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Thesis A

Thesis A
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Marc Samson

on 10 May 2012

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Transcript of Thesis A

OJT WEB PORTAL SYSTEM Chapter 1: THE PROBLEM AND ITS SETTINGS INTRODUCTION Problems faced by undergraduate students:
Lack of job opportunities
Difficulty in finding OJT positions
Time consuming job or OJT application process

Solutions:
Online OJT search and application Background of the Study Students:
Limited time and resources to apply for OJT positions
May get OJT position not related to course

School:
Easy monitoring
Less hassle Conceptual Framework Statement of the Problem Is this proposed website operationally feasible?
Will it be an effective tool for the undergraduates and their OJT search?
Will it be beneficial to undergraduates? Significance of the Study Students:
Easier OJT application process
More accurate choices of positions School:
Easier managing, monitoring and reporting Scope and Delimitations Scope:
Undergraduate students currently enrolled in Informatics International College Diliman
PHP
MySQL

Delimitations:
Fresh graduates
Undergraduate students under 18 years of age
No satisfaction guarantees Chapter 3: METHODOLOGY Method of Research Descriptive Product-based Locale of the Study
Undergraduate students of Informatics International College Diliman (IICD) Participants Total population of IICD – 800
Margin of Error – 5% or 0.05
Sample population – 266 Survey Questionnaire
Data Gathering Treatment of Data 5-point Likert scale Weighted mean Design Strategy Hanif, Amna
Malilin, Joy
Paradero, Samantha
Samson, Marc Chapter 4: RESULTS AND FINDINGS Table 1: Frequency Distribution on the question “Do you know your way around the internet” Table 2: Frequency Distribution on the question “Have you used online job portal system before?” Table 3: Frequency Distribution on the question “Would you use a job portal system of Informatics International College- DIliman to search for your OJTs?” Table 4: Frequency Distribution on the question “Do you think the current set up of getting OJTs is easy?” Table 5: Frequency Distribution on the question “Are you interested in using a website that helps you find jobs that is specific to your area of expertise without having to have a degree?” Table 6: Frequency Distribution on the question “Are you interested in finding OJT positions online?” Table 7: Frequency Distribution on the question “Do you think applying online is better than hunting jobs on the street?” Table 8: Frequency Distribution on the question “Would you prefer to get online updates of college and OJT related things?” Table 9: Frequency Distribution on the question “Do you think it is easier to look for OJT online?” Table 10: Frequency Distribution on the question “Do you think looking and searching for OJT online is going to save your time?” Table 11: Frequency Distribution on the question “Do you think it is beneficial to get online OJT notifications?” Chapter 5: SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION Summary & Conclusion Recommendation: operationally feasible
effective tool
beneficial to students
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