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john genovia

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Background of the Study Scope and Limitation

Statement of the Problem Definition of Terms

Objective of the Study

Significance of the Study

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
St. Peter’s College
Sabayle Street, Iligan City

John Andy B. Genovia
Jerel Englatiera

Objective of the Study
The main goal of this study is to convert the manual voting system of St. Peter’s College into the student response system. This study also aims to accomplish the following :

1. To create a system that allows valid voters to vote only once,

2. To generate an accurate number of votes from the students,

3. To package the system with required security protocols,

4. To equip the system with a friendly user interface

Scope and Limitation
Significance of the Study
Background of the Study
Statement of the Problem
This study seeks solution to the following problem:

1. Manual voting in St. Peter’s College will give privileges to the flying voters.

2. There are certain situation happened such as miscalculating and inaccurate counting of votes.
3. No security in manual voting.

4. Stressful for the voters.

By: John Andy Genovia
Jerel Englatiera

The Student Council elections have always been present as an annual activity in every school. It is an activity wherein each student is required to choose from a set of candidates who will represent each position in the Student Council. In order the student to vote successfully, the student must go through several processes. First, the student must go to the officer in charge if he is a registered voter, then goes to the voting area and chooses the candidates he likes. After that, the student submits the filled-up ballot form to the voting administrator in order for his votes to be cast. Then the student is asked to sign with his valid signature to signify that he has already voted.

Computers greatly enhance the speed and efficiency of the voting process. The results could be attained right after the elections reducing the time considerably compared to the time it takes if the voting is done manually. It also increases the level of the voting experience because of multimedia enhancements. The present generation, people became more literate especially with the use of computers. Technologies emerged to introduce many different ways of advancement.
The information and insight derived from this study will benefit the following academic constituents:

Dean of Student Affairs - This proposed system will benefit the office of student affairs in terms of manpower and saves a great budget for financing the committee.

Supreme Student Council - The Supreme Student Council is being incorporated by the SPC-DSA during the election period so they have the same benefits.

College/Department Organization - Every running officer from each college will be assured that they are being treated equally and that they are being elected according to the votes of the students only.

Student - The System will insure the accuracy and transparency of the election and will assure that their votes are being counted correctly
The proposed Electronic Voting System of St. Peter’s College has the following functions:

• The system only allows the voters to vote once.
• To generate an accurate number of votes.
• The system generate a verification codes for security purposes.

• Administrator account can view and print the overall result.

This research will be conducted on the S.Y. 2013 – 2014.

Review of Related Literature
Iligan Capitol College (ICC) is using an automated voting system during election period. The researchers interviewed the head of Management information System (MIS) Department of ICC Mr. Cris Ian J. Arevalo, during election period of ICC they find it easy to conduct and lesser time to gather the votes because all the students would do is look at the pictures of the candidates and read their platforms then click the candidate they desire to vote for then submit the info they filled up. the first step of their system is that the student log-in his name and ID-number and then the system verifies or authenticate the student log-in data.
After verification the student is then redirected to the voting interface and then votes for his officers, then his votes will be casted and the voting data will be counted and saved and the student is finished voting. In the chance that a student account is being re-entered, the student will be prompted that “Flying Voters is not Allowed” and that the student cannot vote anymore. To avoid re-entering accounts or alienating accounts the school COMELEC of ICC is to ask every student for their ID to verify the voting student.
Lyceum of Iligan Foundation College

Mr. Ariel Mondejar is the head of Management Information system of Lyceum Foundation College and also the programmer of the voting system of both Iligan Capitol College and Lyceum Foundation College. Because they have the same programmer that makes their system having the same process but different in user interface. Mr. Ariel also defended his system about the security issue that the researchers asked him. The issue is about unauthorized using of account and vote duplications. For the issue of unauthorized using of account, Mr. Ariel said that it is the task of the school COMELEC to verify the voting student before he log-in and vote. The second issue is the duplicating of vote, Mr. Ariel that the system is programmed to acknowledge only one time of vote from each student.

Requirement Analysis
Context Model
Entity Relationship Diagram
Class Diagram
Data Flow Diagram
List of Entities and Attributes
Existence Dependency Graph
Object-Event Table
Behavioral Schema

Database Design
Database Schema
Capacity Plan
Graphical User Interface (GUI) Design
Program Design
Technical Design
Construction and Testing
Context Model
Entity Relationship Diagram
Class Diagram
Data Flow Diagram
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