ABSTRACT:                This project work focused on the design and implementation of a system for processing students ID-Card. The study investigates the ID-Card processing expert system as a tool for revolutionized computer profession. It concentrates on how improved representations of processing knowledge and problem solving strategies have advanced the field of artificial intelligence in computer. The system generally involve mainly in manual process and it was discussed under the following process, when students visits the processing department for the purposes of ID-card there personal data are ended in the record and they will be asked to leave and came back in some days or weeks to collect their processed ID-card.    The researcher investigates the manual system in detail with the view of finding out the need to automate it. Happily, the final result of the processing expert system was its ability to produce on the spot a wait and take processed ID-Card by processing the input data and provide summary of the ID-Card process for a particular student.   TABLE OF CONTENTS Title pageCertification pageDedication Acknowledgement AbstractOrganization of workTable of figures Table of contents CHAPTER ONE1.0    INTRODUCTION1.1    Statement of the problem1.2    Aim of the study1.3    Purpose and objectives1.4    Scope of the study 1.5    Limitation of the study1.6    Suggestions CHAPTER TWO2.0    LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1    Security ID budget system 2.2    Government 2.3    Healthcare system2.4    Educational institutions2.5    Retail and health clubs2.6    Starter system 2.7    The smart print2.8    Duplex digital video camera system2.9    Digital video camera system2.10    High production duplex systemCHAPTER THREE3.0    DESCRIPTION AND ANALYSIS OF EXISTING SYSTEM 3.1    Fact-finding and method used3.2    Method used3.3    Observation method3.4    Internet/Library research3.5    Information flow diagram 3.6    Problems of the existing system 3.7    Justification of the new systemCHAPTER FOUR4.0    DESIGN OF THE SYSTEM  4.1    The overview of the new system4.2    The input specification design 4.3    The system flow chart4.4    System requirements CHAPTER FIVE5.0    IMPLEMENTATION 5.1    Program design 5.2    Program flow chart5.3 DOCUMENTATION 5.4 User’s guide5.5 To run from the hard disk5.6    The modules and the procedure of the module 5.7 Information processing 5.8 Preview of ID-Card5.9 Print of ID-Card5.10 User specification System control 5.12 RECOMMENDATION AND CONCLUSION       Recommendation     Conclusion    REFERENCES TABLE OF FIGURESFigure 1:    The organization structure Figure 2:    The information flow chart Figure 3:    The overview of the new systemFigure 4:    The input specification form Figure 5:    The output specification formFigure 6:    The procedure chartFigure 7:    The system flow chartFigure 8:    The program flow chart ORGANIZATION OF WORK    This work is organized in such a way that the reader can easily understand it. -    The chapter one of it is based on the introduction, the statement of the problem, the purpose of the study, the aim and objectives of the study.-    Chapter two is concerned with the literature review. -    Chapter three discuss about the description and analysis of the existing system.-    Chapter four talks about the design of the new system.-    Chapter five is about the implementation of the new system that has been designed.-    Chapter six is documentation while chapter seven which is the last chapter discuss about the conclusion, recommendation and references. CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1    STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM In examination of the main processing techniques used in ID-card processing system from the stage of data processing system to end stage of the processed ID-Card, a number of problem area are made known, which are as follows:It has been noted that for students to relieve or collect their ID-Card in institute of management and technology FCAI, they queen up for several hours from one unit of the processing center to the another with the manual processed involved in handling the students ID-card process, most of them waste the whole day in the processing center without getting their ID-cards. So student do waste a lot of time in taking information and retrieving the students records. 1.2    AIM OF THE STUDY    In looking at the already mentioned problems that is naturally parts of the conventional system, the aim of the study is to provide the description ID-card processing system for student’s information with users who have had a little communication with computer science.    The purpose of this study is not to replace record employees, but to assist them to increase on the processing work. This will go further completely to remove invalid processing of ID-card, which can be implicating to the students, consequently, this will help the user to overcome stress and constancy of being overworked. This study is also aimed at educating the users and records employees in IMT Enugu and other private and government owned schools on how best a computerize ID-card processing system could help for optimum services to the public.1.3    PURPOSE AND OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY    This project will be tested based on the following aims and objectives:(a)    To examine the recent procedures employed in IMT Enugu with regards to ID-card processing.(b)    To design a system with the capability of providing a wait-and-take processed ID-card.(c)    To design an ID-card processing system that ensures timely processing. (d)    To improve on the already existing system by designing a successful, secured privacy and reliable ID-card processing system that will help in providing complementary help to ID-card processing personnel through the availability of computerized information. 1.4    SCOPE OF THE STUDYAs a result of the difficulties of development of an ID-card processing system for ID badge system, smart print, start, smarter system etc. this research has been limited to student’s ID-card processing. ⦁    The processing covers all the school and department in IMT Enugu.⦁    The study also involves method of inputting data, outputting student’s information on the ID-card processing system ⦁    Brief overview on processed ID-card.1.5    LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY    Due to time court arts and the cost of going to different libraries, browsing centers and also going to the IMT Enugu ID-card processing department for fact-finding and more also the non-availability of enough ID-card processing materials restricted the scale this study would have gone to.1.6    SUGGESTIONS    My suggestion is that this project will design and stimulate base on the following suggestions.1.    That the new system will have the ability to provide wait and take processed.  2.    That the project will design a new system that will improve on the already existing system in terms of efficiency, security and reliability.3.    That the project will ensure timely processing.





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