE students, regardless of sex, color and creed. All students must wear their prescribed and complete uniform with their respective ID inside the campus. NSTP/P.E uniforms are prescribed only during Saturdays and Sundays Male and Female students must be properly groomed. Speak English at all times
Short sleeves with embroidered school patch
Black leather shoes
White polo barong with embroidered school patch
Black leather/moccasin shoes
Dark colored socks
LABORATORY UNIFORM (HRM STUDENTS ONLY)
MALE AND FEMALE
Chef Jacket cut and toque
Apron and Hairnet cap
Students should maintain 80% attendance for every school semester
A student with five consecutive absences will present an excuse letter from the parent. In case of illness, confined in the hospital a Doctor’s certificate is needed
A student who incurs ten consecutive absences is automatically dropped.
Datamex Technologies Inc. is an organization well into its 38th year of operation. Over the years, we have been strategically positioned to deliver a family of new and innovative technologies that are very much complementary in nature. We have fostered and forged strong relationships with our customers as a result of our commitment to inform, educate, allow for "proof of concept", assist in product implementation and provide the necessary on-going equipment maintenance and technical services. Our employees have more desire, determination and resolve to ensure that we conduct our business in a fashion that best represents the interests of our clients. They are engaged to provide the necessary technologies and services that allow our clients to make informed IT purchase decisions.
BS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
BS HRM (Hotel and Restaurant Management)
STATEMENT OF PROBLEM
Datamex College are tasked with developing a new student registration system. The college would like a new client-server system to replace its much older system developed around mainframe technology. The new system will allow students to register for courses and view report cards from their personal computers attached to the campus LAN, or from any machine on the Internet (such as the machines in the school library). Professors will be able to access the system to sign up to teach courses as well as record grades.
Due to a decrease in federal funding the college cannot afford to replace the entire system at once. The college will keep the existing course catalog database where all course information is maintained. This database is an Ingres relational database running on. Fortunately the college has invested in an open SQL interface that allows access to this database from colleges Unix servers. The legacy system performance is rather poor, so the new system must insure that access to the data on the legacy system occurs in a timely manner. The new system will access course information from the legacy database but will not update it. The registrar’s office will continue to maintain course information through another system.
At the beginning of each semester students may request a course catalogue containing a list of course offerings for the semester. Information about each course, such as professor, department, and prerequisites will be included to help students make informed decisions.
The new system will allow students to select four course offerings for the coming semester. In addition, each student will indicate two alternative choices in case the student cannot be assigned to a primary selection. Course offerings will have a maximum of ten students and a minimum of three students. A course offering with fewer than three students will be canceled. For each semester, there is a period of time that students can change their schedule. Students must be able to access the system during this time to add or drop courses. Once the registration process is completed for a student, the registration system sends information to the billing system so the student can be billed for the semester. If a course fills up during the actual registration process, the student must be notified of the change before submitting the schedule for processing.
At the end of the semester, the student will be able to access the system to view an electronic report card. Since student grades are sensitive information, the system must employ extra security measures to prevent unauthorized access.
Professors must be able to access the on-line system to indicate which courses they will be teaching. They will also need to see which students signed up for their course offerings. In addition, the professors will be able to record the grades for the students in each class.
SCOPE AND LIMITATIONS
• Actions through which courses are added to a schedule or dropped from a list.
• Schedule of classes.
• Some students don’t pay their miscellaneous fees on time.
• Some students shifting to another course.
• Listing the total students in every course.