A Presentation on “Online Admission System”. OBJECTIVES. Develop a web application. Create simple form submitting system. Store the information of the students and manage them. Retrieve the information when required. Make the user interface more appealing. Form validation. .
OBJECTIVES • Develop a web application. • Create simple form submitting system. • Store the information of the students and manage them. • Retrieve the information when required. • Make the user interface more appealing. • Form validation.
OVERVIEW • Aims to improve the admission form submission system. • Reasonable storage method than a paper-based file system . • Different login pages for user and administrator. • Only valid users who passed the entrance exam can fill up the form. • Allows the administrator to view the information.
Overview(contd…) • Username and password is required for the administrator to view the information. • Administrator can delete or search any record in the database.
MODEL OF THE SYSTEM WEB SERVER DATABASE CANDIDATE ADMISSION OFFICE
SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE Web Server Index.jsp Admin.jsp CheckCandidate.java DatabaseServiceLayer.java ValidateAdmin.java Form.jsp InvalidStudent.jsp showSuubmittedForm.jsp InvalidUser.jsp DisplayUserData.jsp DataToBeDeleted.jsp Search.jsp removeEntry.jsp viewSearch.jsp
PROBLEMS FACED • Designing the form layout. • Form validation. • Insertion of data into database. • Displaying the content of database.
CONCLUSION • Developed a web application. • Simple, easy and efficient system. • Overall, the project performs well, and while it does not include all of the features that may have been desired, it lives up to initial expectations.
ENHANCEMENT • The confirmation letter for admission can be send to the student via email. • The photo of the student can be uploaded and stored into database. • The database can be updated. • Creating a list of deserving students for scholarship according to their score obtained in Pulchowk Entrance Exam .
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AmitKarn(2008/BCT/506) BinayShakya(2008/BCT/511) Sunita Singh Yadav(2008/BCT/547)