Voting is a very important process in the Nigerian political system. It is one of the means and most effective method of ensuring a legitimate government through popular participation. To enthrone sound democracy and stability in the political system of the Enugu state a system of rig-free voting has to be put in place.
The system would among others discourage double voting, forgery or hoarding of electoral materials massive transfer of ballot papers destruction of ballot boxes, inflation of electron figures and unnecessary delay in pronouncement of election result. This could be achieved by an on-line voting system to remove the difficult administrative tasks of the electoral body which regulated the conduct of election in Enugu state. This basically forms the goal set to achieve in this study.
Therefore this project aims at alleviating the incidence of rigging and introduction of an organized procedure of voting which is the bane of socio-economic and political progress in Enugu state.
ORGANIZATION OF THE WORK
This work is organized into seven (7) chapters. Chapter one, discussed among other things, the introduction, states of the problems, purpose of the study, aims and objectives as well as the scope of the study. Also discussed under this chapter are the limitations of the study and finally the assumptions made.
Chapter two did a review of related literature, and this chapter was not substituted.
Chapter three gave account of the description and analysis of the existing system, the fact-finding method used the organization structure. Also the chapter discussed the objective of the existing system, input process and output analysis, information flow diagrams, problems of the existing system and finally the justification of the new system.
Chapter four gave an account of the design of the new system requirement.chapter five was based on the implementation, program design, pseudo code and program flowchart.
Chapter six is based on the documentation.
Chapter seven includes recommendation, conclusion as well as the definition of terms used.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Organization of work
1.1State of the Problem
1.2Purpose of the study
1.3Aims and objectives
1.4Scope of the study
1.5Limitation o the study
1.7Definition of terms
Review of related literature
Description and analysis of the existing
3.1Fact finding methods used
3.3Objectives of the existing system
3.4Input process and output analysis
3.5Information flow diagram
3.6Problems of the existing system
3.7Justification of the new system
Design of the new system
4.1Input specification and design
4.2Output specification and designfile design
4.5System flow chart
Recommendation and conclusion
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