The Online Enrolment System was proposed in replacement of the Manual Enrolment System of the institution for it to have an organized flow of transaction and an ease of work especially to the administrators of Cavite Maritime Institute. The study is concerned on how the manual enrolment performs throughout the company’s transaction. The numerous transactions that the manual system covers, such as updating and adding student records, generating the advising and assessment slips, and the like are commending the manual enrolment system to be inefficient for the needs of the institution. Since the study involves proper records handling, tracing the constraints and evaluation of the manual system is essential. Thus, the proponents gathered necessary data that will help in the progress of enhancing the existing system of CMI.
By: Bacala, Mariel Reaño, Esmeralda
Mr. Paulino Gatpandan May 2009
DEVELOPMENT OF A COMPUTERIZED ENROLLMENT SYSTEM IN A RURAL-BASED HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM ABSTRACT
The purpose of this study was to design a computerized enrolment system for a rural- based higher education institution and to find out its acceptability in terms of construction design and functionality. The computerized enrolment system was developed using the software Visual Basic, an Object-Oriented Programming visualization tool. The result of the study revealed that the Enrolment System is “Very Acceptable” as evaluated by the selected faculty members and staff of the school. In the light of the present findings and conclusions, the following recommendations are advanced, namely, that this enrolment system should be introduced to the school; that it should be adopted by the school to help the staff find records of students more easily and faster and the system should be utilized as a model for future research, especially for technology or computer-related research studies.
Christian Le Marjo A. Caipang
College of Industrial Technology, Western Visayas College of Science and Technology, Iloilo City, PHILIPPINES. www.savap.org.pk/journals/…/2013(4.3-15).pdf
SFU SIS ENROLLMENT SYSTEM
Our redesigned interfaces has more efficient task processes based on the quantitative data from user testing. Participants’ insights are that one of our interface has better aesthetics but the other prototype has better functionality. We were able to reduce a significant amount of time spent on course search with our redesigns. In comparison to the current SIS, our prototypes took less time to enroll in a course.
TEAM LEADERS: YEE LOONG + BRUCE LUI
NOVEMBER 29, 2012
Online student enrollment system
Our Online student enrollment system enables students to enroll into their subjects prior to the commencement of their semesters. This enrollment system not only allows international students to enroll through internet without traveling to the campus but also incorporates the business rules. These business rules cover a wide range of regulations and policy such as subject pre-requisite, student’s payment status, course coordinator’s decision and the correspondence of students’ seniority to the intended enrolling subjects. Besides business rules, the system also incorporates various notification mechanisms like Short Messaging Service (SMS) and Email.
XML is used to store the business rule and thus allow the portability of the system interface to wider range of devices such as Personal Device Assistant (PDA). The interface auto-detects the user’s device either PC/laptop or much smaller screen device such as PDA. In short, the enrollment system backend engine runs based on the business rules and front-end engine runs to provide high satisfaction user experience. With the business and user interface, the system is able to run the workflow of student enrollment from the online enrollment form to approval workflow cycle running parallel with the notification capability.