A PROJECT REPORT ON CINEMA SEAT ALLOCATION SYSTEM IN PHP (No of pages: 82)

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CONTENT OF TABLE

CHAPTER                          

Chapter-1         

INTRODUCTION OF PROJECT

Chapter-2

OBJECTIVES OF PROJECT

Chapter-3

PROBLEM STATEMENT

Chapter-4

LITERATURE REVIEW

Chapter-5

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

 Chapter-6

HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE

 Chapter-7

SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN

Chapter-8

SDLC & METHODOLOGY

Chapter-9

FEASIBILITY STUDY

Chapter-10

DATA FLOW DIAGRAM AND DATABASE DESIGN

Chapter-11

PAGE LAYOUT AND CODING

Chapter-12      

TESTING AND IMPLEMENTATION

Chapter-13

CONCLUSION

Chapter-14

SCOPE OF THE PROJECT

Chapter-15

REFERENCE

INTRODUCTION:

The main purpose of project is web based cinema ticket booking system is to provide another way for the customer to buy cinema ticket. It is an automatic system. After inserting the data to database, staff needs not to do with the order receive through the system. In fact, there is similar system on the internet, but there is no refund method found in the existing system. This is a online web site on which user as well as theatre owner register themselves and use this site to update movies in theatre and search for particular location of theatre as well as book tickets for particular movie.

OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY

The objective of this study is to

  • To design and implement a web based cinema management system.
  • To test the system online using test data
  • To increase the profit
  • To obtain statistic information from the booking record.
  • To provide an anytime, anywhere service for the customers to book their movie ticket.

STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM:

There is a problem of having online access to the booking system of most cinema viewing centers. Tickets may have to be purchased on site and seat booking is not feasible over the internet.

Literature review:

The cinema provides infrastructure and facilities for a performance to take place, while allowing an audience to enjoy this for a fee. A booking system is used to ensure patrons can purchase tickets for a given performance well in advance, and avoid being turned away at the last minute. Theatre management also prefer tickets to be sold as early as possible, both for financial reasons (Hillenbrand 2001), and to avoid a long queue at the entrance just before the performance is due to start. The theatre box office is the section where bookings are made, being the first point of contact between the theatre and the public (Schneider & Ford 1993; Grippo 2002; Hillenbrand 2001). Pre-electronic era box offices consisted of a theatre ticket sales point where a patron could purchase one or more tickets and have some preference of seat location. The box office treasurer would have a paper plan of the theatre for each performance, with a corresponding ticket book. The patron would have access to a diagram of the theatre to indicate preferred seats, but usually not be allowed to actually see the treasurer’s plan, as part of the treasurer’s job is to distribute the audience around the theatre for both increased comfort (not all patrons in the same corner while many other seats are vacant), and to give the impression of a well-attended performance (even if the theatre was not full) for 5 publicity reasons (Reid 1983; Langley 1980). In the process, the treasurer would attempt to sell the premium (and most expensive) seats first (Langley 1980). Booking a seat and buying a ticket in this manner would be a face to face negotiation between the patron and treasurer. The treasurer was also expected to be knowledgeable about the performance in question, so that patron questions could be dealt with in a positive manner (Sweeting 1969). The patron would finally pay for the agreed seats, and receive tickets printed with the respective seat numbers. The treasurer would have to carefully mark off the seats on the theatre seating plan for every ticket sold, to avoid the possibility of the same seat being sold twice by mistake.

METHODOLOGY TO BE USED:

RESEARCH DESIGN:

Research design simply means a search of answers to questions and solutions to problems. It is a prospective investigation. Research is a systematic and logical study of an issue or problem through scientific method. There are various research designs, but descriptive and analytical research design is most suitable for this study.

DATA COLLECTION DESIGN

Data would be collected with the help of using questionnaires. A questionnaire, which is also known familiarly as an interview schedule with a format containing a list of questions sequentially order to obtain information relevant to the objectives of the study.

There are two ways for data collection:

PRIMARY SOURCE:

The researcher will be collected the data directly from sample respondents through direct interview method or discussion with the developer team and with the help of structured questionnaire.

SECONDARY SOURCE:

The secondary data for the study will be collected from various journals, survey reports, books and magazines, internet and previous website.

SAMPLING TECHNIQUE:

The employees of the concerned company will be taken as a sample and will carry out the study.

DESIGN TECHNIQUES

  • Input Design
  • Output Design
  • Screen Design
  • File Design
  • Database Design
  • ER diagram
  • Gantt chart
  • Data Flow Diagram (DFD)

THIS PROJECT CONTAINS MODULES TO BE USED: 

  1. Administrator module
  2. User module
  3. Ticket booking module
  • ADMINISTRATOR MODULE:

The Administrator is maintain the user Details ,Movie details, Theatre details, and Check the No of seats available.

  1. USER MODULE

    The user can first Registration in enter the Personal details, and User login and If you want to update personal Details and you and update. The user collect all information like Movies details, Theatre Details.

  1. BOOKING MODULE:

The Users will search for the movie and then go for theatre then booking the tickets online

H/W AND S/W SPECIFICATION TO BE USED:

SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION:

OPERATING PLATFORM    :        WINDOWS 2000/NT/XP

RDBMS                                   :        mysqli

FRONT END TOOL               :        PHP

HARDWARE CONFIGURATION:

RAM                              :        128MB

HARD DISK                           :        MINIMUM 20 GB

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