Therelevant of registration concerning her registration are full name, sex, dateof birth, marital status, state of origin, nationality, permanent address andthe sponsors.
1.4 STATEMENTOF THE PROBLEMThe main problemfor the old registration system since we live in the digital world orinformation age where the internet is usually necessary and; we are using oldmaterials like paper which has to be signed by one lecturer with the number ofstudents in a university can be stressful for one lecturer and with therestrict deadline makes it almost impossible to make in time and it will belost to everyone especially the students. Also using paper for registration can betampered with or misplaced which will force the student to start all over andthat become very frustrating.1.
5 MOTIVATION My motivation for this project is thatstudents have to meet several lecturers and wait their turn to sign their formsand lecturers also have to meet many students.1.6 AIMS AND OBJECTIVESThe specific aims of the project are:i) Reviewthe existing systems with hope of discovering problems associated with themii) Tocreate a database per the registration procedure of the institution1.
7 PURPOSE This section gives a brief outlineof the extent of which the project covers. The project starts with theintroduction of the study, aims and benefit of the project. It also covers the literaturereview, brief explanation on the existing system, data collection methods asthe computers requirement will be used in the new design. It also pays attention on the methodused in collecting data analysis of the proposed system and design. It alsotakes care of the implementation and the control system.
Finally, it makes conclusion,recommendation as well as appendix, more importantly, due to time constraintand other factors the project cannot be generalized. It is only restricted tofaculty of information and communication technology. 1.8 THE SIGNIFICANCES Having achieved the aims of theproject, the following benefits are derived:1. It prevent loss of data i.e. dataduring completion of forms in the manual registration process2. It provides facilities for decisionmaking process 3.
It avoids the duplication of efforts4. It reduces cost of labour cost oflabour force responsible for scoring and awarding of grades is greatly reduced5. It control redundancy (duplication ofdata)6.
It generally saves time7. It speeds up the registration procedure8. It reduces inefficiency and inaccuracy