Literature Review Online Common Seat Allotment

Literature Review Online Common Seat Allotment

  • Submitted By: GASHDEM
  • Date Submitted: 07/13/2013 9:34 PM
  • Category: Technology
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The first phase of allotment of seats to Engineering colleges in the State has been completed. While 1,36,000 students were allotted seats in different colleges, more than a lakh seats in convenor quota were still vacant.
According to Mr Ajay Jain, Commissioner, Technical Education Department, SMSs were sent to the students concerned and they have to report to the respective colleges by September 20.
Common Seat Allotment System is windows application in which students can register with their rank number for the entrance examination and the administrator can allot the seats for the students. Administrator can add the college details and he batch details. Using this software the entrance seat allotment became easier and can be implemented using system. The main advantage of the project is the computerization of the entrance seat allotment process. Administrator has the power for the allotment. He can add the allotted seats into a file and the details are saved into the system. The total time for the entrance allotment became lesser and the allotment process became faster.
This involves the study planning and design of the of communication between people and computers.and it is regarded as the intersection of computer science, behavioral science,design and several other field study the term was popularized by by CardMoran and Newel intheir seminal 1983book"The Psychology of Human-Computer Interaction".
Attention to human-machine interaction is important, because poorly designed human-machine interfaces can lead to many unexpected problems.
Design principles
When evaluating a current user interface, or designing a new user interface, it is important to keep in mind the following design principles:
* Early focus on user and task
Establish how many users are needed to perform the task and determine who the...

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