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					CMS USING RFID                                                        INTRODUCTION


CHAPTER-1
                              INTRODUCTION

1.1 Scope of the System


       This system provides the detail structure of the college campus and its
departments. CMS synchronizes the working of all the departments. It looks on all
aspects of a college, its students, faculties, Departments, marks and other co –
curricular activities CMS is the easiest way to manage all functionalities of a college,
which facilitates colleges to maintain the functionality related to college employees
and their students



1.2 Objective of the Project

       Main aim in developing campus management system is to provide an easy
way not only to automate all functionalities of a college, but also to provide full
functional reports to top management of college with the finest of details about any
aspect of college. We are committed to bring the best way of management in the
various forms of campus management system. We understand that campus
management system in not a product to be sold, it is a bridge between the College and
Students. So we can say the Core purpose of designing “Campus Management System
Using RFID” is to manage the task related to the college students/employees and to
reduce time to searching of appropriate candidates in college view.

1.3 Descriptive of the Project


       RFID technology can fully automate various transactions happening within a
Campus. Students, teachers and staff can be provided with RFID smart cards for their
attendance and access to various labs and library. Library systems can also be
automated by using RFID which can include issuing of books, security gates,
searching of books, etc. Assets like computers, electronic equipment and mechanical
tools which are constantly on the go for student experiments can be tracked to
improve their usage by various departments. Hostel can also be better managed with


 Dept of IT/KEC, 2010-11                                                              1
CMS USING RFID                                                  INTRODUCTION


access control system installed for students.

Our Campus Management System offers a wide range of extensible features which
not only helps Top level management but scales down to the overall development of
the best educational environment to groom the future leaders. Some of the salient
Modular features of our CMS are.

   1. Access Control Modules using smart cards.
   2. Library Management Module with RFID tags.
   3. E-Learning Portal and Content Management Module.
   4. Time base Performance tracking Module
   5. Campus Security management by implementing CCTV, DVR, Infrared Sensor
       based zone management system.
   6. Accounts and Inventory Management Modules.
   7. Payroll processing Modules.
   8. Staffing and Scheduling Module.
   9. On line Examination Module.
   10. Student performance tracking Module.
   11. Transport management module.
   12. Carrier counseling Module.

Looking at the vast and versatile education system we also offer customizable CMS
Module where we can configure our CMS as per the campus requirements.



1.4 Introduction to the Modules


The Main Modules that includes the project are listed below


   1. The RFID Module.
   2. The Database Module.
   3. The View Module.




 Dept of IT/KEC, 2010-11                                                       2
CMS USING RFID                                                        INTRODUCTION




1.4.1 The RFID Module


Designing Java classes which function is:
● When students or staff pass through the RFID-Reader with their ID-cards, The
RFID Reader reads the ID of each student passes and sends it to the server for
processing.
● The server takes the ID of the student of staff, process it and record the attendance
in the database.


1.4.2 The Database Module


Includes two phases:
1- Designing the Database
       Creating tables that mirrors the structure of the environment and the relations
        between these tables.
       Normalizing tables.
2- Designing Database Java classes
       Classes that records the attendance data in the Database.
       Classes that retrieves the attendance data to view it using the systems' GUI.


1.4.3 The View Module


       Designing login form to check authentication.
       Designing needed forms for possible users of the system depending on the
        permissions given to each type of users (professor, TA, student).


This also includes the different areas where RFID reader is used:
Staff
Library
Attendance
Canteen



 Dept of IT/KEC, 2010-11                                                                3

				
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