Discussion of Results, Conclusion and Recommendation

Current System

  1. Records cannot be easily updated
  2. Having a hard time to scan the pages of a book
  3. Having a hard time to view all the information in just one time.
  4. Graduation students is the primary user of the system
  5. It is just a yearbook, no applications can be access

Proposed Annual Website

  1. Can add, edit, or delete record easily
  2. Can easily access the yearbook thru the internet
  3. Viewer friendly
  4. Anyone can be a user, who at least know how to surf on the internet are also qualified to use the Annual Website
  5. Can send information to other sites or to other people and to other country

Conclusion

Internet is the best way of connecting with other computers throughout the world.  Many people and companies wanted to be connected in the Internet and having your own web page is the key to this connection.
So we have come up with our general conclusion that having your own web page will turn to be a great help for yourself, your relatives as well as organizations and companies you are in to.  Another is that graduating students such as Computer Science students are glad and willing to have their information accessible in the internet based on survey we have made.

Recommendation

We highly recommend that all students must have their own web page for this will benefit them. We also suggest that these webpages be combined and come up with a yearbook accessible in the internet.

Discussion of Results, Conclusion and Recommendation
Discussion of Results

Sample of Work Activities and Schedule

It is very important to have a detailed work activities as well as the corresponding schedule so that you will know the flow of your project.  You should establish the timeline for completing work activity. Give enough each activity to complete associated task before the deadline.  Planning and organizing is one of the best ways to keep focused and makes it ensure to tackle all necessary steps for success. It allows to track progress for the activity.  Some use gantt chart to represent a project schedule since it is useful in planning how long a project would take. Gantt chart shows the amount of work done completed in a certain period of time.

The following is a Detailed Work Activities and Schedule for the Proposed Philippine Airlines Aviation Fuel Tank Farm Project:
Activities and Duration

  1. Site Inspection and Analysis of Berthing Facility – 1 month
  2. Design of Fuel Tanks – 1 month
  3. Design of Fuel Loading/Unloading Pump and Piping Facilities – 2 months
  4. Design of Fire Protection System for Fuel Tank, Fuel Pump House and Marne Berth – 2 months
  5. Design of Fire Protection System for Ancillary Structure – 3 months
  6. Design of Air Conditioning and Ventilation System  for Ancillary Structure  – 3 months
  7. Preparation of Technical Specifications – 3 months
  8. Preparation of Bill of Quantities – 1 month

 

Sample Introduction, Product Overview and Rationale

Introduction

Annual Website is a window based processing software.  It provides a graphical user interface (GUI) for inputting and modifying changes.  Also, it allows the user to choose what they want to click in the site.
Systems Requirements are as follows:

Hardware Requirements:

•    At least Pentium 500 MHz Processor
•    At least 64 MB of RAM
•    At least 2950 MB of 8212 MB Free Hard Disk Space
•    Standard Mouse
•    Keyboard

Software Requirements

•    Microsoft Windows 98/2000
•    Microsoft FrontPage 2000
•    Corel Draw 8
•    Internet Explorer

Overview of the Product

Annual Website is application software that access Web Pages through which you can avail of different topics or information within the Department of ComSci.  Basically, it serves as an annual or yearbook which is yearly by Bataan Heroes Memorial College.

Rationale of the Product

Annual Website is for keeping that information in a more understandable representation.  It initiates a home page in which you can easily access with other pages.  It is easier for the students to search in just one click of your mouse. Also, it is very convenient to use.

Review of Related Literature Sample

History of the Web

Tim-Berner’s Lee, a computer specialist from the European Particle Physics Laboratory (CERN) in 1989, initially conceived the web.  As he said, there was  “a need for a collaborative knowledge-sharing tool” to support scientific or any kind of advancement in an international context.  He and his partner Robert Cailliau created a prototype web and released it to the Internet community for testing and comments.  Since then it has grown into the web we know today under the guidance of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) that is a volunteer organization based at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) with responsibility for developing and maintaining common standards.

Perhaps the single most important technological development in the history of the web itself, was the development of graphical browsers in the early 90s. Beginning with the NCSA’s Mosaic and its evolution into Netscape Navigator and Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, these programs allowed users to browse the resources on the web in an extremely user friendly environment.  This made the web a “fun” place marked the beginning of the true web revolution.

The web is a complex, international cross platform, cross language, cross cultural mesh of servers, clients, users, databases, and quite a few artificial intelligence all taking, working, searching, viewing, accessing, downloading, and who knows what else.  As such, no one owns or controls the web.  In fact, it is impossible to own or control by its very nature and design.  In fact, it is not even an it.  You can’t hold the web or make it tangible.  Instead, you can think of the web not as a thing, but as a process, an action, ‘a medium of communication.  This fact has profound implications on how you should think about designing web pages.

The web is not synonymous with the internet through some people may think so.  Actually, the web is one way to utilize the infrastructure of the internet.  In other words, the web is an application of the internet.

Differences between the web and paper

One of the first things most people will tell you as they explain the fundamentals of web design is that the web pages are not like paper pages.  In these ways, it is true:

Static vs Dynamic.  Paper is static.  Once something  is printed on paper, it doesn’t change.  A web page, however, can chance at any moment.   For this reason, it is essential to make sure that the information on you web page is current.  Imagine getting last week’s newspaper on your doorstep.  No one wants to read old news.   They will skip over your site and go to another site that has been recently updated.  Even if there is no new information present, it’s good to find something to change daily or weekly or even monthly, such as “tip of the day”, a list of “monthly activities/events”, or even a comic strip.

An international audience.  The web is accessible from virtually anywhere in the world as compared to paper, and it is important to take into consideration that a portion of your audience will probably be from another country.  (This, of course, doesn’t apply to local businesses and organizations that only target people within a specific region.)  It you aim to reach people all over the world, English is the preferred language.  The use of slang or colloquialisms should be minimized, and keep the language simple so people from other cultures, and those who read English as their second language can understand.

The Web becomes paper.  One thing to consider in the web versus paper is that the web can become paper if a web page is printed out while it is much more difficult to input the contents of a paper page into the web.
Multimedia.  Paper doesn’t really have multimedia.  At most, it has images.  The images on paper are usually very detailed and appear instantly.  On the web, they usually carry less detail and the user has to wait for them to download before they can be viewed.  Usually the text appears before the images.  Even so, images put on the web enhance and define the written text messages, besides as mentioned before; images in the web over paper is that it can carry sound and video, provided that certain technologies exist on both the client and server side.  It is important to make sure that multimedia carries nonessential information, as some or all of it may be inaccessible to a large portion of your audience.

Recommendation Proposal Letter

July 15, 2005

Mrs. Rita Africa
School Principal
Central Elementary School
Sta. Rosa, Balanga City

Dear Mrs. Africa:

Based on an inspection trip conducted by Dr. Jose Aquino, School Physician, and Mr. Chelo Castro, School Nurse, at the School Canteen at the Central Elementary School last June 2005, the following recommendations are hereby proposed:

  • Wearing of uniforms, hairnets and aprons at the kitchen crew;
  • Repair and/or replacement of tiles at the lavatory;
  • Restoration of the cooking area near the rear windows for proper ventilation;
  • Construction of cupboards and cabinets for kitchen utensils and racks for casseroles and cooking pans;
  • Installation of permanent sockets and power outlets;
  • Transfer of soft drinks cylinders away from the comfort rooms;
  • Provision of pail or containers with cover for left-over food;
  • Adequate and sanitary space or area for food preparation, specially for raw food;
  • Empty bottles and other disposable containers should be discarded at once;
  • Improvement of the comfort room (construction of a roof and installation of an exhaust fan);
  • Regular cleaning of soft drink coolers and ref;
  • Screening of the school canteen;
  • Weekly general cleaning; and
  • Regular disinfection with Domex or Lysol disinfectants

The recommendations, once implemented, shall redown to the prevention of diseases among students and other users of the canteen, as well as the upliftment of the health and sanitary conditions at the school canteen.

Sincerely yours,

Dr. Jose Aquino
School Physician

Kinds of Proposal Format

Proposal has different formats. Choosing the right format for your proposal is very challenging since your should get it right to have a winning proposal.  The format you choose is greatly affects how your reader will interprets your proposal.  It is important to implement a sales friendly format considering your layout and designs as well as the kinds of format your client’s wants. The kinds of proposal format is depends on the requirements of your client.

The following are the kinds of proposal format

  1. Construction Proposal.  It includes all necessary documentation for the construction project. It is a narrative details the projects including project’s goals, description, objectives, purpose and rationale.
  2. Business Services Proposal.  It looks like a sales presentation because it is composed of service brochures, overviews, referrals from clients.  It also includes the pricing and delivery details.
  3. Response to Request for Proposal.  The client is the one who provides the format for the proposal. The reason why the client wants their format is to easily compare their request to the response.
  4. Quotation for Services Format.  The format for quotation for services is a detailed response to the Request for Proposal (RFP) document.  It itemized the list of services the firm will provide and any services that will be provided by a subcontractor.

 

Dengue Prevention Project Proposal

I.  Activity: Dengue Prevention through Residual Spraying
Venue: PSU campus
Beneficiaries: PSU Students and Employees

II. Proposed Date:  May 05, and 6, 2011

III. Background Rationale:

Records of Dengue cases admitted at the different local hospitals showed that a remarkable number of such cases come from Nueva Ecija.  So we must take the necessary precautions and actions to prevent Dengue from spreading in our campus.
Residual Spraying is one of the means in the prevention and control of spread of the carrier mosquitoes.

IV. Objective

- To prevent the spread of dengue cases in all our campuses.

V. Description

- Activity
Residual spraying of all classrooms, offices, workshops, grounds and facilities

Schedule of spraying is on May 5, and  6, 2011 from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

VI. Estimated Budgetary Requirement

Deltamax 2.5 WP (Php550 x 120 sachets)   Php 66,000.00
Equipment and Labor Cost – Php 12,000.00
Food and Snacks    - Php 1,500.00
TOTAL – Php 79,500.00

Prepared and Submitted by:

Ross Ann Carlos
Nurse III

Steps in Writing a Business Proposal

For you to write a proposal easily, all you have to do is follow simple steps and it will ensure that you may have a successful proposal. The purpose of writing a proposal is to convince your reader that your proposed ideas is clearly superior to those submitted by the competitors. Proposal is serves as a sale tool.  It should possess a high quality of a formal technical report.
The following are some simple steps in writing a proposal:

  • Collect all available pertinent information including your customer and competitors. Make necessary research to find out everything related to your business.
  • Analyze and study the collected data and make an introduction.  Begin with the cover letter that introduces your company and then the title page as well as the table of contents if it is lengthy.
  • Write your executive summary that provides the purpose because it is the most important part of your business proposal it should be free of jargon words or too technical terms.  Readers should be able to understand it according to their language.
  • Provides your client an information such as technical details, price details, schedules, training information   and other documentations.
  • Write a rough draft and work for it until you satisfied with your work
  • Review and revise your copy of your business proposal including grammar and spelling
  • Proofread your business proposal with your friend to find minor mistake or error
  • Finalize your work

Sample Simple Project Proposal

Project Title: Proposed Intergroup Relation Training and Development for the JCN Bakery & Grocery
Project Proponent: Reina Samaniego
Project Location: JCN Bakery & Grocery,  Orion, Bataan

I.    Rationale

JCN Bakery & Grocery is one of the biggest grocery stores in Balanga. It has different branches in Bataan located at Orion, Dinalupihan and in Balanga. The main focus of this proposal is to give the employees training about how to have a good relation among them and in the other group.

II.    General Objectives

Intergroup Training development will maintain and improve the relationship among the employees.

Specific Objective

-    To motivate the employees to work efficient.
-     To encourage them to have a good relation among the employees.
-    To enhance the skills of the employees.
-    To avoid Intergroup conflicts among the employees.
-     To increase job satisfaction.
-     To encourage them to have a quality service.
-     To improve and maintain good management.
-     To promote cooperation and good communication among the employees.

III.    Strategies

1.    Planning Phase
- Data Gathering about the company profile.
- Observing the employees relationship.
- Conducting questionnaires and interviews with the employees.
- Analyzing the problem.
- Meeting with the owner, to set the place and the needed things.
- Setting the place where the event will happen.

2. Implementation
The training will be implemented on March 14 to March 17 2009 ( 4 days ) at the convention room of Elizabeth bodega and grocery.

IV.    Work Plan

1. Data Gathering – 3 days
2. Observation – 7 days
3. Interview and Conducting questionnaire – 7 days
4. Analysis of the Problem – 5 days
5.  Meeting with the owner – 2 days
6. Setting the Place = 2 days
7. Implementation – 4 days

V.    Technical Justification

Materials Needed

Computer – (provided by the company)
Projector – provided by the company)
Chairs – (provided by the company)
Miscellaneous expense – P    500.00
Professional cost (2 person) – 6,400.00 ( 3,200 x 2)
Lunch / Snacks – 1,500.00

Project Cost:                    P 8,400.00

 

Schedule of Activities for Proposed Centralized Admission Program

Schedule of Activities for Proposed Admission Program

  1. Sending of Letters to the Principals of Secondary Schools and School to School Campaign / Career Guidance.  Maximum of Four (4) Guidance Personnel and One (1) Driver.
  2. PSU-CAT Application and Processing
  3. PSU-CAT Data Encoding and Checking of Answer Sheets
  4. Testing Dates
  5. PSU-CAT Results Finalization and Ranking. (Assigned Guidance Personnel and PSU-MIS Personnel)
  6. PSU-CAT Results Printing and Binding (All Guidance Personnel)
  7. Posting of Results and Distribution to Key University Officials and Deans of the PSU-CAT Results (All Guidance Personnel )

Target Dates
November  26  up to April 12, 2000
Venues

  1. Areas Covered (Bataan, Pampanga, Olongapo)
  2. Guidance and Admission Office
  3. PSU Main Guidance and Admission Office
  4. CEA Bldg.
  5. MIS Bldg.

Budget Requirements for the Proposed Admission Program

  1. LCD Projector, Laptop, Powerpoint Presentation
  2. Tarpaulin for wall and for poster
  3. Promotional Materials such as Career Guidance Posters, Customized Fans/Calendar, Ballpens, Flyers
  4. Meal and Gas Allowance
  5. Application Forms
  6. Bulletin Information
  7. OLSAT Eight Edition Answer
  8. Six Factor Personality Questionnaire includes test manual, test booklets, quick score answer sheets, profile forms)
  9. College Adjustment Scale includes manual, reusable booklet, autoscore forms