You are on page 1of 12

Feasibility Report

FEASIBILTY REPORT
Civil Registry

Date of Submission: August 26,2011 Student’s Name: Mandeep Kaur (CSE/08/327) Mansi (CSE/08/331) Prateek Goenka(CSE/08/337)

Page 1 of 12

...............................8 2..5 Assumptions and Constraints..................................................6 Site or Facility Impacts....10 3.........................9 2......................................................................................................................................................................1........9 3...............6.2 Current Functional Procedures..........................................8 2..........................Feasibility Report TABLE OF CONTENTS 1...............................2 Coordination.11 3.........6 Methodology...................................................................................................5 1...........................................4..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1.................8 Recommendation....................4 Project References.......................7 Security and Privacy Impacts.......4 Impacts.4...........1.........................................................................4 Performance Objectives........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................11 3..................11 3..................................................................................................................................................................................3 Organizational Impacts.............................................................................................................................................2 Software Impacts...............10 3.2 Input/ Output.....................................................................................................1 Description of [Alternative System Name]..............................1 Equipment Impacts..................................................................................4.....................4 1..........10 3..................8 2........................................................................1.........................1 Information............5 1.......................4 Project References.......................1 Purpose..............................................................................................................................................................................................3 System Overview.....................................6......................4.3 1......................4 Operational Impacts................................................................................3 Processing.................................................................6 2...................................6 Physical Environment.....................5 2.....11 3............10 3...............................5 Developmental Impacts.....................................9 2.....................................................................................................................................................5 1.1 Description of Proposed System...................................................................5 System Interaction.........................................................2 Scope......4.....................................5 Acronyms and Abbreviations....8 2..........................................................................................4...........1 Environment....................................................10 3........................8 2...............................................................1................................................................................................3 Time and Resource Costs..................6 2...1 Organizations Involved..........1..........5 Rationale for Recommendations..................................................................................................9 2............................12 Page 2 of 12 ................6 2....................................................................................................................................6 Points of Contact........11 4...........................................2 Improvements..........................................................................................7 Evaluation Criteria.....4 Security......................................................4.................................8 2......................................................................................................................................................................................3 Functional Objectives......................................................................................7 2.........................................................9 3.....1.........10 3...........................................................................................3 1..................................................................................5 1............................................................3 1.................................................

Since it’s a live project and based on online site building many other protocols were to be kept in mind. The project is named as Civil Registry. 1.0 GENERAL INFORMATION 1. The system fulfills following objectives: • • • This website provides online help for legal queries.1Purpose Civil Registry is the online system or agency to help the Indian citizens to apply for there government records like passport. Once running. The details of all the things are made available to them through the website. Learning dot net and MySQL implementation were a few. marriage etc. PAN card etc. 1. Now civil registry team acting as a agency to help the public. The main purpose of the web site is to reduce the effort by the candidate and save his time and avoid unwanted rushes at the government offices and assure a smooth working schedule at government offices. Page 3 of 12 . This also acts as a consultancy agency to assist the public. Civil Registry is aimed at developing a web-based system. this application will be a central place for doing registeration online. Civil registry team trying to get more affiliation to government offices and departments. The primary objective of this web site is to give awareness about the government or legal documents and its registration details as well as to help to register or apply for those documents.2Scope The project Civil Registry still requires more development of IT solutions and its applications to improve the issuance of copies of government certificates and legal documents. voter’s ID card. driving license. death. The user can post thread in the forum.Feasibility Report 1. And register certificates like birth. This website helps all the users to view the registration. In this system the person can register online and do many things.3System Overview The system overview includes the various technical overheads that were faced during building up the code for this project.

This would be the first step in making the software network-enabled. and eventually web-enabled.1.co. 1.4 Project References Web References  www. Time to time different question papers can be added. Responsible organization “SOFTELIXIR” is the responsible organization which trained us throughout the training period.in  www.google. and the system we created can also be improved. With more time. Operational status Under Development System environment or special conditions Different privileges various Users are not specified.Feasibility Report • The system is user friendly. Every user has the same access to the system irrespective of his place and nationality but he must register by the System Administrator. System name or title Project title : “Online Examination System” System category Major application: There is always room for improvements.org • • • • Responsible organization System name or title System code System category Page 4 of 12 . This is especially because we had to create it within a limited time. the software can be improved to include security and efficiency.wikipedia.

Examples of references are: • • Previously developed documents relating to the project Documentation concerning related projects 1. Include type of contact. Include a schedule for coordination activities. Points of contact may include but are not limited to helpdesk POC.. telephone number. and operations POC.Feasibility Report − − • Major application: performs clearly defined functions for which there is a readily identifiable security consideration and need General support system: provides general ADP or network support for a variety of users and applications Operational Under development Undergoing a major modification Operational status − − − • System environment or special conditions 1. installation coordination.2 Coordination Provide a list of organizations that require coordination between the project and its specific support function (e.6. department. contact name. development/maintenance POC.5 Acronyms and Abbreviations Provide a list of the acronyms and abbreviations used in this document and the meaning of each.g. security. 1. etc.1 Points of Contact Information Provide a list of the points of organizational contact (POC) that may be needed by the document user for informational and troubleshooting purposes. Page 5 of 12 .6 1.).4 Project References Provide a list of the references that were used in preparation of this document. 1.6. and e-mail address (if applicable).

7. Output Requirements CLIENT SIDE REQUIREMENTS 1) Operating system Window operating system .0 MANAGEMENT SUMMARY 2. User can also select desired options from the menu. and computer center or network in which the software will be implemented. For inputting user data. attractive forms are designed. which is an important factor in developing efficient and user-friendly software. Page 6 of 12 . 2) Internet connection An internet connection is required to use Facility Access for the Web. user.1 Environment Organizations Involved Identify the project sponsor. 2. importance is given to develop Graphical User Interface (GUI). The user has to input only just the minimum data required.1 2. Also the important input format is designed in such a way that accidental errors are avoided.0 or 3.0 on a Pentium II or higher workstation. or 8 and Mozilla’s Firefox browser 2. which provides all possible facilities. which also helps in avoiding the errors that the users may make. developer.1.2 • • • • • Input/ Output In this software.Windows Server 2003 Browser PCs: Microsoft Windows Internet Explorer 6.Feasibility Report 2.1. A broadband (DSL or cable) or faster connection is recommended.

NT : ASP.3 Processing For an efficient system processing. HARDWARE DESCRIPTION The selection of hardware is very important in the existence and proper working of any software.1. Minimum Requirements: Processor RAM Hard Disk Drive Video CD-ROM : : : : : Pentium II class. the size and requirements are also important. When selecting hardware.End Web server : Windows 98.End Back.Feasibility Report 2. 2003. the system which serves as the base to our project must fulfill the minimum space requirements to run the application efficiently. 2000. 256 colors Required The proposed System is developed on: Processor RAM Hard Disk Drive Key Board Monitor Display Adapter Network Adapter Mouse : : : : : : : : INTEL Pentium 4 512MB 40GB Standard 101/102 or Digi Sync Family Display Panel (1024 X 764) Trident Super VGA SMC Ethernet Card Elite 16 Ultra Logitech Serial Mouse Page 7 of 12 . we need the following software specifications: Operating System Front. 450MHz 128MB 3GB 800X600.NET with C # : SQL Server 2003 : Windows Server 2003 In addition to this software’s.

2.1. NET with ASP.Feasibility Report SOFTWARE DESCRIPTION Operating System Front. and any other factors that are unique to the current system. whether automated or manual. NET MS SQL SERVER 2005 EXPRESS 2. audit controls. document the major processing and data flow of the current system(s).4 Security Identify the system’s security requirements.3 Functional Objectives Analyze the anticipated functions of the system.End Back. equipment used by the existing system.1.4 Performance Objectives Page 8 of 12 . legislative and policy requirements.2 Current Functional Procedures Describe current functional procedures of any existing system. skill categories and number of staff required to operate and maintain the current system.6 Physical Environment If the application is used as web enabled then the communication between the different organizations using the same application for troubleshooting their hardware problems will served as the ‘Physical Environment’. 2.End : : : Windows XP C#. 2. costs incurred in operating the current system. and target completion date. considering such areas as new services. 2.5 System Interaction Identify the interaction with other systems.1. increased capacity. Specifically. volume of work currently processed. 2. privacy and security requirements.

output. In this system the person can register online and do many things. improved controls over automated decision-making system(s).7 Evaluation Criteria Identify the criteria applicable to the development process that will be used to determine the most attractive system option.0 PROPOSED SYSTEM 3.. Page 9 of 12 . improved management information services. survey. 2. 2. considering such areas as reduced staff and equipment costs. 3. development time. software. benchmarking. and processing requirements.g. 2. input. Such criteria typically include cost. increased processing speed.8 Recommendation State the recommendation for the proposed system. The details of all the things are made available to them through the website. such as operational life of the proposed system. and what delays and risks can be tolerated. priority. or any combination. 2. increased productivity. period of time for comparison of system alternatives. changing hardware. and simulation) to evaluate the proposed system to arrive at a feasible alternative.5 Assumptions and Constraints Determine the assumptions and constraints. including consequences of not taking action. ease of system use. modeling. and compliance with regulations. and operating environment.6 Methodology Describe the method or strategy employed (e.1 Description of Proposed System Civil Registry is aimed at developing a web-based system.Feasibility Report Identify major performance objectives. financial constraints. and availability of information and resources. weighting.

3. The system is user friendly. When making the estimates. personnel.4 Impacts In the following subsections. and staff training. 3. 3. describe the anticipated impacts of the proposed system. Page 10 of 12 .4. 3.1 Equipment Impacts Describe new equipment requirements and changes to currently available equipment. from definition through operation and system retirement.4.Feasibility Report     This website provides online help for legal queries. This website helps all the users to view the registration.3 Organizational Impacts Describe any organizational.2 Software Impacts Describe any additions or modifications to existing applications and support software in order to adapt them to the proposed system.4. and skill requirement changes. including potential conversion problems. The user can post thread in the forum. 3. staff absences due to vacation and illness. 3. including the time and funding required for all activities of the lifecycle. remember to include such factors as the current workload of personnel. lead time for procurement of equipment and software. It is imperative to use realistic estimates.3 Time and Resource Costs Outline the time and resource costs.2 Improvements Describe the improvements of the system in terms of the objectives.

such as: • • • • Specific activities to be performed by the user in support of development of the system Resources required to develop databases Computer processing resources required to develop and test the new system Privacy and security implications 3. Records Disposition Scheduling for Automated Systems) Output reporting procedures. 3.5 Developmental Impacts Describe the developmental impacts. information storage and retrieval procedures (refer to Handbook 2229. media.4.4.4 Operational Impacts Describe the effects on operations. and schedules System failure contingencies and recovery procedures 3. design.6 Site or Facility Impacts Describe building or office modification requirements. such as: • • • • • • • • User operating procedures Operating center procedures Operating center/user relationships Source data processing Data entry procedures Data retention requirements.1.Feasibility Report 3. Page 11 of 12 .4.7 Security and Privacy Impacts Describe security and privacy factors that may influence the development.5 Rationale for Recommendations State the reasoning that supports the recommendation of the proposed system over the alternative systems.4. 3. and continued operation of the proposed system.

4.1 Description of [Alternative System Name] Describe the alternative system.x.0 Alternative System This section provides a description of the alternative systems considered in this feasibility study.Feasibility Report 4. Page 12 of 12 . State the reasons that the alternative system was not selected. following the outline described for the proposed system in the previous section.4. Each alternative system should be under a separate section header.1 . 4.