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SEMINAR ON INDUSTRIAL TRAINING (June-July, 2013) Website Based On Online Questions & Answers

Submitted by-: Bhupendra kumar dudhwal

Registration Number-11009181

Under the guidance of Mr. Ajay Sharma, Manager in Silicon Computer Centre

Discipline of CSE/IT Lovely Professional University, Phagwara June-July, 2013.

DECLARATION I hereby declare that I have completed my six weeks summer training at SILICON COMPUTER CENTRE from 31 May,2013 to 10 July,2013 under the guidance of Mr. Ajay Sharma. I have worked with full dedication during these six weeks and my learning outcomes fulfill the requirements of training. (Signature of Student) Name of Student :Bhupendra Kumar Dudhwal Registration Number:11009181 Date: ___________________

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Apart from the efforts of me, the success of my project depends largely on the encouragement and guidelines of many others. I take this opportunity to express my gratitude to the people who have been instrumental in the successful completion of this project. I would like to show my greatest appreciation to my project in-charge, Mr. D. V. MANIK . I cant say thank you enough for the tremendous support and help. I feel motivated and encouraged every time I attend her meeting. Without her encouragement and guidance this project work would not have materialized. Im highly grateful to Mr. AJAY Sharma, MANAGER at SILICON COMPUTER CENTRE, for his thorough guidance right from day 1 till the end of training. He actually laid the ground for conceptual understanding of technologies used in project.


S. NO. 1. Company Profile


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(i) About Company Philosophy (ii) Management 2. 3. 4. (i) Profile about the problem (i) Existing system Problem Analysis (i) Product definition (ii) Feasibility Analysis 5. 6. Software Requirement Analysis Design (i) Tables and their relationships (ii) Flowcharts/Pseudo code 7. 8. 9. 10. Source Code Screen Shots Gantt chart Project Legacy (ii) Technical and Managerial lessons learnt. 11. Bibliography


FOUNDER- Mr. D.V. Manik(Director)/ Ret. Executive Engg., PWD The Silicon Computer Centre have been emerged as one of the premier institute situated in Muzaffarmagar(U.P.). Many of our students have reached top positions in the country. We have well qualified and dedicated teaching fraternity who are putting all efforts to bring out real educated personalities from our institutions. The institutions are equipped with latest gadgets, teaching aids, laboratories , well-furnished classrooms with facilities and this facility has created a congenial and serene atmosphere for learning and teaching process. Mr. Shubham kumar has 10 years experience with SILICON COMPUTER CENTRE as HEAD OF DEPT. In CS/IT

This project is intended to develop a dynamic website of SILICON COMPUTER CENTRE and further do the necessary modifications to keep the site updated the website has been developed using MICROSOFT VISUAL STUDIO 2010.

Profile about the problem

Project Title Project Duration: Project category: : INSTANT ANSWER 6 Weeks Web Based Application

The project named QUICK ANSWER is developed using .NET during the industrial training. This project has been developed in partial fulfilment of Requirements for the degree of B.TECH(CSE) from Lovely Professional University,Jalandhar.

Existing System
The website serves as a platform for users to ask and answer questions, and, through active participation, to vote questions and answers up or down and edit questions and answers. It is a question and answer site for professional and enthusiast programmers. It's not a discussion forum. There's no chit-chat, Just questionsand answers. Good answers are voted up and rise to the top.The best answers show up first so that they are always easy to find.The person who asked can mark one answer as "accepted".

Problem Analysis
Product definition: Feasibility Analysis:

Software Requirement Analysis

The system must have following software requirements: Client OS with .NET framework 4.5 Server OS with .NET framework 4.5 MS SQL DBMS (2005/2008)

Tables and their relationships :

Tables Student Topic Question Answer

The following are the relations we have designed to manage the database. Here we have followed a convention of having the table names with tb as a prefix, and the remaining name of the table represent the description of the data inside that table.

Tables Student
Column Name Datatype Key Description

stucod Stunam stueml stupwd

Int varchar(100) Varchar(50) Varchar(50)





Column Name Datatype Key Description

topcod topnam

Int Varchar(100)


Column Name Datatype Key Description

qstcod qstpstdat qsttopcod qststucod Qstdsc qstatt

Int datetime int Int Ntext Varchar(50)


Fk Fk


Column Name




anscod ansqstcod ansdsc ansdat ansatt


Int Int Ntext datetime Varchar(50)

Pk Fk

Flowcharts/Pseudo code: The various roles through which the data flows used in the project are:

Source Code

Gantt chart
Describing a timeline of how I worked in six weeks of training

Id no


1 june-7 june

8june-14 june

15 june21 june

22 june28 june

29 june6 july

7 july-14 july

Basics of html,css,javascript

Basic theory

Basic on visual studio

Designing web forms

coding based designing

modifications and testing