Design And Implementation Of A Computerized Farm Management Information System (a Case Study Of A Piggry Farm)

Design And Implementation Of A Computerized Farm Management Information System (a Case Study Of A Piggry Farm)

Farm Management Information
ABSTRACT
In this study the researcher aimed at computerizing piggery farm management information system.  A piggery farm is a kind of farm management where pigs are been reared and care for, for the purpose of production to do this the researcher under want a thorough interview where she was able to discover some problems associated with the existing system of management information system which is manual system.  This problems have been hindering the growth of the management till date and that is what called for this research work.
The attempt of other researchers, authors are reviewed to know their opinions patterning this problems / topic.
Oral interview were used to connect the datas needed for this research work, and to researcher also added some of observation made during the collection of datas.
In the chapter three, the researcher described and analysis the existing system in order to tackle the problems in the existing system.
Chapter 4 and 5, the new system were designed and implemented to replace the old / existing system which is manual system.
Finally, the researcher summarized the findings from the data gotten.  And resolved into making some reasonable recommendations before concluding the work at last.
TABLE OF CONTENT
Title page
Certification
Dedication
Acknowledgement
Abstract
Table of content
CHAPTER ONE
1.0  Introduction
1.1  Background of the study
1.2  Objective of the study
1.2.1Statement of problem
1.3  Significant of the study
1.4  Scope of the study
1.5  Methodology
1.6  Definition of terms
1.7  Project thesis
CHAPTER TWO
2.0  LITERATURE REVIEW
CHAPTER THREE
3.0  Overview of the existing system
3.1  Description and analysis of the existing system
3.2  Method of data collection
3.2.1Interview method
3.2.2Observation method
3.3  Input analysis
3.4  Process analysis
3.5  Output analysis
3.6  Problem of the existing system
3.7  Justification of the new system
CHAPTER FOUR
4.0  Design of the new system
4.1  Output specification and design
4.2  Input specification and design
4.3  File design
4.4  Procedure chart
4.5  System chart
4.6  System requirement
CHAPTER FIVE
5.0  Implementation
5.1  Program design
5.2  Program flow chart
5.3  Pseudo code
5.4  Source listing
5.5  Test run
CHAPTER SIX
DOCUMENTATION
CHAPTER SEVEN
7.0  RECOMMENDATION & CONCLUSION
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