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PROJECT TOPIC: SYSTEM FOR SUBMISSION AND APPROVAL OF CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT IN TERTIARY INSTITUTION
Department: Computer Science
FORMART: MS WORD
PAGES: 98 pages, abstract, chapter 1-5 , APENDIX A source code and APENDIX B output, well reserached and supervised
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Late submissions and approval of continuous assessments, errors in computation and even manipulation of continuous assessments scores are some causes of the poor performance of students. This project is to provide a system that will enable faster and error-free computation, submission and approval of continuous assessments, to reach the Dean and other offices thereby creating a network between lecturers, departments and faculties. The methodology used is the structural analysis and design method, the database system is the MYSQL database and the programming language used is PHP and HTML. The result of this project is that these issues will be eliminated and a healthy learning environment where student can perform at their very best will be created.
1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
Continuous assessment is of two types; internal and external. The internal has to do with test, assignment or examination conducted at different period within a semester in and academic year while the external has to do with external examinations done outside the higher institutions. We will be concentrating on the internal method of continuous assessment in our higher institutions, the issues associated with it and how it can be improved.
In most higher institutions in Nigeria, the manual methods of continuous assessment computation and submission between lecturers and school authorities is more popular. These results go through some amount of scrutiny and clarification before they are approved to ensure the right data was inputted. During the process of computation, mistakes can be made which if not corrected can lead to errors in the published result.
These mistakes can be avoided and the continuous assessment computed faster and with little or no errors, since the continuous assessment data are generated and recorded automatically as students go through the courses and take the assigned tests, quizzes and exams.