Office Automation-“Ingenuity at work”Sandeep KaurGuru Nanak Dev Engineering CollegeDecember 27, 2012
ComputingComputing is defined as Counting Calculating using the devices. Theorigin of computing started with early man who ...
Origin of ComputingAncient Counting and Calculating devices are :• Abacus• Napier’s Bones• Slide Rule3 of 11
Abacus• Developed in 3000 B.C by chinese.• Built with wood beads.• Used in schools shopkeepers.4 of 11
Napier Bones• In 1617, Napier invented ’Napier’s Bones’.• Multiplication tables were written on bones, ivory, silver, wood...
Python• Dynamic & powerful programming language.• Easy language to work on.• High level programming.• Platform Independent...
Django• Open source web application framework.• Written in the Python programming language.• Follows the Model View Contro...
Features of the Software• Open Source• User Interactive Software• On-line• Dynamic• Role dependent interface• Product/Cata...
Work Flow using Software9 of 11
Future ScopeStill there are many more things or areas which can be added to theproject to make it more reliable. These rem...
Any Question?11 of 11
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  1. 1. Office Automation-“Ingenuity at work”Sandeep KaurGuru Nanak Dev Engineering CollegeDecember 27, 2012
  2. 2. ComputingComputing is defined as Counting Calculating using the devices. Theorigin of computing started with early man who used fingers, stones,sticks, marks on walls, sand etc.2 of 11
  3. 3. Origin of ComputingAncient Counting and Calculating devices are :• Abacus• Napier’s Bones• Slide Rule3 of 11
  4. 4. Abacus• Developed in 3000 B.C by chinese.• Built with wood beads.• Used in schools shopkeepers.4 of 11
  5. 5. Napier Bones• In 1617, Napier invented ’Napier’s Bones’.• Multiplication tables were written on bones, ivory, silver, wood.• Simplified multiplication, division, square roots cube roots.5 of 11
  6. 6. Python• Dynamic & powerful programming language.• Easy language to work on.• High level programming.• Platform Independent.• OSI-approved open source license.• Often used as a scripting language.6 of 11
  7. 7. Django• Open source web application framework.• Written in the Python programming language.• Follows the Model View Controller architectural pattern.• Ease the creation of complex, database-driven websites.• Emphasizes re-usability.7 of 11
  8. 8. Features of the Software• Open Source• User Interactive Software• On-line• Dynamic• Role dependent interface• Product/Catalog• Distance Calculation through map• Search module• Universal (Can be changed according to application/work)• Report generation• Single click installation• User and developer documentation8 of 11
  9. 9. Work Flow using Software9 of 11
  10. 10. Future ScopeStill there are many more things or areas which can be added to theproject to make it more reliable. These remaining areas may be:• Receive the payment on-line through e-billing.• Managing the labs work through software.• SMS Service.• Module to fax the documents automatically to theClients/Employee.10 of 11
  11. 11. Any Question?11 of 11

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