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This project uses a biometric concept to facilitate the attendance system in educational institutes. It uses the most reliable way of uniquely identifying students through fingerprint reading. Such type of application is very useful in school as well as in college for daily attendance. Through this application we can keep a systematic track of student’s attendance. This project enables the easy way of maintaining class attendance with fewer efforts. It can be later implemented for the teaching staff.
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  K.DINESH KUMAR 16MIS0286   SOFTWARE PROJECT MANAGEMENT-SWE(2006)    DIGITAL ASSIGNMENT - 1   Submitted by, Name : K.DINESH KUMAR Slot : F1 Reg.no : 16MIS0286 Faculty : CHARANYA.R  CASE STUDY TITLE:STUDENT ATTENDANCE WITH FINGER PRINT ABSTRACT: This project uses a biometric concept to facilitate the attendance system in educational institutes. It uses the most reliable way of uniquely identifying students through fingerprint reading. Such type of application is very useful in school as well as in college for daily attendance. Through this application we can keep a systematic track of student’s attendance. This project enables the easy way of maintaining class attendance with fewer efforts. It can  be later implemented for the teaching staff  . DESCRIPTION:    The project requires a fingerprint reader for finger detection.    Every student can login to the system through finger detection.    The fingerprint of the student is compared with the one stored in database and if it matches then attendance is marked for that particular student.    The system also generates a brief report of attendance from the database according to subject-wise or date-wise as required.    A defaulter list can be generated through system.    Admin has the option to take a print of the reports and defaulter list thus generated  .  K.DINESH KUMAR 16MIS0286   ADVANTAGES:    Students will be more regular in attending their classes since now no  password or no attendance sheet signature is required, so no friend or any other student can make an attendance on behalf of others as fingerprints are unique for every student.    Teachers do not need to waste their time approximately 15min of 1hour for taking attendance of students.     No need to maintain attendance sheet as the attendance are electronically stored in database.    The system helps the faculty to easily find out defaulters.    User may easily get attendance history of a particular student.    It saves time, cost, efforts and institute resources DISADVANTAGES:    The only disadvantage is that every class requires a fingerprint reader to access the system. Stepwise Project Planning STEP   1:   E STABLISHING THE PROJECT SCOPE AND OBJECTIVE 1.1 Identifying the objectives and measures of effectiveness    This project is a user friendly project so that anyone can operate this and anyone use this.    So that the system can be easily understood by the users 1.2    Establishing a project authority    overall project authority needs to be established so that there is unity of  purpose among all those concerned.    The project Manager will be considered as a project authority 1.3 Identify the stakeholders in the project and their interests    stakeholders are who are the users of this project can be considered as stakeholders    Students,faculty,authorities of the university are considered as stakeholders for this project  K.DINESH KUMAR 16MIS0286   1.4    Modify objectives in the light of stakeholder analysis    This is potentially dangerous as the system size may be increased and the srcinal objectives obscured.    This could mean adding new features to the system which give a benefit to some stakeholders as a means of assuring their commitment to the  project 1.5 Establish methods of communication with all parties    For internal staff this should be fairly straightforward, but a project leader implementing a attendance system would need to find a contact point with  programmer, for instance. STEP 2:ESTABLISHING PROJECT INFRASTRUCTURE  2.1 Establish link between project and any strategic plan    There is also a technical framework within which the proposed new systems are to fit.    These technical strategic decisions should be documented as part of an enterprise architecture process . 2.2 Identify installation and procedures    The procedural standards may lay down the quality checks that need to be done at each point of the project life cycle    Finally the project manager should be aware of any project planning and control standards. 2.3 Identify project team organization    Project leaders, especially in the case of large projects, might have some control over the way that their project team is to be organized. STEP 3:ANALYSIS OF PROJECT CHARACTERISTICS 3.1 Distinguish the project    This is a product based project    As development of a system advances it tends to become more product-driven, although the underlying objectives always remain and must be respected.  K.DINESH KUMAR 16MIS0286   3.2    Analyze other projects characteristics    The other projects are having more bugs with this project we can rectify the problem for the users of this project 3.3 Identify high level project risks    Consideration must be given to the risks that threaten the successful outcome of the project    Most risks can be attributed to the development environment, the technical nature of the project being created. 3.4 Take into account user requirements concerning implementation    The clients may have their own procedural requirements.    For example, an organization might mandate the use of a particular development method. 3.5 Select general lifecycle approach    The development methodology and project life cycle to be used for the  project will be influenced by the issues raised above    As well as the methods to be used, waterfall life cycle that need to be considered 3.6 Review overall resource estimates    Once the major risks have been identified and the broad project approach has been decided upon, this would be a good point at which to re-estimate the effort and other resources required to implement the project. Where enough information is available an estimate based on function points might be appropriate.
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