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Unformatted text preview: «s Faculty of Business and Information Science 4 {1—81 coursework Submission Form UNlVERStTY in mm m rm Student Name: VASANTH KUMAR NALLASEGAR StudentlD:1001025219 Subject Name: COPERATIVE PLACEMENT 1 Programme: B.Sc(Hons) MOBILE COMPUTING Subject Code: KAD 2041 COOP TERM LecturerITutor:LEE CHIW YI JAN — APR 2015 MAC -— APR 2015 MAY -JUN 2015 JUNE - JUL 2015 JULY - AUG 2015 AUG — SEP 2015 SEP — OCT 2015 OCT - DEC 2015 Assignment NumberITitte: Due Date: AssignmentWeightage: 50% All work must be submitted by the due date. If an extension is granted, this must be specified with the extended due date and a signature from the lecturer or tutor. Extension until: ............................................................. Signature of Lecturer/Tutor ...................................... Student’s Statement: I hereby declare that the work submitted is my own. I confirm that t have read and understood the University, regulations with regard to plagiarism, and that Plagiarism, Collusion and Cheating in this work will be penalized. Note: {J JZM 1) You are expected to retain copies of your assignment report. Student Signature ........ 7 ................... 2} If you require an acknowledgement receipt of this assignment: I I _ l . 2 0 l I) please prepare a duplicate copy of this form. Date .................. -.' ............................... MW Receipt of Assessment Assessment Received by .................................................................. Datemme .......................................... (Name & Signature) Assessment Criteria For Lecturer’s [Tutors use Student's Checklist: t have met the following Assessment Criteria (Check relevant boxes) Section 1 : Section 2: Lecturer’sl‘l’utor’s Comments: Report Grade: MARK KEY: t) = Totally Inadequate 1 = Very poor effort 2 2 Minimum satisfactory effort 3 = Fairly good to good 4 2 Very good 5 = Excellent Lecturer Signitu re Date $9 Faculty of Management and Information Technology :3 mleewereme Plaeememl UNIVERSITY 114 when N (war A coursework completed as part of the requirement for SUBJECT NAME: Cooperative Placament‘l SUBJECT CODE: KAD 2041 SUPERVISOR : Lee Chiw Yi Entitled ASSIGNMENT NUMBERITITLE: Co-op Report Submitted on DATE OF SUBMISSION: 11 January 2015 DUE DATE: Produced by STUDENT NAME: VASANTH KUMAR NALLASEGAR STUDENT ID: 1001025219 Table of Contents No Title l Background/history of the host organization and nature and function of the department/team 1.2 Three products/services provided by the host organization .- Page 2 9 3—4 5 1.3 Customers of the host organization 2.1 Roles and Tasks assigned My contributions to the organization 2.3 Significance of my contributions to host organization Training given & chances to learn 2.5 Technologies and knowledge gained from the organization 10 11 1.2 Three products/services provided by the host organization ./ ‘- A. Geocoding » This process w;)/rj<{by transforming physical addresses obtained into a digital map (form of latitude and! ongitude) friendly entities. if B. Geomarketing<_.;..) Using the geoc ding data, strategic and informed marketing decisions can be made easily and appropriate for operations involved in the business industry. This is essential for most marketing companies that are currently operating using the world’s population addresses. C Address Cleansing (% Ensure addresses co ' rm to local addressing standards and also minimizing contact issue with important customers. Section 2 2.1 Roles and Tasks assigned .7 (9/ A. My main role as an intern is to pin addresses for daily basis in Google Maps, using online mapping techniques and various other maps as references. Using these, each pin contains the latitude and longitude and complete description of road names, property counts, and their respective prices. As part of a team in the organization, we are responsible to deliver 200 or more counts per day to ensure the quantity of records needed to achieve is accomplished within the deadline given. (s As certain roads in certain places are not named, each 0 e/ of us is in—charge of categorizing the roads using alternative online gaps like HERECOM, WIKIMAPIADRG and etc. Each street have different preferences so it is essential that we must be thorough during data input, otherwise tiie<>wili be inaccurate. B. Next, I am also responsible to compile and perform /p eliminary check for each ‘round’ of records in which they are compiled in weekly basis. I must filter and manually check every counts of record to ensure that they are appropriate and correct them if needed. I also assist my team leader in writing the time logs of/éch member including myself which records the daily count in each respective catego; of preference. 2.2 My contributions to the organization (It) A. I am certain one of my contributions to the organization is the ‘checking’ department as I am able to perform in-depth checking of errors and faults in 6: records. Without an in- depth checking operation, the results will return faulty and ,iécurate and this will lead to lower quality deiiverables than that of the company’s customers demanded. I am also able to assist the supervisor of this project in performing proper checking operations in each batch of records submitted by each team respectiyely. m B. Another contribution is I am able to work efficiently by producing; re batch of records as each day goes and this can help the company in meeting the project deadline given by the company’s customers. 2.3 Significance of my contributions to host organization A. By being able to perform in—depth checking, the quality of records can be maintained and improved over time. The way that I used iC lgndlin the checking steps are important to ensure that the data are arranged and managed a ordingly. This can help ease the trouble of my team leader and supervisor during fig next operation by producing error-free records. B. Since there is a certain number of counts already been set by the supervisor, each member are required to fulfil that count per day. By being able to achieve more than the count, this can lead to the increase of deliverables being produced and help to create an impression of us working efficientiy for our customers. (3) r,» we” 0".» .x/W 4V 2.4 Training given & chances to learn \\ (3) During my intenryhip in the company, I have been granted various chances to learn about address prefere ces, how it works, what they can be in the business industry and also work alongside experienced staffs. (5) I was given trainin on what we should do and what we should not do in reference to our job scope. The training was important as it provides us guidance and steps on what we ought to be doing during the early stages of my internship. 1 was also able to work my way around various mapping techniyeémd learn more about the locations that reside in Malaysia as it allows me to identify he different types of housing properties and how they are categorized. 10 2.5 Technologies and knowledge gained from the organization A. Technologies <33) .93/ A tool that utilizes WAMP application in which records obtained are compiled, integrated and uploaded into the company’s server. The records can then be seen as an overall of all therecords (pins) on each different location in the map. MAPSOU/R B 1,) A software that acts'as an alternative to online maps. This software can operate offline while Google Maps for example, were not able to. It is also built with various features that allow the user to search for street names easily which are not found in the online map portals. Although it does not provide satellite images of the locations, it is still useful as it has reduce time wastage in searching for counts of record. B. Knowledge 0) Microsoft Excel I am able to learn more about what I can do using Microsoft Excel, an application which operates mainly with figures. It allows us to record data appropriately in format as this is important to ensure consistency and accuracy is kept. As checking also comes in play here, learning how to filter and check for errors easily has helped me further my knowledge during the usage of this application. 11 ...
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