DESIGN AND IMPLEMENT A COMPUTER BASED ACCOUNTING SYSTEM

DESIGN AND IMPLEMENT A COMPUTER BASED ACCOUNTING SYSTEM.

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ABSTRACT

          The application of computer in various disciplines has removed a lot of the problems encountered in the use of manual system in the various fields.
In recent years, First Bank, has been using the manual system recording customers credit account records which has brought about some set backs in achieving the goals of the new system.
In this project, I have analyzed the manual system and have identified some of its problems and limitations.  These problems seem to hinder the realization of the goals of the existing system.
With respect to this, I have designed a Computerized Accounting System to help in minimizing some of the problems inherent in the manual system.
The new system reduces errors, operational difficulties and so on, thereby increasing public services and competitive effectiveness and profitability.
ORGANIZATION OF WORK

This work is organized into seven chapters

CHAPTER ONE:         This highlights the aims and objectives of the study, its nature, its limitation and delimitation and the importance derived from doing the work.
CHAPTER TWO:        This deals with the available literature as it is related to the project in question.
CHAPTER THREE:    Describes and analyses the existing system, state the mode of operation and identifies the problems facing it and a solution to the inherent problems.
CHAPTER FOUR:       Design of the new system, taken into consideration the old system and also the new items or structure that is needed to enhance the new system.
CHAPTER FIVE:        Describes the programming phase and its objectives, what the new system must input so that it can undertake the implementation of the designated tasks.
CHAPTER SIX:           Describes the overall achievement of the payment and accounting system and other things that has to be implemented in enhancing the growth of the Bank.
CHAPTER SEVEN:    This deals with the recommendations for the running of newly implemented system and conclusion of the work.
CHAPTER ONE

1.0     INTRODUCTION
          In the twentieth century, the banking world has seen a continuing progress toward fully computerized operations.  At the start of the century there were few mechanical aids with all ledgers, passbook and account statements being written by hand.  By the 1970s the banks and graduated to mechanical accounting combined with an increased in business, this trend toward mechanization was a continuous process, the staffing and expansion difficulties were tackled more forcibly in the 1950s with assistance from electronic data processing techniques.  It was in this period that banks ordered their first computers.
The early installations were of a batch processing nature for data that had to be sent for processing at the computer center and reports produced.  Throughout the 1960s more of the clerical work was computerized and eventually by the end of 1960s all accounts were computerized.
In the middle of 1960s the utilization of branch terminal equipment linked directly to computer center was becoming a feasible proposition.  This culminated in the early 1970s with the introduction of a sophisticated computer-based accounting system in current Account Department.
This project aim is to produce an indigenous software package, which will be used to improve the efficiency of the current Account System for Standard Trust Bank, Enugu.  Although banks have developed packages however because of the following reasons they have failed to meet the need of the Banking Industry efficiently. Firstly, guidelines and polices for Standard Trust Bank are controlled by Central Banks, of which the revises annually there by resulting in unsteady policies as a result, there is no standard whatsoever set for the Banking Industry thus policies are flexible.
Standard Trust Bank, just as most other banks uses packages without modification hence the result is not what they desire.  The modification of these packages to suit the case study as expected will cost expenditure to be wasted.
Efficiency in the banks has always been the foundation underlining the effectiveness of banks operation.  Quick and accurate settlement of customer’s withdrawals, fast depositing system and procedures and the over acknowledge information process with which customers usually regard are also problems which computer-based accounting processes wishes to address by the introduction of software packages.
This package will enable Standard Trust Bank to obtain the efficiency in their account transaction hence draw more customers and more money.  It is menu driver and features top-down and structured programming techniques.
The computer – based accounting system mode of operation provides an instantaneous transaction and processing of data, which gives immediate availability of result for decision-making.  It will improved the efficiency of banks by:

  1. Customer’s henceforth spending much less time in collecting their money.
  2. There are scarcely any errors because computer handles almost all operations.  If there is any mistake, the computer can always easily pick it.
  3. Banks fraud diminishes drastically.
  4. There is customer’s satisfaction and Bank recorded substantial increase in their profits.

1.1     STATEMENT OF PROBLEM
          There are many methods that are being used in the current Accounting System.  Unfortunately, these methods are not always real in practice, to the day society.  Even when they are real, they are not as efficient as expected.  Some of the problem encountered by the STB are:
1.       Lack of computer for storage, there is tendency of the STB to loose customer’s file which will bring distrust to them;
2.       Due to lack of computer for accessing the file, there is tendency for them to be slow in retrieval of customer’s file, and updating of files.
3.       Customers spend much more time due to the delay of the bank.
4.       Once there is no computer for calculation, there is tendency for inaccurate calculation.  However, by the end provide a suitable solution to these pressing problems of current computer-based Accounting System.

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DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A WEB BASED VOTING REGISTRATION SYSTEM.

DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A WEB BASED VOTING REGISTRATION SYSTEM.
(A CASE STUDY OF INEC )

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ABSTRACT

Voting is a very important process in the Nigerian political system. It is one of the means and the most effective method of ensuring a legitimate government through popular participation. To enthrone sound democracy and stability in the political system of Enugu state, a system of refigure voting has to be put in place. The system would among other functions discourage double voting, forging or hoarding of electoral papers, massive transfer of ballot papers destruction of ballot boxes, inflation of election figures and unnecessary  delay in pronouncement of election results. This could be achieved by computerized voting process to remove the difficult administrative tasks of the conduct of election in Enugu state. It  is the basic forms we set to achieve in this study.
Therefore this project aims at alleviating the incidence of rigging and introduction of an organized procedure of voting which is the bane of socio-economic and political progress in Enugu state.

TABLE OF CONTENT

CHAPTER ONE
BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
1.1 Introductions
1.2     Statement of the problem

    1. Purpose of the study
    2. Objective of the study

1.5     scope of the project
1.6     limitations of the study
1.7     Definition of terms
CHAPTER TWO

  1. Literature Review

CHAPTER THREE
          OVERVIEW OF THE EXISTING SYSTEM
3.1     general description of the existing system  

    1. Method of the data collection used
    2. Objectives of the existing system

3.4     organizational structure
3.5     input analysis
3.6     process analysis
3.7     Output analysis
3.8     Information flow diagram
3.9     problem of the existing system

    1. justification for the new system

CHAPTER FOUR
DESIGN OF THE NEW SYSTEM

    1. Output specification and design
    2. Input specification and design
    3. File design
    4. Procedure chart
    5. System flowchart
    6. System requirements

CHAPTER FIVE
IMPLEMENTATION
5.1     program design

    1. Program flow chart
    2. Pseudo code
    3. Source listing
    4. Test run

CHAPTER SIX
DOCUMENTATION

    1. System Documentation
    2. Program Documentation
    3. User Documentation

CHAPTER SEVEN
RECOMMENDATION AND CONCLUSION

    1. REFERENCES.
    2. Recommendation

Bibliography

CHAPTER ONE

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

    1. INTRODUCTION

Voting is a means of selecting or choosing leaders. It does not apply only to local governments, states and federal government of Nigeria but also in different institutions and social organizations. Therefore, the conduct of elections in a democratic society is very important not only because through it a change of government is effected but also because voting is the main form of political participation for most people for democracy to be sound and smooth, it should be enhanced on election free from fraud.
Many centuries ago, most societies were societies were primitive and had not evolved a system of voting  to elect the leaders that will govern then and promote societal harmony and peace. This means that people have to devise a system whereby a leader or a set of leaders have elected from the ranks of the people. At that point the idea of voting and being voted for became important and necessary. But before an individual can cast his or her vote, there are certain conditions to be met, one of which is to be registered as a voter.
Since independence in 1960, the Nigeria political scene has witnessed incessant upheavals, wide scale dishonesty and societal bitterness, which in most instances, degenerated into lawlessness and destruction of lives and property. Theses unfortunate situations paved the way for and served as spring boards for the emergence and growth  of unskilled democrats and military leaders in the governance of the nation. Many Nigeria’s are disappointed that a post independent 46years-old Nigeria is still operating constitution which does not enjoy an overwhelming national acceptance, as evident in the persistent calls for the convocation of a sovereigns national conference on the one hand, and the growing demand for ethnic nationalities on the other.
For about four and half decades since independence, the nation had shifted position between parliamentary and presidential system of government, with several military in cursions into polities over the years. Even the present presidential democratic dispensation is still undergoing experimentation with varying degrees of trial and error approach. It is in the light of the foregoing, that this project on voter registration, is written to serve as a useful tool of enlightenment in the hands of voters, the electorate and the general public.
However, voter registration is a critical aspect of the electoral process. A credible voters register is a prelude to free and fair elections. It is also important for people to know is qualified to vote, where, when and how to vote. Also, a full knowledge of the registration procedure will encourage eligible voters to participate in the electoral process.

    1. STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

The inefficiency of voting process in Enugu has resulted in a lot of problems. These  problems have continued to obstruct the peace of democracy in Enugu because the choice of a capable candidate is not encourage by the current system. The problems could be emendated as follows.
– The high incidence of multiple voting massive transferred of ballot papers and forging of electoral papers using fictitious names. Indiscrete manipulation and inflation of election figures by electoral commission officers to suit the interest of their favoured candidates.
– Thuggery operation, fear of intimidation and victimization and smuggling of ballot papers into the ballot boxes.
– The fragile nature of some ballot boxes make them vulnerable to destruction
– Lost of votes due to either wrong voting or the case of any of accident occurring during transporting of the statement of result forms and other electoral materials to the collation centers.
– The delay in the generation and announcement of the results which  gives room for other manipulations.
Therefore, there should be change for data handling

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DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A COMPUTERIZED OUT-PATIENT INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR A CLINIC

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ABSTRACT
This research work shows us the potential benefits we may obtain from the computerization of the out-patient information system of the Hansa Clinic Enugu. The out-patient department otherwise called OPD is a place where the out-patient that is patients that receive treatment at the clinic without staying overnight, wait for the doctors to attend to them.
This manual operation of the outpatient information system is normally stressful. But when it is being computerized it will reduce the stress among those working in the out-patient department.
To reduce the stress we use computers which has a great capacity for processing information to work.
ORGANIZATION OF WORK
Chapter one presents the information of the work.
The chapter two is the literature review The chapter three and chapter four are the Depreciation and analysis of an existing system and design of the new system and design the new system respectively. While the chapter five and six are the implementation of the new system and documentation respectively. Recommendations and conclusion are presented in the last chapters, which is the chapter seven
CHAPTER ONE

  1. INTRODUCTION

A clinic is an institution with an organized medical and nursing staff, provide a range of medical service, like surgery, for people requiring intensive treatment or observation. It may also include facilities for childbirth as well as various out-patient departments. A clinic is not make up of various departments where various cases and handled. For example

  1. The surgery department where patients are operated on in the theaters.
  2. Obstetrics and gynecology unit where pregnant women are taken care of.
  3. Pediatric department where you treat children.

An outpatient is a patient who does not reside in the clinic where he/she is being treated. The registers of the outpatients are used for documentation of the outpatients. The documentation of the outpatients. The data for outpatient registers are registration number, name of patient, age, sex, registration address etc.
The outpatient unit is made up of casually section, records, outpatient, theaters, various clinics etc.
The treatment of the outpatients ends in the outpatient department which that of the inpatients ends in their various wards.

1.1     STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
It could be very burdensome for someone who is seriously ill. It wounded or weak to queue on clinic line waiting for the doctor to attend to him or to pay for service and also get drugs.
But when the designing and implementation of a computerize outpatient information system is achieved, a lot of problems will be documented for the outpatient. These problems includes:

  1. Time wastage
  2. Absence of doctors involved
  3. File sorting
    1. PURPOSE OF THE STUDY

Hospital organization today is a essential part of the medical care scheme, owing to the increasing complexity of medical problem. It is very necessary that medical practitioners and specialists have an up to data and automated services.
This study will examine the problem arising from manual operations of the outpatient information system and how these can be conquered by introducing the computer. This research work also aims at designing a statement that can replace the manual operations of the outpatient information system

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69. THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A HOT PRINTING MACHINE
70. THE DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF A CANDLE MOULDING MACHINE
71. THE DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF A IRON SHELLING MACHINE

72. THE DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF AN ELECTRIC POPCORN FRYING MACHINE
73. THE DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF MECHANICAL LAWN MOWER
74. THE DETAIL FABRICATION OF A CANDLE MOULDING MACHINE
75. THE FABRICATION OF A PRESSURIZED KEROSENE OVEN
76. THE FABRICATION OF A SINGLE FACE PRESSURIZED KEROSENE COOKER.
77 FABRICATION OF A POLYTHENE BAG SEALING AND CUTTING MACHINE
78 FABRICATION OF METAL SHELF
79 RURAL MANAGEMENT AS A STRATEGY FOR REDUCING RURAL – URBAN MIGRATION IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF ISHIELY LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF EBONYI STATE)
80 CONSTRUCTION OF A MOBILE REFRIGERATOR FRIDGE
91 DESIGN A ND FABRICATION OF A DUST EXTRACTOR
92 CONSTRUCTION OF AN ELECTRICAL STOVE WITH THREE-OVEN APARTMENT
93 DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF A PILOT PRODUCTION PLANT FOR PAINTS (EMULSION AND TEXCOAT)
94 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A SPIN DRYER
95 CONSTRUCTION OF A WOODEN BOOK SHELF
96 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A WOOD LATHE MACHINE
97 REPAIR OF A DAMAGED REFRIGERATOR
98 CONSTRUCTION OF AN OPEN STEAM DISTILLATION COLUMN
99 THE DETAIL FABRICATION OF A CANDLE MOULDING MACHINE
100 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF BAKING OVEN
101 REPAIR AND REHABILITATION OF FAULTY AIR CONDITIONER
102 REPAIR OF A DAMAGED AIR CONDITIONER IN ENGR. AYOGU AND OKPE’S OFFICE
103 CONSTRUCTION OF PROPELLER AGITATOR
104 CONSTRUCTION OF TWO FACE GAS BURNER
105 REPAIR OF DEEP FREEZER IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
106 AN EVALUATION OF PROPERTY RATING PRACTICE IN NIGERIA
(A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA)
107 MANAGEMENT OF COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY AT AWKA METROPOLIS)
108 FABRICATION OF AFFORDABLE CAMP BED
109 THE PROBLEM OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN ENUGU METROPOLIS
A CASE STUDY IN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY (I.M.T) CAMPUS III ENUGU
110 REPAIR AND REHABILITATION OF A FAULTY AIR CONDITIONER
111 REFURBISHING OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING STUDIO
112 DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF MODERN LOCKABLE BOOKSHELF.
113 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A MODERN NAIL GASKET MACHINE
114 THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A HOT PRINTING MACHINE
115 THE DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF MECHANICAL LAWN MOWER
116 A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF RENTAL VARIATION IN RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF OGUI NEW LAYOUT ENUGU)
117 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A 60 WATTS POWER AMPLIFIER
118 PRODUCTION AND ACCEPTABILITY STUDIES OF MALTED SORGHUM (SORGHUM BICOLOR) BISCUIT
119 CONSTRUCTION OF A STANDARD BANKING OVEN (MINI-OVEN) WITH DUAL POWER SOURCE (ELECTRIC/GAS)
120 RECTIFICATION AND REPAIR OF A FAULTY AIR CONDITIONER IN THE MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT AT THE INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY (I.M.T) ENUGU.
121 DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF WOOD LATHE MACHINE
122 POLLUTANTS IN ENUGU URBAN AN EMISSION INVENTORY OF POLLUTANTS IN ENUGU URBAN
123. THE RATE OF BLEACHING OF PALM OIL WHITE COAL.
124 PRODUCTION OF CASSAVA FLOUR USING TRADITIONAL PROCESSING METHOD AND MODERN PROCESSING METHOD.
125 CHARACTERIZATION OF SOME BRANDED MOTOR OIL
126 DEVELOPING THE PROCESS OF PLASTIC INDUSTRY IN NIGERIA
127 PRODUCTION OF HIGH QUALITY BODY PERFUME
128 PROCESS DEVELOPMENT IN THE PRODUCTION OF VEGETABLE OIL FROM LOCAL RAW MATERIAL
129 COMPARISON RESEARCH ON SOAP AND DETERGENT POWDER
130 PRODUCTION OF VEGETABLE OIL USING ENUGU COAL
131 NEW FORMULAE FOR ESTIMATING FIXED INVESTMENT CAPITAL COSTS
132 PRODUCTION OF HOUSE HOLD INSECT- KILLER
133 RESEARCH PROJECT ON BLEACHING OF PALM OIL WITH NIGERIA CLAY
134 MODIFICATION OF MODEL SEDIMENTATION TANK
135 CONSTRUCTION OF METAL MOULD FOR SOAP PRODUCTION
136 CONSTRUCTION OF A SIMPLE METALLIC MOULD

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