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Hotel management ppt


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Hotel management ppt

  1. 1. PROJECT REPORT ON:- PROJECT REPORT SUBMITTED BY: RANGAN SENGUPTA NIIT Student ID:- S100006000221 Registration No.:- R100006000562
  2. 2. INDEX• Acknowledgement•Introduction• Software Development Paradigm•ER Diagram• Database Design•Forms and their Coding•Future Aspect•Conclusion•Bibliography
  3. 3. Acknowledgement:-I wish to express my sincere gratitude to Mr.Partha Sarathi Das, H.O.D ofNIIT Durgapur, for providing me an opportunity to do my project work on“HOTEL MANAGEMENT”. This project bears an imprint of many people. Isincerely thank my project guide Miss Mithu Ghosh, faculty member ofNIIT, Durgapur for guidance and encouragement in carrying out this projectwork I also wish to express my gratitude to the officials and other staffmembers of “NIIT, Durgapur” who rendered their help during the period ofmy project work. Last but not least I wish to avail myself this opportunityto express a sense of gratitude and love to my friends and my belovedparents for their support, strength, help and everything else.
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION:-This project introduces THE HOTEL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. It explainshow seat booking is done in a hotel. Generally in a hotel seat booking in a hotelcan be of two types:-Current Booking.Advanced Booking.On the other hand there has to be a check out system for those seats which hadbeen booked before hands and are to be left out now.The Hotel Department maintains the seat availability and booking details in acertain Database. It contains the details of the different rooms available in thatparticular hotel, for instance there might be rooms with A.C, and non A.C.facilities which might further be classified into single, double and triple bedrooms.The Database also consist a record of the seats that are already booked and theones yet to be booked.A bright feature of this software is the inclusion of The Time Scheduling feature,which makes it more user friendly, more efficient and provides it high flexibility.
  5. 5. Software development paradigm:-The software development paradigm used in developing this software is waterfall. In thisevery phase is executed very carefully one after another.Any other SDLC model follows this technique as its basic unit. The various phases ofwaterfall model which model with its working is as follows:
  6. 6. Er diagram:-
  7. 7. database design:-
  8. 8. SNAPSHOTSofthe project
  9. 9. [1]The above image depicts the welcome page of theproject.
  10. 10. [2]The above image depicts the Login page of theproject.
  11. 11. [3] The above image depicts the Home page of the project.
  12. 12. [4] The above image depicts the Current booking page of the project.
  13. 13. [5] The above image depicts the Advance booking page of the project.
  14. 14. [6] The above image depicts the current booked customer details page of the project.
  15. 15. [7] The above image depicts the Advance booked customer details page of the project.
  16. 16. [8] The above image depicts the billing page of the project.
  17. 17. [9] The above image depicts the update current booked customer’s details page of the project.
  18. 18. [10] The above image depicts the update advanced booked customer’s details page of the project.
  19. 19. [11] The above image depicts the reports page of the project.
  20. 20. Future aspect:-In future our software could be further enhanced by providing our customerswith the facility of booking more than one rooms at the same time andkeeping his/her customer_id the same.Apart from that in future our software can also be used for hotels thatprovide both lodging and fooding facilities, in such case our software wouldalso keep a record of food supplements and recruited staffs in our database.In other words our software would provide staff management as well asrestaurant management.The inclusion of these features would definitely make our software highlydemanding and would be a grand success in practical field.
  21. 21. conclusion:-It has been a matter of immense pleasure, honour and challenge to have thisopportunity to take up this project and complete it successfully.While developing this project I have learnt a lot about hotel management, Ihave also learnt how to make it user friendly (easy to use and handle) byhiding the complicated parts of it from the users.During the development process I studied carefully and understood thecriteria for making a software more demanding, I also realised theimportance of maintaining a minimal margin for error.
  22. 22. bibliography:-Source obtained from:-•••GNIIT books