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A Presentation on

E-Gas Sewa

Fighting Fire Birds

Member:- Saloni khurana(CS-7B-117)


Ravi Gupta(CS-7B-111)
Team guide-Ms. Priyanka Makkar Ujjwal Kalra(CS-7B-126)
Vipul Narang(CS-7B-133)
Introduction

• The project has been designed in order to provide a working overview of


the Gas Agency Booking automation system, through which transactions
like customer gas booking, adding stock and customer account management
and cancellation of booking can be made possible.
• The system is supposed to possess efficient, effective as well as secure
transaction.
• Before development of the system it has to be seen that how the
computerized system is going to benefit the users (i.e. client) as compared
to the manual system, which they are currently using and how it is going to
benefit them more as compared to manual system.
Problem Statement

The existing system is a manual system of booking of gas on consideration to


which E-gas system is being established.
• The basic problems being faced in manual system are:-
1. Daily updation in the gas booking system is required and to maintain it
manually is somewhat a difficult task.
2. Costumer’s details and details of booking have to maintain differently
3. The time taken to prepare the management report and answer management
queries is much higher than that in electronic gas service.
4. Many problems are faced regarding the maintenance of files with increase in
number of costumers .
Scope of the Project

The E-Gas service is an online service provided to the common people for
online booking of gas and checking of the delivery details related to it. Many
new features are included under it which makes it to its perfection like
confirmation message will be send after the booking process, Cancelation
of the booking within in a particular time period. Complaints /feedback
question is answer by the administrator and report is also maintained by
the administrator. For our system of E-GAS BOOKING SYSTEM, we have
focused on costumer roles, authority relationship, information requirements
and interpersonal relationship etc. things to make our system more appropriate.
Model to be Used
E-R Diagram
Database Design

ADMIN USER

ID USER_ID

NAME
NAME
PASWORD
PASWORD
CONTACT
CONTACT
ADDRESS
ADDRESS
REFERNCE_NO

CYLINDER_NO
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CYLINDER
DISTRIBUTOR
DISB_ID
CYLINDER_NO.
NAME

WEIGHT PASWORD

COLOR CONTACT

ADDRESS

LOCATION
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COMPLAINTS/FAQ REQUEST&SERVICED

COMPLAINT_ID
REFERNCE_NO
USER_ID USER_ID

REQUEST_DATE
QUERY
SERVICE_DATE
STATUS
Use Case Description

Use cases: A use case describes a sequence of actions that


provides something of measurable value to an actor and is
drawn as a horizontal ellipse.
Actors: An actor is a person, organization, or external
system that plays a role in one or more interactions with your
system. Actors are drawn as stick figures.
Associations: Associations between actors and use cases are
indicated in use case diagrams by solid lines. An association
exists whenever an actor is involved with an interaction
described by a use case. Associations are modelled as lines
connecting use cases and actors to one another, with an
optional arrowhead on one end of the line.
Use case Diagram
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Administrator
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User
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Distributor
Activity Diagram
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Sequence Diagram
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Project Requirement and
Implementation
Feasibility study

The feasibility study was to analyse the economic, organizational, and


technical feasibility of the project.
Need analysis: starting with the summary analysis of needs, it was
useful to make a gross estimate of the investment and operational cost of the
project (in terms of human and material resources), the time frames
envisaged, and any return on investment. Based on these estimates, the
decision was taken to work further.
Technical Study

• Requirement Analysis:-Requirement descript of how a system should


behave or system properties or attributes
• Market Analysis:-The goal of market analysis was to determine the
attractiveness of the market and to understand its
evolving opportunities and threats
• Cost Analysis:-It was an analysis of the cost effectiveness on order to
see whether the benefits outweigh the costs. The aim
was to gauge the efficiency of the intervention relative
to the status quo.
Cost Estimation
Gantt Chart
Design Specification
Data Flow Diagram
Zero level
Data Dictionary

Administrator
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User
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Cylinder
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Distributor
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Complaints/FAQ
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Request and Serviced


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