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Online Student Admission & Information System

Chapter 1


1.1: Introduction

We are going to develop an admission and resulting test system for computer science department or BBA department of Mohammadpur Central University College where every parts of this system will be online (internet based) and computerized. As the world moves towards every thing computerized so this is useful system today. Because of the proposed system people can get service sitting at remote are as from where direct communication to MCUC University.

1.2: Overview and Objectives

The main objective of our project is to build an online Student admission & information system which provides MCUC University. This online system any candidate can take part in the admission test at any time, and he/she can resister him/her self any time and from any where. This is very much advantages for both of college authority and the candidate him/her self. This software BBA or CSE department of MCUC Student can see result any semester, notice, class routine, examination schedule, student subject info, student account info and know about your university.

And also we consider all kind of major security, validation, and usefulness of the system. And some which are not yet included is remaining in our consideration to include at future.

1.3 Functional Requirements

We functionally divided this system into four parts:

1. General information and advertisement section

2. Online Registration/ result section

3. Online Administrator Section

4. Viewers comments section

1. General information and advertisements section:

This section is the simple static page and will contain all information about the Computer Science and BBA department, and the admission procedure, application eligibility, student account info, Subject, class routine, exam schedule, others important notice, and some advisement of this department, others special offer etc. And this section will design and develop using HTML.

2. Online registration/result Section:

This section is one of the dynamic sections of the system. This section will handle the task of registration and contain the candidate’s information into the database. This section is one the critical section of the overall system. This section is mainly based on PHP, and My Sql. Result is the most critical and dynamic section of the system. This section will publishing the result instantly by the internet. And this section is contain the responsibility for higher security

3. Online Administrator Section:

This is the most critical and dynamic section of the system. This section will publishing administrator the result , class routine, notice, student subject, student account info, exam schedule add to the database mysql instantly by the internet. And this section is containing the responsibility for higher security. It’s used the password. For this purpose this section contains the database and intelligent procedure for question to be dynamic.

4. Viewers Comments Section:

This section is one of the dynamic sections of the system. This section will handle the task of transferring the comments and application of candidates to the Email address of the authority. It is the contact page for all candidates. This section is one of the critical sections of the overall system and is designed using PHP and HTML & Dream weaver Software.

1. 4: Problem Description

At first we have to understand the problem that is the system. We should have clear cut knowledge and conception about the whole system. The is what are the purposes of the system, what the system do, how the system woks, how the system will be developed, how it will be used and who are the users of this system.

Consider the Existing system which is manual and centralized based admission and resulting system. This system running as.

1. First publishing the notice about admission on newspaper.

2. Then the admission form is distributed to the candidate.

3. So the candidate/or representative of the candidate must present

physically to collect the admission form.

4. And the Candidate must take part in admission test at a particular time

5. After taking the admission test the department authority examined the

exam paper and at a particular time they publish the result.

6. The result out the national university any semester exam then collect and add the


7. So the candidate see the result.

8. This system also add any notice, student information, student account info, class

routine, exam schedule .student subject of MCUC BBA & CSE department.

9. So the candidate any problem then see any information this software.

10. This information is collect college administrator section

1.5 Motivation

MCUC Student information is very important in every student life. student admission & other information in a critical moment can save the time and cost. And sometimes without necessary information people have to face a lot of admission troubles. So student requirements this site has been built. In a critical moment from which student will get the much required information. At the same time, they will be able to contact with administrator MCUC university in an urgent need. While searching for Student all information cse & bba department. . So realizing of the importance of student information and at the same time lacking Admission from and submit this is the main motivation behind this project.


The primary challenges are to build such a site that can provide interactive ness and satisfaction of user requirements. When it was started to implement this project, one thing was always kept in mind that the site will contain all the desired information in an well organized way. Because if a user have to go for an entire site out desired information then she/he will certainly feel discomfort, and the aim of this site will be hampered. So various information are arranged in a way that user can easily find out his/her desired information. A number of national and international websites have been visited to know their main objectives and features they have given emphasis. At the same time, a survey has been initiated among a number of people to find out what are the features they want most. The result of these answers is the basic requirement of the project. But as the number of requirements is huge, the mostly needed information have been selected. Another problem was that how the Admission section will be developed. Because it is to be built in such a way that an user can easily locate his/her preferred administrator and then can select his/her favored time visit it.

Chapter 2

Background Study

2.1: Visiting Websites

Before building this site a number of related websites has been verified to know about their services and several flows in those sites were found. The main problem with those sites is that they are not fully capable of all department admission & information MCUC university. They have lack of user friendly interfaces. They presented different visions on building this type websites. They have given emphasis mostly on providing information no to provide interaction with a administrator. They provide information about add & delete subject name, class routine, exam schedule, notice, result, student account information etc. But they do not provide a way to interact with a administration. Their sites is very useful of their MCUC university. They provide a way to know about admission for student and all information CSE & BBA department. But this is very much essential feature because we take various information in student life. A user/ visitors may be interested about knowing the admission he/ she visiting this web site. In this case he/ she may visit MCUC university online student admission and information site to know any other information about in their sites.

A student/ user may also want to get on online admission from a site by submitting user’s problem. but existing sites are not ready to provide these services. Some sites provide limited consultancy features where a user can submit a problem but he / she cannot choose this university admission CSE & BBA department. and those site do not have every department facilities. So user gets only a limited help if they want to interact with a administrator and there hence in no online solution.

2.2: Feedback from Admin panel

Admin panel is a super user. So she/he can view everything in this. Every information used to add, delete, feedback user question every part manage this sectoion. This is the most critical and dynamic section of the system. This section will publishing administrator the result , class routine, notice, student subject, student account info, exam schedule add to the database mysql instantly by the internet. And this section is containing the responsibility for higher security. It’s used the password. For this purpose this section contains the database and intelligent procedure for question to be dynamic.

Before starting to build this site, information renowned admin section from university has been collected. But, this website is also first feedback for the send e- mail for any information know the visitors.

2.3: Feedback from Visitors/User

Online student admission and information system is the major needs for the visitor of development country like Bangladesh. specially this site is developed to help visitor any information and admission in this university. Visitors told that is really a helpful approaches to solve various critical moment.. But they insist to ensure the following services:

· This section will handle the task of transferring the comments and application of candidates to the Email address of the authority.

· In this online admission system, any student who wants to get admitted in the computer science & BBA department has to fulfill some requirements which are stated in the web site.

· admin panel must be helpful and cooperative

· Information must be updated.

Visitor hope that if these services can be included then actual goal of developing this site can be achieved.

2.4: Summary

Analyzing the feedbacks from the University, general visitors and students this site has been built. It is accepted that the site will fulfill everyone’s requirements.

Chapter 3

Software Design

3.1: Software Process

Coherent sets of activities for specifying, designing, implementing and testing software systems. The software process is a structured set of activities required to develop a software system. Such as

  1. Specification
  2. Design and Implementation
  3. Validation
  4. Evolution

3.2: Software Process Models

A software process model is an abstract representation of a process. It presents a description of a process from some particular perspective.

3.3: Popular Software Process Models

There are different types of software process model . Now consider only four of the popular software models which are mostly used. These are:

A) The Waterfall Model

B) Prototyping

C) Evolutionary Model-

F) Spiral Model and so on.

3.3.1: Waterfall Model

The first formal description of the waterfall model is often cited to be an article published in 1970 by Winston W. Royce, although Royce did not use the term “waterfall” in the article. Ironically, Royce was presenting this model as an example of a flawed, non-working model. This is in fact the way the term has generally been used in writing about software development – as a way to criticize a commonly used software practice .

Waterfall Model is the first published model which is used in the development of software process. The traditional Waterfall life cycle has been the mainstay for software developers for many years. This is illustrated in Fig. 3.1 because of the cascade from one phase to another; this model is known as the ‘Waterfall Model’ or software life cycle. The traditional life cycle for system development is the Waterfall Model.


The Waterfall Model is based on the top-down flow of requirements and design development. In the Waterfall Model, emphasis is placed on determining a fixed set of requirements from which the design follows.

In Water Model,

– Feedback loops across multiple stages: Validation and verification steps.

– Prototyping via a “build it twice” step alongside of requirements and design.

Phases of Waterfall Model are

a) Requirements analysis and definition

b) System and software design

c) Implementation and unit testing

d) Integration and system testing

e) Operation and maintenance

The drawback of the waterfall model is the difficulty of accommodating change after the process is underway

Fig. 3.1 Waterfall Model

3.3.2: Phases in Prototyping Model

The model prototype is a static system that replicates the kind of system a state may want to develop, adopt, or purchase. It demonstrates the best practices of a user-centered design process and the key features that are valued by the user community and its stakeholders. These best practices were identified through previous analyses. The prototype also provides online access to the information in the guidelines document to help direct administrators, project managers, developers, and designers. The prototype is to be used as a training tool and design model for developers and designers who are working toward completion of similar systems .

· Gather requirements.

· Developer & customer define overall objectives; identify areas needing more investigation – risky requirements.

· Quick design focusing on what will be visible to user – input & output formats.

· Use existing program fragments, program generators to throw together working version.

· Prototype evaluated and requirements refined.

· Process iterated until customer & developer satisfied.

· Then throw away prototype and rebuild system to high quality.

· Alternatively can have evolutionary prototyping – start with well understood requirements.

Fig : 3.2 Prototyping Model

3.3.3: Evolutionary Development

The EVO development model divides the development cycle into smaller, incremental waterfall models in which users are able to get access to the product at the end of each cycle. The users provide feedback on the product for the planning stage of the next cycle and the development team responds, often by changing the product, plans, or process. These incremental cycles are typically two to four weeks in duration and continue until the product is shipped .

In Evolutionary Development Fig. 3.3 specification, development and validation are interleaved.

Evolutionary model also divide in two parts. They are:

i) Exploratory development

ii) Throw-away prototyping.

i) Exploratory development: Objective is to work with customers and to evolve a final system from an initial outline specification. It should start with well understood requirements and add new features as proposed by the customers.

ii) Throw-away prototyping: Objective is to understand the system requirements. Should start with poorly understood requirements to clarify what is really needed.

Another type is available in evolutionary development which is called Underlying Idea. It gives an initial implementation to the users and then refining it through many versions based on user feedback.

Evolutionary development is based on the idea of developing an initial implementation, exposing this to user comment and refining this through many versions until an adequate system has been developed. The development starts with the parts of the system which are understood. The system evolves by adding new features as they are proposed by the customer. It meets the immediate needs of customers.

Fig. 3.3 Evolutionary Development

3.4: Spiral Model

The Spiral Model shown in Fig. 3.4 was defined by Barry Boehm in his article [Boehm88] A Spiral Model of Software Development and Enhancement from 1986. This model was not the first model to discuss iteration, but it was the first model to explain

why the iteration matters. As originally envisioned, the iterations were typically 6 months to 2 years long. The spiral model (Boehm, 1988) aims at risk reduction by any means in any phase. The spiral model is often referred to as a risk-driven model.

n The Spiral Development (or Lifecycle) Model is a systems development method used in information technology. A different approach born out of the evolution of the Waterfall Model. Encompasses the previous models as special cases, and can make use of a combination of models. Risk analysis asks, “What are the areas of uncertainty, and what is the probability that they will slow the progress of development?”

n It combines the features of the prototyping model and the waterfall model.

n It is favored for large, expensive, and complicated models.

The Spiral Model shown in Fig. 3.4 is also known as “Boehm’s Model”. Process model originally developed by Boehm [Boehm88] to address known problems with earlier process models of the software life cycle, in particular the Waterfall Model. In the spiral model, the radial coordinate represents cost and the angular coordinate represents progress in completion of a cycle of the model. Each cycle involves traversing through four quadrants. The first quadrant is to determine objectives, alternatives, and constraints for the cycle. The second quadrant is a risk analysis and evaluation of alternatives for the cycle. The third quadrant is to develop and verify the next level product. The fourth quadrant involves planning for the next phases. The Spiral Model is intended to encompass other life cycle models such as the Waterfall Model, the Incremental Development Model, and the Throwaway Prototyping Model. During Risk Analysis, the key characteristics of the project are determined, referred to as process drivers. The process drivers are used to determine which process model is most appropriate for the project. In this way, the Spiral Model can be considered a process model generator.

Fig. 3.4 Spiral model

There are four phases in the “Spiral Model” which are: Planning, Evaluation, Risk Analysis and Engineering. These four phases are iteratively followed one after other in order to eliminate all the problems, which were faced in “The Waterfall Model”. Iterating the phases helps in understating the problems associated with a phase and dealing with those problems when the same phase is repeated next time, planning and developing strategies to be followed while iterating through the phases. And the spiral model consists of four quadrants also:

a) Defining Objectives, Alternatives, and Constraints

b) Analyzing Risks

c) Developing Product

d) Spiral Planning

Each cycle of the spiral model iterates through these four quadrants. The number of cycles is project specific, so the description of the activities in each quadrant are intended to be general enough that they can be included in any cycle. The goal of the spiral model is to be risk driven, so that the risks in a given cycle are determined during the Analyzing Risks section. In order to manage these risks, certain additional project-specific activities may be planned to address the risks, such as Requirements Prototyping, if the risk analysis indicates that the software requirements are not clearly understood. These project specific risks are termed process drivers. For any process driver, one or more project specific activities need to be performed to manage the risk.

3.5: Reason for not Choosing Waterfall Model

First of all, the waterfall model has been considered for the project. It is already known that when the requirements of a problem are reasonably well understood and project duration is very short then waterfall model is suitable. But it was not possible to fully specify what the website should or would contain at the start of the development process, because its structure and functionality evolved over time. The first phase of waterfall model is \Requirements analysis and definition”. So the project could not meet the first criteria of waterfall model. Besides, the project duration was not too short. Finally, it was decided that waterfall model could not be the perfect model to follow for the project.

3.6: Reason for not Choosing Prototyping Model

After the failure of waterfall model, prototyping model was considered for the project. In prototyping model, prototype is evaluated and requirements are reined and this process iterated until customer and developer satisfied. But the web development had to use cutting-edge, diverse technologies and standards, and integrates numerous varied components, including varied components, including traditional and non-traditional software, interpreted scripting languages, HTML, databases, images, and other web components and complex user interfaces. Moreover the project is content-driven (database-driven). Web based systems development includes creation and management of the content, as well as appropriate provisions for subsequent content creation, maintenance, and management after the initial development and deployment on a continual basis (in some applications as frequently as every hour or more).So prototyping model could not be able to provide the appropriate environment and design step to meet all these requirements. Besides it was known to implement a single entity that is a collection of logically connected web pages. So navigation would be an important factor. But in prototyping model, it was not possible as this facility was absent in this model to implement.

3.7: Reasons for Choosing Spiral Model

The spiral model is a realistic approach to the development of large scale systems and software. Because software evolves as the progresses, the developer and customer better understand and react to risks at is evolutionary level. It maintains the systematic step wise approach suggested by the classic life cycle but incorporates it into an iterative framework that more realistically the real world. The spiral model demands a direct consideration of technical risks at all stages of the project, and if properly applied, should reduce risks before the become problematic. It also combines the features of the waterfall and prototyping model. Under this consideration it was found that spiral model full most of the requirements of our system, that’s why model spiral was chosen to develop the system.

3.8: Schema Diagram

A database schema, along with primary key and foreign key dependencies, can be depicted pictorially by schema diagrams. In schema diagrams, each relation appears as a box with the attributes listed inside it and the relation name above it. If there are primary key attribute, a horizontal line crosses with a primary key attributes listed above the line in gray. Foreign key dependencies appears as arrows from the foreign key attribute of the referencing relation to the primary key of the reference relation.

3.5: Schema diagram between visitor-admin panel-department


3.9: Use Case Diagram

A use case dense a goal-oriented set of interactions between external actors and the system under consideration. Actors are parties outside the system that interact with the system. An actor may be a class of users, roles users can play, or other systems. A primary actor is one having a goal requiring the assistance of the system. A secondary actor is one from which the system needs assistance.

student account info

add info

Delete info

Figure 3.6: Use Case Diagram


3.10: Flow Chart

A flowchart is a common type of diagram, which represents an algorithm or process, showing the steps as boxes of various kinds, and their order by connecting these with arrows. This diagrammatic representation can give a step-by-step solution to a given problem. Data is represented in these boxes, and arrows connecting them represent direction of flow of data. Flowcharts are used in analyzing, designing, documenting or managing a process or program in various fields.

Figure 3.8 shows the figure of Flow Chart:

Figure 3.7: Flow Chart

Online Student Admission & Information System

Part –2

Chapter –4 Design Tools

Chapter – 5 Requirement Analysis and feasibility study

Chapter – 6 Overview of the database table

Chapter – 7 Manual

Chapter 4

Design Tools

4.1: Introduction

Proposed system have been implemented with the aid of some software some tools and techniques. The technology plays an important and vital role to develop implement the system, also affects the project cost, timeline and maintenance of the project. This chapter emphasizes on both the task involve in designing of such system and make relation between different elements which are involved in the website implementation process

4.2: Design tools

To develop our project we have used several most recent developed design tools to speed up our web pages. For this investigation several tools like PHP, MySQL and Apache are used. Here PHP is used for logical operations, MySQL is used to create database and Apache is used to run this programmed. The table of the design tools is following:

Name of the tool
Purpose of the use
Web server
Adobe Photoshop
Table: 5.1 Design Tools

4.3: Programming Languages

Two scripting languages have been used to build this project. One for client side and another for server side. The server side scripting language is php and client side scripting languages is java script. PHP has chosen as a server side scripting languages for reasons. It is an open source, robust, platform-independent language. Unlike ASP, it can run on almost al operating system. The client side scripting language we have used is JavaScript. JavaScript is a super language for providing client side functionality like form validation, building dynamic menu, roll-over, time out etc. Below we have provided a short description of php and JavaScript languages and their superiority over other scripting languages.

4.3.1: HTML

HTML [17] is the “mother tongue” of your browser. To make a long story short, HTML was invented in 1990 by a scientist called Tim Berners-Lee. The purpose was to make it easier for scientists at different universities to gain access to each other’s research documents. The project became a bigger success than Tim Berners-Lee had ever imagined. By inventing HTML he laid the foundation for the web as we know it today.

HTML is a language, which makes it possible to present information (e.g. scientific research) on the Internet. What you see when you view a page on the Internet is your browser’s interpretation of HTML. To see the HTML code of a page on the Internet, simply click “View” in the top menu of your browser and choose “Source”.

4.3.2: PHP

PHP is a server-side scripting language for creating dynamic Web pages. Pages are created using PHP and HTML. When a visitor opens the page, the server processes the PHP commands and then sends the results to the visitor’s browser, Opening or popping up a new window with programmatic control over the size, position, and attributes of the new window (i.e. whether the menus, toolbars, etc. are visible).Validation of web form input values to make sure that they will be accepted before they are submitted to the server. Changing images as the mouse cursor moves over them: This elect is often used to draw the user’s attention to important links displayed as graphical elements.

Because JavaScript code can run locally in a user’s browser (rather than on are mote server) it can respond to user actions quickly, making an application feel more responsive. Furthermore, JavaScript code can detect user actions which HTML alone cannot, such as individual keystrokes.

4.3.3: Java Script

JavaScript is a scripting language used to enable programmatic access to objects within other applications. It is primarily used in the form of client-side JavaScript for the development of dynamic websites. JavaScript is a dialect of the ECMA Script standard and is characterized as a dynamic, weakly typed, prototype-based language with first-class functions. JavaScript was inurned by many languages and was designed to look like Java, but to be easier for non-programmers to work with.

The primary use of JavaScript is to write functions that are embedded in or included from HTML pages and interact with the Document Object Model (DOM) of the page. Some simple examples of this usage are:



Opening or popping up a new window with programmatic control over the size, position, and attributes of the new window (i.e. whether the menus, toolbars, etc. are visible).

· Validation of web form input values to make sure that they will be accepted

before they are submitted to the server.

  • Changing images as the mouse cursor moves over them: This effect is often used to draw the user’s attention to important links displayed as graphical elements.

Because JavaScript code can run locally in a user’s browser (rather than on are more servers) it can respond to user actions quickly, making an application feel more responsive. Furthermore, JavaScript code can detect user actions which HTML alone cannot, such as individual keystrokes.

4.3.4: Graphical Design Tools

Main Design of the proposed system relied on various html feature like div, table, color, text etc. As the site is a medical website, the main objective of the site is to use provide functionality not to provide showy design. To keep people eager about this site it is also important to provide a fascinating look. So CSS and ash buttons are used to enhance the beauty of the project. CSS feature like class has been used to make the page more attractive and at the same time to maintain less typing. Here a short description of design feature of HTML, CSS and ash are also provided. CSS Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a style sheet language used to describe the presentation (that is, the look and formatting) of a document written in a markup language. Its most common application is to style web pages written in HTML and XHTML, but the language can be applied to any kind of XML document, including SVG and XUL.


CSS is designed primarily to enable the separation of document content (written in HTML or a similar markup language) from document presentation, including elements such as the colors, fonts, and layout. This separation can improve content accessibility, provide more edibility and control in the specification of presentation characteristics, enable multiple pages to share formatting, and reduce complexity and repetition in the structural content (such as by allowing for table less web design). CSS can also allow the same markup page to be presented in different styles for deferent rendering methods, such as on-screen, in print, by voice (when read out by a speech-based browser or screen reader) and on Braille-based, tactile devices. While the author of a document typically links that document to a CSS style sheet, readers can use a different style sheet, perhaps one on their own computer, to override the one the author has specified.


Adobe Flash (formerly Macromedia Flash) is a multimedia platform that is popular for adding animation and interactivity to web pages. Originally acquired by Macromedia, Flash was introduced in 1996, and is currently developed and distributed by Adobe Systems. Flash is commonly used to create animation, advertisements, and various web page Flash components, to integrate video into web pages, to make games and more recently, to develop rich Internet applications. Flash can manipulate vector and raster graphics, and supports bi-directional streaming of audio and video. It contains an Object-oriented language called Action Script. Several software products, systems, and devices are able to create or display Flash content, including Adobe Flash Player, which is available free for most common web browsers, some mobile phones and for other electronic devices (using Flash Lite).

4.3.5: Text Editor

Text editor is very important for programming purpose. The better the text editor the more easily can we code it. At reforest we start coding in text pad, but after sometimes we find it not helpful for programming purpose. There is no text highlighting or tag suggestion for HTML, CSS, JavaScript and PHP. So we go for another editor which can accomplish our demand. We find several text editor like phped, notepad++ and tool like dream waver. All of them are very helpful for coding purpose. They highlight various functions and provide important suggestions during typing a code of PHP or HTML, so it is easy to find error in code. We have used mainly dream weaver as a text editor.

4.4: Relational Database System

For relational database system we have select MySQL for its popularity and easiness. It is a open source and platform independent, can be used from small to large scale database. It is easy to maintain, works nicely with apache http server. Here a brief description MySQL DBMS is given MySQL Database Management System MySQL is a relational database management system (RDBMS). It has more than 6 million installations all over the world. The program runs as a server providing multi-user access to a number of databases. MySQL is used in web applications and acts as the database component of the LAMP software stack. Its popularity for use with web applications is closely tied to the popularity of PHP, which is often combined with MySQL. Several high-tra_c web sites (including Flickr, Facebook,Wikipedia, Google (though not for searches), Nokia, Auction marts and YouTube) use MySQL for data storage and logging of user data.The following features are implemented by MySQL but not by some other RDBMS software: Multiple storage engines, allowing one to choose the one that is most effective for each table in the application (in MySQL 5.0, storage engines must be compiled in; in MySQL 5.1, storage engines can be dynamically loaded at run time):

1. Native storage engines (MyISAM, Falcon, Merge, Memory (heap), Federated,

Archive, CSV, Blackhole, Cluster, Berkeley DB, EXAMPLE, and Maria)

2. Partner-developed storage engines (InnoDB, solidDB, NitroEDB, Info bright

(formerly Brighthouse), Infobright (Open Source)

3. Community-developed storage engines (memcached, httpd, PBXT, Re-

vision Engine)

4. Custom storage engines Commit grouping, gathering multiple transactions from

multiple connections together to increase the number of commits per second.

4.5: Features of MYSQL

  • It is free (
  • It is platform independent: Windows, Linux, MacOS, OS/2.
  • It is faster then others: Oracle, ODBC, and Sybase.
  • High security system.
  • It can handle large size of database.

4.6: Normalization

The site’s database tables are designed so that it fulfill all the normal form like

1NF, 2NF, 3NF etc. This section describes how this implements various normal

form in database table.

First Normal Form (1NF)

· The first requirement of 1NF is to eliminate duplicative columns from the same table.

· Create separate tables for each group of related data and identify each row

with a unique column (the primary key).

Second Normal Form (2NF)

The first requirement of second normal form is to meet all the criteria of first normal form. The site’s database tables fulfill all the criteria of first form.

· Remove subsets of data that apply to multiple rows of a table and place them

in separate tables. This means then if there is redundant data in multiple row,

that might be spited in various table. If same data applied multiple row then

we have to create two table using foreign key.

· Create relationships between these new tables and their predecessors through

the use of foreign keys.

Third normal form (3NF)

Third normal form meet all the criteria of first and second normal form. The additional constraint about third normal form is that:

Remove columns that are not fully dependent upon the primary key. this means that we should not add any column which does not depend on primary key. That means no derived key should not be present as a column.

Though this site has maintained almost all the criteria of normalization there are some exceptions. The domain address of various table are not atomic. It can be divided into several sub-domains, which is a violation of 1NF. As the scale of the project is not too large to keep the table simpler and to use non-atomic domain address rather than city, street, road no etc. Because it keeps the table simpler and is better in both in terms of storage and in terms of query execution time. In many cases forcing first normal form representation provides a unnecessary burden on database.

4.7: Wamp server

The WampWeb server is the most popular Web server there is. It like Expy, PHP, and My Sql, is an open-source project. Not surprisingly, Wamp works best in Expy environments, but also runs just fine under windows.

Wamp makes use of third-party modules. Because it is open source, anyone with the skill can write code that extends the functionality Wamp. PHP will most often run as an Wamp extension, known as an Wamp module.

Wamp is a great web server. It is extremely quick and amazingly stable. The most frequently stated complaint about Wamp is that, like many pieces of software, there are limited graphical tools with which you can manipulate the application. You alter Wamp by specifying options on the command line or by altering text files. When you come to Wamp for the first time, all this can be a bit opaque.

Though Wamp works best on all operating systems, this server is not password for the connected database mysql. Nobody, not even that Wamp developers, recommends that Wamp be run on a busy for serving Web pages, you’re better off using IIS.

Chapter 5

Requirements Analysis and Feasibility Study

5.1: Software Requirements

For implementing the proposed system we required the following Programming language, system software, application software and editor:


1. PHP




Web Server:

Apache, Warm server


1. Internet explorer, or

2. Netsape Nevigartor, or

3. Mozila firefox


Macromedia Dreameaver 6.0

Operating System:

1. Win98/2000/XP/NT

2. Linux

5.2: Hardware Requirements

1. Personal Computer for designing and testing the system

2. Modem and Internet Connection.

5.3: Techniques

To develop the system we have used several techniques for the following purposes—

? Data Flow Diagrams (DFD) of the system from the contest level up to first level is for the purpose of process modeling.

? Data modeling, Entity Relationship Diagram (ERD ) for the physical data storage and relations between the entities of the system.

? Relational model is for the database.

? Data dictionary is for the database.

5.4: Tools

We have used several graphical tools for the designing purpose to develop the system. Microsoft Visio Professional 2007 for DFD and ERD , Smart Draw and Photoshop for Rich picture, Microsoft Access for system relational model. Macromedia for system design, Web Server to develop the system.

Platform: PHP & MySql.

5.5: Documentation Aids

This document is very user friendly. We have recorded all requirements accurately and this complete documentation for further development.

5.6: Duration of the Work

The duration of the work is shown in Table 1.1.

Table 1.1 Duration of the work

Task name Duration (Approximate, ± 2 days)
Requirements gathering 10 days
System analysis 10 days
Design 15 days
Coding 30 days
Integration 10 days
Testing 10 days
Maintenance 10 days
Chapter 6
Overview of the database table

6.1: Introduction

We are going to develop an online student admission and information system for computer science or BBA department of Mohammadpur Central University College. This software is a web based program. Its use the Server is warm and database connects mysql. This chapter describes the database table.

6.2: Create database name & table name

This software system connects the database firstly create a database. This system database name is student ­- admission. It has eight Tables. These are:

(1) Admission

(2) Admin

(3) Class

(4) Exam

(5) Notice

(6) St _ payment

(7) St­­_ result

(8) Subject _entry

Table Records Type Size
addmission 9 InnoDB 16.0 KiB
admin 4 InnoDB 16.0 KiB
class 3 InnoDB 16.0 KiB
exam 6 InnoDB 16.0 KiB
notice 6 InnoDB 16.0 KiB
st_payment 7 InnoDB 16.0 KiB
st_result 289 InnoDB 48.0 KiB
subject_entry 7 InnoDB 16.0 KiB
8 table(s) 331 160.0 KiB

Fig : Show the st_ addmission database all table


6.2.1: Create admission table

Field Type Null
id int(11) No
name varchar(30) No
fname varchar(30) No
mname varchar(30) No
dob varchar(20) No
religion varchar(15) No
nation varchar(30) No
bgroup varchar(5) No
sex varchar(6) No
present text No
parmanent text No
s_board varchar(20) No
s_year varchar(20) No
s_group varchar(20) No
s_result varchar(20) No
s_session varchar(20) No
h_board varchar(20) No
h_year varchar(20) No
h_group varchar(20) No
h_result varchar(20) No
h_session varchar(20) No
picture varchar(50) No

fig :Show the addmission table

6.2.2: Create admin table

Field Type Null
id int(11) No
user_id varchar(50) No

fig :Show the admin table

6.2.3: Create class schedule table

Field Type Null
id int(11) No
depname varchar(30) No
semister char(2) No
subject varchar(30) No
time varchar(10) No
tname varchar(30) No
room varchar(10) No

fig :Show the class table
6.2.4: Create examination schedule table

Field Type Null
id int(11) No
depname varchar(30) No
semister char(2) No
title varchar(20) No
duration varchar(10) No
subject varchar(30) No
room varchar(10) No

fig :Show the exam table
6.2.5: Create Notice table

Field Type Null
id int(11) No
date varchar(15) No
valid_date varchar(15) No
dept varchar(20) No
semister varchar(10) No
subject varchar(50) No
notice text No

fig :Show the notice table


6.2.6: Create Student money payment table

Field Type Null
id int(11) No
sid varchar(30) No
total varchar(30) No
s_total varchar(30) No
s_due varchar(30) No

fig :Show the St_payment table

6.2.7: Create Student result table

Field Type Null
st_id varchar(30) No
dep_id varchar(20) No
semister varchar(10) No
sub1 varchar(10) No
sub2 varchar(10) No
sub3 varchar(10) No
sub4 varchar(10) No

fig :Show the St_result table

6.2.8: Create Student subject entry table

Field Type Null
id int(11) No
dept varchar(30) No
semister char(2) No
sid varchar(30) No
sub1 varchar(30) No
sub2 varchar(30) No
sub3 varchar(30) No
sub4 varchar(30) No
sub5 varchar(30) No
sub6 varchar(30) No
sub7 varchar(30) No

fig:Show the Subject entry tableChapter 7


7.1: Introduction

Student admission & information system software is BBA or CSE department of MCUC Student can see result any semister, notice, class routine , examination schedule , student subject info, student account info and know about your university.

7.2: Short description about proposed system

To automating the existing manual system and to solve the above described problem we developed the `Online Admission and resulting System’.

We functionally divided this system into two section :

a. User Section:

1. About MCUC university section

2. Online result section

3. Online student admission

4. Class Routine section

5. Examination schedule section

6. Online notice section

7. Student subject information

8. Student a