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Republic of the Philippines

MARINDUQUE STATE COLLEGE


SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY
Tanza, Boac, Marinduque

Capstone Project Title Proposal

Proposed Capstone Project Title: Web-based OJT Monitoring System for Marinduque State College-
School of Technology
Target Organization/Beneficiaries: School of Technology
Proponents: Kenneth Leo Ramos, Albert Magturo, Cathrine Joy Albano, Kimberly Rocha
Group #: B9
Section: BSI/T-3B
Date: January 24, 2019

1. Description of the Organization


The School of Technology has its beginnings when the Industrial
Technology Section of the Marinduque State College (MSC) – then known
as the Marinduque School of Arts and Trades (MSAT) – started offering 2
year technical courses in 1953 through RA 805. Later, the Bachelor of
Science in Industrial Technology was offered in SY 1975-1976 through
DECS Order No. 28 Series of 1975. The School of Technology is a merger of
the former School of Information Technology and the School of Information
and Computing Sciences and has the largest enrollment among all the
other schools of MSC.

2. Business Objectives (Mission/Vision)


 Marinduque State College is a research-driven higher education institution
pursuing excellence and innovation by 2025
 Marinduque State College is committed to pursue progressive and
innovative lifelong education founded on humanistic, professional and
technologically advanced programs across cultures and communities by
establishing centers of excellence and development and research-driven
outreach programs.

3. Beneficiaries/ Client
The project beneficiaries are the School of Technology OJT Coordinators and the
OJT Students.
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MARINDUQUE STATE COLLEGE
SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY
Tanza, Boac, Marinduque

4. Organizational Structure (if any)

5. Feasibility Analysis
I. Operational
Strength

1. The organization’s management supports the conversion of the manual system


to computerized system.
2. There are available technical resources that will support the operation of the
proposed system.
3. OJT coordinators are capable of operating a computer.
4. Proposed system will be very useful for it will increase productivity and
efficiency.
5. Collecting the requirements will be more organized.
6. OJT will be informed faster whether they submitted all the requirements
needed or not.
7. Consumption of resources will be reduced dramatically.

Weaknesses

1. Not all the interns are familiar in using the computerized system especially
those that are in the field of computing science.

Opportunities

1. It is way to perform things in a better way.


2. It can handle future needs of the organization.
3. Can be used by different departments of the college institution.

Threats

1. Power interruptions is one of the major threat in the operational of the system.
2. Slow or no internet/mobile data connection.
3. Some bugs 1might occur during the use of the system.

II. Technical
 There are four members on the project team.
 The proposed project will be done in 11 months.
 The MSC- School of technology is the organization involved in this
project.
 The organization has computer systems and internet connection.
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MARINDUQUE STATE COLLEGE
SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY
Tanza, Boac, Marinduque

III. Economical

6. Description of the Project


This primary aim of this study is to help the coordinators manage the needed
requirements for the On-the-Job training and monitor the student interns’ actual
work experience. The coordinators can easily check and update the students if they
complied the needed requirements on the given schedule. The system will send SMS
notifications to the students who are incomplete in the requirements needed. The
students can send reports daily using this system.

7. Objectives
 To develop a system that will help the coordinator organize the students record and every
requirement they need to be qualify to do internship.
 To develop a system that will notify the interns who are still not complete in requirements
and can Identify those who are ready to be deployed.
 To design a system that will help the coordinator to prepare the forms and lessen the cost
of the papers used in re-printing.
 To design a system that will classify the task given to the intern if it is related to their field
of specialization

8. Significance of the Project


The findings of the study will help the faculty to decide accurately when
admitting first year student specifically in Information Technology and Information
Systems course. Further, it can guide the students in selecting their course based on
their competency.
OJT Coordinators

The study benefitted OJT coordinators in monitoring and assessing OJT students that are enrolled in the
practicum course. The OJT adviser was able to see the updates, submittals, concerns of the OJT students immediately
that allowed the OJT coordinators to act on the situation promptly.

OJT students

The study benefited the OJT students because the study provided a portal that enabled them to be updated on the
notifications from the OJT adviser and the industry partners. The study provided the OJT student quick submission
option for the required submittals of their practicum, total OJT rendered and credited hours during their practicum.
The OJT student also benefited from the study by knowing in advance the available jobs that the industry partners
needed.
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MARINDUQUE STATE COLLEGE
SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY
Tanza, Boac, Marinduque

9. Background of the Project


a. Research Locale
Tell something about the organization or group where the research will be
conducted. This organization usually is the target beneficiary of the proposed
system software.

b. The existence of an unsatisfactory condition or problems they encountered

10. Review of Related Literature


 Describe the system based on related studies or literature (capability, feature,
module)
[1] The new inventory system introduces bar-coding and serial number system for easy
handling of inventory items. It will also provide better monitoring of price and stock inventory
by introducing pre-alarm features for defined critical conditions. [2] Online inquiry of
inventory data, paperless picking and receiving of item will also be available. Migration of
necessary data from the old system to the new system may be considered to minimize re-
encoding.

 Significance of the system (problems solved using the system)


 Effectiveness of the system when they implemented
 Methodology conducted in developing a system

2. References

[1] Gan, S., Koshy, S., Nguyen, P., & Haw, Y. (2016, July 19). An overview of clinically and
healthcare related apps in Google and Apple app stores: connecting patients, drugs and
clinicians. Scientific Phone Apps and Mobile Devices 2016, pp 8. doi: 10.1186/s41070-
016-0012-7
[2] Gopinath, S., Tang, T.H., Chen, Y., Citartan, M., & Lakshmipriya, T. (2014, April 18).
Bacterial Detection: From Microscope to Smartphone. doi: 10.1016/j.bios.2014.04.014

[3] Hesari, N., Alum, A., Elzein, M., & Abbaszadegan, M. (2016, February). Biosensor
platform for rapid detection of E. coli in Drinking Water. Enzyme and Microbial
Technology, 83, 22-28. Retrieved February 20, 2018, from
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0141022915300806
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MARINDUQUE STATE COLLEGE
SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY
Tanza, Boac, Marinduque
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SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY
Tanza, Boac, Marinduque

Annotated Bibliography
1. DEFINITION OF THE WORD IN YOUR STUDY TITLE

Gan, S., Koshy, S., Nguyen, P., & Haw, Y. (2016, July 19). An overview of clinically and
healthcare related apps in Google and Apple app stores: connecting patients, drugs and Reference
clinicians. Scientific Phone Apps and Mobile Devices 2016, pp 8. doi: 10.1186/s41070-
016-0012-7

In this article, the utilization of clinically and healthcare-related mobile applications in


Google and Apple app store was reviewed based on how outcomes involving clinician and
patient factors are affected by the applications help towards healthcare and clinical
industries. The use of smartphones plays a significant role in different factors such as Discussion

accurate diagnosis, patient compliance, effective monitoring of conditions and accurate


interpretation of clinical results. It is emphasized that the powerful impact of the modern
trend, may become a tool in transforming the smartphone in a medically oriented device.

Gan, S., & Poon J.K. (2016). The World of Biomedical Apps: their uses, limitations, and
potential. Scientific Phone Apps and Mobile Devices, 2, 6. doi: 10.1186/s41070-016-
0009-2.

The article reviews the nature of all biomedical application discoveries which are available
and used in different biomedical researches as they give advantages in increasing the
productivity and mobility of the said researches. All accessible application present in
Google and Apple app store were surveyed and listed according to their classification and
use namely, sequence analysis and alignment, structure builder and viewer, equipment
displacement, peripheral device dependants, laboratory calculators, protocol assistant apps,
and database apps. Uses, limitations, and potentials of each classification of applications
were discussed. Thus, as advancement in mobile technology increases, the world of
research must continuously use the application of existing technology to improve research
efficiency and accuracy.
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Tanza, Boac, Marinduque

Gopinath, S., Tang, T.H., Chen, Y., Citartan, M., & Lakshmipriya, T. (2014, April 18). Bacterial
Detection: From Microscope to Smartphone. doi: 10.1016/j.bios.2014.04.014

The paper discusses the overview of currently available bacterial detection systems from
the traditional microscopic ways (use of microscopes) to modern and digital means (use of
smartphones and portable devices). It also describes the three ways which bacterial sensing
used in diagnoses such as bacterial morphological visualization, specific detection of the
bacterial component and whole cell detection. The research presented critical reviews on
every ways and practices of how scientific researches on bacterial detection was made. The
information given for each ways discussed is significant in the analysis of the differences
of each bacterial detection systems are being applied.

2. IMPORTANCE OF THE AVAILABILITY OF THE SYSTEM YOU ARE PROPOSING

Hesari, N., Alum, A., Elzein, M., & Abbaszadegan, M. (2016, February). Biosensor platform for
rapid detection of E. coli in Drinking Water. Enzyme and Microbial Technology, 83, 22-
28. Retrieved February 20, 2018, from
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0141022915300806

The article discusses the significant use of biosensor for the fast and accurate detection of
E. coli in drinking water. Based on the analyzation of results, the length of detection of the
bacteria response ranges from 30 to 120 minutes which is more effective compared to other
types of detection techniques such as Membrane Filtration. The study generalizes that use
of biosensor can give both industry and regulatory authorities a useful tool for near real-
time monitoring of E. coli in drinking water samples.

Liang, P.S., Park, T.S., & Yoon, J.Y. (2014, August 5) Rapid and reagentless detection of
microbial contamination within meat utilizing a smartphone-based biosensor. Scientific
Reports 2014, 4. doi: 10.1038/srep05953

The article discusses the development of a smartphone-utilized biosensor for rapid and
reagentless detection of microbial contamination on meat eliminating the use of antibiotics,
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or any other reagents. The study focused on screening contaminations on meat products by
adding Escherichia coli K12 solutions to ground beef to simulate microbial spoilage.
Infrared LED was irradiated perpendicularly to the surface of the meat scattering signals
at various sensors evaluated using gyro sensors and the camera of a smartphone. The study
concludes that E.Coli concentrations vary the angle maximizing the Mie scatter which
produces significant accurate results.

Nayebi, F., Desharnais, J.M., & Abran, A. (2012, October 22). The State of The Art of Mobile
Application Usability Evaluation. doi: 10.1109/CCECE.2012.6334930

In this study, the researchers presented the mobile application’s usability evaluation and
testing. It is also determined in the study that requirements of new mobile user interfaces
were never addressed in any kind of scientific research. Particular measurement methods
utilized in both field studies and hands-on measurement was surveyed to determine its
significance on mobile applications usability in terms of portability, location awareness,
and accessibility.

3. PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED (PROBLEMS THAT CAN BE SOLVED BY A SYSTEM)

Park, T.S., Harshman, D., Fronczek, C., & Yoon, J.Y. (2013). Smartphone Detection of
Escherichia Coli from Wastewater Utilizing Paper Microfluidics. 17th International
Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences, MicroTAS 2013, 2,
1347-1349. Retrieved February 20, 2018, from
https://arizona.pure.elsevier.com/en/publications/smartphone-detection-of-escherichia-
coli-from-wastewater-utilizin#

The paper presents the successful utilization of a smartphone in the detection of E.Coli
form wastewater with the application of paper microfluidics. The study used paper chip
pre-loaded with BSA-conjugated and anti-E. Coli-conjugated beads in different amounts.
The antibody-conjugated beads underwent immunoagglutination after dipping the paper
chips into the wastewater leading E.Coli antigens to travel through paper fibers while
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effectively filtering out contaminants. Using the smartphone, digital images were taken at
an optimized angle. The immunoagglutination was quantified by evaluating Mie scattering
from the captured images. The detected organisms only include single-cell-level and
consumed less than one-minute total assay.

Rateni, G., Dario, P., & Cavallo, F. (2017, June 20). Smartphone-Based Food Diagnostic
Technologies: A Review. Journal of Sensors 2017, 17, pp 1453. doi: 10.3390/s17061453

The article reviews the systematic classification according to the detection strategy in
smartphone sensing capabilities. It also provides a critical discussion of strengths and
weaknesses of each and every technology present used in food detection diagnosis using
powerful lab-on-smartphone platforms for many applications such as medical diagnosis,
environmental monitoring, and food safety analysis.

4. HOW YOUR PROPOSED TOPIC CAN HELP OR SOLVE THE PROBLEMS

Wei, Q., Nagi, R., Sadeghi, K., Feng, S., Yan, E., Ki, S.J., Caire, R., Tseng, D., & Ozcan, A.
(2014, January 20). Detection and Spatial Mapping of Mercury Contamination in Water
Samples Using a Smart-Phone. ACS Nano, 2014, 8 (2), 1121–1129. doi:
10.1021/nn406571t

The article describes the significant use of the smartphone-based hand-held platform in
order to quantify the presence of mercury in water samples with parts per billion (pbb)
level of sensitivity. The digital quantification of mercury concentration is made possible
by attaching an integrated opto-mechanical attachment to the built-in camera of the mobile
device. The detection platform generated mercury contamination map by measuring water
samples in different places in California (USA) tap water sources like rivers, lakes, and
beaches. Despite the sensitivity of the detection platform, it gives cost-effective design,
field portability, and wireless data connectivity which become more useful for distributing
water contamination information.
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Wong, C., Yeo, J., & Gan, S. (2016, August). APD Colony Counter App: Using Watershed
Algorithm for improved colony counting. doi: 10.1038/an977

This article discusses the development of the APD Colony Counter app utilized by the
A*STAR Bioinformatics Institute and James Cook University to count colonies and
quantify bacteria on sample colony plates accurately and fast. The application used the
built-in camera of the smartphone to process the images of colony plates and automatically
counts them. The watershed algorithm was incorporated into the segmentation and
detection to distinguish clustered or merged colonies. The app generally transforms the
smartphone into an on-the-go colony counter providing less tedious task in counting
colonies manually.