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DIVINE WORD COLLEGE OF BANGUED

DIVINE WORD COLLEGE OF BANGUED INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY


COMPUTER-BASED ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEM

A Project Study Presented to

the Faculty of the Information Technology Program

Divine Word College of Bangued

In Partial Fulfillment

of the Requirements for the Degree

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

Jhon Mark Banganan


John Paul Barcena
Efren Bersalon Jr.
Twixxe Rosales
Roli Trongco

March 2017
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APPROVAL SHEET

This project study entitled DIVINE WORD COLLEGE OF BANGUED


INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEM prepared and
submitted by ROLI TRONGCO, TWIXXE ROSALES, JOHN PAUL BARCENA, JHON
MARK BANGANAN, EFREN BERSALONA JR. in partial fulfillment of the
requirements for the degree of BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY, has been examined and recommended for acceptance and
approval for oral examination.

JOJO TIOGALBO BERIA


Adviser
PROJECT STUDY COMMITTES

ALMAVILLA STA. MARIA, MAT Eng. MELINDA TABERDO, MBA


Member Member

SHELANIEJEAN L. LIM, MIT


Chairperson

PANEL OF EXAMINERS

APPROVED by the committee on Oral Examination on


______________ with a grade of _______________.

SHELANIEJEAN L. LIM, MIT


Chairperson

ALMAVILLA STA. MARIA, MAT Eng. MELINDA TABERDO, MBA


Member Member

ACCEPTED AND APPROVED in partial fulfillment of the


requirements for the degree of BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY.

SHELANIEJEAN L. LIM, MIT


Department Head,
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
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Abstract

Title: Divine Word College of Bangued


Information Technology Computer-Based
Accounting Information System

Author: Roli Trongco, Twixxe Rosales, John Paul


Barcena, Jhon Mark Banganan, Efren
Bersalona Jr.

Document Typed: Capstone Thesis

Total Number Pages:

Typed of publications: Unpublished

Accrediting Institution: Divine Word College of Bangued

Keywords: Accounting Information System,Information Technology

Today, Information Technology has become one of the key

driving forces in the improvement of performance in business

processes. Currently, more and more organizations continue

spending on information system and as a result, their budget

continue to rise. Computerized information systems in general are

developed using information technology with the aim to aid them in

performing their assigned task. Resulting to better decision

making and efficient job performance.

The traditional way of recording, summarizing and reporting

company’s financial reports led to less optimal decisions while


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investment in good and reliable accounting system has been proven

to lead them to better management and analysis of firm’s

performance. This led the researchers decide to investigate on

the application of and use of accounting information system and

its impact on the organizational effectiveness.

Traditionally, the Divine Word College Information Technology

Department prepared accounts, kept books, and produced documents

manually. With this type of record keeping, the department

experienced loss of valuable time on record keeping, maintaining,

and updating records. The researchers’ findings suggest that the

department is in need of a computerized information system which

led them to develop an accounting information system. This system

aims to help facilitate the departmental record-keeping

specifically the student attendance in school events and

activities regardless of it being compulsory or not. In addition,

the proposed system aims to promote transparency in the

manipulation of records and avoid past incidents such as

unaccounted funds for unknown reasons.


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In the software development, the researchers decided to use

the Visual Studio Community 2015 Integrated Development

Environment (IDE) and Visual Basic programming language because

Visual Studio Community 2015 offers a wide range of compilers and

templates thus, making it easier to create applications especially


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with its feature “Intellisense”. In addition, the researchers used

Rapid Application Development Model (RAD) in the application

development. This method was chosen because it increases

reusability of components, encourages customers’ feedback, and

most of all, it reduces the development time thus, faster software

development process.

The researchers utilized two types of data gathering records;

a) Interview, and b) Direct Observation. During the interview, a

formal interview was conducted to the selected students of Bachelor

of Science in Information Technology, and the program head Ms.

Shelaniejean Luna Lim. The proposed system has the following

features: a. user-friendly Interface Design and Layout, b. Student

Account overview, c. Search function, d. Update function, e. User-

classification, f. Password protected Log in, and g. help feature.

The researchers concluded that with the help of the proposed

Accounting Information System, the students are able to assess

past and present transactions involving department accounts and

other resources. This will not only help address the flaws of the

old manual record-keeping system but also help in identifying the

viable features that can be adapted by the new system and future

studies.
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The researchers would like to express their profound

gratitude to professor Ms. Shelaniejean Luna Lim, MIT, the

department head of Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

for her exemplary guidance, monitoring and constant encouragement

throughout the course of this project study. The blessings, help

and guidance given by her, from time-to-time shall carry us a long

way in the journey of life on which we are about to embark.

To the panel members Mrs. Melinda B. Taberdo, MBA, Mrs.

Almavilla Santa Maria, MAT Eng., Mrs. Shelaniejean Luna Lim, MIT,

thank you for the helpful comments and suggestions you gave towards

the realization of this project study.

Moreover, the researchers would have not had finished this

project study without the support of their families who were always

there in times of need, and their love never fails to empower them

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The researchers also give thanks to their adviser, Mr. Jojo

Tiogalbo Beria for his untiring effort, patience, and for

constructively giving criticisms throughout this project study. A

special thanks to Mrs. Evangeline Borja, the school librarian for

assistance in the library for additional resources to finish his

project. Lastly, the researchers would like to thank our heavenly

Father who gives hope, being the source of our strength.


DIVINE WORD COLLEGE OF BANGUED

Jhon Mark Banganan


John Paul Barcena
Efren Bersalon Jr.
Roli Trongco
Twixxe Rosales

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DEDICATION
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This piece of work is lovingly and wholeheartedly dedicated

to our teachers, friends, especially to our parents for their

undying support and inspiration for the completion of this book.

Above all, to our Almighty God for His continuous love,

guidance and courage to be able to finish this study.

Jhon Mark Banganan


John Paul Barcena
Efren Bersalon Jr.
Roli Trongco
Twixxe Rosales

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Page

Title Page …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… i


Approval Sheet ………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ii
Abstract ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. iii
Acknowledgement ……………………………………………………………………………………………………. vii
Dedication …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. ix
Table of Contents ………………………………………………………………………………………………. x
List of Figures ……………………………………………………………………………………………………. xi
CHAPTER I. PROJECT OVERVIEW
Background of the Study ………………………………………………………………………………. 1
Conceptual Database Design …………………………………………………………………... 6
Company Profile ……………………………………………………………………………………………………. 7
Importance of the Study ………………………………………………………………………………. 8
Statement of the Problem ……………………………………………………………………………. 10
Objective ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 11
Definition of terms …………………………………………………………………………………………. 12

CHAPTER II. METHODOLOGY


Software Development Methodology ………………………………………………………. 15
Scope and Delimitation …………………………………………………………………………………. 18
Data Gathering Techniques …………………………………………………………………………. 19
Sources of Data ……………………………………………………………………………………………………. 20

CHAPTER III. DISCUSSION OF FINDINGS


Discussion of Findings …………………………………………………………………………………… 21
Information Requirement ………………………………………………………………………………… 22
Hardware Requirement ………………………………………………………………………………………… 23
Software Requirement …………………………………………………………………………………….. 23
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Entity Relationshio Diagram ……………………………………………………………………. 30
Flowchart ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 31
CHAPTER IV. CONCLUSION AND RECOMENDATION
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Conclusion and Recommendations ………………………………………………………… 39-40
References …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 41
Appendices …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 44
Screenshot of the System with Codes …………………………………. 44
Curriculum Vitae ……………………………………………………………………………………………….. 57
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List of Figures

Figure No. Title Page

1.0 Conceptual Database Framework ……………………… 6

3.0 Main ………………………………………………………………………………………… 24

3.1 Log In …………………………………………………………………………………… 24

3.2 Admin Menu ………………………………………………………………………… 25

3.3 Events …………………………………………………………………………………… 25

3.4 Attendance ………………………………………………………………………… 26

3.5 Fees ………………………………………………………………………………………… 27

3.6 StudentInfo ……………………………………………………………………… 28

3.7 Data Flow Diagram ……………………………………………………… 29


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List of Tables

Table No. Title Page

2.0 Respondents 20
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Chapter 1

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Background of the Study

Today, Information Technology and business sectors have

become key driving forces in business operations and performance.

These forces cut across many industries to force changes that, in

turn, have had significant economic and social impacts on the

organizational effectiveness (Doms, Jarmin and Klimek, 2004).

Currently, most organizations continue to increase spending

on information system and their budgets continue to rise.

Generally, information system is developed using information

technology to aid an individual in performing their job. Therefore,

most organizations focus on developing information system in order

to support decision system, communication, knowledge management,

as well as many others. (Nzoma Samuel, 2011)

The key part of information system needed for decision making

in an organization is Accounting Information System (AIS).


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AIS is an important topic for managers and researchers alike.

However, there is evidence of a gap between Accounting Information

System research and practice. Huber (1990) states that making

opines in managing an organization and implementing an internal


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control system in the role of AIS is crucial. He questioned the

fit of Accounting Information System with organizational

requirements for information communication and control. He

concluded that although the information generated from accounting

information system can be effective in decision-making process,

purchase and installation. The usage of such a system is beneficial

when the benefits exceed its costs.

Hunton, (2002) showed that there was strong relationship

between Accounting Information System and organizational

effectiveness.

To compare Accounting Information System Chang, Y. W. (2001)

studied the nexus between organizational strategies and

performance. They found out that organizations systematically vary

the AIS design to support their chosen strategy, recognizing that

AIS have the potential to facilitate strategy management and

enhance organizational performance (Chang, 2001).

The traditional way of recording, summarizing and reporting

company financial reports led to less optimal decisions.

Investment in good and reliable accounting system has become a

major concern for all managers as it leads to better management

and analysis of firm’s performance. This has led the researchers

to investigate on the application and use of accounting its impact

on the organizational effectiveness.


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According to Hilton (2006), all organization has goals.

Information is needed as they strive to attain those goals and for

the management to function in decision making, planning, directing

operations and controlling.

This study examines in detail two possible explanations for

the gap in Accounting Information System. First, is the inadequacy

in transfer of academic knowledge on Accounting Information System

to practice. Secondly, the scarcities use of the Accounting

Information Systems. It examined the use and logic of

transformation of Accounting Information System in the Information

Technology department. The researchers focused on the ways on how

specific Information Technology affects the operation of

organization especially on the Information Technology Department.

As information technologies grow more progressive, the manual

accounting systems have become gradually inadequate for decision

needs (Brecht and Martin, 1996). Consequently, public and private

companies in both developing and developed economies view a

computerized Accounting Information System as a vehicle to ensure

effective and efficient information flow in the collecting,

recording and posting, processing, and analysis of financial data.

AIS is a tool which, when incorporated into the field of IT, were

designed to help in the management and control of topics related

to firms’ financial area.


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Traditionally, Information Technology (IT) department

manually. With the use of manual record keeping the department

experienced loses valuable time on record keeping, maintaining and

updating their records. This is supported by the study of J. Hall

(2002) which states that manual procedures tend to produce clerical

errors, such as incorrect account numbers, invalid inventory

numbers, and price-quantity extension miscalculation.

Accounting Information System helps business units and solve

long-term problems of managers in the areas of finances, costs and

cash flow through providing information to support and supervise

companies in the dynamic and competitive environment, and to help

the integration of companies and the operational considerations in

a profitable way(Romney, 2009).

Ponemon and Nagida (1990) asserted that the relationship

between AIS and Organizational Effectiveness and the main reason

for which accounting information is generated to facilitate

decision making. These qualitative characteristics require that

the information must not be unfair nor has predisposition of

favoring one party over the others. Accounting information should

give a decision maker the capacity to predict future actions. It

should also increase the knowledge of the users to identify

similarities and differences in two type of information system

(Bolon, 1998).
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According to the study of Hunton(2002) which investigated the

relationship between automated accounting information system and

organizational effectiveness showed that there was a strong

relationship between AIS and organizational effectiveness. This

means access to accounting information will lead to organizational

effectiveness. Several studies on value of accounting information

for equity valuation, share price and earnings prediction have

queried current financial reporting model in the developed world.

In managing an organization and implementing an internal control

system the role of AIS is crucial.

Mustard Seed(2016) said it its column that“The main reason

why many businesses go for a computerized accounting system is the

fact that it gives them fast, reliable and mobility in reporting

the current status of their business”. It also increases accuracy,

increases internal control system, increases productivity, and

easy back up and restoration of records.


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Huber, (1990) agrees that automated accounting information

system aids decision making for management of organizations.

Benefits of accounting information system can be evaluated by its

impacts on improvement of decision- making process, quality of

accounting information, performance evaluation, internal controls

and facilitating company’s transactions. With these five


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characteristics, the effectiveness of AIS is highly important for

all the firms.

Conceptual Database Design

The operational paradigm of the study consists of three

essential performance factors namely: input, process, and output.

The input consists of Student’s personal records, which

includes: 1. Name, 2.Age, 3.Gender, 4.Guardian, and 5. Contacts.

The process deals with the organization of records storage in

a database. This includes simplification of student records,

organization of events list, and lastly, the consolidation of

attendance and computation of fines.

The output consists of the organized form of records. This

includes students’ account overview, organized event list with

description, and lastly, the simplified attendance record and

computed fines.
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NOTE:there should be 4 boxes (input, data gathering technique,

1. Student personal 1. Student 1. Organized


records: records are student
 Name organized and account
 Age put into a overview.
 Gender database.
 Guardian
 Contacts 2. Organized
2. Event List and 2. Event list are event list with
description: organized and descriptions
 Event put into a and
name database. information
 Event date included.
3. Attendance 3. Attendance
record: records are
 Compulso organized and 3. Simplified and
ry consolidated, computed list
 Non- fines are of attendance
compulsor computed and and fines.
y put into a
 Attended/ database.
not
process and output)

Figure 1.0 Conceptual Framework Paradigm

Company Profile

Fr. Jerome A. Adriatico, SVD became President of Divine Word

College 1999. Significant developments from the Grade School to

the Graduate School were made. The Pre-School opened in 2001 and

was given government recognition in 2003, the same year the school

accepted special education students. The pupils who had

disabilities like the hearing impaired were mainstreamed in the

regular classes.
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Courses such as Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) opened

in 2001; Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT),

Bachelor of Science in Biology (BSBiology) and Bachelor of Science

in Industrial Engineering (BSIE) in 2003. BSBiology however was

frozen in 2010 due to lack of enrolment. With the opening of BSIT,

an additional computer laboratory was set up in the Grade School

with 20 new sets of computers. Computer subject were also

integrated in the college. Some courses were given 2 re-accredited

status such as Liberal Arts, Bachelor of Science in Commerce and

Teacher Education.

In response to the growing need for computer professionals in

the industry, government, and non-government institutions, and in

keeping with the mission of developing professional competence to

service the needs of Philippine development, particularly,

Northern Luzon and Abra, Divine Word College of Bangued offers

Bachelors of Science in Information Technology.

In the year 2016 – 2017, the Department of IT in the Divine

Word College of Bangued is currently headed by Ms. Shelaniejean

Luna Lim, Master of Information Technology.

Importance of the Study

The purpose of this study is to help student and student

leaders to promote transparency in the manipulation of the


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Information Technology Students’ Account related records and

avoiding past incident like unaccounted funds with an unknown

reason. With this, the researchers proposed a system that can

handle a secured record keeping with a maintainable and well

arranged database for student records in the Information

Technology Department.

This study is beneficial to the following:

To the Information Technology (IT) Officers. This study is

beneficial to the Information Technology officers to help them

record and monitor the accounts of the students.

To the Information Technology (IT) Students. This study give the

students a quick access to their account records regarding with

their fines, contributions.

To the Researchers. This study allows the researchers to apply the

theories and concepts they learned inside the classroom

specifically in developing an accounts information system.

To the future Researchers. This study served as a reference for

the future researchers in similar studies on accounting

information system. The results and findings of this study shall

serve as their basis in their own studies.


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Statement of the problem


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The study aimed to develop and design an Accounting

Information System for the Information Technology Department of

Divine Word College of Bangued.

Specifically the study seeks to:

a) What are the Information requirements in the design of the

Accounting Information System for the IT Department along the

areas on:

a) System design and administration;

b) System content management; and

c) User role requirements?

b) What are the problems encountered by the IT Dept. student

leaders in terms of:

a) Collection of accounts;

b) Computing balances; and

c) Recording of accounts?

c) What are the processes involved in the existing system in

terms of:

a) Recording;

b) Collections; and

c) Posting? 11

d) What should be undertaken to create a well-arranged database

in order to implement good security of the system for data

security in terms of:


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a) Log-in;

b) Putting password

Objective of the Study

The main objective of this study is to design and develop an

Accounting Information System for the Information Technology

Department that assesses the past and present transactions

involving the department’s account and other resources.

Specifically this study aims to achieve the following

objectives:

1. To identify the information requirements in the design of the

accounting Information system for the IT Department.

2. To identify the difficulties encountered by the information

Technology Department Student Leaders in terms of:

a) Collection of accounts

b) Computing balances; and

c) Recording of accounts

3. To identify the process involved in the existing system in

terms of:

a) Recording; 12

b) Collection of accounts; and

c) Posting
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4. To identify what should be undertaken to create a well-

arranged database in order to implement good security of the

system for the database in terms of:

a) Log-in; and

b) Putting password

Definition of terms

Information System – any organized system for the collection,

organization, storage and communication of the information. More

specifically, it is the study of complementary networks that people

and organization use to collect, filter, and process, create and

distribute data.

Nexus - A connection or series of connections linking two or

more things.

Accounting Information System (AIS) - A computer-based method

for tracking accounting activity in conjunction with the

information technology resources.

Data processing - Processing of information, especially the

handling of information by computers in accordance with strictly

defined systems of procedure.

System - A coordinated body of methods.


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Computer Software - Computer application programmed to do a

single or group of talks.


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Information Technology - Is the application of computers and

telecommunications equipment to store, retrieve, transmit and

manipulate data.

Posting - The act or process of entering date in an accounts

ledger.

Data Security - A data that is free from or not exposed to harm.

Computing Balances - The act of calculating the unpaid

difference represented by the excess of debits over credits.

Add New – putting a new record into the database.

Log in – gain access to the system by entering necessary log in

credentials such as username and password.

Update – change record by adding recent changes.

Database – collection of organized information. 14

Intellisence - is the general term for a number of features: List

Members, Parameter Info, Quick Info, and Complete Word. These

features help you to learn more about the code you are using, keep

track of the parameters you are typing, and add calls to properties

and methods with only a few keystrokes.


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Chapter 2
METHODOLOGY
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This chapter discusses the procedures used in the conduct of

the project study. It presents the software development

methodology used, scope and delimitation of the study, data

gathering techniques and the source of data.

Software Development Methodology

The proposed system was written in Visual Basic using Visual

Studio Community 2015 Integrated Development Environment. Visual

Studio offers a wide range of compilers and templates thus, making

it easier to create applications especially with its feature

“Intellisense”. It offers everything that the design and

development of the system would need including but not limited to:

Service-type SQL server for the database, Windows Form Designer

for the Graphical User Interface (GUI), and Visual Basic Compiler

for the code design.

The system used Rapid Application Development Model (RAD).

This method was chosen by the developers because it increases

reusability of components, encourages customer feedback, and most

of all, it reduces development time thus, faster software

development process.
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Below is the RAD model diagram containing the steps that

explaining in creating and completing the system during and

throughout the software development process.

Figure 2.0 RAD DIAGRAM

In figure 2.0, shows, all the phases that are followed in the

RAD. The phases are shortened and combined with each other to

produce a more streamlined development technique.

Requirements Planning phase. This phase combines elements of

the system planning and systems analysis phases of the Systems

Development Life Cycle (SDLC). Users, managers, and IT staff

discussed and agree on business needs, project scope, constraints,

and system requirements. It ends when the team agreed on the key

issues and obtains management authorization to continue.


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In this phase, the researchers discussed the requirements in

the system and carefully planned what software to used in creating

the Accounting Information System for Information Technology

Department. The system must be compatible to other Operating System

when it is installed.

User Design phase. During this phase, users interact with

systems analysts and develop models and prototypes that represent

all system processes, inputs, and outputs. User Design is a

continuous interactive process that allows users to understand,

modify, and eventually approve a working model of the system that

meets their needs.

In this phase the researchers designed the system that can

demonstrate the different processes or modules of the system, such

us Login Page, Search Function, Update Function, Events Function

and other features of the system.

Construction phase. This phase focuses on program and

application development. Users continue to participate edit or

make changes to improve the proposed system.

In this phase the researchers created a system. Moreover the

researchers test the system to check if there’s a need for further

modification to improve the system. If the clients are not

satisfied with the results the system developers will then


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reconstruct or add features to the system and repeat the process

for clients are satisfaction.

Cutover phase. This resembles the final stage in the RAD. It

includes data conversion, testing, changeover to the new system,

and user training. Compared with traditional methods, the entire

process is compressed. As a result, the new system is built,

delivered, and placed in operation earlier.

The researchers converted the system into an installer so

that the system will compressed and when someone download the

system the system is lite or fast to download. The system is user

friendly and free from errors or bugs.

Scope and Delimitation

The study focused on collecting, recording and posting of

students accounts of the Information Technology Department of

Divine Word College of Bangued to enable easy and faster access of

records. The Benefits of the Accounting Information System to the

Department of Information Technology and to the Administrator and

User, was that its Database is secured. Every user has its own

level of access to the system and the Admin-user is the only one

who can have access on the important details. The System is user-

friendly which makes it much easier to monitor the student

accounts, daily reports, and expenses. The researchers develop and


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improve the existing system in different aspects that would help

them for easy, fast and reliable transactions.

Data Gathering Techniques

The researcher used different data gathering techniques in

conducting the study. Due on using through in data analysis.

Interview. Is used where the researchers gathered information

or data required to do the design of the system. A formal interview

was conducted to the students of Bachelor of Science in Information

Technology wherein possible answers are not suggested and the

respondent answered the questionnaires in his/her own words. The

program head of BSIT Ms. Shelaniejean Luna Lim, MIT, also served

as one of the respondents.

Observation. Was also used the researchers were to

understand how the manual keeping of records or money, and how it

process? In observing the manual records, the researchers designed

an easy, faster and were reliable system that can be used in the

Information Technology Department.

Data Analysis. Was also utilized to study the content format

and structure of the proposed system. The researchers identified

the different types of documents to be used in the proposed system.

The researchers source from the book, reviewed, source from other

people?
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Sources of Data

Data were used from observation and interviews of the

respondents. Documents or books in the library as well as volume

resources we used in making the proposed system.

The respondents of the study who also served as the resources

of the proposed system are shown in the table below.

Table 2.0 Respondents:

Respondents Number of Respondents


Program Head
 Ms. Shelaniejean Luna 1
Lim
Students
 The officers of the
Bachelor of Science in 15
Information Techology

Total 16

Chapter 3
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Discussion of Findings

This chapter presents the information requirements needed in

the design of the course Accounting Information System. It also

discusses the design features of the system.

Information Requirements of the Accounting Information System

The proposed system is intended to help facilitate in

attendance and record keeping of the DWCB IT department. This is

to help improve the consistency of records kept and speed of

transactions especially during payment of fines and fees.

The information requirements in the design of the accounting

information system along with the area on system design and

administration are as follows:

Student Information Database. The system requires a well-

organized record of student information to be kept in a database.

The Database contains student data such as Name, Age, Gender,

Address, and Name of Guardian and Contact Numbers.

Events Information Database. The system requires a well-

organized record of events and school activities (includes both

compulsory & non-compulsory) to be kept in a database. The Database

contains information about the event such as Event Name, Event

Date, Compulsory/Non-Compulsory, Fine. 22


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Software Features of the Accounting Information System

Interface Design and Layout. The User interface of the system

is designed to be simple, easy to use and easy to learn. The

appearance is made to be plain and easy to read for the same

purpose. Furthermore, it is designed to have an independent window

for each and every feature to make it look more organized.

Student Account Overview. This feature enables the user to

have a quick glance or overview of the student’s account. This

includes; name, events attended and not attended, and fines. It

also provides an option to update the student’s account or go back

to the student list window.

Search. This feature allows the user to look for a specific

student account. This returns a list of search results according

to the information provided by the user.

Update. This feature gives the user the power to alter

records. Through this, the user can add, edit, or delete records

of both students and events.

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User Classification. The system recognizes 2 kinds of user;

1. Admin, and 2. Guest. The admin has full access privilege which

includes search, event list, student list, account overview, and


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altering of records. The Guest on the other hand, has limited

access privilege which only includes search, student list, and

account overview.

Log in Information. The system utilizes a user log in policy

to avoid unauthorized access to the records. Since the admin is

the only one who can alter records, it is the only user account

that requires log in credential whereas the guest user doesn’t

require any password.

Help Feature. The User interface is already made simple and

easy to use, however, if the user still finds problems in the UI,

a help menu is also provided. This feature will aid the user in

learning how to navigate and use the different features of the

system.

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Screenshots of the Accounting Information System

Figure 3.0.Main
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The figure shows a screen shot of the main form. This

window is the first form that shows up upon running the program.

It offers 2 choices; click admin and enter log in credentials

and use admin privileges, or click student to enter as guest.

Figure 3.1.Log In

When Admin is chosen in the first window, the user will be

greeted by this form. In this form, the user will be required to

enter log in credentials in order to continue as admn.


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Figure 3.2.Admin Menu

After a successful log in, this window will pop out. On this
form, the user can use the various buttons to navigate throughout
the program.

Figure 3.3.Events

The list of events will be presented on this form.

Additionally, the user can also alter event recrds right here.
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Figure 3.4.Attendance

This is the attendance form; here, the user can look for a

specific student’s attendance, as well as the details of the

event.
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Figure 3.5.Fees

This window provides information about the fees associated

with the events.


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Figure 3.6.StudentInfo

These windows provide information about the student

including the summary of fees to be payed.


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Hardware and Software Requirements

In order to run the program, the user must have the

following hardware and software requirements installed.

Hardware: Software:

1GB RAM Windows 7 or higher

10GB available Hard Disk MS Access 2007 or higher

1.0GHz Processor Microsoft.Ace.OLEDB.12.0

Figure 3.7. Data Flow Diagram


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Entity Relationship Diagram (ERD)


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DATA STRUCTURES SHARED AMONG MODULES


Tables used are listed as follows,

Student Form
 Student Id
 Last Name
 First Name
 Middle Name
 Student Address
 Contact
 Guardian
 Guardian Address
 Guardian Contact no
Student Fees
 Student Fee Id
 Fee Id
 DBId
 Lastname
Other Fees
 Fee Id
 Fee Name
 Fee Description
 Fee
Attendance
 Attendance Id
 Event Id
 DBId
 Lname
 In
 Out
Event
 Event Id
 Event Name
 Event Date
 Description
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ADMIN FORM

Module 1:Admin Login

 Input: username and password


Table used: Login
 Procedural details:
 Flow chart:

Start

Input user name


and password

Checking

If not

Invalid user Admin


name

Admin Homepage

 File I/O interface: Graphical User interface


 Outputs: Admin Homepage
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Module 2: Student Information

 Inputs: Adding new Student Record


Tables used: Student Information
 Procedural detail
o Flow chart

Start

Student
Information

Adding
Students

Edit

Student
Information

Student Information
Executed
Successfully

Stop

 File I/O interface: Graphical User interface


 Outputs: Students added successfully
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Module 3: Events

 Inputs: Adding new Events


Tables used: Events
 Procedural detail
o Flow chart

Start

Events

Adding
Events

Edit

Events
Information

Events Executed
Successfully

Stop

 File I/O interface: Graphical User interface


 Outputs: Add new Events
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Module 4: Fees

 Inputs: Adding new Fees for students


Tables used: Fees
 Procedural detail
o Flow chart

Start

Fees

Adding
Fees

Edit

Fees
Information

Fees Executed
Successfully

Stop

 File I/O interface: Graphical User interface


 Outputs: Add new Fee for student
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Module 5: Attendance

 Inputs: Adding Events and searching Students.


Tables used: Attendance
 Procedural detail
o Flow chart

Start

Attendance

Input Add Events


Lname and
Fname
Edit

Events
Information

Events Executed
Successfully

Stop

 File I/O interface: Graphical User interface


 Outputs: In Attendance by adding events and
Searching the students.
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Module 6: Student Fees

 Inputs: Adding Fees and Searching the Name of Students


Tables used: Student Fees
 Procedural detail
o Flow chart

Start

Student Fees

Input Add Fees


Lname and
Fname
Edit

Fees
Information

Fees Executed
Successfully

Stop

 File I/O interface: Graphical User interface


 Outputs: An Student Fees by adding Fees and
Searching the students.
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STUDENT FORM

Module 7: Student Form


 Inputs: Calculation of Fines and Fees of Students
Tables used: Student Form
 Procedural detail
 Flow chart
Start

Input Id,
Lastname and
Firtsname

Verify
Student
Record

Compute
the Fines
and Fees

Generate Fees
and Fines of
Students
successfully

Stop

 File I/O interface: Input the Student Record


 Outputs: Search Student Records and It automatically
Compute Fines and Fees
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Chapter 4

CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION

Conclusion

The researchers therefore conclude that with the help of

Accounting Information System, students are able to assess the

past and present transactions involving the department’s account

and other resources. Accounting Information is not only a help in

identifying the flaws on the manual system but also identifying

the difficulties encountered regarding: record keeping, accounts

collection, and information dissemination, and to identify the

viable features of the current system that can be adapted in the

proposed accounting information system. The systems accomplish the

functions of accounting; generate accounting reports, and using

accounting reports. Furthermore, it will also help the Department

of Information Technology to eliminate bias in paying students

responsibilities. It will speed up the transactions and will reduce

redundancy of the records, events, and other information about the

enrolled students of the Information Technology. The system offers

security of the student’s information, exact records, and

especially accurate calculations of the fines.

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Recommendation
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In developing the computerized accounting information system

for the Information Technology Department, there are several

recommendations that can be used in the future such as:

a) Doing the post-implementation stage of the System Life

Cycle methodology.

b) Updating and debugging the information system to avoid

system failure

c) Maintenance of the system

d) Hardware maintenance

e) Training of the officer in charge to master the

software

f) Honesty of the officer in charge

g) Developing of the system

h) Only the officer in charge can access the system

i) The system will provide information security.

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References
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J. Hall (2006), Accounting Information System, Philippine

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Huber, G. P. (1990). A theory of the effects of advanced

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computerized-accounting-which-is-better-in-the-

philippines/
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Appendices

Screen Shot of the Accounting Information System with the Codes

Figure 3.0. Main

Public Class Form1

Private Sub Button2_Click(sender As System.Object, e As


System.EventArgs) Handles Button2.Click
student.Visible = True

End Sub

Private Sub Button1_Click(sender As System.Object, e As


System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click
LoginForm1.Visible = True

End Sub

Private Sub Form1_Load(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal


e As System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load

End Sub
End Class
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Figure 3.1.Log In

Public Class LoginForm1

' TODO: Insert code to perform custom authentication using the


provided username and password
' (See http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=35339).
' The custom principal can then be attached to the current
thread's principal as follows:
' My.User.CurrentPrincipal = CustomPrincipal
' where CustomPrincipal is the IPrincipal implementation used
to perform authentication.
' Subsequently, My.User will return identity information
encapsulated in the CustomPrincipal object
' such as the username, display name, etc.

Private Sub OK_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As


System.EventArgs) Handles OK.Click
If UsernameTextBox.Text = "admin" And PasswordTextBox.Text
= "admin" Then

End If
admin.Visible = True
Me.Close()
End Sub

Private Sub Cancel_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal


e As System.EventArgs) Handles Cancel.Click
Me.Close()
End Sub
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Private Sub PasswordTextBox_TextChanged(sender As


System.Object, e As System.EventArgs) Handles
PasswordTextBox.TextChanged

End Sub

Private Sub LoginForm1_Load(ByVal sender As System.Object,


ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load

End Sub
End Class

Figure 3.2.Admin Menu

Public Class admin

Private Sub Button1_Click(sender As System.Object, e As


System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click
studentinfo.Visible = True

End Sub

Private Sub Button2_Click(sender As System.Object, e As


System.EventArgs) Handles Button2.Click
attendance.Show()

End Sub

Private Sub Button3_Click(sender As System.Object, e As


System.EventArgs) Handles Button3.Click
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events1.Visible = True

End Sub

Private Sub Button4_Click(sender As System.Object, e As


System.EventArgs) Handles Button4.Click
Fees.Visible = True

End Sub

Private Sub Button5_Click(sender As System.Object, e As


System.EventArgs) Handles Button5.Click
studentfees.Show()

End Sub

Private Sub admin_Load(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal


e As System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load

End Sub
End Class

Figure 3.3.Events
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Public Class events1

Private Sub EventBindingNavigatorSaveItem_Click(sender As


System.Object, e As System.EventArgs) Handles
EventBindingNavigatorSaveItem.Click
Me.Validate()
Me.EventBindingSource.EndEdit()
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Me.TableAdapterManager.UpdateAll(Me._record_data1DataSet)

End Sub

Private Sub events1_Load(sender As System.Object, e As


System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load
'TODO: This line of code loads data into the
'_record_data1DataSet._event' table. You can move, or remove it,
as needed.

Me.EventTableAdapter.Fill(Me._record_data1DataSet._event)

End Sub

Private Sub Button1_Click(sender As System.Object, e As


System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click
EventBindingSource.AddNew()
End Sub

Private Sub Button2_Click(sender As System.Object, e As


System.EventArgs) Handles Button2.Click
Try
EventBindingSource.EndEdit()
EventTableAdapter.Update(_record_data1DataSet)
MessageBox.Show("Data Saved")
Catch ex As Exception
MessageBox.Show("Error in Saving Data")
End Try
End Sub

Private Sub Button3_Click(sender As System.Object, e As


System.EventArgs) Handles Button3.Click
Select Case MsgBox("Are you sure you want to delete this
data." + " Once deleted, it can't be retrieve",
MsgBoxStyle.YesNo, "Delete Data")
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Case MsgBoxResult.Yes
EventBindingSource.RemoveCurrent()
EventBindingSource.EndEdit()
EventTableAdapter.Update(_record_data1DataSet)
MessageBox.Show("Data Deleted")

End Select
End Sub

Private Sub Button4_Click(sender As System.Object, e As 49


System.EventArgs) Handles Button4.Click
EventIdTextBox.Text = ""
Event_NameTextBox.Text = ""
DescriptionTextBox.Text = ""
Event_DateDateTimePicker.Text = ""

End Sub
End Class

Figure 3.4.Attendance

Public Class attendance

Dim Other_FeesTableAdapter As Object

Private Sub AttendanceBindingNavigatorSaveItem_Click(sender


As System.Object, e As System.EventArgs) Handles
AttendanceBindingNavigatorSaveItem.Click
Me.Validate()
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Me.AttendanceBindingSource.EndEdit()

Me.TableAdapterManager.UpdateAll(Me._record_data1DataSet)

End Sub

Private Sub attendance_Load(sender As System.Object, e As


System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load
'TODO: This line of code loads data into the
'_record_data1DataSet.Other_Fees' table. You can move, or remove 50
it, as needed.

Me.Other_FeesTableAdapter1.Fill(Me._record_data1DataSet.Other_Fe
es)
'TODO: This line of code loads data into the
'_record_data1DataSet._event' table. You can move, or remove it,
as needed.

Me.EventTableAdapter.Fill(Me._record_data1DataSet._event)
'TODO: This line of code loads data into the
'_record_data1DataSet.student' table. You can move, or remove
it, as needed.

Me.StudentTableAdapter.Fill(Me._record_data1DataSet.student)
'TODO: This line of code loads data into the
'_record_data1DataSet.attendance' table. You can move, or remove
it, as needed.

Me.AttendanceTableAdapter.Fill(Me._record_data1DataSet.attendanc
e)

End Sub

Private Sub Button1_Click(sender As System.Object, e As


System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click
AttendanceBindingSource.AddNew()
End Sub

Private Sub Button2_Click(sender As System.Object, e As


System.EventArgs) Handles Button2.Click
Try
AttendanceBindingSource.EndEdit()
AttendanceTableAdapter.Update(_record_data1DataSet)
MessageBox.Show("Data Saved!")
Catch ex As Exception
MessageBox.Show("Error in Saving Data!")
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End Try
End Sub

Private Sub Button3_Click(sender As System.Object, e As


System.EventArgs) Handles Button3.Click

Select Case MsgBox("Are you sure you want to delete this


data." + " Once deleted, it can't be retrieve",
MsgBoxStyle.YesNo, "Delete Data") 51
Case MsgBoxResult.Yes
AttendanceBindingSource.RemoveCurrent()
AttendanceBindingSource.EndEdit()

AttendanceTableAdapter.Update(_record_data1DataSet)
MessageBox.Show("Data Deleted")

End Select

End Sub

Private Sub TextBox1_TextChanged(sender As System.Object, e


As System.EventArgs)
Dim search As String = LnameTextBox.Text

Me.AttendanceTableAdapter.FillByLname(Me._record_data1DataSet.at
tendance, search)

End Sub

Private Sub Button4_Click(sender As System.Object, e As


System.EventArgs) Handles Button4.Click

Event_IDTextBox.Text = ""
DBIdTextBox.Text = ""
LnameTextBox.Text = ""
End Sub

Private Sub TextBox3_TextChanged(sender As System.Object, e


As System.EventArgs) Handles TextBox3.TextChanged
Dim search As String = TextBox3.Text

Me.EventTableAdapter.FillByeName(Me._record_data1DataSet._event,
search)
End Sub
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Private Sub TextBox1_TextChanged_1(sender As System.Object,
e As System.EventArgs) Handles TextBox1.TextChanged
Dim search As String = TextBox1.Text

Me.StudentTableAdapter.FillBy(Me._record_data1DataSet.student,
search)
End Sub

Private Sub TextBox2_TextChanged(sender As System.Object, e 52


As System.EventArgs) Handles TextBox2.TextChanged
Dim search As String = TextBox2.Text

Me.StudentTableAdapter.FillByFname(Me._record_data1DataSet.stude
nt, search)

End Sub
End Class

Figure 3.5.Fees

Public Class Fees

Private Sub Other_FeesBindingNavigatorSaveItem_Click(sender


As System.Object, e As System.EventArgs) Handles
Other_FeesBindingNavigatorSaveItem.Click
Me.Validate()
Me.Other_FeesBindingSource.EndEdit()
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Me.TableAdapterManager.UpdateAll(Me._record_data1DataSet)

End Sub

Private Sub Fees_Load(sender As System.Object, e As


System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load
'TODO: This line of code loads data into the
'_record_data1DataSet.Other_Fees' table. You can move, or remove 53
it, as needed.

Me.Other_FeesTableAdapter.Fill(Me._record_data1DataSet.Other_Fee
s)

End Sub

Private Sub Button1_Click(sender As System.Object, e As


System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click
Other_FeesBindingSource.AddNew()
End Sub

Private Sub Button2_Click(sender As System.Object, e As


System.EventArgs) Handles Button2.Click
Try
Other_FeesBindingSource.EndEdit()
Other_FeesTableAdapter.Update(_record_data1DataSet)
MessageBox.Show("Data Saved!")
Catch ex As Exception
MessageBox.Show("Error in Saving Data!")
End Try
End Sub

Private Sub Button3_Click(sender As System.Object, e As


System.EventArgs) Handles Button3.Click

Select MsgBox("Are you sure you want to delete this


data." + " Once deleted, it can't be retrieve",
MsgBoxStyle.YesNo, "Delete Data")
Case MsgBoxResult.Yes
Other_FeesBindingSource.RemoveCurrent()
Other_FeesBindingSource.EndEdit()

Other_FeesTableAdapter.Update(_record_data1DataSet)
MessageBox.Show("Data Deleted")
End Select
End Sub
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Private Sub Button4_Click(sender As System.Object, e As
System.EventArgs) Handles Button4.Click
Fee_IdTextBox.Text = ""
Fee_NameTextBox.Text = ""
Fee_DescriptionTextBox.Text = ""
FeeTextBox.Text = ""
End Sub
End Class
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Figure 3.6.StudentInfo
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Public Class studentinfo

Private Sub StudentBindingNavigatorSaveItem_Click(sender As


System.Object, e As System.EventArgs) Handles
StudentBindingNavigatorSaveItem.Click
Me.Validate() 55
Me.StudentBindingSource.EndEdit()

Me.TableAdapterManager.UpdateAll(Me._record_data1DataSet)

End Sub

Private Sub studentinfo_Load(sender As System.Object, e As


System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load
'TODO: This line of code loads data into the
'_record_data1DataSet.student' table. You can move, or remove
it, as needed.

Me.StudentTableAdapter.Fill(Me._record_data1DataSet.student)

End Sub

Private Sub Button1_Click(sender As System.Object, e As


System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click
StudentBindingSource.AddNew()
End Sub

Private Sub Button2_Click(sender As System.Object, e As


System.EventArgs) Handles Button2.Click
Try
StudentBindingSource.EndEdit()
StudentTableAdapter.Update(_record_data1DataSet)
MessageBox.Show("Data Saved")
Catch ex As Exception
MessageBox.Show("Error in saving Data")
End Try
End Sub

Private Sub Button3_Click(sender As System.Object, e As


System.EventArgs) Handles Button3.Click
Select Case MsgBox("Are you sure you want to delete this
data." + " Once deleted, it can't be retrieve",
MsgBoxStyle.YesNo, "Delete Data")
Case MsgBoxResult.Yes
StudentBindingSource.RemoveCurrent()
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StudentBindingSource.EndEdit()
StudentTableAdapter.Update(_record_data1DataSet)
MessageBox.Show("Data Deleted")
End Select
End Sub

Private Sub Button4_Click(sender As System.Object, e As


System.EventArgs) Handles Button4.Click 56
DBIdTextBox.Text = ""
Student_IdTextBox.Text = ""
Last_NameTextBox.Text = ""
First_NameTextBox.Text = ""
Middle_NameTextBox.Text = ""
Student_AddressTextBox.Text = ""
ContactTextBox.Text = ""
GuardianTextBox.Text = ""
Guardian_AddressTextBox.Text = ""
Guardian_Contact_NoTextBox.Text = ""
End Sub

End Class
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Curriculum Vitae

Name: Barcena, John Paul T.


Address: San Jose Norte, Manabo, Abra
Contact No.: 09355844033
Date of Birth: October 18, 1996
Place of Birth: San Jose Norte, Manabo Abra

Civil Status: Single Citizenship: Filipino


Religion: Roman Catholic Gender: Male
Father’s Name: Paulino Barcena Occupation: Security Guard
Mother’s Name: Expedita Barcena Occupation: Teacher
Their Address: San Jose Norte, Manabo, Abra
Contact No.: 09952355976
Languages or Dialects you can speak or write: English, Tagalog,
Ilocano

Educational Background:
Elementary School: S.Y. - 2003-2009
San Jose Elementary School

High School: S.Y. - 2009-2013


Manabo National High School

College: S.Y. - 2013 up to present


Divine Word College of Bangued
Course: Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

Special Skills:
 Oriented in clerical works
 Good Computing skills, proficient in written and spoken
(English, Tagalog, Ilocano.)
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 Human relations (ability to deal with different people)

 Proficient in Microsoft Office Applications such as MS


Word, MS Excel, and MS PowerPoint
 Proficient in Adobe Applications (Adobe Photoshop, and
Adobe Indesign, Adobe PageMaker)
 Oriented in Programming Languages (Visual Basic, and C)
 Oriented in Web Design (Html, and CSS)
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Curriculum Vitae

Name: Trongco, Roli V.


Address: Patucannay Bangued, Abra
Contact No.: 09272705894
Date of Birth: December 13, 1996
Place of Birth: Bangued, Abra

Civil Status: Single Citizenship: Filipino


Religion: Roman Catholic Gender: Male
Father’s Name: Lito Trongco Occupation: Driver
Mother’s Name: Antonia Trongco Occupation: Housewife
Their Address: Patucannay Bangued, Abra
Contact No.: 09752464877
Languages or Dialects you can speak or write: English, Tagalog,
Ilocano

Educational Background:
Elementary School: S.Y. - 2003-2009
Bangued West Central School

High School: S.Y. - 2009-2013


Abra High School

College: S.Y. - 2013 up to present


Divine Word College of Bangued
Course: Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

Special Skills:
 Proficient in Microsoft Office Applications such as MS
Word, MS Excel, and MS PowerPoint
 Proficient in Adobe Applications (Adobe Photoshop, and
Adobe Indesign)
 Oriented in Programming Languages (Visual Basic, and C)
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 Oriented in Web Design (Html, and CSS)
 Oriented in clerical works
 Good Computing skills, proficient in written and spoken
(English, Tagalog, Ilocano.)
 Human relations (ability to deal with different people)
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Curriculum Vitae

Name: Banganan, Jhon Mark B.


Address: Ubbog, Bangued, Abra
Contact No.: 09357904567
Date of Birth: August 04, 1996
Place of Birth: Malibcong, Abra

Civil Status: Single Citizenship: Filipino


Religion: Roman Catholic Gender: Male
Father’s Name: Gualberto Banganan Occupation: Security
Mother’s Name: Crisanta Banganan Occupation: Housewife
Their Address: Ubbog, Bangued, Abra
Contact No.: 09776151963
Languages or Dialects you can speak or write: English, Tagalog,
Ilocano and Various Tinguian Langauge

Educational Background:
Elementary School: S.Y. - 2003-2009
Don Marcos Rosales Elementary School

High School: S.Y. - 2009-2013


Abra High School

College: S.Y. - 2013 up to present


Divine Word College of Bangued
Course: Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
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Special Skills:
 Proficient in Adobe Applications (Adobe Photoshop, and
Adobe Indesign)
 Basic Web Design (Html, and CSS)
 Proficient in Microsoft Office Applications such as MS
Word, MS Excel, Publiser and MS PowerPoint
 Lay outing using Photoshop, InDesign and Adobe Page Maker
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Curriculum Vitae

Name: Rosales, Twixxe A.


Address: Zone 5, Bangued Abra
Contact No.: 09972277177
Date of Birth: December 04, 1994
Place of Birth: Bangued, Abra
Civil Status:Single Citizenship:Filipino
Religion: Catholic Gender:Male

Father’s Name:Leovino Rosales Occupation:Self Employed


Mother’s Name:Rowena Rosales Occupation:Self Employed
Contact No.:09353381283

Languages or Dialects you can speak or write:Ilocano, Tagalog,


English, Kapampangan.

Educational Background:
Elementary School:

Holy Spirit Academy of Bangued S.Y: 2006-2007

High School

Holy Spirit Academy of Bangued S.Y:2010-2011

College: S.Y. - 2013 up to present

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Course:Bachelor of Science in Information Technology


Special Skills:
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 Programming
 Layouting
 Photo Manipulation
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 Plays different kinds of instruments such as keyboard,
ukulele, harmonica, guitar and bass.
DIVINE WORD COLLEGE OF BANGUED
Curriculum Vitae

Name: Bersalona, Efren Jr.


Address: Zone 5 Bangued, Abra
Contact No.: 09350479188
Date of Birth: January 27, 1997
Place of Birth: Abra Provincial Hospital
Civil Status: Single Citizenship: Filipino
Religion: Catholic Gender: Male

Mother’s Name: Divina Bersalona Occupation: Teacher


Their Address: Zone 5 Bangued, Abra
Contact No.: 09771028843
Languages or Dialects yon can speak or write: Ilocano, Tagalog,
English
Person to be contacted in case of emergency: Divina Bersalona
His/Her Address: Zone 5 Bangued, Abra
Contact No.: 09771028843

Educational Background:
Elementary School: S.Y. - 2003-2009
Bangued West Central School

High School: S.Y. - 2009-2013


Abra High School

College: S.Y. - 2013 up to present


Divine Word College of Bangued
Course: Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
Special Skills:
 Web Designing
 Programming
DIVINE WORD COLLEGE OF BANGUED
 Computer Literacy
 Editing Picture
 Playing basketball, singing, dancing, playing badminton,
playing sepak takraw.