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1 Overview of the project

This project is allows to the student of our class involve various ability to improve their skills with what is required to the job selection process and quickly way of knowing in various news media and also find the examination result about our institution announced to them .it also has the best feature of learning English in international level with Audio & Transcript in pdf . This Contain The way to announce the Job Requirements & Skill from the Government Employment Service .The way we do this is to set up a free initial consultation in order to determine your needs and requirements. Then it will give an estimate in a couple of days.

Module description
The project has the following main modules, these are main elements of this project .it helps to make high level performance in user manner Administration management User management Desin management Project change management Risk management Requirement managent Approved SEO management Output management

Administration management:
Administrator owns the overall determination of controls, setting of major objectives, and the identification of general purposes, guidance, leadership & control of the efforts of the groups towards some common goals. Admin has the privileges to update the nominees details like nominee code number, symbol, and place information. Admin also have the rights to restricts the users and give the access justices to the user to register

User management:
In this section define about the what are the processes are can done by the visiting this website. And also features of the website for the users .what are the kind of features are needed. .Design management: In this section designing the website to in which way towards the better understanding of the contents are representing the core level info to the users. and respectively following the universal way at this website.

Project change management:

In this project change management at this project for what are the possibilities of the changes are followed with never be constant of the content. change the domain name. change the keyword, query, to the page address. .change this template of the website to users anticipation .change the content from website coming decades

Risk management:
At a risk management content is define about the what are the error may face by users side and administrator of the website and also web server side due to this website in online

Approved SEO management :

This website approved by THE GOOGLE (SEO) .SEO is a big decision that can potentially improve our site and save time, but you can also risk damage to your site and reputation. Make sure to research the potential advantages as well as the damage that an irresponsible SEO can do to our site.

Output management :
It define about output of the website at search engine optimization result of the report page what indicated ,what should have at this kind of the website.



Student innovation website is although a much talked about possibility has still to come to fruition in its use. Although often used for conducting online surveys and the like, the technology is seldom used for interview where an unequivocal result is required. Such as local or international. however this defined the trend is slowly changing with

many residents holding as well as student unions through inform statement in quickly at this kind of the web site

2.1 Existing system

In earlier time student should improve their skills for do browsing in various type of website .And also find the solution of our criteria for refer the lot of book in the library with different sections are likely history, science ,story . accordingly the anticipation of the students and necessity of theirs . may not be possible at the internet. lack of the website in internet for job search engines.

2.1.1 Drawbacks
Sources are not involve in validation and verification Design process may not publish while debug at the connection Content of the website may not be displayed even the publish Administer account hack by hackers may possible Visiting website may not possible while error in the internet connection. Displaying website by S E O may not possible by search engine criteria

2.2 Proposed system:

This project is allows to the students of my class to improve their skills are following international quality of communication .how do we speak at interview for tell about employee. how do we behave at human resource interview .communicate & share their information in global level. we offer affordable website design and development services for students and also visitors. In this kind of the website is allows students to improve their ability in online test is available to them in various topics are following: Non Verbal Reasoning Test Verbal Reasoning Test Logical Reasoning Test Verbal Ability Test

Aptitude Test General Knowledge Test Data Interpretation Test

TECHNICAL EDUCATION: Database java -programming C-programming

2.2.1Advantage of the proposed system:-

Interactive and user friendly website High security from hackers Usability Fast-loading pages Descriptive link text Cross-platform/browser compatibility Screen Resolution Downloadable items to students


Processor Motherboard :

intel pentium iv 1.8 ghz intel 915gvsr chipset board

Ram Hard disk drive Floppy drive Dvd/cd drive Monitor Keyboard Mouse Cabinet Hub Bandwidth

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4 GB 160 gb 1.44 mb sony 52 x dual layer drive 17 colour tft monitor multimedia keyboard 10keys logitech optical mouse atx iball. compex 16 lines. 100 mbps.


Frontend Coding language Back end Operating systems Documentation

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html, javascript ,css, xml html, javascript ,css, xml, php web hosting, cloud computing windows 7 microsoft word 2007.


HTML markup consists of several key components, including elements (and their attributes), character-based data types, character references and entity references. Another important component is the document type declaration, which triggers standards mode rendering. (The text between <html> and </html> describes the web page, and the text between <body> and </body> is the visible page content. The markup text '<title>This is a title</title>' defines the browser page title.)This Document Type Declaration is for HTML5. If the <!DOCTYPE html> declaration is not included, various browsers will revert to "quirks mode" for rendering. HTML documents are composed entirely of HTML elements that, in their most general form have three components: a pair of tags, a "start tag" and "end tag"; some attributes within the start tag; and finally, any textual and graphical content between the start and end tags, perhaps including other nested elements. The HTML element is everything between and including the start and end tags. Each tag is enclosed in angle brackets.The general form of an HTML element is therefore: <tag attribute1="value1" attribute2="value2">content</tag>. Some HTML elements are defined as empty elements and take the form <tag

attribute1="value1" attribute2="value2" >.

Empty elements may enclose no

content, for instance, the BR tag or the inline IMG tag. The name of an HTML element is the name used in the tags. Note that the end tag's name is preceded by a slash character, "/", and that in empty elements the end tag is neither required nor allowed. If attributes are not mentioned, default values are used in each case.

HTML Element:

Header of the HTML document:<head>...</head>. Usually the title should be included in the head, for example: .There are several types of markup elements used in HTM L :Structural markup describes the purpose of text For example, <h2>Golf</h2> establishes "Golf" as a secondlevel heading. Structural markup does not denote any specific rendering, but most web browsers have default styles for element formatting. Content may be further styled using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).Presentational markup describes the appearance of

the text, regardless of its purpose .For example <b>boldface</b> indicates that visual output devices should render "boldface" in bold text, but gives little indication what devices that are unable to do this (such as aural devices that read the text aloud) should do. In the case of both<b>bold</b> and <i>italic</i>, there are other elements that may have equivalent visual renderings but which are more semantic in nature, such as <strong>strong text</strong> and <em> emphasised text</em> respectively. It is easier to see how an aural user agent should interpret the latter two elements. However, they are not equivalent to their presentational counterparts: it would be undesirable for a screen-reader to emphasize the name of a book, for instance, but on a screen such a name would be italicized. Most presentational markup elements have become deprecated under the HTML 4.0 specification in favor of using CSS for styling .Hypertext markup makes parts of a document into links to other documents. An anchor element creates

a hyperlink in the document and its href attribute sets the link's target URL. For example the HTML markup, <a href="">Wikipedia</a>, will render the word "Wikipedia" as a hyperlink. To render an image as a hyperlink, an 'img' element is inserted as content into the 'a' element. Like 'br', 'img' is an empty element with attributes but no content or closing tag.<a
src="image.gif" border="0"></a>. alt="descriptive href=""><img width="50" height="50" text"

HTML Attribute:

Most of the attributes of an element are name-value pairs, separated by "=" and written within the start tag of an element after the element's name. The value may be enclosed in single or double quotes, although values consisting of certain characters can be left unquoted in HTML (but not XHTML) .[44][45] Leaving attribute values unquoted is considered unsafe. In contrast with name-value pair attributes, there are some attributes that affect the element simply by their presence in the start tag of the element, like the ismap attribute for the img element. There are several common attributes that may appear in many elements :

The id attribute provides a document-wide unique identifier for an element. This is used to identify the element so that stylesheets can alter its presentational properties, and scripts may alter, animate or delete its contents or presentation. Appended to the URL of the page, it provides a globally unique identifier for the element, typically a subsection of the page. For example, the ID "Attributes"

in The class attribute provides a way of classifying similar elements. This can be used for semantic or presentation purposes. For example, an HTML document might semantically use the designation class="notation" to indicate that all elements with this class value are subordinate to the main text of the document. In presentation, such elements might be gathered together and presented as footnotes on a page instead of appearing in the place where they occur in the HTML source. Class attributes are used semantically in microformats. Multiple class values may be specified; for

example class="notation important" puts the element into both the 'notation' and the 'important' classes.An author may use the style attribute to assign presentational properties to a particular element. It is considered better practice to use an element's id or class attributes to select the element from within a stylesheet, though sometimes this can be too cumbersome for a simple, specific, or ad hoc styling.The title attribute is used to attach subtextual explanation to an element. In most browsers this attribute is displayed as atooltip.The lang attribute identifies the natural language of the element's contents, which may be different from that of the rest of the document. For example, in an English-language document:This example displays as HTML; in most browsers, pointing the cursor at the abbreviation should display the title text "Hypertext Markup Language."Most elements also take the language-related attribute dir to specify text direction, such as with "rtl" for right-to-left text in, for example, Arabic, Persian or Hebrew.

The World Wide Web is composed primarily of HTML documents transmitted from web servers to web browsers using the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP). However, HTTP is used to serve images, sound, and other content, in addition to HTML. To allow the web browser to know how to handle each document it receives, other information is transmitted along with the document. This meta datausually includes the MIME type (e.g. text/html or application/xhtml+xml) and the character encoding (see Character encoding in HTML).In modern browsers, the MIME type that is sent with the HTML document may affect how the document is initially interpreted. A document sent with the XHTML MIME type is expected to be well-formed XML; syntax errors may cause the browser to fail to render it. The same document sent with the HTML MIME type might be displayed successfully, since some browsers are more lenient with HTML.The W3C recommendations state that XHTML 1.0 documents that follow guidelines set forth in the recommendation's Appendix C may be labeled with either MIME Type.[] XHTML 1.1 also states that XHTML 1.1 documents should[59] be labeled with either MIME type








Microsoft's Internet Explorer 3 was released in that year, featuring some limited support for CSS. But it was more than three years before any web browser achieved near-full implementation of the specification.Internet Explorer 5.0 for the Macintosh, shipped in March 2000, was the first browser to have full (better than 99 percent) CSS 1 support,[13] surpassing Opera, which had been the leader since its introduction of CSS support 15 months earlier. Other browsers followed soon afterwards, and many of them additionally implemented parts of CSS 2. As of August 2010, no (finished) browser has fully implemented CSS 2, with implementation levels varying (see Comparison of layout engines (CSS)).Even though early browsers such as Internet Explorer 3[11] and 4, and Netscape 4.x had support for CSS, it was typically incomplete and had many bugs that prevented their implementations from being usefully adopted. Variations: CSS has various levels and profiles. Each level of CSS builds upon the last, typically adding new features and typically denoted as CSS 1, CSS 2, CSS 3, and CSS 4. Profiles are typically a subset of one or more levels of CSS built for a particular device or user interface. Currently there are profiles for mobile devices, printers, and television sets. Profiles should not be confused with media types, which were added in CSS 2. CSS 1

The first CSS specification to become an official W3C Recommendation is CSS level 1, published in December 1996. Among its capabilities are support for properties such as typeface and emphasis Color of text, backgrounds, and other elemen ts Text attributes such as spacing between words, letters, and lines of text Alignment of text, images, tables and other elements Margin, border, padding, and positioning for most elements Unique identification and generic classification of groups of attributes The W3C no longer maintains the CSS 1 Recommendation. CSS 2 CSS level 2 specification was developed by the W3C and published as a recommendation in May 1998. A superset of CSS 1, CSS 2 includes a number of new capabilities like absolute, relative, and fixed positioning of elements and z-index, the concept of media types, support for aural style sheets and bidirectional text, and new font properties such as shadows
The W3C no longer maintains the CSS 2 recommendation. CSS 2.1 CSS level 2 revision 1, often referred to as "CSS 2.1", fixes errors in CSS 2, removes poorly supported or not fully interoperable features and adds alreadyimplemented browser extensions to the specification. In order to comply with the W3C Process for standardizing technical specifications, CSS 2.1 went back and forth between Working Draft status and Candidate Recommendation status for many years. CSS 2.1

first became a Candidate Recommendation on February 25, 2004, but it was reverted to a Working Draft on June 13, 2005 for further review. It returned to Candidate Recommendation on 19 July 2007 and then updated twice in 2009. However, since changes and clarifications were made, it again went back to Last Call Working Draft on 7 December 2010. CSS 2.1 went to Proposed Recommendation on 12 April 2011. After being reviewed by the W3C Advisory Committee, it was finally published as a W3C Recommendation on 7 June 2011. CSS 3 CSS 3 is divided into several separate documents called "modules". Each module adds new capabilities or extends features defined in CSS 2, preserving backward compatibility. Work on CSS level 3 started around the time of publication of the original CSS 2 recommendation. The earliest CSS 3 drafts were published in June 1999. Due to the modularization, different modules have different stability and statuses. As of June 2012, there are over fifty CSS modules published from the CSS Working Group., and four of these have been published as formal recommendations 2012-06-19 : Media Queries 2011-09-29 : Namespaces 2011-09-29 : Selectors Level 3 2011-06-07 : Color Some modules (including Backgrounds and Borders and Multi-column

Layout among others) have Candidate Recommendation(CR) status and are considered moderately stable. At CR stage, implementations are advised to drop vendor prefixes. CSS4 There is no single, integrated CSS4 specification, since it is split into separate modules. However, there are "level 4" modules.

Since CSS3 split the CSS language's definition into modules, the modules have been allowed to level independently. Most modules are level 3 - they build on things from CSS 2.1. A few level 4 modules exist (such as Image Values, Backgrounds & Borders, orSelectors), which build on the functionality of a preceding level 3 module. Others define entirely new functionality, such as Flexbox. So, while there is no monolithic "CSS4" that will be worked on after "CSS3" is finished completely, the level 4 modules can collectively be referred to as "CSS4".

Browser support: Because not all browsers correctly parse CSS code, developed coding techniques known as CSS hacks can either filter specific browsers or target specific browsers (generally both are known as CSS filters). The former can be defined as CSS filtering hacks and the latter can be defined as CSS targeting hacks. Both can be used to hide or show parts of the CSS to different browsers. This is achieved either by exploiting CSShandling quirks or bugs in the browser, or by taking advantage of lack of support for parts of the CSS specifications. Using CSS filters, some designers have gone as far as delivering different CSS to certain browsers to ensure designs render as expected. Because very early web browsers were either completely incapable of handling CSS, or rendered CSS very poorly, designers today often routinely use CSS filters that completely prevent these browsers from accessing any of the CSS. Internet Explorer support for CSS began with IE 3.0 and increased progressively with each version. By 2008, the first Beta of Internet Explorer 8offered support for CSS 2.1 in its best web standards mode. An example of a historically well-known CSS browser bug was the Internet Explorer box model bug, where box widths are interpreted incorrectly in several versions of the browser, resulting in blocks that are too narrow when viewed in Internet Explorer, but correct in standards-compliant browsers. The bug can be avoided in Internet Explorer 6 by using the correct doctype in (X)HTML documents. CSS hacks and CSS filters are used to compensate for bugs such as this, just one of hundreds of CSS bugs that have been documented in various versions of Netscape, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, and Internet Explorer (including Internet Explorer 7). Even when the availability of CSS-capable browsers made CSS a viable technology, the adoption of CSS was still held back by designers' struggles with browsers' incorrect CSS implementation and patchy CSS support. Even today, these problems continue to make the business of CSS design more complex and costly than it was intended to be, and cross-browser testing remains a necessity. Other reasons for the continuing non-adoption of CSS are: its perceived complexity, authors' lack of familiarity

with CSS syntax and required techniques, poor support from authoring tools, the risks posed by inconsistency between browsers and the increased costs of testing Currently there is strong competition between the WebKit layout engine used in Apple Safari and Google Chrome, the similar KHTMLengine used in KDE's Konqueror browser and Mozilla's Gecko layout engine used in Firefox each of them is leading in different aspects of CSSAs of August 2009, Internet Explorer 8, Firefox 2 and 3 have reasonably complete levels of implementation of CSS 2.1.

JavaScript :JavaScript (JS) is an interpreted computer programming language.[5] As part of web browsers, implementations allow client-side scripts to interact with the user, control the browser, communicate asynchronously, and alter the document content that is displayed. It has also become common in server-side programming, game development and the creation of desktop applications. JavaScript is a prototype-based scripting language with dynamic typing and has firstclass functions. Its syntax was influenced by C. JavaScript copies many names and naming conventions from Java, but the two languages are otherwise unrelated and have very different semantics. The key design principles within JavaScript are taken from the Selfand Scheme programming supporting object-oriented imperative, languages.[ It is a multi-paradigm language, and functional programming

styles.The application of JavaScript to uses outside of web pagesfor example, in PDFdocuments, site-specific browsers,and desktop widgetsis also significant. Newer and faster JavaScript VMs and frameworks built upon them (notably Node.js) have also increased the popularity of JavaScript for server-side web applications.JavaScript was formalized in the ECMAScript language standard and is primarily used as part of a web browser (client-side JavaScript). This enables programmatic access to computational objects within a host environmentJavaScript was originally developed by Brendan Eich. While battling with Microsoft over the Internet, Netscape considered their client-server offering a distributed OS, running a portable version of Sun Microsystems' Java. Because Java was a competitor of C++ and aimed at professional programmers, Netscape also wanted a lightweight interpreted language that would complement Java by appealing to

nonprofessional programmers, like Microsoft's Visual Basic (see JavaScript and Java). Although it was developed under the name Mocha, the language was officially called LiveScript when it first shipped in beta releases of Netscape Navigator 2.0 in September 1995, but it was renamed JavaScript. when it was deployed in the Netscape browser version 2.0B3. The change of name from LiveScript to JavaScript roughly coincided with Netscape adding support for Java technology in its Netscape Navigator web browser. The final choice of name caused confusion, giving the impression that the language was a spin-off of the Java programming language, and the choice has been characterized by many as a marketing ploy by Netscape to give JavaScript the cachet of what was then the hot new web programming language. Server-side JavaScript Netscape introduced an implementation of the language for serverside scripting (SSJS) with Netscape Enterprise Server, first released in December, 1994 (soon after releasing JavaScript for browsers). Since the mid-2000s, there has been a proliferation of server-side JavaScriptimplementations. Node.js is one recent notable example of server-side JavaScript being used in real-world applications.

Adoption by Microsoft:
JavaScript very quickly gained widespread success as a client-side scripting language for web pages. Microsoft introduced JavaScript support in its own web browser, Internet Explorer, in version 3.0, released in August 1996.[18][not
given] in citation

Microsoft's webserver,Internet Information Server, introduced support for server-

side scripting in JavaScript with release 3.0 (1996). Microsoft started to promote webpage scripting using the umbrella term Dynamic HTML. Microsoft's JavaScript implementation was later renamed JScript to avoid trademark issues. JScript added new date methods to fix theY2K-problematic methods in JavaScript, which were based on Java's java.util.Date class.


In November 1996, Netscape announced that it had submitted JavaScript to Ecma International for consideration as an industry standard, and subsequent work resulted in the standardized version named ECMAScript. In June 1997, Ecma

International published the first edition of the ECMA-262 specification. A year later, in June 1998, some modifications were made to adapt it to the ISO/IEC-16262 standard, and the second edition was released. The third edition of ECMA-262 (published on December 1999) is the version most browsers currently use. A fourth edition of the ECMAScript standard was not released and does not exist. Fifth edition of the Ecmascript standard was released in December 2009. The current edition of the ECMAScript standard is 5.1, released in June 2011. Later developments JavaScript has become one of the most popular programming languages on the web. Initially, however, many professional programmers denigrated the language because its target audience consisted of web authors and other such "amateurs", among other reasons.[21]The advent of Ajax returned JavaScript to the spotlight and brought more professional programming attention. The result was a proliferation of

comprehensive frameworks and libraries, improved JavaScript programming practices, and increased usage of JavaScript outside of web browsers, as seen by the proliferation of server-side JavaScript platforms.In January 2009, the CommonJS project was founded with the goal of specifying a common standard library mainly for JavaScript development outside the browser.

Today, "JavaScript" is a trademark of Oracle Corporation.[23] It is used under license for technology invented and implemented by Netscape Communications and current entities such as the Mozilla Foundation.

The following features are common to all conforming ECMAScript implementations, unless explicitly specified otherwise.

Imperative and structured:JavaScript supports much of the structured programming syntax

from C (e.g., if statements, while loops, switch statements, etc.). One partial exception is scoping: C-style block scoping is not supported. Instead, JavaScript has function scoping (although, block scoping using the let keyword was added in JavaScript 1.7). Like C, JavaScript makes a distinction between expressions andstatements. One syntactic difference from C is automatic semicolon insertion, in which the semicolons that terminate statements can be omitted.

Dynamic typing:
As in most scripting languages, types are associated with values, not

with variables. For example, a variable x could be bound to a number, then later rebound to a string. JavaScript supports various ways to test the type of an object, including duck typing. Object based: JavaScript is almost entirely object-based. JavaScript objects are associative arrays, augmented with prototypes (see below). Object property names are string keys. They support two equivalent syntaxes: dot notation (obj.x = 10) and bracket notation (obj['x'] = 10). Properties and their values can be added, changed, or deleted at runtime. Most properties of an object (and those on its prototype inheritance chain) can be enumerated using a loop. JavaScript has a small number of built-in objects such as Function and Date.

Run-time evaluation
JavaScript includes an eval function that can execute statements provided as strings at run-time.

Functional: First-class functions

Functions are first-class; they are objects themselves. As such, they have properties and methods, such as .call() and.bind(). A nested function is a function defined within

another function. It is created each time the outer function is invoked. In addition, each created function forms a lexical closure: the lexical scope of the outer function, including any constants, local variables and argument values, becomes part of the internal state of each inner function object, even after execution of the outer function concludes.


The design phase started by reviewing the study phase activates and making decisions about which function are to be performing by the hardware, software and human ware. The process of the system design is elaborate and consists of five main stages and it becomes more and more elaborate of each stage. The supporting diagrams are provided in order to understand the working nature of the system. These diagrams will provide visual display, therefore it easy to understand in pictorial way rather than in a theoretical way. Here two types of supporting diagrams were provides as follows,

Data Flow Diagram System Flow Diagram Entity relational diagram

I.Data Flow Diagram

Admin/User 1. Q

login input

Web site/ Cloud computi ng

Valid ation



Web page upload Under the process of publishing at over internet



Web site display


II). System flow diagram:

Html file &CSS &JAVASRIPT ,


Web administeration

Edit website







Publish web sites all pages




peges publish keywors


Page rank


Web site adminiterator

Internet cloud computin g

Users of website

Form design:
Html & java script, css , xml provides a good environment and rich tools to design the required form in the system, some of the forms in the system are : Home page Skills and training Resume Interview About institute English News Contact us Job & recruitment

3.2 Input design

Input design is a part of overall system design. The main objective during the input design is as given below: To produce a cost-effective method of input. To achieve the highest possible level of accuracy.

To ensure that the input is acceptable and understood by the user. Input stages:
The main input stages can be listed as below: Data manipulation

Data draft Data verification Data control Data transmission Data validation Data correction Input types: It is necessary to determine the various types of inputs. Inputs can be categorized as follows: External inputs, which are prime inputs for the system. Internal inputs, which are user communications with the system. Operational, which are computer departments communications to the system? Interactive, which are inputs entered during a dialogue.

3.3. Output design:

Outputs from computer systems are required primarily to communicate the results of processing to users. They are also used to provides a permanent copy of the results for later consultation. The various types of outputs in general are: External outputs, whose destination is outside the organization. Internal outputs whose destination is within organization and they are the Users main interface with the computer. Operational outputs whose use is purely within the computer department. Interface outputs, which involve the user in communicating directly with Output definition:

The outputs should be defined in terms of the following points:

Type of the output Content of the output Format of the output Location of the output Size of output It is not always desirable to print or display data as it is held on a computer. It should be decided as which form of the output is the most suitable. For example Will decimal points need to be inserted Should leading zeros be suppressed.

Output media:
In the next stage it is to be decided that which medium is the most appropriate for the output. The main considerations when deciding about the output media are Keeping in view the above description the project is to have outputs mainly coming under the category of internal outputs. The main outputs desired according to the requirement specification are the outputs were needed to be generated as a hot copy and as well as queries to be viewed on the screen. Keeping in view these outputs, the format for the output is taken from the outputs, which are currently being obtained after manual processing. The standard printer is to be used as output media for hard copies.

3.4 Database design:

The database design is a must for any application developed especially more for the data storing at the cloud computing . over the internet while this kind of a data are stored and retrieved by one who administrative of the control.

V. System testing and implementation

The method of designing the system to produce desired result is accomplished in the System development. All the facilities required for developing the new system is acquired and computer program preparation is started TESTING METHODOLOGIES White-Box Testing This is performed knowing the internal working of the system. Tests are conducted to ensure that the internal operations perform according to the specification and all internal components have adequately been exercised. White-Box testing is carried out in this project. The testing is executed by giving the valid data types and data. By conducting this test, unnecessary codes which are malfunctioning has been removed from the project. The internal working of the system is tested by giving the inputs to the system successfully.

Black-box Testing Black box testing treats the software as a black box without any understanding as to how the internals behave. It aims to test the functionality according to the requirements. Knowing the specific function that a product or module has been designed to perform; tests can be designed to demonstrate the operational validity of each function. This type of test design is applicable to all levels of unit, integration, functional, system and acceptance testing. After the completion of other testing, design of the system is tested using this testing.

5.1 System testing

System testing is the process of exercising software with the intent of finding and ultimately correcting errors. This fundamental philosophy does not change for web applications, because web-based systems and application reside on a network and interoperate with many different operating system, browsers, hardware platforms, and communication protocols; the search for errors represents a significant challenge for web application. The distributed nature of client/server environments, the performance issues associated with transaction processing, the potential presence of a number of different hardware platforms, the complexities of network communication, the need to serve multiple clients from a centralized database and the requirements imposed on the server all combine to make testing of client\server architectures. Testing issues Types of testing 1. Unit testing

2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Integration testing Validation testing Output testing User acceptance testing System testing:-

1.Unit testing :

All modules were tested and individually as soon as they were completed were checked for there correct functionality. Unit testing is carried out by verify and recover errors within the boundary of the smallest unit or a module. In this testing step, each module was found to be working satisfactory per the expected output of the module. In the package development, each module is tested separately after it has been completed and checked with valid data.

2.Integration testing :
The entire project was split into small programs; each of these single programs gives a frame as an output. These programs were tested individually; at last all these programs where combined together by creating another program where all these constructions were used. It give a lot of problem by not functioning in an integrated manner. The user interface testing is important since the user has to declare that the arrangements made in the frames are convenient and it is satisfied. When the frames are the test, the end user gave suggestion. Since they where much exposed to do the work manually.

3. validation testing:
At the culmination of the black box testing software is completely assembled as a package. Interfacing errors have been uncovered and corrected and a final series of test i.e., validation succeeds when the software functions in a manner that can be reasonably accepted by the customer.

4. output testing:
After performing the validation testing the next step is output testing of the proposed system. Since the system cannot be useful if it does not produce the required output. Asking the users about the format in which the system is required tests the output displayed or generated by the system under consideration. Here the output format is considered in two ways. One is on screen and another one is printed format. The output format on the screen is found to be corrected as the format was designed in the system phase according to the user needs. And for the hardcopy the output comes according to the specifications requested by the user. Here the output testing does not result in any correction in the system.

5. User acceptance testing:

User acceptance testing of the system is the key factor the success of any system. The system under consideration is tested for user acceptance by constantly keeping in touch with prospective system at the time of development and making change whenever required. This is done with regard to the input screen design and output screen design.

6. system testing:
This is to verify that all the system elements have been properly integrated and perform allocated functions. Testing is executing a program to test the logic changes made in it

and with intention of finding errors. Tests are also conducted to find discrepancies between system and its original objective, current specification and documents.

User training:
User training is designed to prepare the user for testing & convening the system. There are several ways to train the user. They are 1. 2. 3. user manual. help screens. training demonstration.

user manual:
The summary of important functions about the system and software can be provided as a document to the user.

help screens:
This features now available in every software package, especially when it is used with a menu. The user selects the help option from the menu. The system accesses the necessary description or information for user reference.

training demonstration:
Another user training element is a training demonstration. Live demonstrations with personal contact are extremely effective for training users.


Implementation is the stage in the project where the theoretical design is turned into a working system. The most crucial stage is achieving a successful new system & giving the user confidence in that the new system will work efficiently & effectively in the implementation state. The stage consists of Testing the developed program with simple data. Detections and correction of error. Creating whether the system meets user requirements. Testing whether the system. Making necessary changes as desired by the user. Training user personnel. Implementation procedures The implementation phase is less creative than system design. A system project may be dropped at any time prior to implementation, although it becomes more difficult when it goes to the design phase. The final report to the implementation phase includes procedural flowcharts, record layouts, report layouts, and a workable plan for implementing the candidate system design into an operational one. Conversion is one aspect of implementation. The conversion portion of the implementation plan is finalized and approved. Files are converted. Parallel processing between the existing and the new system are logged on a special form. Assuming no problems, parallel processing is discontinued. Implementation results are documented for reference.


The system is similar to a decision support system that provides useful transformation to the users of the student This information helps in making decisions regarding assignment of milestone in our class student life. The system required by the client based on their input in a faster manner.

Further enhancements:
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