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CONTENTS

1. PROJECT WORK EVALUATION


2. CRETIFICATE
3. SEIF-CRETIFICATE
4. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
5. DECLARATION
6. SCOPE OF PROJECT
7. USER REQUIREMENT
8. THEORY ABOUT DATA CENTERED ARCHITECTURE
9. OBJECT ORIENTED DATA CENTERED APPROACH
10. PRODUCT PRESPECTIVE
11. SYSTEM REQUIREMENT
12. DATA FLOW DIAGRAM
13. HISTORY/INTRODUCTION OF C++
14. COADING
15. OUTPUT
16. LIMITATION
17. CONCLUSION
18. BIBLIOGRAPHY

GURU GHASIDAS UNIVERSITY, BILASPUR, CHHATTISGARH

PROJECT WORK EVALUATION

1. Candidate

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2. Project Title

Student Report Card System

3. Software Base

Progamming in C++

4. Study Center Code, Name

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& Address
5. Submitted fro Course & Year

BCA 2010-2011

6. Group Evalution

(Project Reports & CD Evaluation marks)

Particulars

Marks out of

7. Forwarding by HOD

Mark Awarded Internal


Examiners
Name &
Signature

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(Signature, Name, Study Center Seal)

8. Remarks of Study Center

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9. Remark of University Examiner

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CRETIFICATE

This is to certify that the project report work STUDENT REPORT CARD
SYSTEM for Jai Ambe Nursing Home, Bilaspur (CG) is done by Radhika
Shukla, Shraddha Sarna and Nikita Kumar in Partial fulfillment of
Bachelor of Computer Application Examination under the Guru
Ghasidas University, Bilsapur, CG.

This project report or similar report on the topic has not been
submitted for any other examination and does not form part of any
other course undergone by the student.

Date:

Guide

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SEIF-CRETIFICATE

This is to certify that the project report work STUDENT REPORT CARD
SYSTEM for Jai Ambe Nursing Home, Bilaspur (CG) is done by us is an

authentic work carried out for the partial fulfillment of the requirement
of the award of the Bachelor of Computer Application under the
guidance of Mr. Vishwash Victor the matter embodied in this project
work has not been submitted earlier for award of any degree/diploma
to the best of my knowledge and belief.

Signature of the Student

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

I owe a great many thanks to a great many people who helped and
supported me during the writing of this book.
My deepest thanks to Lecturer, -----------------, HOD the Guide of the project for
guiding and correcting various documents of mine with attention and care. He has taken
pain to go through the project and make necessary correction as and when needed.
I express my thanks to the Principal of-------------------University,
Bilaspur, (CG), for extending his support. Jai Ambe Nursing Home,
Bilaspur, (CG), support
and guidance. Thanks and appreciation to the helpful people at Jai
Ambe Nursing Home for their support.
I would also thank my Institution and my faculty members without whom this
project would have been a distant reality. I also extend my heartfelt thanks to my family
and well wishers.

Name:
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Signature

Declaration

I hereby declare that the project report entitled Student Report Card
System submitted in partial fulfillments of the BCA is the record of my
original work under the guidance of Prof. Ramesh Pratap Singh Parihar,
HOD, Department of Computer Science, D.P. Vipra PG Colllege,
Bilaspur, (CG)

Name:

Signature

Radhika Shukla

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Sharaddha Sarna

Nikita Kumar

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This project report or similar report on the topic has not been
submitted for any other examination and does not form part of
any other course undergone by the student.

(Signature of Internal Guide)

Date:

Guide

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Scope of Project
1.1 IMPROVED SERVICES
An objective of the proposed system is to improve the existing
system's services, in order to:
Increase employer and employee satisfaction
Provide the quality
Create a controlled information management environment
1.2 BETTER PERFORMANCE
It is an objective of our proposed system to provide better performance
which is managed by providing
Desired flexibility
Fast response
Ability to support changes.
Ability to maintain the quality of services.
1.3 EFFICIENT GUI
One of the objectives of the proposed system is to provide a user
friendly GUI, that will enable the user to work on clicks and make the
information transfer possible with the most common I/O devices.
1.4 MORE INFORMATION
An objective of our proposed system is to develop a system that will
eliminate the problem of insufficient and incomplete information.
1.5 DECISION SUPPORT

By providing the facility of what-if analysis, we will make a decision


support system.
1.6 STRONGER CONTROLS
The proposed system will have stronger controls. Controls like
passwords, various levels of user access and option will be added.
1.7 ELIMINATION OF RUNNING COST
We are going to develop the proposed system with an objective to
eliminate the running cost by overcoming the continuous stationery
expenses, manual storage need, and extra staff in the information
resource department of the Organization .

User Requirement
In the above proposed system single category of authenticated users are there that is the Hospital
staff.
After the product has been delivered the staff will be trained by our development team. We also
propose to provide a help document for the pathent which will help them in using the product
efficiently.

Theory about Data centered architecture:

A Data store resides at the center of this architecture and is accessed frequently by
other components that modify info, checks availability of room, allocate room, bill
function, create bill or otherwise get function info within the Student Report Card
System. A data-centered architecture promotes integrability.

Object oriented Data centered approach


The components of a system encapsulate data and the operations that must be
applied to manipulate data. Communication and coordination between components
is accomplished via message passing.

PRODUCT PRESPECTIVE

This project helps to define internal boundaries achieving the appropriate balance
between the general and the specific, Hospital management giving a positive and
efficient workflow to the staff of the Hospital, thereby helping the business model of
the Hospital to expand. In principle the product exposes a simple and general
interface and hides the specific and complex implementation based. In our example,
we want our Hospital design to hide detail that is too complex or unnecessary,
thereby reducing paperwork and increasing efficiency.
Also through this project we aim to reduce operating costs and increase throughput
of the staff.

SYSTEM REQUIREMENT

HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS

The platform used is C++. Hence we decided to use Microsoft


Visual Studio 2008 edition (Professional Edition).

Since BGI graphics arent supported in the Visual studio so for


actually running the software we used Borland C++ compiler 3.0
which was recently made free by Borland Inc.

For optional coding and easy debugging we used Microsoft Visual


Studio 2008 edition and made explicit .cpp files.

Henceforth for optimal usage of such a software a windows based


operating system preferably Windows vista must be there.
Also on the hardware part any system having Windows Vista
installed will suffice.

DATA FLOW DIAGRAM

DAV PUBLIC
SCHOOL

STUDENT
DETAILS

Registration

Call By Data

Reports

Print

To Exit

Process

Data Store

Process

Process

Show
Details

To Exit

Process

Close the
program

History/Introduction of C++

Bjarne Stroustrup began work on "C with Classes" in 1979. The idea of
creating a new language originated from Structures experience in
programming for his Ph.D. thesis. Structure found that Simula had
features that were very helpful for large software development, but the
language was too slow for practical use, while BCPL was fast but too
low-level to be suitable for large software development. When
Structure started working in AT&T Bell Labs, he had the problem of
analyzing the UNIX kernel with respect to distributed computing.
Remembering his Ph.D. experience, Structure set out to enhance
the C language with Simula-like features. C was chosen because it was
general-purpose, fast, portable and widely used. Besides C and Simula,
some
other
languages
that
inspired
him
were ALGOL
68, Ada, CLU and ML. At first, the class, derived class, strong type
checking, inclining, and default argument features were added to C via
Structures C++ to C compiler, Front. The first commercial
implementation of C++ was released on October 14, 1985

Limitation

Though we have completed this project with all our


effort but has certain limitation like it cannot be
operated in networking. the working of project is slow
in windows operating system.

CONCLUSION

This project is very useful in preparing hospital


management. this project meets our requirements and
complete in all sense. this software is really of great use for
Hospital Management, who want their hospital Mnagement
to be computerized.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

The C++ Programming Language 3e , Bjarne Stroustrup ,


Addison-Wesley , 1997
ISBN: 0-201-88954-4

The C++ Standard Library , Nicolai Josuttis ,


Addison-Wesley , 1999
ISBN: 0-201-37926-0

The C++ Standard , ,


John Wiley and Sons , 2003
ISBN: 0470846747

Accelerated C++ , Andrew Koenig and Barbara Moo ,


Addison-Wesley , 2000
ISBN: 0-201-70353-X

C++ by Example: UnderC Learning Edition , Steve Donovan ,


Que , 2001
ISBN: 0-7897-2676-9

Teach Yourself C++ 7e , Al Stevens ,


Wiley , 2003
ISBN: 0-7645-2644-8