Therefore, the system must first ensure that each student registers himself and his project proposal. Then the project must be categorized and sent to the requisite faculty. The faculty must then make an assessment of the drawbacks or advantages of the project and must decide upon the feasibility with regards to time, cost etc. and notify the student accordingly.
b) The aggregate project plan outlines the project's stages for the next 18 months. Since p3 is in the final year of completion, it has to be completed first. As p2 strongly contributes to 01 & 03, and as p3 will already have supported all the objectives, it must be finished first. This would then require us to implement only p1, which contributes to 02 (already implemented by p3), subsequent to which, p4 can be easily accomplished. This is because as p2 and p3 have already satisfied almost all of the objectives, it would not be a problem for the implementation of p1, whereby, p4 can be easily implemented. The time taken for each subsequent project will gradually reduce as the objectives that need to be accomplished at every stage gradually reduce. Such an approach will enable p3 to satisfy most of the university's need at the time of installation, and the subsequent projects can be added to the existing system to enhance the functionality of the system, and in some cases they need not be implemented or developed at all in case the earlier project satisfies the required functionalities of the current project in all respects.
c) the title would be- A feasibility study on the automation of university project appraisals. We use this in the Strategic Decision Process.
2) a) we need to use an evolutionary prototyping model for this system, as this will enable
us to make changes, which will enable an all-at-once installation as the product will
be tested from time to time during development..
simple application of the formula for every row.
c) already discussed in 2004 paper.
e) this has already been shown in 2004 paper. After the Gantt chart.
3) a) module E: $(400*5*26)
same is the case for the other 3 independent modules.
For w: cost is $((400*5*52)+(500*5%52))
b) for module E: duration is 26 weeks. So no inflation
whereas from modules w,q,r,the 5% rate is applicable.
For example, for module w: the inflation must be applied for 52 weeks (assuming