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InDataa is a India based customized web solution, development and Services Company
with 45 professionals. We work for clients globally and are experts in the latest web
technologies. We started operations in March 2003 with a small team of 3. Our growth is
attributed to our clients who have been giving us repeat orders because of the quality and
professionalism they get from InDataa Private Limited.
Our wide range of services include Customized Software Development, Professional Website
Designing, Web Promotion, SEO services, Product Promotion, E-Commerce Solution,
Internet Marketing, web marketing, web application, Database design, professional web
designer, experts Software developers, Offshore web designing, Offshore outsourcing,
Offshore software re-engineering, PHP programmers, VB developers, Bespoke dynamic web
development services, Content Creation, Corporate Presentation, Graphic Designing, Flash
design, Hardware & Networking Consultation and others business services.

Web Design Services


The process of building a Web site can be daunting. You've got to come up with the design,
the images, the content, a good domain name, and a whole lot more. Once you've uploaded to
the Internet, a magical fairy comes and whisks your site to the top of the search listings in
engines such as Google, Yahoo!, and Ask

Software Development Services


InDataa is an offshore software development company that understands businesses and aims
to deliver value to customers through its software solutions and services. Our competencies
lie in offshore software development, maintenance and offshore project management
services. We engage in efficient custom software development, maintaining high-quality
software development standards and constantly seeking to fulfill our customer's software
outsourcing requirements.

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Software Application Testing Services


InDataa helps in bringing the robust, reliable, secure, and user-friendly software products by
testing the software through Life cycle testing for both functional and non-functional
requirements. Our Team Not only Helps you to assess your current testing
practices/processes, improve the quality of the software developed, identify testing strategies,
develop test plans and test cases, manage and execute tests, and measure test results.

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Project Title
Project Description

Company
Education Institute
Project Duration
Front End
Back End
Application Builder
Operating System
Modules

Job Portal
The online job portal application allows job seekers and recruiters to
connect. The application provides the ability for job seekers to create
their accounts, upload their profile and resume, search for jobs, apply
for jobs, view different job opening.
The application provides the ability for employers to create their
accounts, select a package for payment, search candidates, create job
posting, and track contacted candidates.
Indataa
NCCA(Narmada College Of Computer Application)
Academic duration of MCA Semester VI
ASP.Net, C#
SQL SERVER 2008
Microsoft Visual Studio 2010
Windows7
1) Admin
2) Employer

No. of Web Forms


Team Members

3) Jobseeker
57
Patel Munvarhusen R (095230693016)

Other Software
Documentation Tool
Presentation Tool
Internal Guide
External Guide
Project Submitted

Patel Ankit V (095230693030)


Java Script, AJAX , JQuery
MS Word, MS Visio, E Draw
MS PowerPoint
Mrs. Purvi Tailor, GTU-Coordinate, NCCA-Bharuch.
Mr. Kailash Solanki, Project Guide.
1) GTU
2) NCCA(Narmada College Of Computer Application)

The online job portal application allows job seekers and recruiters to connect. The
application provides the ability for job seekers to create their accounts, upload their profile
and resume, search for jobs, apply for jobs, view different job opening.

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The application provides the ability for employers to create their accounts, select a package
for payment, search candidates, create job posting, and track contacted candidates.
The application will have 3 primary users:
1)Job Seeker
2)Employer and
3)Admin
The system admin will have the ability to clean and clear and maintain database.
Administrator:
1) Verify users account give them right to access the right.
2) Block a users.
3) Create Categories on job.
4) Create Subcategories on the type of job.
Employers:
1) Create vacancies for jobseekers
2) Search candidates based on their profiles
3) Can schedule an interview with technical professionals
4) Can select interviewers
5) Can send email to selected candidates

Jobseekers:
1) Create an account with a complete profile
2) Search for jobs with different categories
3) Edit/update their profile
4) Apply online for jobs
5) Job seekers can view interview locations.

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TOOLS

Monitor
Processor
RAM
Hard Disk

HARDWARE UTILIZED
17 color LCD
Pentium
2 GB
320 GB
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Serial Port
Parallel Port
Key Board
Mother Board
Mouse
CD ROM

2 (two)
1 (one)
104 (keys)
INTEL 845
LOGITECH
ATAPI 52 Max

SOFTWARE UTILIZED
Platform
Windows 7
Front End(Presentation tier)
Microsoft Visual Basic .NET
Database Server(Data tier)
SQL SERVER 2008
System Developer(Application Builder)
Microsoft Visual Studio 2010
Documentation
Microsoft Word 2007
Presentation
Microsoft PowerPoint 2007

TECHNOLOGY
ASP.NET
The online job portal application allows Jobseeker and recruiters to connect. The
application provides the ability for job seekers to create their accounts, upload their
profile and resume, search for jobs, apply for jobs, view different job opening.
Using ASP developer can able to easily develop dynamic website and allow server
side Scripting. ASP pages contained mix of mark languages of server side scripting
like brackets and percentages signs <% %> to control server then build an ASP page
by starting with set of static HTML. Any dynamic element needed by the page was
defined using the server by the using a browser, the asp.dll would take hold of the
page and define all the dynamic aspects of the page on scrip. After all dynamic
aspects of the page were defined the result was an HTML page output of the browser
of the requesting client.
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As the web application model developed more and more languages mixed in the static
HTML to help manipulate the quite possible to have a page that used HTML,
VBScript, JavaScript, Cascading style sheets and more and more.

How ASP.Net pages execute?

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How ASP.Net pages execute?


Above figure illustrate that how the .aspx pages are executing at web server in that first of all
it will find using which respective of scripting language it will use appropriate compiler
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means if code is written in C# then it will use C# compiler afterward .NET framework uses
second platform neutral language called CIL Common Intermediate Language afterward that
compiled code is submitted to common language runtime (CLR) and this CLR compiles code
into machine readable language.

2. SQL SERVER 2008(EXPRESS EDITION)


What is session state?
A session is defined as the period of time that a unique user interacts with a Web
application. Session state is a collection of objects, tied to a session server.

Why SQL?
Once you start running multiple web servers for the same web site, the default asp.net
session state, InProc, is no longer useful, as you cannot guarantee that each page
request goes to the same server. It becomes necessary to have a central state store that
every web server accesses.
SQL Server offers you centralized storage of a session state in a Web farm. It also
offers the transactional capabilities that provide reliability to most relational database
systems.
You can use SQL Server to save a session. This process is not as efficient State Server
mode, because you must store the information in a different process or on a different
server. However, this option may be more efficient than using the asp.net state
service, depending on the actual workload and the database co saving session state to
a SQL database it will also persist through web server restarts and reboots.
For reliability you should consider storing session state for a web farm on a SQL
cluster.

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Manageability
SQL Server 2008 makes it simpler and easier to deploy, manage, and optimize
enterprise data and analytical applications. As an enterprise data management
platform, it provides a single management console that enables data administrators
anywhere in your organization to monitor, manage, and tune all of the databases and
associated services across your enterprise. It provides an extensible management
infrastructure that can be easily programmed by using SQL Management Objects,
enabling users to customize and extend their management environment and
independent software vendors (ISVs) to build additional tools and functionality to
further extend the capabilities that come out of the box.

SQL Server Management Studio


SQL Server 2008 simplifies management by providing one I to monitor and manage
the SQL Server relational database, as well as Integration Services, Analysis Services,
Reporting Services, Notification Services, and SQL Server Mobile Edition across
large numbers of distributed servers perform several tasks at the same time, such as
authoring and executing a query, viewing server objects, managing an object,
monitoring system activity, and viewing online help.SQL Server Management Studio
hosts and managing scripts and stored procedures using Transact Expressions, and
XML for Analysis, and SQL Server Mobile Edition. Management Studio is readily
integrated with source control. SQL Server Agent jobs and managing maintenance
plans to automate daily maintenance and operation tasks. The integration of
management and authoring in a single tool coupled with the ability to manage all t
administrators.
SQL Server 2008 exposes more than 70 new measures of internal database
performance and resource usage, ranging from memory, locking, and scheduling to
transactions and network and disk I/O. These dynamic management views (DMVs)

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provide greater transparency and visibility into the database and a powerful
infrastructure for proactive monitoring of database health and performance.

3. C#.NET
C# is a simple, type-safe, object oriented, general-purpose programming language.
Visual C# provides code-focused developers with powerful tools and language
support to build rich, connected web and client applications on the .NET Framework.

Main Features of C#

Pointers are missing in C#.


Unsafe operations such as direct memory manipulation are not allowed.
In C# there is no usage of "::"or "->" operators.
Since it`s on .NET, it inherits the features of automatic memory management and

garbage collection.
Varying ranges of the primitive types like Integer, Floats etc.

Design goals
Design Goals for C#:
C# is intended to be a simple, modern, general-purpose, object-oriented programming
language. Because software robustness, durability and programmer productivity are
important, the language should include strong type checking, array bounds checking,
and detection of attempts to use uninitialized variables, source code portability, and
automatic garbage collection.
The language is intended for use in developing software components that can
take advantage of distributed environments.
Programmer portability is very important, especially for those programmers already
familiar with C and C++. Support for internationalization is very important.

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4. Three-Tiers Architecture Model
3-tier application is a program which is organized into three major disjunctive
tiers on layers. Here we can see that how these layers increase the reusability
of codes. These layers are described below.
Uses of 3-Tier Architecture
1. To make application more understandable.
2.

Easy to maintain, easy to modify application and we can maintain good look of

architecture.
If we use this 3-Tier application we can maintain our application in consistence manner.
Basically 3-Tier architecture contains 3 layers.
1. Application Layer or Presentation Layer
2. Business Access Layer (BAL) or Business Logic Layer (BLL)
3. Data Access Layer (DAL)
Application Layer or Presentation Layer
Presentation Layer contains UI part of our application i.e., our aspx pages or input is taken
from the user. This layer mainly used for design purpose and get our set the data back and
forth.
Business Access Layer (BAL) or Business Logic Layer (BLL)
This layer contains our business logic, calculations related with the data like insert data,
retrieve data and validating the data. This acts as a interface between Application layer and
Data Access Layer.

Data Access Layer (DAL)


Data Access Layer contains methods to connect with database and to perform insert, update,
delete, get data from database based on our input data.
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Project Management
1. Project Planning

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Software project management begins with a set of activities that are collectively called
Project Planning.
Before the project can begin, the manager & the software team must estimate the work to be
done, the resources that will be required, & the time that will elapse from start to finish.
For the planning regarding to our project we divided our whole project work in to 3 modules.
We have discussed with our client for that requirement for the developing the website that are
shown in to the requirement analysis.
Project Management is concerned with activities involved in ensuring that software is
delivered on time and on schedule and in accordance with the requirements of the
organizations developing and procuring the software. Project management is needed because
software development is always subject to budget and schedule constraints that are set by the
organization developing the software.
Management includes following activities:
Proposal writing.
Project planning and scheduling.
Project costing.
Project monitoring and reviews.
Personnel selection and evaluation.
Report writing and presentations.

Software Process Model


The project is based on the Iterative model. This model takes the fundamental process
activities of specification, development, validation and evolution and represents them as

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separate process phases such as requirements specification, software design, implementation,
testing and so on.

2. Roles and Responsibilities


There are many groups of people involved in both the project and project management
lifecycles.
The Project Team is the group responsible for planning and executing the project. It consists
of a Project Manager and a variable number of Project Team members, who are brought in to
deliver their tasks according to the project schedule.
The Project Manager is the person responsible for ensuring that the Project Team
completes the project. The Project Manager develops the Project Plan with the team
and manages the teams performance of project tasks. The Project Manager is
responsible for communication; including status reporting, risk management,
escalation of issues.
The Project Team Members are responsible for executing tasks and producing
deliverables as outlined in the Project Plan and directed by the Project Manager, at
whatever level of effort or participation has been defined for them.
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Customers comprise the business units that identified the need for the product or
service the project will develop. Customers can be at all levels of an organization.
Since it is frequently not feasible for all the Customers to be directly involved in the
project, the following roles are identified:
Customer Representatives are members of the Customer community who are
identified and made available to the project for their subject matter expertise. Their
responsibility is to accurately represent their business units needs to the Project
Team, and to validate the deliverables that describe the product or service that the
project will produce. Customer Representatives are also expected to bring
information about the project back to the Customer community.
Customer Decision-Makers are those members of the Customer community who
have been designated to make project decisions on behalf of major business units that
will use, or will be affected by, the product or service the project will deliver.
Customer Decision-Makers are responsible for achieving consensus of their business
unit on project issues and outputs, and communicating it to the Project Manager.

Vendors are contracted to provide additional products or services the project will
require and are another member of the Project Team.
3. Software Project Scheduling
Software project scheduling is an activity that distributes estimated efforts across the
planned duration by allocating the effort to specific software engineering tasks.
Proper Scheduling required:
a) All tasks appear in network.
b) Effort and timing are intelligently allocated to each task.
c) Interdependencies between tasks are properly indicated.
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d) Resources are allocated for the work to be done.
Compartmentalization
In these I divided the project into following tasks:
a) User Interface.
b) Data entry & retrieval.
c) Get an appropriate result.
Interdependency
Interdependency of each compartmentalized activities Ire then found out. Some task
must occur in sequence whereas some can occur in parallel.
a) Time Allocation
Each task to be schedule must be allocated some number of work units. In our
system, I started allocating time for each activity.
b) Task set
A task set was defined for the project; task set is a collection or work task,
milestones and outcomes that must be accomplished to complete a particular
project.
Experts divide software project in main groups:
1. Concept Development
2. New application development
3. Application enhancement
4. Application maintenance
5. Re-engineering project.
According to the complexity and importance of the project a degree of rigor is assigned to it.
Experts divide the project into four-rigor level:
1. Casual
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2. Structured
3. Strict
4. Quick Reaction
Defining Adaptation Criteria
Adaptation criteria Ire used to determine the recommended degree of rigor with which the
software should be applied on a project.
Criteria for the project
Size
Numbers of users
Mission critical
Application longevity
Application requirement
Stable requirement
Maturity of technology used
Performance constraints
Embedded / Non embedded
Re-engineering efforts
Selection of software tasks
Since the project belonged to new application development category, I selected the
following tasks.
Domain understanding
Analysis of required system.
Defining scope and objective
Finding out the effort and time estimation
Preparing the schedule
Finding our resources required.
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Coding
Testing
4. Risk Management
4.1 Risk identification
It is the first stage of risk management. It is concerned with discussing all the possible risks
to the project. Risk identification is carried out as a team process . To help this process a list
of all the possible risk types is used. The possible risks include the following:
Requirements Risk:
Earlier we thought that to create only tutorials providing site in which user can pay
for tutorials at different center at different states but later we had decided to provide
free web based tutorials.
Estimation Risk:
As the need for including admin section and online transaction of fees for
examination erupted project size increased tremendously. Also, the estimated time
was to be re-calculated.
4.2 Risk Analysis
During this stage, each identified risk is considered in turn and a judgement is made about
the probability and the seriousness of the risk. So appropriate care is taken so that the
unauthorized and unauthenticated users cannot gain access to the website.
4.3 Risk planning
This process considers each risk which has been identified and identifies strategies to
manage the risk. These strategies fall into three categories:
1. Avoidance strategies: Following these strategies means that the probability that the
risk will arise will be reduced. An example of this is the strategy to deal with wrong
information of the products.
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2. Minimisation strategies: Following these strategies means that the impact of the risk
will be reduced. An example of this is the strategy for staff illness.
3.

Contingency plans: Following these strategies means that, if the worst happens, you
are prepared for it and have a strategy in place to deal with it. An example of this
includes organizational financial problems.

4.4 Risk monitoring


Risk monitoring involves assessing each identified risks regularly to decide whether or not it
is becoming less or more probable and whether the effects of the risks have changed.
5. System Analysis and Requirement
5.1 Requirement of the System
The effectiveness and quality of the application must depends on what extends the
application satisfies the requirements of client. So the first phase of analysis of any
application is filtering out the requirements of the client from the given software
Requirement Specification.
Preliminary Investigation
And for the better performance and look we have searched and surveyed so many
existing websites related to job portal.
We have also tried to know the drawbacks of the existing website.
We have also taken reference of Professional of this field who are currently working
on framework 4.0.

Expected Requirement
User management: Access level Administrator.
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Three levels are there
1. Admin 2. Add, Delete 3. Update
The password is stored in database.
Just admin can add/delete employees as well as User for management.
Searching Facility: Employer Search of jobseeker in just one easy search.
Jobseeker Search of jobs in just one easy search.
Data Management: Data should be secured.
5.2 Feasibility Study
Technology and system feasibility
The assessment is based on an outline design of system requirements in terms of Input,
Processes, Output, Fields, Programs, and Procedures. This can be quantified in terms of
volumes of data, trends, frequency of updating, etc. in order to estimate whether the new
system will perform adequately or not. Technological feasibility is carried out to determine
whether the company has the capability, in terms of software, hardware, personnel and
expertise, to handle the completion of the project when writing a feasibility report.
Economic feasibility
Economic analysis is the most frequently used method for evaluating the effectiveness of a
new system. More commonly known as cost/benefit analysis, the procedure is to determine
the benefits and savings that are expected from a candidate system and compare them with
costs. If benefits outweigh costs, then the decision is made to design and implement the
system. An entrepreneur must accurately weigh the cost versus benefits before taking an
action.
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Cost-based study: It is important to identify cost and benefit factors, which can be
categorized as follows: 1. Development costs; and 2. Operating costs. This is an analysis of
the costs to be incurred in the system and the benefits derivable out of the system.
Time-based study: This is an analysis of the time required to achieve a return on
investments. The future value of a project is also a factor.
Legal feasibility
Determines whether the proposed system conflicts with legal requirements, e.g. a data
processing system must comply with the local Data Protection Acts.
Operational feasibility
Operational feasibility is a measure of how well a proposed system solves the problems, and
takes advantage of the opportunities identified during scope definition and how it satisfies the
requirements identified in the requirements analysis phase of system development.
Schedule feasibility
A project will fail if it takes too long to be completed before it is useful. Typically this means
estimating how long the system will take to develop, and if it can be completed in a given
time period using some methods like payback period. Schedule feasibility is a measure of
how reasonable the project timetable is. Given our technical expertise, are the project
deadlines reasonable? Some projects are initiated with specific deadlines. You need to
determine whether the deadlines are mandatory or desirable.
Resource feasibility
This involves questions such as how much time is available to build the new system, when it
can be built, whether it interferes with normal business operations, type and amount of
resources required, dependencies.

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Financial feasibility
In case of a new project, financial viability can be judged on the following parameters:

Total estimated cost of the project.

Financing of the project in terms of its capital structure, debt equity ratio and
promoter's share of total cost.

Existing investment by the promoter in any other business.

Projected cash flow and profitability

5.3 Features of the System


Job Portal is the website where employer/Company can create their account and post
job, they have also facility to search jobseeker according to their profile or their
criteria. Vice versa Jobseeker can search Jobs.
Jobseeker will be informed by email if someone sees his profile.
5.4 Main Module of the System
This project has three Main Modules.

1) Admin

In this Module we provide the entire (writes) authentication to administrator.


Verify users account give them right to access the right.
Block users.
Create Categories on job.
Create Subcategories on the type of job.

In this module we can find all the information about Employer/Jobseeker.

2) Employer
In this module a Employer can post new job and manage all the job by
active/deactive.
He can search jobseeker and mail through the portal.
He can also contact directly to jobseeker through mail.

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Employer Benefits

Efficiency Increase: He can easily search jobseeker according to their criteria.

Cost Saving: It is free portal so he has to no pay of money.

3) Jobseeker
In this Module a jobseeker can search job according to their skill, location, experience
and industry.
He can also search Particular Employer and also contact him through mail.

Waterfall Model

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The waterfall model is a model which was developed for software development; that is to
create software. It is called as such because the model develops systematically from one
phase to other in a downward fashion, like a waterfall.

About the Phases


As said earlier the waterfall model has been structured on multiple phases especially to help
out the software construction companies to develop an organized system of construction. By
following this method, the project will be divided into many stages thus easing out the whole
process. For example you start with Phase I and according to this model, one only progresses
to the next Phase once the previous one has been completed. This way one moves
progressively to the final stage and once that point is reached, you cannot turn back; similar
to the water in a waterfall.

Brief Description of the Phases of Waterfall Model

Definition Study / Analysis: During this phase research is being conducted which includes

brainstorming about the software, what it is going to be and what purpose is it going to
fulfill.
Basic Design: If the first phase gets successfully completed and a well thought out plan for
the software development has been laid then the next step involves formulating the basic
design of the software on paper.
Technical Design / Detail Design: After the basic design gets approved, then a more
elaborated technical design can be planned. Here the functions of each of the part are decided
and the engineering units are placed for example modules, programs etc.
Construction / Implementation: In this phase the source code of the programs is written.

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Testing: At this phase, the whole design and its construction is put under a test to check its
functionality. If there are any errors then they will surface at this point of the process.
Integration: in the phase of Integration, the company puts it in use after the system has
been successfully tested.
Management and Maintenance: Maintenance and management is needed to ensure that
the system will continue to perform as desired.
Through the above mentioned steps it is clearly shown that the Waterfall model was meant to
function in a systematic way that takes the production of the software from the basic step
going downwards towards detailing just like a Waterfall which begins at the top of the cliff
and goes downwards but not backwards.

History of the Waterfall Model


The history of the Waterfall model is somewhat disrupted. It is often said or believed that the
model was first put forth by Winston Royce in 1970 in one of his articles; whereas he did not
even used the word waterfall. In fact Royce later presented this model to depict a failure or
a flaw in a non-working model. So later on, this term was mostly used in writing about
something that is often wrongly done in the process of software development like a
common malpractice.
Royce was more of the opinion that a successful model should have the allowance of
repetition or to go back and forth between phases which the waterfall model does not do. He
examined the first draft of this model and documented that a recurrent method should be
developed in this model. He felt the need of progressing only after a feedback from the
previous stage has been received. This is known as the Iterative model.
As opposed to the Waterfall model, the Iterative model is more practical and has room for
maneuver. Followers of the Iterative method perceive the Waterfall model as inappropriate.

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Advantages of the Waterfall Model
Lets look at some of the advantages of this model,
The project requires the fulfillment of one phase, before proceeding to the next. Therefore
if there is a fault in this software it will be detected during one of the initial phases and will
be sealed off for correction.
A lot of emphasis is laid on paperwork in this method as compared to the newer methods.
When new workers enter the project, it is easier for them to carry on the work from where it
had been left. The newer methods dont document their developmental process which makes
it difficult for a newer member of the team to understand what step is going to follow next.
The Waterfall Model is a straight forward method and lets one know easily what stage is in
progress.
The Waterfall method is also well known amongst the software developers therefore it is
easy to use. It is easier to develop various software through this method in short span of time.

Disadvantages of the Waterfall Model


There are many disadvantages to the model as well. Lets have a look at those,
Many software projects are dependent upon external factors; out of which the client for
which the software is being designed is the biggest factor. It happens a lot of times, that the
client changes the requirement of the project, thereby influencing an alteration in the normal
plan of construction and hence the functionality as well. The Waterfall Model doesnt work
well in a situation like this as it assumes no alteration to occur once the process has started
according to plan.
If, for instance, this happens in a Waterfall Model, then a number of steps would go to waste,
and there would arise a need to start everything all over again. Of course this also brings
about the aspect of time and money which will all go to waste. Therefore this method will not
at all prove to be cost effective. It is not even easy to take out the cost estimate of each step,
as each of the phases is quite big.

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There are many other software developmental models which include many of the same
aspects of the Waterfall model. But unlike the Waterfall model, these methods are not largely
affected by the outside sources. In the waterfall model, there are many different people
working in the different phases of the project like the designers and builders and each carries
his own opinion regarding his area of expertise. The design, therefore, is bound to be
influenced; however in the Waterfall model, there is no room for that.
The other negative aspect of this model is that a huge amount of time is also wasted. For
example if we study any software development process, we know that Phase II cannot be
executed until Phase I has been successfully completed; so while the designers are still
designing the software, time of the builders is completely wasted.
Another disadvantage of this method is that the testing period comes quite late in the
developmental process; whereas in various other developmental programs the designs would
be tested a lot sooner to find the flaw at a time when a lot of time and money has not been
wasted.
Elaborate documentation during the Waterfall method has its advantages, but it is not
without the disadvantages as well. It takes a lot of effort and time, which is why it is not
suitable for smaller projects.

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6.1 ER_DIAGRAM

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6.2.1 CONTEXT DIAGRAM

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6.2.1 LEVEL ZERO

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6.2.2 CHILD DIAGRAMS

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6.3 ACTIVITY DIAGRAMS
6.3.1 ADMIN

6.3.2 EMPLOYER

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6.3.3 JOBSEEKER

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6.4. USE CASE DIAGRAMS


6.4.1 ADMIN
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EMPLOYER

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6.4.3JOBSEEKER

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The data dictionary of any system is an integral component of structure analysis. Since
data flow diagrams by themselves do not fully describe the subject under investigation about
the system.
A data dictionary is a catalog -- a repository -- of the elements in the system. These
elements center on data and the way they are structured to meet user requirements and JOB
PORTAL needs. This step of creating a data dictionary is simultaneously with the process of
making data flow diagram(s). Here all the data fields in their respective tables are allocated
so as to access these data in the system.
The data dictionary consists of different major elements like Data Elements, Data Store
[Tables Used], Data Flow, Processes and other External entities used in the system. The data
dictionary stores details and description of these elements.
It is developed during data flow analysis and assists the analysts involved in determining the
system requirements. Analysts use data dictionary for the following important reasons:
To manage the details in large system.
To communicate a common meaning for all system elements.
To document the features of the system.
To facilitate analysis of the details in order to evaluate the characteristics and determine
where system changes should be made.
To locate errors and omissions in the system.

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7.1 DATA TABLES (OVERVIEW)


1) tbl_loginDetail
Field Name

Data

Description

loginId

Type
int

Id of User Login

emaiId

varchar(25

EmailId of User

password

)
varchar(25

Password of User

questionOne
questionTwo
answerOne

)
int
int
varchar(25

1st Question for Forgot Password


2nd Question for Forgot Password
1st Answer for Remember Password

answerTwo

)
varchar(25

2nd Answer for Remember Password

userType

)
varchar(25

Types of User

status

)
varchar(10

Active/No Active

lastLoginDate

)
Date

Date of User last login

Nul

Constratint

l
Primary
Key

Description:
Shows login information for users( jobseekers, Employers). Fill at the time of registration
process of the users.

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2) tbl_accounts
Field Name

Data Type

Description

Nul

Constratint

l
userId

Int

Id of User

Primary
Key

username
Password
lastLoginDate

varchar(25)
varchar(25)
Date

Name of User
Password of User
Date of User last login

Description:
Shows login information for administrator. Update last login date every time user login to the
system.

3) tbl_questions
Field Name

Data Type

Description

questioned

Int

Id of Question

questionName

varchar(25)

Name of Question

Nul

Constratint

l
Primary
Key

Description:
Shows question whitch is use at the time of forgot password. Used by both users.

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4) tbl_country
Field Name

Data Type

Description

Nul

Constratint

l
countryId

Int

Id of Country

Primary
Key

countryName

varchar(20)

Name of Country

Description:
This table is used at registration time of users(Jobseeker and Employer) and also used in
update profile of both users.
5) tbl_state
Field Name

Data Type

Description

Nul

Constratint

l
stateId

Int

Id of State

countryId
stateName

Int
varchar(20)

Id of Country
Name of State

Primary
Key
Foreign Key

Description:
Shows information for the state, insert by administrator.

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6) Table Name: tbl_city


Field Name

Data Type

Description

Nul

Constratint

l
cityId
stateId
cityName

Int
Int
varchar(20)

Id of City

Primary
Key
Foreign Key

Id of State
Name of City

Description:
Shows city information inserted by admin and use at the registration process by users.
7) Table Name: tbl_degree
Field Name

Data Type

Description

Nul

Constratint

l
degreeId

Int

Id of Degree

Primary
Key

degreeName
degreeType

varchar(25)
varchar(10)

Name of Degree
Type of Degree

Description:
Shows degree information inserted by admin and use at the registration process by users.

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8) Table Name: tbl_industry


Field Name

Data Type

Description

industryId

Int

Id of Industry

Nul

Constratint

l
Primary
Key
industryName

varchar(25)

Name of Industry

Description:
Shows industry information inserted by admin and use at the registration process by users.
9) Table Name: tbl_functionalArea
Field Name

Data Type

Description

Nul

Constratint

l
areaId

Int

Id of Functional Area

areaName

varchar(25)

Name of Functional Area

Primary
Key

Description:
Shows function information inserted by admin and use at the registration process by users.

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10) Table Name: tbl_jobseekerPersonal


Field Name

Data Type

Description

jobseekerId

Int

Id of Jobseeker

jsLoginId
jsFullName
jsAddress
jsGender
jsCountryId
jsStateId
jsCityId
jsMobileNumbe

Int
varchar(25)
varchar(50)
varchar(10)
Int
Int
Int
varchar(20)

Id of Jobseeker Login
Name of Jobseeker
Address of Jobseeker
Male/Female
Id of Country
Id of State
Id of City
Mobile Number of Jobseeker

r
jsPhoneNumber
jsEmailAlert
jsDOR
jsStatus
jsDOM

varchar(20)
varchar(25)
Date
varchar(10)
Date

Phone Number of Jobseeker


Active/Block
Date of Jobseeker Registration
Active/Block
Date of Modification

Nul

Constratint

l
Primary
Key
Foreign Key

Foreign Key
Foreign Key
Foreign Key

Description:
Shows personal information about users inserted by particular user at the registration time.

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11) Table Name: tbl_jobseekerProfessional
Field Name

Data Type

Description

Nul

Constratint

l
professionalId
jobseekerId
areaId
industryId
Keyskills
ExpYear
ExpMonth
SalaryLacs
SalaryThousand
showSalary
resumeHeadline
preferedJobLocatio

Int
Int
Int
Int
Varchar(50)
Int
Int
Int
Int
varchar(10)
varchar(20)
varchar(20)

n
resumePath
resumePostDate

varchar(50)
Date

Id of Professional Jobseeker
Id of Jobseeker
Id of Functional Area
Id of Industry
Keyskills of Jobseeker
Exp. of Jobseeker in Year
Exp. of Jobseeker in Month
Salary in Lacs
Salary in Thousand
Active/Block Sal to Employer
Headline of Resume
Jobseekers Preferred Job Loc

Primary Key
Foreign Key
Foreign Key
Foreign Key

Path of Jobseeker Resume


Post Date of Resume

Description:
Shows professional information about users inserted at the time of registration process by
users.

12) Table Name: tbl_jobseekerQualification

Field Name

Data Type

Description

Null

Constratin
t
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QualId
jobseekerId

Int
Int

Id of Jobseeker Qualification

Primary

Id of Jobseeker

Key
Foreign
Key

basicQualificatio

Int

Basic Qualification of Jobseeker

n
pgQualification
drQualification

Int
Int

Post Graduate Qualification of JS


Doctrate Qualification of

varchar(20)
varchar(20)
varchar(20)

Jobseeker
1st Course
2nd Course
3rd Course

courseOne
courseTwo
courseThree

Description:
Shows qualification information about users inserted by users at the time of registration.

13)Table Name: tbl_jobseekerEmployment

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Field Name

Data Type

Description

Nul

Constratint

l
empId
jobseekerId
companyName
designation
yearDuration
monthDuration
industryId
areaId

Int
Int
varchar(25)
varchar(20)
Int
Int
Int
Int

Id of Jobseeker Employment
Id of Jobseeker
Name of Company
Designation of JS in Company
Year of Jobseeker in Company
Month of Jobseeker in Company
Id of Industry
Id of Functional Area

Primary Key
Foreign Key

Foreign Key
Foreign Key

Description:
Shows jobseekers past and current employment detail inserted by jobseeker at registration
time.

14) Table Name: tbl_appliedJob


Field Name
applyId
jobseekerId
jobCode
applyDate

Data Type
Int
Int
Int
Date

Description
Id of Jobseeker Applied Job
Id of Jobseeker
Code of Jobseekers Job
Date of Apply Job

Null

Constratint
Primary Key
Foreign Key
Foreign Key

Description:
Shows information about applied job for each jobseeker.

16) Table Name: tbl_employerDetail

Field Name

Data Type

Description

Nul
l

employerId
empLoginId

Int
Int

Constratin

Id of Employer

t
Primary

Id of Employer Login

Key
Foreign
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Key
empCompanyName

varchar(25)

empCompanyAddres

Varchar(70)

s
empCountryId

Int

empStateId
empCityId

Name of Employer
Address

Company
of
Employer

Comp.

Int
Int

Id of Country

Foreign

Id of State

Key
Foreign

Id of City

Key
Foreign

empAreaID

Int

Id of Functional Area

Key
Foreign

empIndustryId

Int

Id of Industry

Key
Foreign

empContactPerson

varchar(25)

Contact of Employer

empDesignation

varchar(20)

Designation of Employer

empPhoneNumber

varchar(15)

Phone Number of Employer

empMobileNumber

varchar(15)

Mobile Number of

empLogoPath

varchar(50)

Employer
Logo Path of Employer

empStatus

varchar(10)

Active/Block

empDOR

Date

Date of Employer

Key

Registrati.

Description:
Shows information about employer, detail inserted at the time of registration by employer.

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17) Table Name: tbl_JsBlockEmp

Field Name
blockId
jobseekerId
employerId
blockDate

Data Type
Int
Int
Int
Date

Description
Id of Block User
Id of Jobseeker
Id of Employer
Date of JS Block Employer

Null

Constratint
Primary Key
Foreign Key
Foreign Key

Null

Constratint
Primary Key
Foreign Key
Foreign Key

Nul

Constratint

Description:
Shows information about blocked employer for each jobseeker.
18) Table Name: tbl_empViewJs

Field Name
viewId
employerId
jobseekerId
viewDate

Data Type
Int
Int
Int
Date

Description
Id of Employer View Jobseeker
Id of Jobseeker
Id of Employer
Date of View

Description:
Store viewed information for each jobseeker.

19) Table Name: tbl_jobs

Field Name

Data Type

Description

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jobCode

Int

Code of Job

empId
countryId
Stated
cityId
areaId
industryId
keyskills
Keywords
jobTitle
jobDescription
Postdate
expiryDate
canProfileDescriptio

Int
Int
Int
Int
Int
Int
Varchar(50)
Varchar(50)
Varchar(25)
varchar(70)
Date
Date
varchar(70)

Id of Employer
Id of Country
Id of State
Id of City
Id of Functional Area
Id of Industry
Keyskills
Keywords
Title of Job
Description of Job
Date of Post Job
Date for Expiry Job
Desc of candidate profile

n
workMinYear
workMaxYear
basicQualification
pgQualification
drQualification
companyName
companyProfile
companyWebsite
showEmail
requireEmployee
minSalary
maxSalary

Int
Int
Int
Int
Int
varchar(25)
varchar(70)
Varchar(25)
Varchar(10)
Int
Float
Float

Minimum Work Year


Maximum Work Year
Basic Qualification
Post Graduate Qualification
Doctorate Qualification
Name of Company
Profile of Company
Website of Company
Active/Block

jobStatus

Varchar(10)

Active/Block

Minimum Salary
Maximum Salary

Primary
Key
Foreign Key
Foreign Key
Foreign Key
Foreign Key
Foreign Key
Foreign Key

Description:
Shows information about job which is posted by each employers.
20) Table Name: tbl_empSaveJs

Field Name

Data Type

Description

Null

Constratint
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saveId
employerId
jobseekerId
saveDate

Int
Int
Int
Date

Id of saved profile
Id of Employer
Id of Jobseeker
Date of save JS Resume

Primary Key
Foreign Key
Foreign Key

Description:
Shows information about all saved profile of jobseeker perform by employer for future use.

21) Table Name: tbl_deactivatedUsers

Field Name
deactivateId
emailed
userType
reason
date

Data Type
Int
varchar(25)
varchar(10)
varchar(50)
Date

Description
Id of Deactivated User
Id of Email
Type of User
Reason for Deactivate
Date of Deactivation

Null

Constratint
Primary Key
Foreign Key
Foreign Key

Description:
Shows information about deactivation (including reason for leave) to admin, show kind of
response of the system.

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7.2 TIME CHART


Week

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

Date

15

22

29

12

19

26

12

19

26

16

23

30

Month
Activity

January

February

March

April

Requirement
Gathering
Analysis
Learning
Process
Design
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Coding
&Testing
Documentatio
n
Final
Documentatio
n

8.1 Admin Module


1) Admin Login Web Form

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Description:
Form through which Administrator or any higher authority can access the website.

2) Admin Home Web Form

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Description:
Shows his is the homepage of Admin. All operation of admin is shows on left side of the
form which are as:

Maintainance

Activity

Reports

In maintenance Admin can manage system tables whose information required by users.
Activity displays various activity like:

Block users

Block employers

Block Jobs
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Deactivation

First three shows management of users and fourth shows information (reason) about
deactivation. Report shows all report generated through database.

3) Admin Industry Web Form

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Description:
Admin can add Industry, search Industry, edit, update and delete Industry using this form.

4) Admin Country Web Form

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Description:
Admin can add Country, search Country, edit, update and delete Country.

5) Admin State Web Form

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Description:
Admin can select Country, add State, search State, edit, update and delete State.

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6) Admin City Web Form

Description:
Admin can select Country, select State and add City. It can also search City, edit, update and
delete City.

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7) Admin Functional Area Web Form

Description:
Admin can add Functional Area, search Functional Area, edit, update and delete Functional
Area.

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8) Admin Degree Web Form

Description:
Admin can add Degree, select Degree Type, search Degree, edit, update and delete Degree.

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9) Admin Registration Question Web Form

Description:
Admin can add Question, search Question, edit, update and delete Question.

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10) Admin Block User Web Form

Description:
Admin can Active or Block User. Shows two categories of users:

Active users

Blocked users

Active users can able to access the system but blocked users are prevented to access system.
Here it shows jobseeker as users.

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11) Admin Block Employers Web Form

Description:
This is the Admin Block Employers Web Form. Admin can Active or Block Employers.
Shows two categories of employers

Active Employers

Block Employers

Block Employers are prevented by accessing system.

12) Admin Block Job Web Form


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Description:
Admin can Active or Block Job. It can also view Type of Job, Company Name, Date of
Posting Job, Status of Job and Job Detail. Shows two categories of jobs.

Active Jobs and

Blocked Jobs

Blocked jobs are invisible to users throughout system.

13) Admin Deactivation Web Form

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Description:
Admin can shows list of deactivated users. Also contain reason for deactivation, kind of
response from users which shows weak point of the system.

14) Admin Account Web Form

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Description:
Shows account information about Admin. Shows last login date of Admin.

15) Admin Change Password Web Form

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Description:
Admin can change his password by providing correct old password.

16) Report For JobSeeker

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Description:
Report which displays all information about registered jobseekers to the system along with
their status and last active date.

17) Report For Employers

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Description:
Report which displays all information about registered Employers to the system along with
their status and last active date.

18) Report For Block JobSeeker

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Description:
Report which displays all information about blocked jobseekers to the system along with last
active date.

19) Report For Block Employer

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Description:
Report which displays all information about blocked Employers to the system along with last
active date.

20) Report For Block Job

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Description:
Report which displays all information about blocked jobs to the system along with last post
date.

21) Report For Block Employer By JobSeeker

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Description:
Report which displays all information about blocked Employers. This list is group by
jobseeker name. contains also last active date job employer and block date on which
employer is block by jobseeker.

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8.2 Employer Module

1) Employer Registration Web Form

Description:
Employer can add his/her registration detail to create his account to the JobCentre.

2) Employer Login Web Form


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Description:
Employer Login from this form this is the initial stage to access system.

3) Employer Account Web Form


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Description:
After successful login employer can shows his account information thorough my account
form it also provide initial starting point of various operation such as:
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Edit Profile

Change password

Post Job

Manage posted jobs

Shows saved jobseekers profile.

Deactivates his account.

3) Employer Edit Profile Web Form

Description:
Employers can edit their profile through this form. All employer information is provide to
particular text box or drop down list box which can be change by employers.
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4) Employer Change Password Web Form

Description:
Employers can change their password by providing their correct old password.

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5) Employer Post Job Web Form

Description:
Main task of employer is to post new jobs this form help employer to fill information about
new jobs.

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6) Employer Manage Jobs Web Form

Description:
Helps employers to manage their posted jobs also shows status of jobs. Jobs have main three
status as:

Active Job

Block Job

Expired Job

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Employer can also modify job detail, delete selected jobs and also have refresh facility to
refresh the job change post date of posted job to current date. Also shows responses for all
jobs.

7) Employer Modify Job Web Form

Description:
Helps Employers to modify detail of their posted Jobs.

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8) Employer View Job Web Form

Description:
Shows job detail in way jobseeker show it by accessing system.

10) Employer Jobseeker Applied Job Web Form

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Description:
Shows responses from jobseeker for particular job. Employer can see detail of jobseeker and
also can download their resume.

11) Employer Home Web Form

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Description:
This is the Employer Home page.

12) Employer Search Resume Web Form

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Description:
Employers can search resume according to their requirement by providing search criteria
such as:
Key skills
City
Industry type
Experience

13) Employer View Jobseeker Web Form

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Description:
Show detail information about jobseeker as it provided by jobseeker. Employer can do two
following task from this page:
Saved jobseekers profile
Contact jobseeker (Email or SMS)

14) Employer with Us Web Form

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Description:
Shows list of employers registered with JobCentre.

15) JobSeekers Saved Profile

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Description:
Shows list of jobseekers saved profile. Employer can view it from here and also he can
delete unwanted profile from list. It works as bookmark for jobseekers profile.

16)Deactivate Employer Account

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Description:
Employer can deactivate their profile from JobCentre. Deactivation will removes:

Employers profile information.

All work performs by employer on JobCentre.

17) Contact Jobseeker

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Description:
Employer can contact to the jobseeker. There are main two ways of contact.

Email

Short Message Service (SMS) to their mobile.

These information is provided by jobseeker at their registration time.

18) Contact JobSeeker(Email)

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Description:
Help Employer to send email to the selected jobseeker..

19)Contact Jobseeker(SMS)

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Description:
Help Employer to send sms to the selected jobseeker..

8.3 Jobseeker Module

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1) Jobseeker Registration Web Form

Description:
Helps new jobseeker to create their profile, resume to the JobCentre. It is required to register
account before accessing system. Unregister jobseeker can only search job by criteria but not
able to apply.
.

2) Jobseeker Login Web Form

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Description:
After successful registration process user can access system by login by providing email as
username and password. This page helps jobseeker to login.

3) Jobseeker Account Web Form

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Description:
After successful login jobseeker can shows his account information thorough my profile form
it also provide initial starting point of various operation such as:

Edit Profile

Change password

Employers preview

Block employers list

Deactivate account

4) Jobseeker Edit Profile Web Form

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Description:
Jobseeker can edit their profile through this form. All jobseeker information is provide to
particular text box or drop down list box which can be change by jobseeker.

5) Jobseeker Change Password Web Form

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Description:
Jobseeker can change their current password by providing correct old password and new
password.

6) Jobseeker Employers Preview Web Form

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Description:
Shows jobseeker profile in a way it shows to the Employer side.

7) Jobseeker Block Employers Web Form

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Description:
Jobseeker can block employers. Block employers by jobseeker are not able to find jobseeker
on JobCentreThis is the Jobseeker Block Employers Web Form. In this Form, It can Block
or Unblock the Employer.

8) Jobseeker Home Web Form

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Description:
Shows jobseeker home page. It shows two panel to the right side as:

My profile

Profile view Detail

My profile shows information about jobseeker profile and profile view detail shows
information that who showed jobseeker profile.

9) Jobseeker My Jobs (Matching Jobs)

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Description:
Shows information about matching jobs to the jobseeker according to their given profile.
Two panel at the right also shows in this page..

10) Jobseeker My Jobs (Applied Jobs)

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Description:
Shows list of applied jobs by jobseeker along with the date of apply.

11) Jobseeker View Job Web Form

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Description:
Shows information about selected jobs. Main two task of jobseeker shows on this page as:

Apply for job

Remove applied job

Apply to the job is main task of jobseeker. Jobseeker can also remove applied job from the
list.

12) Jobseeker View Profile Web Form

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Description:
Shows jobseeker profile information in a way employer can view it.

13) Jobseeker Viewers Web Form

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Description:
Shows list of employers who shows jobseekers profile along with the view date.

14) Jobseeker Search Job Web Form

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Description:
Jobseeker can search job according to their requirement by providing search criteria such as:
Key words
City
Industry type
Experience

15) Jobseeker Applied Job Web Form

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Description:
After search appropriate job user can shows job detail and apply by simply click on apply
button as shows in figure.

16) Jobseeker Employer With Us Web Form

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Description:
Shows list of employers register with JobCentre.

17) Jobseeker Employer With Us Web Form

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Description:
Jobseeker can deactivate their profile from JobCentre. Deactivation will removes:

Jobseeker profile information.

All work performs by Jobseeker on JobCentre.

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After the phase of coding Programmers work on the phase of testing and debugging.
All programs are must tested to ensure that it functions correctly.
Program testing involves fixing two types of errors.
1) Compile time testing:Programs are compiled using a CASE tools or a language compiler. This process detects
syntax errors, which are language grammar errors. Programmer corrects the errors until
the program executes properly.
2) Desk checking:Desk checking is the process of reviewing the program code to spot logic errors, which
produces incorrect results.
Two formal types of desk checking:

Structured workthrough:-Group of three or five IT staff members


participate in code review.Other programmers and analysts who did not
work on project, also involved in code review.

Design workthrough:-This involves people who are users ,to review the
interface of the system.

Test Plan:A test plan consists of detailed procedures that specify how and when the testing will be
performed,who will participate, and what test data will be used.
Test data should contain both correct and error prone data and should test all possible
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Unit Testing:Testing of individual program or module is called Unit Testing.


Objective: - to identify and eliminate execution errors that could cause the program to
terminate abnormally.
Stub testing:In stub testing programmer simulates each program outcome or result and displays a message
to indicate whether or not the program executed successfully.
Each stub represents an entry or exit point that will be linked later to another program or data
file.
Integration testing or link testing:In such testing two or more program that depends on each other is tested.
System Testing:During a system testing, users enter data, including samples of actual, or live data, perform
quires, and produce reports to simulate actual operating conditions.
Objectives:Perform a final test of all programs.
Demonstrates that users can interact with the system successfully.
Confirm that the information system can handle predicted volumes of data in a timely and
efficient manner.
Acceptance Test:Successful completion of system testing is the key to user and management approval. Final
acceptance test will be performed during systems installation and evaluation.

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Scopes:
1)

Easy to update.

2)

Time Effective.

3)

Easy to Maintenance.

4)

Less Data Redundancy.

5)

User right will be given by Admin only for security reason.

6)

User access service of system by simply fill the signup form.

7)

Any (Authorized, Guest) user can use this system.

Limitations:
1) There is no end for the development of any system. So, every system has its own
limitation.
2)

Reports are not provided to the employer, which is needed.

3)

No handling for transaction between employer and admin (ex: Use of PayPal)

4)

No email alerts are send to jobseeker about matching job, they have to login to the

system
5)

No email alerts are sending to the employer to alert them about posted job expiry date.

6) There is only one administrator account to manage whole system.

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As Business Rules and User Requirements are not remaining intact, the changeovers in the
system will be continual process.
No Project can be teamed as perfect in real sense and there always remains scope for further
improvement and so that helps to develop a new version. We are always eager to know some
new points and validation related to the projects and which give us more knowledge and
helps us to create new version.
Some enhancement needed for JobCentre is as follows.
Reports are provided to the employers.
Implement the use of PayPal with the system to manage transaction.
Administrator create different subadmin account and assign them work.
Admin and subadmin can confirm sending of email to the jobseeker.
Email and sms alert also send to the employer for give alert about
expiry date of posted jobs.
Send Email in HTML format to jobseeker for simplicity.
Email about job alert send to the jobseeker in regular time period or at
time where there is new jop is posted. SMS about this also send to the
user.
We would like to thank the project guide and organization staffs that extended all their
support and helped us complete this project successfully.

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Experience of journey during Project Duration


During the journey we learnt about the Job Portal. We were completely unaware of what type
of JobSeekers are eligible for their profile based on Job but now we have a sound knowledge
about Job Portal. We developed Job Portal for our project and learn a lot like

Get Experience on working of job portal.


How data are flow in the system.
Understanding of how to transaction are manage of job portal.
What is basic requirement for employer and jobseeker.
How admin interact with system.

During analysis process we analyze various available job portals. And learn how they interact
with data. And get basic requirement from that sites. Also cover requirement from the client
which is different from basic requirement.
During design process we use various technique make design interactive, sometimes client
does not like this design and we have to change it all according to client requirement for their
simplicity.
Coding process want highest time among all stage. During coding we have to make mind
clear about client requirement and data flow otherwise it is hard to think logic and process
further. Sometimes changes in coding also needed according to client and system
requirement.

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