Gerald proposal.docx - KARATINA UNIVERSITY PROJECT PROPOSAL BSC COMPUTER SCIENCE SCHOOL OF PURE AND APPLIED SCIENCE DEPARTMENT COMPUTER SCIENCE AND

Gerald proposal.docx - KARATINA UNIVERSITY PROJECT PROPOSAL...

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KARATINA UNIVERSITY PROJECT PROPOSAL BSC COMPUTER SCIENCE SCHOOL OF PURE AND APPLIED SCIENCE DEPARTMENT: COMPUTER SCIENCE AND INFORMATICS COURSE TITLE: COMPUTER PROJECT PROPASAL COURSE CODE: COM 311 PROJECT TITLE: ONLINE RECRUITMENT SYSTEM NAME: KIPKEMBOI K GERALD REG NO: P101/1438G/15 1 | P a g e
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DECLARATION I would like to declare that this is an original work done by Kipkemboi K Gerald after thorough research on the existing problem. No one therefore has the authority to reproduce this work no matter the situation unless permitted by the author and Karatina university. Student Name : Kipchirchir K Gerald Sign____________________________ Date___________________________ Supervisor name : Mrs. Vancy Kebut Sign___________________________ Date____________________________ DEDICATION I would to dedicate this project to my family for their continuous support through my education life. I would also wish to dedicate the project to my friends for their support, motivation and additional ideas that made me go through development of the proposal plan. 2 | P a g e
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 3 | P a g e
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I would like to acknowledge Karatina university fraternity at large for availing resources that led to accomplishment of this proposal. I would like to thank the lecturers especially Mrs. Vancy Kebut for her continuous support throughout the entire period. I also want to appreciate my friends and family for their support in terms of ideas and encouragement during the development of this project. Above all, I thank the Lord for the protection and wellbeing during the module. 4 | P a g e
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Table of Contents CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................... 7 1.1 Background ............................................................................................................................................ 7 1.2 Problem statement ................................................................................................................................. 8 1.3 Objective ................................................................................................................................................ 9 1.3.1 Specific objective ............................................................................................................................ 9 1.4 Scope and limitation of the study .......................................................................................................... 9 1.6 Justification .......................................................................................................................................... 10 1.7 Project risk and mitigation .................................................................................................................. 10 1.8 Ethical considerations/professional impact ........................................................................................ 10 1.9 Budget and resources .......................................................................................................................... 10 CHAPTER 2: LITERATURE REVIEW ...................................................................................................... 13 2.0 Introduction .............................................................................................................................................. 13 2.1 Background ........................................................................................................................................... 13 2.3 Similar Works ...................................................................................................................................... 14 2.2 Conclusions from the above systems ................................................................................................... 15 2.3 Summary of the literature review ....................................................................................................... 16 CHAPTER 3: METHODOLOGY ................................................................................................................ 16 3.1 Introduction ......................................................................................................................................... 16 3.2 Project methodology ............................................................................................................................ 17 3.3 Diagram of the iterative waterfall model ...................................................................................... 18 3.4 Stages of the model .............................................................................................................................. 19 3.4.1 Requirements definitions .................................................................................................................... 19 3.4.2Among the techniques used to collect the data include .................................................................... 20 3.4.3 System and software design. ............................................................................................................. 20 3.4.3.1 Design models ................................................................................................................................. 20 3.4.3.1.1 Use case ................................................................................................................................... 20 3.4.3.1.2 Dataflow diagram ................................................................................................................... 20 3.4.4 Implementation and unit testing. ..................................................................................................... 20 3.4.5 Integration and testing ..................................................................................................................... 21 3.4.7 Deployment ....................................................................................................................................... 21 5 | P a g e
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3.4.8 Operation and maintenance ............................................................................................................. 21 3.4.7 Design tools used ............................................................................................................................... 22 3.4.7.1 Html and CSS ............................................................................................................................ 22 3.4.7.2 JavaScript .................................................................................................................................. 22 3.4.7.3 Ajax and json ............................................................................................................................. 22 3.4.7.4 PHP Desktop server ................................................................................................................... 22 3.4.8 REFERENCE .................................................................................................................................... 22 ABSTRACT This proposal having three chapter’s preliminary pages, introduction, problem statement, literature review and the methodology used to model the system. The project intends to develop an online recruitment system that will automate the entire hiring process. Most companies and those seeking employment from a research through administering questionnaire’s admitted there are challenges faced during the recruitment process. Most companies complained of hiring 6 | P a g e
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