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INTRODUCTION:
Mobile based COLLEGE PORTAL is application which reduces the manual effort by introducing online ser ice! "t is a mobile application that pro ides the information about our college to students#anonymous users! "n some situations students might be out of stations or they may be non$local students if they don%t &now anything about what is new in college or what is happening in the college in that case if he#she can generally browse the net and search for our college website or may directly go to that college and consult the administration 'so it is such a big process! "t is such a waste of time' so we are introducing new online application! This application allows the (tudents to browse the college website through mobile! (tudents need to register in application along with their details li&e student$id' student name' d!o!b' gender' personal contact' and current address email$address! After registration she#he can chec& for desired details about attendance' results' and e ents!

1.1MOTIVATION:
"n present scenario' we can &now the information regarding students' attendance' e)am results' and e ents going on in the college either through notice board or by consulting the administration! so to reduce the student effort! we are introducing this application mobile based college portal management system!

1.2PROBLEM DEFINITION:
"n order to o ercome the present problem this application *college portal* is useful in &nowing information li&e attendance' e)am results' and e ents from anywhere without wasting user time and without much effort!

1.3OBJECTIVE OF PROJECT:
The main ob+ecti e of the pro+ect is that introducing mobile ser ices to the college portal management system and reducing the time of the students! This application which reduces the manual effort by introducing online ser ice! "t is a mobile application that pro ides the information about the student%s attendance' results and e ents! The purpose of this (oftware Re,uirement (pecification -(R(. is to help the pro+ect!

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"t is pro ided with some re,uirements which are used in mobile based COLLEGE PORTAL ! All parts/ design' coding andtesting will be prepared with helping of (R(! The purpose of this document is tode elopers as to what is to be e)pected and how the componentsof the system are to wor& with each other with e)ternal systems!This document will be chec&ed by group member%s super isor and it willcorrected by members if super isor orders!

1.4LIMITATIONS OF PROJECT:

"t is time consuming! The information that is gi en to the user is done manually.

1.5ORGANISATION OF DOCUMENTATION
The organi0ation of document pro ides the basic report of the stages encountered in the pro+ect de elopment' in the form of chapters1111! Chapter23 The Chapter2 pro ides the "ntroduction of the pro+ect! Chapter43 The Chapter4 deals with the literature sur ey'which pro ides the information regarding the need of de eloping the pro+ect ! Chapter53 The Chapter5 specifies about the software re,uirements' which help in building the pro+ect for de eloping the code' and a database to store the information! Chapter63 The Chapter6 specifies feasibility report and design phase of pro+ect! Chapter73 The Chapter7 shows the detail "mplementation of module description! Chapter83 The Chapter8 specifies the Testing' in which Testing refers to the testing methodologies! Chapter93 The Chapter9 Result' which specifies the output of the code generated! Chapter:3 The Chapter: is the Conclusion and ;uture (cope part!
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Chapter<3 This chapter< specifies =ibliography which consists of additional reference sites and boo&s! Chapter2>3 This chapter2> Appendi) is to specify the additional information regard the code and some e)pansions and etc!

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2. LITERATURE SURVEY
2.1. INTRODUCTION: After analy0ing the re,uirements of the tas& to be performed' the ne)t step is to analy0e the problem and understand its conte)t! The first acti ity in the phase is studying the e)isting system and other is to understand the re,uirements and domain of the new system! =oth the acti ities are e,ually important' but the first acti ity ser es as a basis of gi ing the functional specifications and then successful design of the proposed system! ?nderstanding the properties and re,uirements of a new system is more difficult and re,uires creati e thin&ing and understanding of e)isting running system is also difficult' improper understanding of present system can lead di ersion from solution!

2.2 EXISTING SYSTEM:
"n the e)isting system if we want to &now about any details of our college we ha e go through the web$site of our college -or. we ha e to directly go to the college and en,uiry.

2.3LIMITATIONS IN THE EXISTING SYSTEM:
• • • "n this e)isting system we ha e to &now about the web$site of our college! @e ha e to en,uiry all the particular detail so it is time ta&ing process! The information that is to be gi en is done manually

2.4 PROPOSED SYSTEM:
"n this proposal system we are pro iding the mobile application to the college system! "n this mobile application we can search about our desired module li&e attendance'e ents'results from e erywhere and at anytime!

2.5 CONCLUSION:
=y this mobile based application Acollege portalB'a user can get desired information about his#her attendance 'results and e ents that are to be held in our college!

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3. ANALYSIS
3.1 INTRODUCTION:
The model that is basically being followed is the (P"RAL MOCEL' which states that the phases are organi0ed in a linear order! ;irst of all the feasibility study is done! Once that part is o er the re,uirement analysis and pro+ect planning begins! "f system e)ists any modification and addition of new module is needed' analysis of present system can be used as basic model! The design starts after the re,uirement analysis is complete and the coding begins after the design is complete! Once the programming is completed' the testing is done! "n this model the se,uence of acti ities performed in a software de elopment pro+ect are3 $  Re,uirement Analysis  Pro+ect Planning  (ystem design  Cetail design  Coding  ?nit testing  (ystem integration D testing Eere the linear ordering of these acti ities is critical! End of the phase and the output of one phase is the input of other phase! The output of each phase is to be consistent with the o erall re,uirement of the system! (P"RAL MOCEL was defined by =arry =oehm in his 2<:: article' AA spiral Model of (oftware Ce elopment and Enhancement! This model was not the first model to discuss iterati e de elopment' but it was the first model to e)plain why the iteration models! As originally en isioned' the iterations were typically 8 months to 4 years long! Each phase starts with a design goal and ends with a client re iewing the progress thus far! Analysis and engineering efforts are applied at each phase of the pro+ect' with an eye toward the end goal of the pro+ect!

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2 SOFTWARE RE UIREMENT SPECIFICATIONS This document is the complete product re.uirements documents that e)ist for the mobile based college portal! 3.uirements placed on the mobile based college portal by the administrator' catalogued in an unambiguous fashion! ?nless otherwise stated' this document' and any future re isions of this document'supersedes all other re.ig 5!2 3 (piral Model 3.1 USER RE UIREMENTS: • • • Few users gi e his complete personnal' address and phone details for registration! student can search for attendance student can search for results! 6 .2.uirement specification for the Mobile based college portal ! This is the only document that contains all information regarding the re.The following diagram shows how a spiral model acts li&e: .

2.3 CONTENT DIAGRAM OF PROJECT: 7 .2 SOFTWARE RE UIREMENTS • • • • • GCH 2!8 Apache tomcat ser er Oracle 2>g Android (CH Eclipse "CE 3.3 H!"#$!"% R%&'("%)%*+.2.: • • • • Android mobile de ice! 4G= RAM! ECC 6> G= Eard Cis& (pace! "ntel Pentium 6 3.• student can search for e ents! 3.

4 CONCLUSION The Analysis and (oftware Re. is to help the pro+ect! "t is pro ided with some re.uirements placed on the mobile based college portal management system and ser es as a contract between the students and the college as to what is to be e)pected of the mobile based college portal management system' and how the components of the system are to wor& with each other with e)ternal systems! This document will be chec&ed by group member%s super isor and it will corrected by members if super isor orders! 8 .uirement (pecification -(R(.3.uirements which are used in mobile based college portal management system! All parts/ design' coding and testing will be prepared with helping of (R(! The purpose of this document is to detail the re.

uality! Cesign is the only way that we can accurately translate a customer%s iew into a finished software product or system! (oftware design ser es as a foundation for all the software engineering steps that follow! @ithout a strong design we ris& building an unstable system J one that will be difficult to test' one whose .1 INTRODUCTION3 (oftware design sits at the technical &ernel of the software engineering process and is applied regardless of the de elopment paradigm and area of application! Cesign is the first step in the de elopment phase for any engineered product or system! The designer%s goal is to produce a model or representation of an entity that will later be built! =eginning' once system re. 4. DESIGN 4. depicts the relationship between the dataob+ects! The ERC is the notation that is used to conduct the date modeling acti itythe attributes of each data ob+ect noted is the ERC can be described resign a dataob+ect descriptions! The set of primary components that are identified by the ERC are • • Cata ob+ect Relationships 9 .uired to build and erify software! The importance can be stated with a single word AIualityB! Cesign is the place where .2 ER-UML DIAGRAMS  ER.uirement ha e been specified and analy0ed' system design is the first of the three technical acti ities $design' code and test that is re.uality cannot be assessed until the last stage.uality is fostered in software de elopment! Cesign pro ides us with representations of software that can assess for .4.DIAGRAMS: • The relation upon the system is structure through a conceptual ER$Ciagram' which not only specifics the e)istential entities but also the standard relations through which the system e)ists and the cardinalities that are necessary for the system state to continue! • The Entity Relationship Ciagram -ERC.

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+%) 14 .select results() #.C.uence diagram depicts the interactions between class instances' in the form of method calls and call returns shows a specific scenario of e)ecution in the system in terms of ob+ect instances! This diagram focuses on the time ordered messages between ob+ects that collaborate to accomplish some tas&! : student : home page1 : student details : attendance : results : events 1.get attendance status() !.select events() $.get events details() F(4 4.select attendance() .27C8.enter student details() 3.2.check results() ".enter home page() 2.0.SE UENCE DIAGRAMS: SE UENCE DIAGRAM: (e.%&'%*9% #(!4"!) 62" 9233%4% 52"+!3 )!*!4%)%*+ .

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'3+ )2#'3% This is the second module of the college portal management system!"n this results module user can &now about results according to their hall tic&et number'year'branch and semester!user can also choose e)amination type and e)amination category!After entering student details and choosing e)amination type D category student can get mar&s according to his#her selected sub+ect! Tab 6!5!4 Results table Tab 6!5!4-a. E)am category table 24 . R%.4.2.3.

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1 OUTPUT SCREENS: This chapter describes about the output screens! .1.1 EXPLANATION OF ?EY FUNCTIONS: 5. IMPLEMENTATION > RESULTS 5.5. HOME PAGE: (cr3 7!2!2-A. screen shot for home page NAVIGATION: Go to $ Oeclipse$Oselect pro+ect file$Orun$Oclic& on college portal app! 31 .ollowing are the output screens of our pro+ect! 2! Eome page 4! (tudent details 5! Attendance information 6! Results information 7! E ents information 1.

screen shot for student details NAVIGATION: Go to $ Oeclipse$Oselect pro+ect file$Orun$Oclic& on go to college portal button$O enter student details! 32 . STUDENT DETAILS: (cr3 7!2!2-=.2.

ATTENDANCE INFORMATION: (cr3 7!2!2-C.3. screen shot for attendance information NAVIGATION: Go to $ Oeclipse$Oselect pro+ect file$Orun$Oclic& on college portal$Oselect attendance module$Opic& a date$Ochec& attendance! 33 .

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easibility TECHNICAL FEASIBILITY: The technical issue usually raised during the feasibility stage of the in estigation includes the following3 KCoes the necessary technology e)ist to do what is suggestedN • • • • Co the proposed e.5.uipments ha e the technical capacity to hold the data re.uiries' regardless of the number or location of usersN Can the system be upgraded if de elopedN Are there technical guarantees of accuracy' reliability' ease of access and data securityN OPERATIONAL FEASIBILITY: Proposed pro+ects are beneficial only if they can be turned out into information system! That will meet the organi0ation%s operating re.uate response to in.uired to use the new systemN @ill the proposed system pro ide ade.uirements! Operational feasibility aspects of the pro+ect are to be ta&en as an important part of the pro+ect implementation! (ome of the important issues raised are to test the operational feasibility of a pro+ect includes the following3 • "s there sufficient support for the management from the usersN 39 .2 RESULT ANALYSIS: FEASIBILITY REPORT Preliminary in estigation e)amine pro+ect feasibility' the li&elihood the system will be useful to the organi0ation! The main ob+ecti e of the feasibility study is to test the Technical' Operational and Economical feasibility for adding new modules and debugging old running system! All system is feasible if they are unlimited resources and infinite time! There are aspects in the feasibility study portion of the preliminary in estigation3 • • • Technical .easibility Operation .easibility Economical .

• • @ill the system be used and wor& properly if it is being de eloped and implementedN @ill there be any resistance from the user that will undermine the possible application benefitsN This system is targeted to be in accordance with the abo e$mentioned issues! =eforehand' the management issues and user re.uirements ha e been ta&en into consideration! (o there is no .uire any addition hardware or software! (ince the interface for this system is de eloped using the e)isting resources and technologies a ailable at A=C Tech' There is nominal e)penditure and economical feasibility for certain! 5. P 40 .ual or e)ceed the costs! The system is economically feasible! "t does not re.uestion of resistance from the users that can undermine the possible application benefits! The well$planned design would ensure the optimal utili0ation of the computer resources and would help in the impro ement of performance status! ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY: A system can be de eloped technically and that will be used if installed must still be a good in estment for the organi0ation! "n the economical feasibility' the de elopment cost in creating the system is e aluated against the ultimate benefit deri ed from the new systems! .inancial benefits must e.3 METHOD OF IMPLEMENTATION: HOME ACTIVITY: import android!app!Acti ity/ import android!content!"ntent/ import android!os!=undle/ import android!pro ider!Contacts!"ntents/ import android! iew!Liew/ import android! iew!Liew!OnClic&Listener/ import android!widget!=utton/ public class Eomeacti ity e)tends Acti ityP =utton atd'res'e t/ QO erride protected oid onCreate-=undle sa ed"nstance(tate.

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uirements analysis are elements are tested as a whole! constructed! .uirements established as part of alidated against the software that has been software re. TESTING > VALIDATION @.S @.uirement analysis where the information domain' functions' beha ior' performance' constraints and alidation criteria for software are established! Mo ing inward along the spiral' we come to design and finally to coding! To de elop computer software we spiral in along streamlines that decrease the le el of abstraction on each turn! A strategy for software testing may also be iewed in the conte)t of the spiral! ?nit testing begins at the erte) of the spiral and concentrates on each unit of the software as implemented in source code! Testing progress is done by mo ing outward along the spiral to integration testing' where the focus is on the design and the construction of the software architecture! Tal&ing another turn on outward on the spiral we encounter alidation testing where re.1. INTRODUCTION: (oftware testing is a critical element of software .uality assurance and represents the ultimate re iew of specification' design and coding! "n fact' testing is the one step in the software engineering process that could be iewed as destructi e rather than constructi e! A strategy for software testing integrates software test case design methods into a well$planned series of steps that result in the successful construction of software! Testing is the set of acti ities that can be planned in ad ance and conducted systematically! The underlying moti ation of program testing is to affirm software .uality with methods that can economically and effecti ely apply to both strategic to both large and small$scale systems! STRATEGIC APPROACH TO SOFTWARE TESTING: The software engineering process can be iewed as a spiral! "nitially system engineering defines the role of software and leads to software re.inally we arri e at system testing' where the software and other system 47 .

TESTING OBJECTIVES: Testing is a process of e)ecuting a program with the intent of finding an error! A good case is one that has a high probability of finding an error! A successful test is one that unco ers a yet undisco ered error! "f testing is conducted successfully it will unco er errors in the software! Testing cannot show the absence of defects' it can only show the software defects are present! 48 .

+(*4 The main use of the white bo) testing is in error based testing! "t is predict on close e)amination of procedural detail logical pro iding test cases that e)ercise specific sets of conditions and#or loops test path enough the software! =asis path testing is a white bo) testing techni.TESTING TYPES A product can be tested in one of two ways! 1. B3!9< B2: T%. W/(+% B2: T%.uality with methods that can economically and effecti ely apply to both strategic to both large and small$scale systems! 1.+(*4 ?nit testing focuses on erifying the effort on the smallest unit of software module! The local data structure is e)amined to ensure that the date stored temporarily maintains its integrity during all steps in the algorithm%s e)ecution! =oundary conditions are tested to ensure that the module operates properly at boundaries established to limit or restrict processing! 49 . U*(+ T%.+(*4 The concept of the blac& bo) is used to represent a system whose inside wor&ings or no a ailable for inspection! "n a blac& bo)' the test item is treated as a Ablac&B since its logic is un&nown3 all that is &nown is what goes in and what comes out' or the input and output! Eere' in this AElectronic Management "nformation (ystemB the internal functionalities ha e been tested! 2.ue! The basis path method enables the test case designer to deri e a logical comple)ity of a procedural design and use this measure as a guide for defining as basis set of e)ecution path! TESTING STRATEGIES A strategy for software testing integrates software test case design methods into a well$planned series of steps that result in the successful construction of software! Testing is the set of acti ities that can be planned in ad ance and conducted systematically! The underlying moti ation of program testing is to affirm software .

DESIGN OF TEST CASES AND SCENARIOS 50 .2.+(*4 Performance Testing is used to test runtime performance of software within the conte)t of an integrated system! Performance test are often coupled with stress testing and re.2.+(*4 Cata can be tested across an interface! One module can ha e an inad ertent' ad erse effect on the other! "ntegration testing is a systematic techni. I*+%4"!+(2* T%. P%"62")!*9% T%.uire both software instrumentation! @.ue for constructing a program structure while conducting tests to unco er errors associated with interring! 3.

+ C!.onditions: 1! "! #ctions he student clicks on submit button if they are $alid then it redirects to another page Pass: !es onditions pass: -o Prob%ems / 'ssues: -'.state he system should ha$e a connection .ith the database+ E$pected Resu%ts it gi$es entry of user details successful+ &ai%: -o @.eb ser$er should be in %.2 T%.2.+ C!.1 T%.% R%52"+1: Test case 1: entry of student details Test Objective: as the student enters the details and clicks on the submit button it redirects to another page Test Description: he student click on the submit button the total details are stored in database Requirements Verified: !es Test Environment: : "pache omcat #er$er %racle 10g &cllipse '(& "ndroid #() *() 1+6 Test Setup/Pre.2.% "%52"+ 2: 51 . (otes: entry of student details is successesful he .@.

Test case ": selection of the module Test Objective: after the entry of student details the student selects the module+ Test Description: : after the entry of student details if they are $alid it redirects to ne/t page+"fter the redirection student should select any one of the module from three modules Requirements Verified: !es Test Environment: : "pache omcat #er$er %racle 10g &clipse '(& "ndroid #() *() 1+6 Test Setup/Pre.ith the database+ E$pected Resu%ts selects any module from 1edirection to modules page is succesfull &ai%: -o attendance0results0e$ents Pass: !es onditions pass: -o Prob%ems / 'ssues: -'.3T%.+ C!.2.state he system should ha$e a connection .onditions: 1! "! #ctions he student he .% "%52"+3: 52 . (otes: redirection to ne$t pa)e is succesfu%% @.eb ser$er should be in %.

eb ser$er should be in %.+C!.ith those details+ Requirements Verified: !es Test Environment: "pache omcat #er$er Test Environment: : "pache omcat #er$er %racle 10g %racle 10g &clipse '(& &clipse '(& "ndroid #() "ndroid #() *() 1+6 *() 1+6 Test Setup/Pre.state 1! he .% "%52"+ 4: 53 .ed Test Description: student selects the attendance 0picks a Description: student enters the details year0branch0semester0sub4ect theTest attendance status of he his2her as present2absent on thelike chosed date Requirements Verified: !es and searches for the result .2.ith the database+ "! he system should ha$e a connection .onditions: 1! he . Prob%ems / 'ssues: -'.onditions: Test Setup/Pre.ed (otes: attendance status is successfully displayed+ @.4 T%. (otes: resu%ts are successfu%%.eb ser$er should be in %.state "! he system should ha$e a connection . disp%a.ith the database+ #ctions #ctions students enters the $alid details to enter the result page #tudent clicks on attendance and enters the $alid details+ E$pected Resu%ts E$pected Resu%ts 3e can confirm the result of 3e can confirm the result of this test case as success if this test case as success if the the marks are displayed attendance status is displayed according to the search+ on the date picked by the student+ &ai%: -o &ai%: -o Pass: !es onditions pass: -o Pass: !es onditions pass: -o Prob%ems / 'ssues: -'.Test case *: attendance Test Objective: student clicks on attendance and checks the status Test case +: resu%ts Test Objective: he o check .hether the results are displayed ordate not+ then student is $ie.

+C!. (otes: e$ents page is successfully displayed+ onditions pass: -o &ai%: -o #ctions #tudent enters the $alid details to enter the e$ents page @.ise +student can also check .ith the database+ E$pected Resu%ts 3e can confirm the result of this test case as success if the e$ents 0e$ent5$enue0 e$ent5type0 e$ent5timings are displayed+ Pass: !es Prob%ems / 'ssues: -'.onditions: 1! "! he .state he system should ha$e a connection .2.eb ser$er should be in %.5T%. a $alid student to check for the e$ents that are to be held in the college+ Test Description: he user selects the e$ents module and it is redirected to the e$ents page+ student can check the e$ents according to the branch5.Test case -: events Test Objective: o allo.% "%52"+5: 54 .hom the e$ents are conducted by+ Requirements Verified: !es Test Environment: "pache omcat #er$er %racle 10g &clipse '(& "ndroid #() *() 1+6 Test Setup/Pre.ise and also year5.hether it is a cultural e$ent or the technical e$ent+ student can also see the $enue0 timings and by .

A. CONCLUSION P"2.uired id%s he #she can &now the internal and e)ternal' regular and supplementary results! "f user want to &now about the e ents conducted in college by selecting the e ents module he#she can &now which types of e entsN at which placeNat what timeN Can be &nown in a easy and efficiency manner!! ?sing this application user can sa e his time! FUTURE ENHANCEMENTS: • • • "n future we can pro ide notifications regarding attendance updates' results updates' e ents updates!! "n future by need of user' we will add information about the faculty! @e can pro ide the total information about infrastructure' transportation etc!!' 55 .(2*: "f we are new to college or unable to &now information about attendance' results' e ents conducted in college this application is ery useful ! This application is di ided into three modules i0!!' attendance management' results management' e ents management !As the user registers it displays the modules! =y this student can choose his#her desired module and can the get the information he#she is loo&ing for! "f user want to &now information about attendance by gi ing student $id' branch$id'year$ id and sem Jid' he#she can &now his attendance percentage !in same manner by gi ing re.%9+ C2*93'.

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