DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AUTOMATED NYSC POSTING SYSTEM
DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AUTOMATED NYSC POSTING SYSTEM
DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AN AUTOMATED NYSC POSTING SYSTEM
The complexity of today's systems has benefited society both positively and negatively, most notably in the simplification of difficult tasks performed by humans, as well as in the automation of human existence from sleeping and eating to exercise and travel.
Methods, systems, and machine-readable metrics are used to convert document fields into data elements that can be used for publishing, scheduling, and management.
Receiving a number of text fields retrieved or input from a source is one of them. Rules related to the document type are obtained or created and used to process the text field for the defined task example posting.
This investigation AUTOMATED NYSC POSTING SYSTEM is a web-based system that was created with microsoft Visual Studio (ASP.Net) 2008 as the front end and Microsoft SQL management server studio 2005 as the back end.
The proposed model addresses the issues associated with the manual NYSC (National Youth Service Corps) posting method.
INTRODUCTION TO CHAPTER ONE OF THE DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AN AUTOMATED NYSC POSTING SYSTEM
A system, which has many definitions, can be thought of as a collection of a computer's hardware and software components.
Stella C. Chiemeke and Franca A. Egbokdara (2006) define a system as a collection of components that work together to achieve a common goal. In another meaning, a system is a collection of interconnected or intersecting pieces that form a coherent whole.
Critics of this new technology express concern that it would displace and replace all human abilities, resulting in mass unemployment.
However, further advances continue to disprove the detractors, as the invention continues to create new jobs for those who identify with the technology. Thus, computers are human partners in any sector of human endeavour.
Human Resources (HR) professionals' roles have evolved from highly administrative to highly strategic and critical to the overall performance of the organisation during the last decade.
In this fast-paced world, computers have become an important decision-making tool in recent years, owing to their efficiency in terms of speed, accuracy, dependability, cost, and security, among other things. People have become more conscious in recent years of the use of computers in the planning of commercial activities.
Organisations have accepted the usage of Management Information System (MIS) and Decision Support System (DSS) in their decision-making process,
which has progressed to web-based human resource management systems on the Internet platform. Human Resource Management (HRM) makes use of both quantitative (structured) and qualitative (unstructured) data.
“Decisions are largely based on principles and experience,” writes Uzoka in Hampo, J.A. (2011). In recent years, efforts have been made to incorporate intelligence into computer systems, so that the computer can be utilised to process enormous amounts of structured and unstructured data for decision making.”
“An information system is a continuous and interacting structure of hardware, software, people, and procedures that collects, sorts, analyses, evaluates, and distributes pertinent, timely, and accurate information for use by recipients to improve decision making.”
An information system provides data processing capacity as well as information to assist recipients in making better decisions.
The information provided by these platforms goes a long way towards meeting the needs of people both inside and outside of a given organisation.
Information systems have lately been developed to provide information to support decision making. A Management Information System (MIS) is the name given to this application.
An information system for management MIS is a formal information network that uses computers to give management with information needed for decision making.
The primary goal of a MIS is to get the right information to the right manager at the right time.” (Apanapudor, J.S. et al., Introduction to Computer Science and Data Processing)
1.2 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
Decisions and management continue to be critical factors in someone's success or failure. The issues related with manual decision, management, and posting processes, from which the NYSC scheme in terms of deployment is not exempt. Some of these issues are particularly notable:
High administrative costs, which cover everything from transportation to communication.
Corruption and bribery
Unnecessary postponement for personal purposes and gain
Lack of competency among untrained human resources claiming to be professionals, etc. 1.3 OBJECTIVES AND
1.3 AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
The study's goal is to look at the scheme/method of posting/deploying potential Corps members for the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC).
The objectives are as follows:
To describe the function of decision and/or management systems in NYSC implementation.
To create a web-based system with MS Visual Studio 2008 as the front end and MS Management Server Studio 2005 as the back end.
This system will address the manual system's shortcomings, such as fraud and corruption.
Errors made by humans
Cost Delay, among other things.
To examine management systems and decision-making processes.
1.4 significance OF THE STUDY
This research will be extremely beneficial to the NYSC scheme because it will save the scheme's reputation and money. Furthermore, as a fund generator, the suggested method is an asset to the scheme rather than a liability.
1.5 SCOPE OF THE STUDY
The scope of this study is focused on:
The resources examine the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in Nigeria.
Due to time and funding constraints, our research work has been limited to the scope listed above.
In this study, we want to conduct a system study on similar systems to the proposed system in order to identify their flaws.
Following the system assessment, a feasibility study will be conducted to establish whether there is software, hardware, and resources available to implement a solution.
Approaches based on SSADM (Structured System Analysis and Design Methodology) were used. In the meantime, relevant literature and authorities were consulted and reviewed.
The Graphic User Interface (GUI) was created utilising Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 and the programming language ASP.NET. Its database was SQL Server management studio 2005.
This research was motivated by a desire to find solutions to the challenges outlined above using manual systems. Also, to level the playing field for all prospective Corps members.