DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A COMPUTERIZED CAREER GUIDANCE INFORMATION SYSTEM

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CHAPTERONE INTRODUCTION

Man in search of comfort struggle to meet up with good career and for this to be achieved, it has to be started as early as possible .From the time man is born, expectations abound to know what likely he will be able to do as he grows up .This has to do with his natural behavior and mental exercise display. This continues in family/parents and other relaxation acting as counseling unit until the child goes in to school. In school the teacher takes over the counseling, it is     a continuous exercise until one finds one‟s feet, then he can continue from there and equally be in a position to guide and counsel others.

The stages where much work is carried out on counseling is in secondary schools.Thisisastagewhenachildisgrowntobeabletounderstandmaturely andwhenthechild‟sattitudeisfullystudiedinlinewithacademicperformance. In all secondary school across the country, there exist a guidance and counselor office where people knowledgeable in   the area of psychology are employed in order   to help advise the younger ones  in   school which  way forward to their future career. There people through class visitation, Observing students during recreation and calling on them at intervals for questioning, came to know the students betters and be   able to guide and counsel them in their future career probably in university or in any other area of Endeavour.

 

The job of counseling in secondary school is not an easy job to be taking into considering  the number students involved with respect to the number of staff involved. It is always very difficult to handle all the students and to remember everything about the students.   This Counseling exercise needs a sophisticated system for the operation of counseling alliteratessomeofthe problem associated withexercise.

Personalbehaviourandarea ofinterest, they keepvery closemarkswiththe studentstomakesurethatnostoneisleftunturned.Thisaspectofone‚Äüslifeis takenveryseriouslyinschoolsbecausethatismainlythereasonpeoplegoto schoolfor theacademicstestsandexaminationonly.Thebattleof careerchoice is handed over to individualwhen he/she attaina stageofbeing able toductfor himselfwhathe/shereally wantsandhowbestpossibletogetsuchheight.The personcansteer thewheelsdirectly tohisdestinationor deviate inthe otherway duetocarelessness oryouthful exuberance; buttheendjustifies themeans. Sometimes,duetolaxity andincapability onthesideof thecareerguidanceand counsellorinschools,mostof the studentsare ledastray.

Hoyfield(1997)arguesthatagoodcareer inlife,makesalotofmeaningful process in life.Hequeried‚Äě‚Äüwhatiscomfortandwherecomfortwithouta good career‚Äü‚Äü.Inhisownviews,ittakesalongandroughwaytoarriveandclincha goodcareerbutwhen one finallygetstoit,lifecomestobewhatnature madeit

 

be.Hemadeitclear andthatlife isassociatedwithagoodcareer and that sucha careeris   whatcangivefullmeaningoflifeapricelessgiftofnature.Statistics showsthatpeoplewhofindgoodcareerareenjoyinghighstandardoflivingand theunluckyonescryof frustrationandnegativessocialfactorsthatlimitslife.

 

 

 

1.1    Statement OfThe Problem

 

 

The number of students     involved  in  schools counsellingare     very enormousandfewstaff incounsellingcannothandle the jobeffectively.

Itisalwaysvery easy toforgetinformationaboutstudentsandtoreachallthe students,contributesandproblems.

Another major problem of the counselling is information storage.The made ofstorage ofinformationobservedfrom the studentsindifferentformsisnot reliableandthismakesthecounsellingtoapply guessworkintryingtodirect studentsintheir future career work.

Thisisaverybigdelayintakingdecisiononstudentsconcerningtheir future career.Thisisalso becausereferencingto studentsinformationfor decision makingtakesaverylongtime.

 

1.2    Aims/Objectives

 

 

The primary aim of this projects work is to provide lasting solution to the problem affecting counseling exercise in secondary schools .The following objectives below are the study

√ėTomakethecriteria andprocessinvolvedintheexercise ofcounsellingvery easyandflexible

√ėTocarefullytakecareoftheburden,thestaff facesintryingtodothework of counsellingmanually.

√ėToprovideadequateenablingenvironmentforcounsellingonstudentto givethembetter career perspective

√ėTomaintainadequateobservedinformationonstudentsforfuturereference andquickdecisiontaking.

 

 

 

1.3     PurposeOf The Study

 

 

The purpose of  this project work  is to probe into the developing a counsellingsoftware forschoolswitha viewofcreatingawarenessoftheuse computer incounsellingwithdueconsideration ofthisnewtechnology advancement.

 

 

 

 

1.4 Significance OfThe Study

 

 

This study is of numerous important to the guidance and counsellordepartmentandthe societyingeneralindifferentways:

√ėItwillhelp the counsellortoalwaysdirectthe studentsintheir bestcareer area withhappinessbecauseitwillbe resultoriented.

√ė¬†¬† Itwillalsohelptoeliminatethewordfrustrationamongthepeoplewhich isverycommoninthesociety.

√ė¬†¬† Itwilleaseofthestressofthecounsellorusinghis/herbraintryingtostore information about¬† different students in their large number and each student‚Äüsareaof interesthe/sheisfitfor.

√ėUsing an automated system¬† in this situation would be very efficient especiallyininformationstorage.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.5 Scope/Delimitation Of TheStudy

 

 

Thestudycoversthedesignandimplementationofcomputerizedcareerchoice counsellingsysteminsecondaryschools.

 

1.6  Constraints/ Limitations

 

 

The major constraintsidentifiedinthe course ofthisworkare asfollows:

 

 

√ėTherearemanysecondaryschoolsinprimitive/ruralareasthathavelittleor notechnologicalfacilitiesintheschool.Implementationofthissystem in suchasituationbecomesaproblem.

√ėTheremayalsobestaffintheschoolwhodonothaveknowledgeonproper usageofcomputer.Ifsuchstaffworksintheguidanceandcounsellingunit, itwouldbe cumbersome forhim/hertooperatethe computerizedsystem. Recommendedsolutiontotheseproblemsisthatthereshouldbearoomfor

proper training of personnelwhocannot operatecomputersproperly.Also, governmentshouldhelpprovidetechnologicalfacilitiesinthoseschoolsinthe ruralareasthathavelittle ornolevelof technology.

 

1.7    Definition OfTerms

 

 

COUNSELLING:  Togive advisetoanother

 

 

SOCIETY:Thisisanorganizedgroupofpeoplelivingtogetherandhavingthings together

AUTOMATED:Lessindependentofhumandirectionandutilizestechniquesof automation.

PROMPT:  Tomotivate anaction

 

 

SYSTEM:  Acombinationofpartsorganizedinawholeworkingtogetherto achieve a commonpurpose

PSYCHOLOGY:The studyofmindandit‚Äüsfunction

 

 

DATA: This is a raw and unprocessed facts and figures obtained from experiments,research,surveysetc. usedtodevelopsomethingor make decision. RECORD:   Towritedowneventsothatitcanbe remember d

COMPUTER:  Thisisanelectronicdevicethatacceptrawfactsasdataand processesittogive usefulinformation.

INFORMATION:Data thathasbeenprocessed.

 



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