Now a day, local area networking particularly computer jobs makes differences which are essential in our daily lives. Computer helps such an online marketing, online gaming as well as online reporting news updates to be specific. Local area networking also helps to do things in a short period of time. In fact computer change the lifetime state of the people in partnership himself and make it more essentials.
LAN makes the industry more productivity in a way that some of the most companies used this to communicate more easier in terms of trading.
As a result trading of products and equipments organized well and manageable. In reality, local area networking (LAN) is now part of our culture and industry, from the simple social works now enhanced and develops.
One of that is Lan-Based Computerized Office Equipment Borrowing System which is used by the universities and also some big companies. In a ways that from the papers used to borrow, it becomes computerized to be more organized in borrowing equipments/items.
A computerized borrowing system will even eliminated the rate of factual errors which are typically present in using manual process. It is helps to minimize the time consumption of gathering and borrowing equipments/items unlike on manual scheme.
BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY:
Today we are living of the modern world, In fact technologies more enhanced, as the result it is now used in different kind of job, business, companies and big universities. In term of education, Lan-Based Computerize Office Equipment Borrowing System helps in transmission and borrowing data online to avoid some difficult circumstances and loss of that data and items not just in that mean but also to minimized the time consumption in gathering and borrowing equipments.
In terms of business, Online Borrowing is also helps to minimized some factual errors which is typically found in manual transmission and borrowing of items and equipments. You can now also borrow books and some informative items used by the students online, with the help of Local Area Networking (LAN), the borrower will present his/her identification online with the help of LAN we can avoid the loss of items and data. We also we minimized the time consumption of borrowing and transferring item and equipments.
Generally, Lan-Based Computerized Office Equipment Borrowing System helps in our lifetime it changes the lifetime of the people and makes it more essentials. Education, Big companies and universities are some of project beneficiaries.
The following illustrations explain the existing system and how does the proposed system will improve the borrowing system in St. Catherine Institute of technology.
Figure no. 1
Manual Scheme of Student Examination
Figure no. 2
Proposed System LAN – Based Student Examination System
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM:
1. What is LAN – Based Computerized Office Equipment Borrowing System?
2. How the students rate the manual office equipment borrowing system?
3. What are the features of the LAN – Based Computerized Office Equipment Borrowing System?
4.1.4. Faster processing of borrowing request
4.1.5. More accurate borrowing schedule
4.1.6. Provides records of borrowing transactions
4.1.7. Establishes the formal approach of borrowing 4. Do you think it will be faster to trace delinquent borrower? * No * Yes
5. Do you think it will be efficient and effective to both students and teachers to have this kind of program? 6. (LAN-BASED COMPUTERIZED OFFICE EQUIPMENT BORROWING SYSTEM) * No * Yes
SCOPE AND LIMITATION:
LAN – Based Computerized Office Equipment Borrowing System for SCIT covers only features the true identification of the students who have borrowed the equipment/item. This also covers the content of the items to be barrowed showed online. These systems help us to minimize the time consumption in terms of borrowing equipments. In assurance the people who`s responsible on borrowing data and equipment should only be used their true identification to avoid some difficulties and problem regarding equipment/item borrowing.
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY:
This study benefits the STUDENTS, the INSTRUCTORS, the SCHOOL, the RESEARCHES and the FUTURE RESEARCHES.
* This kind of program will very helpful to students because borrowing and returning equipments/items from office will be more easier, and because it is now computerized, students will not be confused on where or who to borrow. The student’s benefit it in terms of it minimized the time consumed
on borrowing equipment.
* The system gives the instructors assurance form the borrower because it’s all recorded form the program itself. Less time and avoid lost of the equipments/items borrowed.
* This study can promote the school by having an accessible and hassle-free computerized office equipment borrowing system. It can lead people, particularly students to enroll in this school. It also helps lessen the expenses because there will be no need of a lot of papers and record and personnel to manually identify all who’s borrow the equipment.
* This study will also benefit the future researcher, because by this study, they can visualize and do a great research in the future. It can be a guide to their future study.
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