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  • 1. CHAPTER 1 INRODUCTION The Electronic Security Door System with Database Managementproposed for the College of Arts and Sciences is a system that assures not onlythe security of the college but can also record the attendance of the assignedprofessor in each room. This system aimed to develop an Electronic Security Door System withDatabase Management in the College of Arts and Sciences to secure thefacilities, and College utilities as well as the assurance of the organization of thesaid college. Through this system the researcher can manage / organize the entranceof the person who is to enter as well as their exit. For the professors, as theyenter and leave the room, their time in and time out is automatically directly to thesystem used.
  • 2. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The EARIST State College (ESC) was established after the liberation ofManila in 1945. It started as a vocational high school with only one room at thesecond floor of the Mapa High School, nine teachers, a clerk, and 147 studentsunder Mr. Pantaleon Regala, its principal. Its former name was EulogioRodriguez Vocational High School (ERVHS). On July 1, 1946, EARIST acquired its present site at Nagtahan,Sampaloc, Manila. Apolinario Apilado was appointed principal and this wasfollowed by Dr. Hilario G. Nudas in 1949. EARIST developments were made possible via three Republic Acts and aPresidential Decree: • RA 4072, jointly sponsored by Congressman Ramon D. Bagatsing and Salih Ututalum in 1964, authorized the establishement of the Technical Education Department without changing the name of the school. It was headed by a vocational director. • RA 5088, sponsored by Congressman Sergio Loyola in 1967, authorized the renaming of ERVHS to Eulogio “Amang” Rodriguez Memorial School of Arts and Trades (EARMSAT) and signaled its separation from the Division of City Schools, Manila. It was headed by a superintendent.
  • 3. • RA 6595, sponsored by Congressman Joaquin R. Roces in 1972, converted EARMSAT to EARIST with a president as its head. This made EARIST into a full-fledged college and authorized the establishment of vocational-technical school branches in each congressional district of Manila. • PD 1524, signed by the President Ferdinand E. Marcos on June 11, 1978, converted Eulogio “Amang” Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology (EARIST) into a chartered state college with a Board of Trustees as its governing body and Dr. Hilario G. Nudas, as its first college president.Pursuant to Board Resolution No. 29, Series of 2010, the EARIST Board ofTrustees approved the change of the institution’s name to EARIST StateCollege in order to facilitate the realization of its vision of becoming a university. When EARIST was elevated to the status of a state college by virtue ofRA 6595 in September 30, 1972, the school was authorized to open a collegiatedepartment and so the College of Arts and Sciences, then Department of Artsand Sciences, was born.
  • 4. CHAPTER 2 UNDERSTANDING THE EXISTING SYSTEMUser of the SystemThis system will benefit and will be used by the following:College Administrator. Takes charge of managing every classroom schedule.CAS Faculty Staff. In charge of taking part the Administrator’s duty whenhe/she is out.CAS Students. Beneficiaries of the said system.
  • 5. Operational Process As of now the College of Arts and Sciences has no existing SecuritySystem, thus, they are used to undergo manual procedures to check the collegepremises time by time. Each professor is assigned by the Dean to check whetherthe rooms are occupied or not. Also, they are to check if every professor isattending the class or not. The researchers didn’t have to discuss the existing system here in Collegeof Arts and Sciences, because there’s no such existing system to secure thecollege premises, utilities, and facilities. For that reason, the researchers decidedto propose an Electronic Security Door System with Database Managementfor College of Arts and Sciences for them to assure the security of the saidcollege.
  • 6. CHAPTER 3 DESIGN PROPOSAL3.1 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM 1. How the proposed system can surpass the manual system in terms of: a. System Architecture; b. Database Design; and c. User Interface? 2. What are the Features to be considered in the proposed system in terms of: a. System Architecture; b. Database Design; and c. User Interface? 3. How the said Electronic Security Door System with Database Management may affect the College Management particularly to: a. Faculty members; b. Students; and c. Guest / Visitors?3.2 OBJECTIVES
  • 7. This study aims to meet the following objectives: • To secure department properties particularly in College of Arts and Sciences’ Deans office, Faculty, Computer Laboratory, and Classroom utilities. • To provide automated logbook within each of the rooms in CAS especially the Faculty and the Computer Laboratory. - To sustain authorized entrance and exit of the assigned professor. • To maintain proper and organized entrance and exit.3.2 SCOPE AND LIMITATION This study is limited to College of Arts and Sciences’ premises itselfincluding all students, professors, employees, as well as the guest who are tovisit the premises, and to the Administrator. This is also focused primarily on theusers of each of the rooms specifically the students and the assignedprofessor/s. Mainly, the study was focused on the security of College of Arts andSciences at EARIST State College, Manila. The system can also provideauthorization to the people for entering the college premises. CHAPTER 4
  • 8. System Flow Chart Proposed System Algorithm Electronic Security  Electronic Security Door Door (Entrance)  Authorized Personnel  Biometric / Prototype  Record time – in / time – out A  Emergency Exit  Unregistered Persons  Door open and door locked Biometric Prototype Fingerprint unregistered or registered Authorized unsuccessfully. Please ? No try again. Yes Door opens, time – in A successfully recorded. Enter the room. Classes Start
  • 9. Electronic Security Door (Exit) C Emergency Biometric Exit? No Prototype C Yes Fingerprint Press Emergency unregistered or Exit button. Authorized No registered ? unsuccessfully. Please Exit not recorded try again. B YesUpon entrance, anyone Door opens, time – outinside the room will be successfully recorded.assigned to press thebutton inside the room Leave the room.to open the door andthe student outsideenters. Room left and B locked
  • 10. Republic of the Philippines (Formerly Eulogio ‘Amang’ Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology) Nagtahan, Sampaloc, Manila 1008 COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES A proposedElectronic Security Door System with Database Management Raymart A. Aborque Rodolfo B. Delorino Joemary A. Olanka Mark Bryan F. Ramirez
  • 11. Ron Nikko T. Socorro

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