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ABSTRACT

BAYA, RHEJIE P. and LUDRITA, DAVE M. Southern Philippines Agri-Business and Marine and Aquatic School of Technology, Malita, Davao Occidental, June 2018 “SAN MIGUEL FOUNDATION MONITORING SYSTEM” Undergraduate Capstone Project.

Adviser: OBEA RIZZI B. OMBOY

The San Miguel Foundation Monitoring System was conducted at

Power Plant, Culaman, Malita, Davao Occidental. This project was done to

plan, design and develop. The San Miguel Foundation is one of the many

sectors of San Miguel Corporation. The foundation focuses on upholding

the mission of its four (4) programs, namely: Health and Nutrition,

Livelihood, Environment, and Education. Their goals are to uplift and

provide aide to the community.

The study aims to develop a system that can consolidate project

information such as project activity and activity progress, generate

graphical analysis for the four (4) programs and to generate reports for

the activities.

In the development of the system, the researchers used PHP as the

front end and MySQL as the back end of the project environment. Also,

they have used the system development life cycle to properly develop the

system in a sequential manner. The researchers also used hardware

equipment and related software which aided them in completing user

requirements.

Based on the result of the testing and evaluation, the study was

able to achieve its objectives. The system was able

functions as required by the users.

to perform all

SAN MIGUEL FOUNDATION MONITORING SYSTEM

RHEJIE P. BAYA DAVE M. LUDRITA

CAPSTONE PROJECT STUDY SUBMITTED TO THE FACULTY OF THE SOUTHERN PHILIPPINES AGRI-BUSINESS AND MARINE AND AQUATIC SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY, MALITA, DAVAO OCCIDENTAL, IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF

BACHELOR OF SCENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

MAY 2018

APPROVAL SHEET

This capstone entitled SAN MIQUEL FOUNDATION MONITORING SYSTEM”, prepared and submitted by RHEJIE P. BAYA and DAVE M. LUDRITA in partial fulfillment for the degree Bachelor of Science in Information Technology, is hereby accepted.

ANTONETTE R. ALBARRACIN Member

Date Signed

OBEA RIZZI B. OMBOY Adviser

Date Signed

BAILINA P. DALAM, MIT Member

Date Signed

JOSELITO J. MEBOLOS, MIT Chairman

Date Signed

Accepted and approved in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Information Technology.

MELIZA P. ALO, Ed.D. Dean

Institute of Teacher Education and Information Technology (ITEIT) Southern Philippines Agri-Business and Marine and Aquatic School of Technology (SPAMAST), Malita, Davao Occidental

Date Signed

DEDICATION

The researchers would like to dedicate this project to their family,

friends

and

especially

to

Jehovah

God.

To

their

parents,

siblings,

grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins, and to everyone who has

shown them friendship and kindness during in developing our system. We,

the researchers dedicated this effort and hardwork for all of you.

Rhejie and Dave

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

The researchers would like to express their heartfelt gratitude and

appreciation to those people who became their inspiration in making this

capstone project possible.

First and foremost, their profound gratitude goes to the almighty

God for guiding the researchers’ every day, protecting them from any

dangers, spanning their life to the end of this phase of education and for

His forgiveness and unending blessings;

To their capstone adviser, Obea Rizzi B Omboy, for her utmost

support and guidance. For allowing them to experience new things and

teaching them to be passionate and be more determined in achieving their

goals;

To Prof. Joselito J. Mebolos, IT department chairman, for guiding

and assisting the researchers all throughout the capstone project;

To the

staff of San Miguel Foundation for

cooperation in conducting this study;

their support and

To the researchersloving family, friends, for extending their time

in giving full support and encouragement whenever they need them. Their

undying love, understanding and assistance, are the very reason why they

survived and worked hard to fulfill their goals.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

PRELIMINARY PAGES

PAGE

ABSTRACT

i

TITLE PAGE

iii

APPROVAL SHEET

iv

DEDICATION

v

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

vi

TABLE OF CONTENTS

viii

LIST OF FIGURES

x

LIST OF TABLES

xi

LIST OF APPENDICES

xii

CHAPTER

I BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Introduction

1

Objectives of the Study

3

Significance of the Study

4

Scope and Limitation of the Study

5

Definition of Terms

6

II REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE Sales & Inventory Monitoring Systems 7 Food Security Monitoring System (FSMS) 7 Oregon Prescription Drug Monitoring Program 8 Special Education Monitoring System 9

Program Evaluation Monitoring System (PEMS) 9 Design of environmental information System based

10

Local Territorial Information Monitoring System 11 Mobile-Based Nutrition and Child Health Monitoring

on GPRS

to Inform Program Development: An

11

Experience from Liberia The Program Evaluation and Monitoring System: A Key Source of Data for Monitoring Evidence-

12

Base HIV Prevention Program Processes and Outcomes Project Monitoring and Information System (PMIS)

13

III TECHNICAL BACKGROUND Technicality of the Study

14

Details of the Technologies Used

15

How the Project Works

16

IV METHODOLOGY Research Locale

17

Population of the Study

18

Operational Feasibility

18

Technical Feasibility

20

Compatibility Checking

20

Relevance of the Technology

21

Schedule Feasibility

21

Economic Feasibility

23

Cost and Benefit of the Project

23

Data and Progress Modelling

24

Data Dictionary

35

Data Design

40

Security

41

Software Specification

43

Hardware Specification

43

Programming Environment

44

Test Plan

45

V SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS Summary

47

Conclusion

47

Recommendations

48

BIBLIOGRAPHY

49

APPENDICES

50

CURRICULUM VITAE

74

LIST OF FIGURES

FIGURE

PAGE

1 Vicinity Map of San Miguel Corporation

17

2 Functional Decomposition Diagram

19

3 Gantt Chart

22

4 Input Process Output Diagram

24

5 System Flow Chart (Manage System Setting)

25

6 System Flow Chart (Manage Staff)

26

7 Context Diagram

27

8 Data Flow Diagram (Administrator and Staff)

28

9 Use Case Diagram

29

10 Sequence Diagram Administrator

30

11 Sequence Diagram Staff

31

12 Activity Diagram ‒ Manage Staff

32

13 Activity Diagram ‒ Monitoring Progress

33

14 Activity Diagram ‒ Staff Activity Progress

34

15 Entity Relationship Diagram

40

16 Class Diagram

41

17

Deployment Diagram

45

LIST OF TABLES

TABLES

PAGE

1 Cost of the Project

23

2 Data Dictionary of Table Activity

35

3 Software Specification

43

4 Hardware Specification

43

5 Testing

46

LIST OF APPENDICES

APPENDIX

PAGE

I Relevant Source Code

50

II Evaluation Tool

60

III Sample Input/Output/Report

62

IV Users guide

64

V Relevant Documents

71

VI Grammarian’s Certification

73

CHAPTER I

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Introduction

Modern technology has changed civilization in many different ways.

Humans has always been on a path to progression, thanks to technology,

the twentieth and twenty-first centuries have seen advancement which

revolution the way people work, think, live and play. A web-based system

brings a lot of advantages such as manageability, cross-platform, and

compatibility. All these are considered good features a web-based system

can have.

The company since then transformed itself from beverage, food

and packaging business into fuel and oil, energy, infrastructure, and

banking industries. SMC was listed on November 5, 1948. SMC, integrity,

teamwork, respect for others and social responsibility are just a few of its

corporate values that guide them every day. San Miguel Corporation is a

Filipino multinational publicly listed conglomerate holding company (Beth,

2015).

The staffs of San Miguel Foundation are using electronic and

spreadsheet to evaluate the progress of their programs, namely: Health

and Nutrition, Livelihood, Environment, and Education. In Health and

Malnutrition Program, the SMF conducts activities to children who are

vulnerable

to

under

nutrition,

improved

access

to

health

services,

improved water, sanitation, and hygiene, and established a partnership

and documented success stories.

In Livelihood Program, the SMF

conducts

training;

provide

support

to

a

small

scale

business

establishment,

increased

access

to

livelihood

opportunities,

entrepreneurial skills training and awareness and value chain. For the

Environment Program, the company established a waste management

program

for

SMC

areas,

participated

reforestation

and

other

environmental programs, and complies with all government requirements

on environmental concerns. For the Education Program, the SMF supports

literacy in the Philippines through scholarship assistance, supplemental

feeding, book donation and functional literacy program.

Objectives of the Study

Generally, this capstone project aimed to develop a system that

enables the San Miguel Foundation to monitor programs, projects, and

department activities.

Specifically, it aimed to:

1. Develop a system that can consolidate project information such as

a. Project activities; and

b. Activity progress.

2. Generate graphical data analysis of the following programs:

a. Health and Nutrition;

b. Livelihood;

c. Environment; and

d. Education.

3. Generate reports of the following activities:

a. Project Activities; and

b. Activity Progress.

Significance of the Study

The significance of this system is to improve the monitoring of the

program activities of San Miguel Foundation. This system supports the

project monitoring and evaluation plan of SMF. The researchers find this

project beneficial for the SMF for it serves as the monitoring of the activity

programs and activity progress of the SMF.

The implementation of this project is useful for the following:

Administrator The SMF Monitoring System was regarded as an

important instrument to support the evaluation needs of the activity

program of SMF, and to monitor the staff’s work progress.

SMF Staff it can help them to update activity progress and check new

activity programs.

San Miguel Foundation it would allow them to determine the need of

the residents from different communities and by providing communities

and be able to provide them with assistance and services.

Researchers The study will redound to the benefit of the researchers

considering that computer programming plays an important role in

Information Technology (IT) world today. They were able to explore and

learn new things in the field of making computer programs.

Scope and Limitations of the Study

The research was conducted to help the staff of SMF to be more

productive in the work they do. The administrator and the staff can

monitor all the activity progress programs and can generate reports for

monitoring. The study focuses on the activity progress of SMF activity

programs; the system allows the staff to submit their progress activities.

The system is bounded for monitoring transactions; the administrator can

manipulate the whole system, can view and generate report of the

operational plan and programs. Only the staffs and the administrator can

use

the SMF

monitoring system and they have their own unique

passwords to access the system. There are four (4) activity programs that

the

system

focuses

and

limited,

which

are

Health

and

Nutrition,

Livelihood, Environment, and Education program. Every program has own

operational plan.

Definition of Terms

Administrator the personnel that handles and

manipulates the

system and the highest executive officer in San Miguel Foundation.

Database served as the storage of all the data in the system. It is

where all the submitted progress of activities stored.

Generate means to produce or create, such as generating reports and

graphical data analysis.

Monitoring refers to the process of keeping track of the SMF programs

and to keep track of system resources.

Programs refers to activities of events that the SMF conducted.

Staff refers to a group of employees in charge of the SMF operational

plan.

User refers to the administrator and the staff.

used the system.

They are the one who

Web-based refers to the type of application where the system will be

based in order

for

it to run over a network connection using

Hypertext Transfer Protocol.

CHAPTER II

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

Sales and Inventory Monitoring Systems

According to Bianca (2017), sales and inventory monitoring system,

to understand the

need for

this type of system,

which

is

really a

combination of software programs, consider a customer's needs. For

example, if you go online and order a new digital camera and arrange to

ship it to your home, your purchase triggers different events in the seller's

system. The system must decide where the camera will be shipped from,

and then notify the appropriate warehouse to pack it and ship it. Think

about where that information comes from so the camera will reach your

home on time.

Food Security Monitoring System (FSMS)

According to Viola (2017), food security monitoring systems

(FSMS) track changes in people's food security situations. They aim to

alert the humanitarian community when a situation deteriorates and to

ensure that assistance can be provided in a timely and appropriate way.

For example, an FSMS collects information on individual households' food

consumption, their income and the strategies they develop to cope with

difficult situations. It also monitors market prices and rainfall patterns.

FSMS can trigger an Emergency Food Security Assessment, when the

deterioration of a situation is detected. WFP leads or facilitates around 20

Food Security Monitoring Systems in areas most at risk of vulnerability, in

support of governments' early warning and disaster risk management

strategies.

Oregon Prescription Drug Monitoring Program

According to Appriss (2017), oregon prescription drug monitoring

program (PDMP) it is a tool to help healthcare providers and pharmacists

provide patients better care in managing their prescriptions. It contains

information provided by Oregon-licensed retail pharmacies. The protected

health information is collected and stored securely. Oregon-licensed

healthcare providers and pharmacists and their staff may be authorized

for an account to access information from the PDMP system. Bordering

state licensed healthcare providers may also be authorized for access

accounts. By law their access is limited to patients under their care. The

program was started to support the appropriate use of prescription drugs.

The information is intended to help people work with their healthcare

providers and pharmacists to determine what medications are best for

them.

Special Education Monitoring System

The Ohio Department of Education (ODE) fulfills this responsibility

through its Office for Exceptional Children (OEC). OEC, in coordination

with the Office for Early Learning and School Readiness (OEL&SR), has

developed

a

Comprehensive

Monitoring

System

for

Continuous

Improvement that includes three levels of reviewing LEAs' implementation

of IDEA. The Comprehensive Monitoring System is designed to ensure 100

percent compliance with the statutory requirements of the IDEA and Ohio

Operating Standards for Ohio Educational Agencies serving Children with

Disabilities and improve services and outcomes for student with disabilities

(Kasich, 2017).

Program Evaluation Monitoring System (PEMS)

According to Snow (2017), program evaluation monitoring system

(PEMS), JSI completed a five-year cooperative agreement with Centers for

Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), providing national training and

technical assistance to more than 220 community-based organizations and

health departments as they use the Program Evaluation Monitoring

System (PEMS) to enter data on HIV prevention services provided at the

local

level.

JSI

supported

grantees

with

program

monitoring

and

evaluation strategies, data use, report analysis, and tailored TA plans. JSI

was responsible for training new PEMS users at the local level, as well as

PEMS administrators and implementation coordinators. In addition, JSI

developed evaluation field guides for seven EBI (Effective Behavioral

Intervention) and two Public Health Strategies for national deployment.

Design of Environmental Information Monitoring System Based on GPRS

This article introduces a design of environmental information

monitoring system based on embedded technology. The system equips an

ARM7TDMI-based microprocessor and GPRS as its main controller; the

system composition is

described, and consists

of

the

sensor

data

acquisition, remote transmission of short message service (SMS) and LCD

displaying. Software processes with μC/OS-II is shown, and the method of

realizing remote transmission by SMS is discussed in detail, the data

collection, remote transmission and playing of environmental information

are realized successfully ( Teng Fe et. al., 2017).

Local Territorial Information Monitoring System

According to Cauto (2017), the drafting, implementation and

control of urban development plans require, in order to guarantee their

success, a strategy and appropriate means to their monitoring and follow-

up. Without the latter, the implementation of plans and the analysis of the

impacts or their efficiency are objectively compromised. However, most

implementations of monitoring systems ignore the difficulties inherent in

the monitoring at a local level (cities, areas, neighborhoods), where

methodologies for data collection are scarce (or do not exist) or, when

they do exist, they do not present the appropriate geographical scale to

the required analysis.

Mobile-Based Nutrition and Child Health Monitoring to Inform Program Development: An Experience from Liberia

This article describes the development and application of a mobile-

based nutrition and health monitoring system, which collected monitoring

data on project activities, women's nutrition, and infant and young child

feeding practices in real time Implementing complex nutrition and other

public health projects and tracking nutrition interventions, such as

women's diet and supplementation and infant and young child feeding

practices, requires reliable routine data to identify potential program gaps

and to monitor

monitoring

and

trends in behaviors in real time. However, current

evaluation

practices

generally

do

not

create

an

environment for this real-time tracking (Guyon et. al., 2016).

The Program Evaluation and Monitoring System: A Key Source of

Data for Monitoring Evidence-Base

Program Processes

HIV Prevention

and Outcomes

This article discusses the purposes of evaluation and the need for

and development of PEMS and also describes how PEMS strengthens the

monitoring and evaluation of HIV prevention services nationally and

program planning, management, and monitoring locally. PEMS data may

be used by prevention stakeholders at all levels to examine program

fidelity,

adaptation

and

tailoring,

and

key

program

health

service

utilization and behavioral outcomes. The Centers for Disease Control and

Prevention (CDC) Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention (DHAP) has responded

to the need for accurate and timely data to monitor and evaluate federally

funded HIV prevention programs by designing and implementing the

Program Evaluation and Monitoring System (PEMS). PEMS is a national

data reporting system that includes a standardized set of HIV prevention

data variables, Web-based software for data entry and management, data

collection

and

evaluation

guidance

and

training,

and

software

implementation support services (Thomas et. al., 2015).

Project Monitoring and Information System (PMIS)

Project Monitoring System is web-based application to monitor

various

projects/activities

under

taken

by

the

Government

at

district/block/village level. Complete Village directory of Haryana has been

prepared and loaded. Deputy Commissioner Office can upload the status

of the

various projects in their districts up to village level Various

developmental projects are being executed in various districts of Haryana

at different locations. Different departments handle these projects. Work

is monitored by various agencies at block/district/division/state level. Chief

Minister and Chief Secretary regularly take information from Deputy

Commissioner to monitor the works. Chief Minister and Chief Secretary,

Haryana frequently require the reports while visiting the various parts of

the state (Bansal, 2013).

CHAPTER III

TECHNICAL BACKGROUND

Technicality of the Study

The study involves the development of a web-based system that

runs using the internet connection and a browser. The SMF staff and

administrator are already used computers or any hardware devices. They

are able to open the spreadsheet to evaluate the progress of their

activities and can open g-mail to send and receive information about the

programs. The computer must have software that can provide the needs

for the system. Those computers that the SMF have in their office are all

capable and compatible in browsing the San Miguel Monitoring System.

With this San Miguel Foundation Monitoring System, the administrator can

monitor instantly the activity progress of the staff and can make an

operational plan for the activity program. For the staff, they can work

without wasting much of their time in updating their activity progress, and

check new activity program from an operational plan. Manual systems can

waste both money and time for administrator and staffs.

With this SMF

monitoring

systems, it will

retrievable and searchable.

reduce paper

and make

data storable,

Details of the Technologies Used

Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 (64-bit) provides tool for creating web

pages. It was used by the to build web page templates. This program

places a host of other interactive documents into their latest construction.

XAMP Server v3.2.2 (64-bit) Apache, MySQL, and PHP. XAMP is a

variation of LAMP for Windows systems and is often installed as a

software

bundle

(Apache,

MySQL,

and

PHP).

It

is

used

for

web

development and internal testing, and may also be used to serve live

websites. By running a local Apache web server on a windows machine, a

web developer can test web pages in a web browser without publishing

them live on the internet. XAMP also includes MySQL and PHP, which are

the two most common technologies used for creating dynamic websites.

The basic document model for the Web was set: things in the page

such as the text and graphics, and cross references to other works. These

hypertext links were able to able to target documents to a fine level

thanks to conventions for numbering lines or verses (Keio, 2003). PHP 5.0

Hypertext Pre-processor is a server side web programming language that

can be embedded into HTML. The researcher used PHP to collect data,

generate dynamic page content, or send and receive data.

How the Project Works

The researchers conducted an interview from one of the staff of

SMF to complete and to have accurate data and functions of the system.

The system is a web-based application where it needs an internet

connection in order for the system to execute. The administrator has the

full

privilege

to

manage

the

system,

and

generate

reports.

The

administrator and staff are able to interact with the system through the

use of any web browser such as Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.

Staff and administrator can access the SMF monitoring system by

using devices such as a laptop, personal computer, tablet or smartphone

that supports internet connection.

Staff can update their SMF activity

progress and can check their activity program. The administrator can add

new staff in the monitoring system, add new programs, activity program

and monitors the activity progress of the staff and generate reports.

CHAPTER IV

METHODOLOGY

Research Locale

Figure 1 shows the vicinity map of

the study. The study was

conducted at San Miguel Corporation Power Plant, particularly in Malita,

Davao Occidental. The system was deployed at San Miguel Foundation.

The system was deployed at San Miguel Foundation. Figure 1. Vicinity Map of San Miguel Corporation

Figure 1. Vicinity Map of San Miguel Corporation Power Plant

Population of the Study

The population was composed of one (1) administrator which is

capable of manipulating the system four (4) Staff to take the responsibility

for viewing and updating the activities given by SMF, and the two (2)

researchers in charge of the system maintenance.

Operational Feasibility

This study helps the SMF to monitor their staff accomplishment

(activity progress). The researchers conducted an interview to the users

on how the system could be usable to the users. The proposed system will

give solution to the problem of SMF in terms of monitoring their activity

progress, project activities and operational plan. The system will affect

their day-to-day operations of the staff and their handled project/

program/ activity, it will make their work more organize and to lessen the

time consumed in sending the activity progress, searching or updating

new project activities and operational plan. The SMF monitoring system

require training for the users for them to use the system correctly without

confusing and the company prepared to provide the necessary resources

for training for the users. According to Data Privacy Act 2012, section 2, it

said that the fundamental human right of every individual to privacy while

ensuring free flow of information for innovation, growth, and national

development

Figure

2

shows

the

decomposition

diagram

of

San

Miguel

Monitoring System. It shows on a single page the capabilities of an

organization that are relevant to the consideration of architecture. Both

Admin and Staff can login to the system with their unique username and

password. It shows how the requirements identified in the requirements

analysis phase of system development.

identified in the requirements analysis phase of system development. Figure 2. Functional Decomposition Diagram

Figure 2. Functional Decomposition Diagram

The

San

Technical Feasibility

Miguel

Foundation

required

technologies

and

now

available such as the hardware and software. The users of the system are

computer literate and capable to use the system when it deployed.

The

users are all computer literate due to the fact that every day or in their

work they use computers, and they manipulate the information system of

San Miguel Foundation. The hardware and the software environment are

reliable both now and the future and it will interface properly with external

systems, operated by the administrator and the staff.

Compatibility Checking

To check compatibility, the system must run through the different

browser such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and etc. with different

versions. Testing on multiple browsers on the different operating system

and different devices is also a must. If not testing the site

of

how it

performs on different browsers, whether visitors to the site are viewing it

as

the

researchers

intended.

The

computers

of The

San

Miguel

Foundation with their respective browsers like Google chrome, etc.

Relevance of the Technology

The relevance of the technologies is the work of the SMF has

become much less manual, for people all around the SMF that have active

access to the innovations of information technology.

Especially for

updating and sending all activities they have to do for every year,

providing reports in activity progress in specific period of time, provide

and generate graphical data analysis of SMF activities to help decision

making easily. The SMF monitoring system help them become more

productive, competitive and efficient.

Schedule Feasibility

Figure 3 shows the graphical representation of the different task

from the start of the activity to its completion period. It represents how to

manage your time and it provides a guide to do a task until the evaluation

date. The researchers made the schedule or Gantt chart for them to assist

schedule feasibility, a systems analyst must consider the interaction

between time and cost. When developing the system, the researchers’

followed the schedule shown from the Gantt chart.

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Economic Feasibility

Table 1. Cost and Benefits of the Project

 

Cost and Benefit Analysis

 

Costs

Category

Item

Quantity

Price

Total

 

Laptop

1

Php27,000.00

Php27,000.00

Internet

3

Php1,299.00

Php3,897.00

Equipment

Paper

1

Php200.00

Php200.00

Ink

3

Php90.00

Php270.00

Others

Food

-

 

- Php600.00

Fair

-

- Php500.00

 

Total Cost:

32,467.00

Cost and Benefits Analysis

Benefits (Estimated Per Annum )

Tangible benefits from new system

SMF Monitoring system that helps the users and the company To monitor the activity progress of the SMF programs

Intangible benefits from new system

A user friendly web-based monitoring system that improves users job satisfactory

Improved performance of the users

Improve productivity in work

Economic feasibility helps the researcher to identify the profit

against investment expected from a project. The table below shows the

cost and benefit of the project. The estimated total cost of the project is

30,600.

The

system

can

be

a

great

advantage

to

the

institution

considering that it is inexpensive than the manual procedure.

Data and Process Modeling

Figure

4

shows

the

Conceptual

Schema

of

the

San

Miguel

Monitoring System.

Modeling procedures a graphical representation of a

concept or process that systems developers can analyses, test, and

modify.

The

figure

identifies

program

inputs,

its

outputs

and

the

processing steps required to transform the inputs into the outputs. The

administrator input the user account details and the operational plan that

contents the program activity. The staff can open the system and use it.

For output, the system can generate reports, activity statistic, and show

the updated program activities and activity progress of the staff.

INPUT

User

account

details

Program

Activities

PROCESS

Staff

Registration

Progress of

the activity

programs

OUTPUT

Staff

Details

Reports

Activity

Statistics

 Staff Details  Reports  Activity Statistics Figure 4. Input Process Output Diagram
 Staff Details  Reports  Activity Statistics Figure 4. Input Process Output Diagram

Figure 4. Input Process Output Diagram

Figure 5 shows the workflow of the system setting. System Flow

chart is a way of displaying how to manage the system setting, and how

the decision is made to control events.

In system setting, you can edit

the profiles of the staff, example is their password and username. In order

to access the system, administrator has to sign in first if credentials are

valid then it redirects to main page in which the admin can manage

system setting, manage system details and can display system settings.

setting, manage system details and can display system settings. Figure 5. System Flow Chart - Managing

Figure 5. System Flow Chart - Managing System Setting

Figure 6 shows the workflow of the mange staff. System Flow chart

is a way of displaying how to manage the mange staff, and how decision

is made to control events.

to manage the mange staff, and how decision is made to control events. Figure 6. System

Figure 6. System Flow Chart Managing Staff

Figure 7 show the boundary between the administrator and the

staff in the monitoring system. Context Diagram, defines the boundary

between the system, part of a system, and its environment, showing the

entities that interact with it. This Diagram shows the relationship between

the system and the staff involve each other. The administrator has the full

privilege to access the system, manage staff and modify the database.

Staff can also manage their tasks by updating their activity progress.

also manage their tasks by updating their activity progress. Figure 7. Context Diagram Figure 8 shows

Figure 7. Context Diagram

Figure 8 shows the graphical representation of the data through an

information system, modelling and its process aspects. It helps to

understand more the flow of the system. This diagram show the summary

of what the system will offer.

Figure 8. Data Flow Diagram – Administrator and Staff Figure 9 shows the Use Case

Figure 8. Data Flow Diagram Administrator and Staff

Figure 9 shows the Use Case Diagram (UCD) of the Monitoring

System that describes functionality provided by the system in terms of an

actor. UCD is a representation of a user's interaction with the system that

shows the relationship between the user and the different use cases in

which the user is involved both admin and staff can access to the system

by using their unique username and password.

Figure 9. Use Case Diagram Figure 10 shows the sequence diagram of the system. The

Figure 9. Use Case Diagram

Figure 10 shows the sequence diagram of the system. The diagram

illustrates the sequence of events administered by the administrator.

Administrator has to sign-in first in order to access the system, after

account verification, it will redirect to the main page.

The Administrator

has the full access to manage employee’s personal data sheet, manage

system setting, add activity project and monitor activity progress of staff.

Figure 10. Sequence Diagram – Administrator Figure 11 shows the sequence diagram of the system.

Figure 10. Sequence Diagram Administrator

Figure 11 shows the sequence diagram of the system. The diagram

illustrates the sequence of events administered by the staff. This diagram

shows the sequence of the program for staff. Staff has to log-in first in

order to access the system, after account verification it will redirect to the

main page. Staff can manage activity progress, by adding their monthly

activity progress; they can also view reports of their Personal activity

progress and print.

view reports of their Personal activity progress and print. Figure 11. Sequence Diagram – Staff Figure

Figure 11. Sequence Diagram Staff

Figure 12 shows the activity diagram of the system. The diagram

illustrates the activity done by the admin in monitoring activities.

Figure 12. Activity Diagram ‒ Manage Staff Figure 13 shows the activity diagram of the

Figure 12. Activity Diagram ‒ Manage Staff

Figure 13 shows the activity diagram of the system. The diagram

illustrates the activity done by the admin in monitoring. Administrator can

view progress of every staff that has activity. This diagram accessed the

researcher to decide what action of administrator should have.

Figure 13. Activity Diagram ‒ Monitoring Progress Figure 14 shows the activity diagram of the

Figure 13. Activity Diagram ‒ Monitoring Progress

Figure 14 shows the activity diagram of the system where it

illustrates the activity done by the staff when they want to update their

activity progress. This diagram accessed the researcher to decide what

action of staff should have.

Figure 14. Activity Diagram ‒ Staff Activity Progress

Figure 14. Activity Diagram Staff Activity Progress

DATA DICTIONARY

Table 2 shows the data dictionary of table activity, department,

message, program, users and employee. Each table has its own attribute

name, contents,

type, format,

range, required, PK or

FK and

FK

referenced table. Its field has data type, size and descriptions. The data

that will be inputted to the system will automatically save to the database.

Table

2.

Data

Dictionary

of

Table

Activity,

department,

message,

TABL

ATTRIBU

CONTEN

TYPE

FORMA

RANG

REQUIRE

PK

FK

E

TE

TS

T

E

D

O

REFERENC

NAME

NAME

R

ED

FK

TABLE

 

Id

id

of

Int(11)

   

Y

PK

 

activity

Actnumbe

Varchar(20

Xxxxxxx

Y

r

number of

0)

x

act.

y

     

program, users and employee.

Activit

ActTitle

 

Varchar(20

Xxxxxxx

 

y

Activity

0)

x

y

DateStart

name

Xxxxxxx

Date

x

y

DateEnd

Act. Start

Date

Xxxxxxx

y

Budget

Act. End

Int(200)

x

Act.

Xxxxxxx

x

Budget

Act. Start Date Xxxxxxx y Budget Act. End Int(200) x Act. Xxxxxxx x Budget
Act. Start Date Xxxxxxx y Budget Act. End Int(200) x Act. Xxxxxxx x Budget

The

ERD

or

entity

Data Design

relationship

diagram

use

to

portray

the

connection between various elements that was utilized as a part of

building up this system. Figure 15 shows the development information

inside the database or data framework.

information inside the database or data framework. Figure 15. Entity Relationship Diagram Figure 16 below

Figure 15. Entity Relationship Diagram

Figure 16 below shows the class diagram of the system. This

diagram helps the researchers in determining the activity flow of each

process function that will be relevant to the completion of this project.

Figure 16. Class Diagram Security The SMF Monitoring System ensures that the system is capable

Figure 16. Class Diagram

Security

The SMF Monitoring System ensures that the system is capable of

securing all the information from the unauthorized person. For the system

security, every staff has unique username to log-in to the system, and the

password is encrypted. Only the administrators has the right and have the

full access to manage the website, modify database (data within a

database) and register the staff in the system (Monitoring System). The

private information of the staffs and are confidential to others. The

database was uploaded at online to ensure that there is a backup if the

system will bar down and also to reduce redundancy of data. There is also

a feature in online web hosting that can add to your applications, so you

can have confidence that the system and the database are build secured.

X10Hosting keeping the hosting and website secure is the number one

priority when managing anything on the web. X10Hosting making sure

that their client are able to have access and information that will help

keep their web hosting secure.

The table below shows the list of specific software being used in

the system and its specification. The project will be using Windows 10 for

system

operation,

XAMPP

used

as

and

platform web server solution stack package and for internet testing of the

system. Adobe Dreamweaver serves as a programming tool for developing

the website. Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox use for accessing the

website. The software specification belongs to any computers or laptops

that can provide that specification.

Table 3. Software and Specifications

Table 3. Software and Specifications NAME OF SOFTWARE SPECIFICATIONS System Type : 64-bit Operating System
Table 3. Software and Specifications NAME OF SOFTWARE SPECIFICATIONS System Type : 64-bit Operating System

NAME OF SOFTWARE

SPECIFICATIONS

System Type

:

64-bit Operating System

Data-Base

:

MySQL 5.1.36

Xampp Server

:

Version 3.2.2

Code Editor

:

Adobe Dreamweaver CS6

Web Browser

:

Google Chrome 64-bit, version

66.0.3359.181

Browser : Google Chrome 64-bit, version 66.0.3359.181 Table below shows the specification of the hardware

Table below shows the specification of the hardware components

that will be use during the development of the system.

Table 4. Hardware Specification

development of the system. Table 4. Hardware Specification NAME OF HARDWARE SPECIFICATION Laptop Internal Parts: CPU
development of the system. Table 4. Hardware Specification NAME OF HARDWARE SPECIFICATION Laptop Internal Parts: CPU

NAME OF HARDWARE

SPECIFICATION

Laptop

Internal Parts:

CPU

:

Intel Core i5 6198DU up to 2.8GHz

RAM

:

4GB

Hard Disk Drive

:

500GB

External Parts:

Mouse

:

USB Type

Network Connection

:

Wifi Modem

Hard Disk Drive : 500GB External Parts: Mouse : USB Type Network Connection : Wifi Modem

Programming Environment

The

project

used

PHP

(Hypertext

Pre-processor)

as

the

programming language in developing the system. It will use HTML

(Hypertext Mark-up Language) and CSS will be also use in designing the

web page. It also uses JavaScript that can add interactivity and enhances

the behaviour of web pages and JQuery as client interactivity of the

system.

The project used MySQL as the back end of the system for storing

data. MYSQL serves as the database server that handles all stored data

acquired from the devices inputted by administrator.

The figure below shows the deployment diagram of the system.

The system is uploaded to a domain and uses MySQL as the database.

The system is accessible without an internet connection because it is an

offline mode. The user can interact with the system by using a browser

such as Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.

Figure 17. Deployment Diagram Test Plan Test plan describe testing scope and activities, it is

Figure 17. Deployment Diagram

Test Plan

Test plan describe testing scope and activities, it is the basis to

formally test any software in a project. This testing procedure contains

test item and criteria to determine the level of acceptance in the system.

The researcher used the Beta testing for the deployment of the system.

The researchers conducted a testing by following the beta process.

It released to a limited number of end-users of the product to obtain

feedback on the product quality. Beta testing reduces product failure risks

and provides increased quality of the product through customer validation.

One of the staff tested the system by testing all the functionalities of the

system.

Table below shows the test plan of the system. The table

is

consisting of testing procedure undergone in system testing.

Table 5. Testing

procedure undergone in system testing. Table 5. Testing No. Acceptance Requirements Test R e s u
procedure undergone in system testing. Table 5. Testing No. Acceptance Requirements Test R e s u

No.

Acceptance Requirements

Test

Result

Comments

Yes

No

1 The system must provide accurate information about the activity programs and activity progress.

2 Provide Security:

Account

Information

3 The objectives must be accomplished according to what the client demanded to be done.

 Account  Information 3 The objectives must be accomplished according to what the client demanded

CHAPTER V

SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS

Summary

The San Miguel Foundation Monitoring System was conducted at

Power Plant, Malita, Davao Occidental. This system facilitates good

communication activities between the administrator and staff of San

Miquel Foundation. The system is a web-based monitoring system that

enabled the SMF to monitor programs, projects, generate graphical data

analysis and provide reports.

The system was able

to achieve its

objectives and was able to perform all functions as required by the end

user.

Conclusion

Based upon the testing results of San Miguel Monitoring System, it

was concluded that the system was able to meet the purpose and

usability along with the objectives of the project. The system can

effectively lessen the time consumed by the administrator in monitoring

activity progress and assigning program activities to the staff. The system

also helps the staff in updating activity progress in specific period of time.

Recommendations

During presentation of the system, the panel members of this

capstone project recommended to improve the graphical design.

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APPENDICES

Appendix I. Relevant Source Code

Add Activity

<?php require_once('include/session.php'); ?> <?php include_once('include/header.php'); ?> <?php include_once('include/navigation.php'); ?> <div id="wrapper"> <div id="page-wrapper"> <div class="container-fluid"> <!-- Page Heading --> <div class="row"> <div class="col-lg-12"> <ol class="breadcrumb"><li class="active"><i class="glyphicon glyphicon-list"></i> Activity</li></ol> </div> </div> <!-- /.row --> <button class="btn btn-primary btn-sm" id="add-activity" title="Add Activity">

<span class="glyphicon glyphicon-plus-sign" aria- hidden="true"></span> </button> <button class="btn btn-danger btn-sm" id="del-activity" title="Remove Selected"> <span class="glyphicon glyphicon-trash" aria- hidden="true"></span> </button> <div id="all-activitylist"></div> </div> <!-- /.container-fluid -->

</div> <!-- /#page-wrapper -->

</div> <!-- /#wrapper --> <?php include_once('modal/activity.php'); ?> <?php include_once('modal/confirmation.php'); ?> <?php include_once('modal/message.php'); ?> <?php include_once('include/footer.php'); ?>

Add Employee

<?php require_once('include/session.php'); ?> <?php include_once('include/header.php'); ?> <?php include_once('include/navigation.php'); ?> <div id="wrapper"> <div id="page-wrapper"> <div class="container-fluid"> <!-- Page Heading --> <div class="row"> <div class="col-lg-12"> <ol class="breadcrumb"><li class="active"><i class="glyphicon glyphicon-user"></i> Employee</li></ol> </div> </div> <!-- /.row --> <button class="btn btn-primary btn-sm" id="add-employee" title="Add Employee"> <span class="glyphicon glyphicon-plus-sign" aria- hidden="true"></span> </button>

<button class="btn btn-danger btn-sm" id="del- employee"title="Remove Selected"> <span class="glyphicon glyphicon-trash" aria- hidden="true"></span> </butt <div id="all-employee"></div>

</div> <!-- /.container-fluid -->

</div> <!-- /#page-wrapper -->

</div> <!-- /#wrapper --> <?php include_once('modal/add_employee.php'); ?> <?php include_once('modal/confirmation.php'); ?> <?php include_once('modal/message.php'); ?> <?php include_once('include/footer.php'); ?>

Graph

<?php require_once('include/session.php'); ?> <?php include_once('include/header.php'); ?> <?php include_once('include/navigation.php'); ?> <?php

require_once('database/Database.php'); $db = new Database(); $sql = "SELECT * FROM program ORDER BY programName ASC"; $programs = $db->getRows($sql); $currently_selected = date('Y'); $earliest_year = 1950; $latest_year = date('Y'); ?> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/bootstrap.css"> <script src="js/bootstrap.js"></script> <script src="js/Chart.js"></script> <script src="js/jquery.js"></script> <div id="page-wrapper"> <div class="container-fluid"> <!-- Page Heading --> <div class="row"> <div class="col-lg-12"> <ol class="breadcrumb"><li class="active"><i class="glyphicon glyphicon-list"></i> Program</li></ol>

</div> </div> <div class="container"> <div class="row"> <div class="col-md-3"> <div class="form-group">

<div class="form-group"> <div class="col-sm-9"> <form method="post" > <label class="control-label col-sm-3"

for="">Program</label> <select name="s" id="program" class="btn btn-default" > <option value="">Please Select </option> <?php foreach($programs as $i):

?>

<option value="<?= $i['programID']; ?>"><?= ucwords($i['programName']); ?></option>

<?php endforeach;

?>

</select> </br></br> <label class="control-label col-sm-9" for="">Select</label><br> <?php print '<select name="yearG" class="btn btn-default" onfocus="this.size=10;"

onblur="this.size=1;"

onchange="this.size=1; this.blur();" >';

$earliest_year) as $x) {

foreach (range(date('Y'),

print '<option value="'.$x.'"'.($x === $already_selected_value ? ' selected="selected"' : '').'>'.$x.'

?>

<br><br>

</option>'; } print '</select>';

<button

name="gview" type="submit" class="btn btn-

primary" ><span class="fa fa-eye"></span> View</button>

</form>

</div>

</div>

</div>

</div> <div class="col-md-9"> <div class="box box-success"> <div class="box-header with-border"> <?php

//set timezone

//date_default_timezone_set('Asia/Manila'); $year = date('Y');

$program = ''; $SY = ''; $pname =''; $par1 = 'Choose A program'; $par2 = '';

if ($_SERVER['REQUEST_METHOD']

=== 'POST') {

if (isset($_POST['gview']) && ($_POST['s']) != "" && isset($_POST['yearG'])) { $program = $_POST['s']; $par1 = ' ('; $par2 = ')'; $SY = $_POST['yearG'

}

$db = new Database();

}

$sql = "SELECT * FROM program

where programID =

'$program'";

$name = $db->getRows($sql); $currently_selected = date('Y'); $earliest_year = 1950; $latest_year = date('Y');

?>

<?php foreach($name as $n):

$pname = $n['programName']; endforeach; ?> <h3 class="box-title"><?php echo " ".$pname." ".$par1." "; ?> <?php echo " ".$SY." ".$par2." "; ?></h3> </div> <div class="box-body"> <div>

<div class="chart"> <canvas id="lineChart" style="height:250px"></canvas> </div> </div> <!-- /.box-body --> </div>

</div>

</div>

</div> <?php if ($_SERVER['REQUEST_METHOD'] === 'POST') { if (isset($_POST['gview']) && ($_POST['s']) != "" && isset($_POST['yearG'])) {

$conn = new mysqli("localhost", "root", "", "smms"); if ($conn->connect_error) { die("Connection failed: " . $conn->connect_error);

}

//set timezone //date_default_timezone_set('Asia/Manila'); $year = date('Y'); $total=array(); for ($month = 1; $month <= 12; $month ++){

$sql="select *, sum(activityinfo.totalnumber) as total , activity.ActTittle , activity.DateStart, activityinfo.totalnumber from activityinfo INNER JOIN program INNER JOIN activity ON activityinfo.activityID=activity.id

where month(activity.DateStart)='$month' and year(activity.DateStart)='$SY' and program.programID ='$program' and activityinfo.programID='$program'"; $query=$conn->query($sql); $row=$query->fetch_array();

if ($row > 0 ){

$total[]=$row['total'];

}

}

$tjan = $total[0]; $tfeb = $total[1]; $tmar = $total[2]; $tapr = $total[3]; $tmay = $total[4]; $tjun = $total[5]; $tjul = $total[6]; $taug = $total[7]; $tsep = $total[8]; $toct = $total[9];

$tnov = $total[10]; $tdec = $total[11];

?>

<?php

}else{

echo"<script>alert('Some Value of Dropdown Lists are

Invalid!');</script>"; }

}

?>

<script> $(function () {

var lineChartData = { labels : ['January', 'February', 'March', 'April', 'May', 'June', 'July', 'August', 'September', 'October', 'November', 'December'], datasets: [

{

label

: 'Previous Year',

fillColor

: 'yellow',

strokeColor

: 'yellow',

pointColor

pointStrokeColor

: 'yellow', : 'yellow',

pointHighlightFill : 'yellow', pointHighlightStroke: 'yellow',

data

:

[ ]

},

{

label

: 'This Year',

fillColor

: 'red',

strokeColor

: 'red',

pointColor

: 'red',

pointStrokeColor

: 'red',

pointHighlightFill : 'red',

pointHighlightStroke: 'red',

data

: [ "<?php echo $tjan; ?>", "<?php echo $tfeb; ?>", "<?php echo $tmar; ?>", "<?php echo $tapr; ?>", "<?php echo $tmay; ?>", "<?php echo $tjun; ?>", "<?php echo $tjul; ?>", "<?php echo $taug; ?>", "<?php echo $tsep; ?>", "<?php echo $toct; ?>", "<?php echo $tnov; ?>", "<?php echo $tdec; ?>"

 

]

}

]

}

var lineChartCanvas var lineChart

var lineChartOptions = { //Boolean - If we should show the scale at all

= $('#lineChart').get(0).getContext('2d') = new Chart(lineChartCanvas)

showScale

//Boolean - Whether grid lines are shown across the chart

scaleShowGridLines

//String - Colour of the grid lines

scaleGridLineColor

//Number - Width of the grid lines

scaleGridLineWidth

//Boolean - Whether to show horizontal lines (except X axis)

scaleShowHorizontalLines: true, //Boolean - Whether to show vertical lines (except Y axis) scaleShowVerticalLines : true, //Boolean - Whether the line is curved between points

: true,

: false,

: 'rgba(0,0,0,.05)',

: 1,

bezierCurve

: true,

//Number - Tension of the bezier curve between points

bezierCurveTension

: 0.3,

//Boolean - Whether to show a dot for each point

pointDot

: false,

//Number - Radius of each point dot in pixels

pointDotRadius

: 4,

//Number - Pixel width of point dot stroke

pointDotStrokeWidth

: 1,

//Number - amount extra to add to the radius to cater for hit

detection outside the drawn point pointHitDetectionRadius : 20,

//Boolean - Whether to show a stroke for datasets

datasetStroke

//Number - Pixel width of dataset stroke

datasetStrokeWidth

//Boolean - Whether to fill the dataset with a color

datasetFill

: true,

: 2,

: true,

//String - A legend template //Boolean - whether to maintain the starting aspect ratio or not when responsive, if set to false, will take up entire container

}

maintainAspectRatio

: true,

//Boolean - whether to make the chart responsive to window resizing

responsive

: true

lineChartOptions.datasetFill = false

lineChart.Line(lineChartData, lineChartOptions })

</script>

</div> <!-- /.container-fluid -->

</div> <!-- /#page-wrapper -->

</div> <!-- /#wrapper --> <?php include_once('include/footer.php'); ?>

Appendix II. Evaluation Tool

Appendix III. Sample Input/Output/Report

Sample Input

Appendix III. Sample Input/Output/Report Sample Input Sample Output

Sample Output

Appendix III. Sample Input/Output/Report Sample Input Sample Output

Sample Report

Sample Report

Appendix IV. User’s guide

Login Form

1 2 3
1
2
3

1. Username Filed

2. Password Filed

3. Login Button

Administrator Dashboard

User’s guide Login Form 1 2 3 1. Username Filed 2. Password Filed 3. Login Button

1

2

3

4

5

6

User’s guide Login Form 1 2 3 1. Username Filed 2. Password Filed 3. Login Button

1.

To add Program

2. To Add Activity

3. To Add Employee

4. To View Graph

5. To Print

6. To add Department and Designation

Add Program

5. To Print 6. To add Department and Designation Add Program 1. Add Program Name 2.

1. Add Program Name

2. Add Strategic Goal

3. Add Objective 1

4. Add Objective 2

5. Add Objective 3

6. Add Objective 4

7. Add Objective 5

8. Add Objective 6

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Edit Program

1. Edit Program

Add Activity

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

1.

Select Program

2.

Activity Number

3.

Activity Title

4.

Date Started

5.

Date of Completion

6.

Budget of the Program

7.

Person Responsible

8.

Target Question

9.

Save Button

Add Department

1. Add Department Name

2. Add Designation

3. Save Button

Add Employee

1. Add First Name

7. Status

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

2. Add Middle Name

8. Type

3. Add Last Name

9. Department

4. Add User Address

10.Designation

5. Contact Number

11.Save Button

6. Date of Birth

Add Designation

1. Designation Name

Graph

2. Description

3. Save Button

1.

Select Program

2. Select Year to

3.

Select Year from

4. Click to View Graph

Staff Dashboard

1

2

3

1.

Click to view task

2.

Click to view accomplishment

3.

Click to print

Tasks

1. Click to encode activity progress

Supporting Details

2

1

1. Click to upload evidence

2. Upload button

Appendix V. Relevant Documents

Appendix VI. Grammarian’s Certification

G R A M M A R I A NS

May 10, 2018

C E R T I F I C A T I O N

This is to certify that the undersigned has review and went through

all the pages of the proposed capstone project entitled “SAN MIGUEL

FOUNDATION MONITORING SYSTEMas against the set structural

rules that govern the composition of sentences, phrases, and words in the

English language.

Signed:

CURRICULUM VITAE

Personal Data Name

: Rhejie P. Baya

Address

Sex

: San Roque, Sta.

Maria, Davao

Occidental

Age Date of Birth Place of Birth

: 20 : January 05, 1998 : Poblacion, Sta. Maria, Davao Occidental : Female

Height

: 5’4

Weight

: 55 kls.

Status

: Single

Nationality

: Filipino

Religion

: Roman Catholic

Tribe

: Bisaya

Parents

Father

: Regalado A. Baya

Mother

: Jerly P. Baya

Educational Background Elementary School Year attended Awards/Honors Received Secondary School

Year attended Awards/Honors Received College Course

School

Year attended Awards/Honors Received

Work Experience

: Cumasi Elementary School : 2006-2010 : None

: Heracleo Casco Memorial National High School : 2010-2014 : None

: Bachelor of Science in Information Technology : Southern Philippines Agri- Business and Marine and Aquatic School of Technology (SPAMAST) Malita Campus : 2014-2018 : None

Agency

Inclusive Dates Position/Designation

Agency Inclusive Dates

Position/Designation

Affiliation Name of Organization Position Inclusive Dates

: Scholarship Office, SPAMAST Malita Campus : May 1, 2016 June 30, 2016 : On-the-Job Trainee

: Inquirinity Corporation

: January 25, 2018 March 16,

2018

: On-the-Job Trainee

: InfoTech Society : Member : 2014-2018

Personal Data Name

CURRICULUM VITAE

: Dave M. Ludrita

Address Maria, Davao Age Date of Birth Place of Birth Sex Height Weight Status Nationality Religion Tribe Parents Father Mother

: San Agustin, Sta.

Occidental

: 21 : January 08, 1997 : Vira, Roxas, Isabela : Male : 5’6 : 60 kls. : Single : Filipino : Jehovah’s Witnesses : Ilocano/Bisaya

: Fernando B. Ludrita : Carmelita M. Ludrita

Educational Background Elementary School Year attended Awards/Honors Received Secondary School

Year attended Awards/Honors Received College Course

School

Year attended Awards/Honors Received

: Rizal Elementary School : 2004-2008 : None

: Heracleo Casco Memorial National High School : 2008-2012 : None

: Bachelor of Science in Information Technology : Southern Philippines Agri- Business and Marine and Aquatic School of Technology (SPAMAST) Malita Campus : 2014-2018 : None

Work Experience Agency

: COA (SPAMAST-Malita)

Inclusive Dates Position/Designation

: May 1, 2016 June 30, 2016 : On-the-Job Trainee

Agency

: HOMTECH Enterprises (Davao

Inclusive Dates

City) : January 25, 2018 March 16,

Position/Designation

Affiliation Name of Organization Position Inclusive Dates

2018

: On-the-Job Trainee

: InfoTech Society : Member : 2014-2018