A WEB PROJECT ON CITIZEN CARD SYSTEM (No of pages: 123)

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CONTENT OF TABLE         

Chapter-1 

INTRODUCTION OT PROJECT

Chapter-2

OBJECTIVE OF PROJECT

Chapter-3

PROBLEM STATEMENT

Chapter-4

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Chapter-5

SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS

Chapter-6

MODULES TO BE USED

 Chapter-7

TOOLS AND TECHNOLOGY

Chapter-8

SYSTEM FUNCTION

Chapter-9

FEASUBILITY STUDY

Chapter-10

SYSTEM DESIGN AND DATA FLOW DIAGRAM

Chapter-11

DATA DICTIONARY AND UML DIAGRAM

Chapter-12

OUTPUT SCREENS

Chapter-13

SYSTEM TESTING AND IMPLEMENTATION

Chapter-14

SYSTEM SECURITY

Chapter-15

CONCLUSION

Chapter-16

FUTURE IMPROVEMENT

Chapter-17

BIBLIOGRAPHY

INTRODUCTION:

The Project ‘Citizen Card System’ gives us the information about the citizen in any country. This is called Identification or ID is any proof which may be used to verify aspects of a person’s personal Identification. If issued in the form of a small, mostly standard-sized card, it is usually called an identity card (IC). In some countries the possession of a government-produced identity card is compulsory while in others it may be voluntary. In countries which do not have formal identity documents, informal ones may in some circumstances be required.

OBJECTIVES:

  • To analyze the enhancements required for the current manual system and to design an automated system.
  • To make it more user friendly
  • To enable the Administrator to perform operations basing on citizen id like voting.
  • To provide like add/update members, back up/recovery of data, generating various reports, etc.
  • To develop citizen can apply citizen card request through this system interface.
  • To provide a generate new citizen card along with citizen code by using Citizen Card web services.

PROBLEM STATEMENT :

  • Lack of immediate retrievals: –

The information is very difficult to retrieve and to find particular information like- E.g. – To find out about the citizen history, the user has to go through various registers. This results in inconvenience and wastage of time.

  • Lack of immediate information storage: –

The information generated by various transactions takes time and efforts to be stored at right place.

  • Lack of prompt updating: –

Various changes to information like user details or immunization details of difficult to make as paper work is involved.

  • Preparation of accurate and prompt reports: –

This becomes a difficult task as information is difficult to collect from various registers.

  • Eliminate re-registration :-

Keeping a centralized data and share it across the network of web portal.

LIMITATTIONS OF EXISTING SYSTEM:

Some disadvantage of the manual system  now a days manual system includes:

  • Data isolation.
  • Poor Security.
  • More chances of error.
  • Difficult to maintain.
  • Data are not shared to other mean data are distributed.

LITERATURE REVIEW:

  1. Radha Kumari has published her article on “Impact of e-Seva in Andhra Pradesh: A Study” The results of the study indicate that the implementation of e-governance through the mechanism of e-Seva has been received wholeheartedly by the citizens of AP state. Since the electronically delivered services have aided the convenience and comfort of all sections of the society irrespective of age, educational background and technical awareness, citizens are willing to pay the nominal extra charges for improved and cumbersome-free services. The working days and the daily working schedule of the service centers are providing an added convenience and benefit particularly to employed citizens”.
  2.  Driss Kettani, Bernard Moulin & Asmae Elmahdi have published their article on “A framework to assess the impact of e-government systems on governance”  The Fez-e-government Project aims to develop a pilot e-government system to provide the municipal government of the city of Fez in Morocco with an advanced ICT platform that enables online delivery of citizen-oriented services to the local community”.
  3. Kadam Kedar has published his article on “Usability: High value proposition for successful e-governance in India” In this paper the researcher has focused on a case study applied successfully in completing projects for the PMC. According to him, e-governance is a very powerful tool to bring IT to the common people and also to streamline all transactions that take place within the government. Over the past 10 years there has been a steep rise in the 76 computerization of many departments in the local, state and national level government. Usable e-governance systems would result in huge savings for the nation in terms of manpower required for government activities and also in terms of time invested by citizens for transactions. It can result in satisfaction for its users, both citizens & government employees.

METHODOLOGY AND REFERENCES:

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 group 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.

TOOLS AND TECHNOLOGY:

Hardware Requirements:

  • PIV 2.8 GHz Processor and Above
  • RAM 512MB and Above
  • HDD 40 GB Hard Disk Space and Above

Software Requirements:

  • WINDOWS OS (XP / 2000 / 200 Server / 2003 Server)
  • Visual Studio .Net 2008 Enterprise Edition
  • Internet Information Server 5.0 (IIS)
  • Visual Studio .Net Framework (Minimal for Deployment)   version 3.5

SQL Server 2005 Enterprise Edition

PROJECT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS:

In this  software process model for software engineering is chosen based on the nature of project and application, the methods and tools to be used and the controls and deliverables that are required. This approach is classically thought of as a set of six interrelated activities that make up the entire system development life cycle.

This model are using following activities:

  • System Information Engineering and Modeling
  • Software Requirement Analysis
  • System Analysis and Design
  • Code Generation
  • Testing
  • Maintenance

DESIGN TECHNIQUES

  • Input Design
  • Output Design
  • Database Design
  • ER diagram
  • Data Flow Diagram (DFD)

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