The difficulties students and staff of admission office usually face in any higher institution, made us to realize that computer assisted admission system is the best in processing students records in federal college of Education, Eha-Amufu Enugu. This will save our school the embarrassment caused by students complaints at the end of working day.
 Our basic objective of designing and implementing an online students admission system is the development of data base computer program that will enable the Registrar and admission officers to efficiently, accurately and effectively process and coordinate the various students activities in the institution without much differences with little time.
 In view of this, admission officers must prepare for successful working relationship with an online information processing and in addition, get their members of staff familiarized with the system for easy and effortless exercise that produce reliable output. (result) 
 This project describes how much a students admission system is developed and how in particular it can be effectively used for the day to day running of the set-up.
 For the purpose of this research we shall use data base programming language version IV. This is because Dbase IV handles a large volume of data. It is database management package which is good for students record keeping activities.


Title page -----------------ii
Certification --------------iii
Dedication------------         iv
Acknowledgement ----------v
Abstract---------------         vii
Table of content--------        viii
Introduction 1
1.1 Background of the study 1
1.2 Statement of the problem 4
1.3 Purpose of the study 5
1.4 Significance of the study 6
1.5 Scope of the study 7
2.1 literature review 8
2.2 nature of admission process 11
2.3 problems inherent from admission 15
2.4 need for (computerization) an online 17
Description and analysis of the existing system 20
3.1 Facts findings method used 21
3.2 Organizational structure 23
3.3 Objective of the existing system 25
3.4 Input, process and output analysis 25
3.5 Information flow diagram. 29
Design of the new system 30
4.1 Output specification and design 30
4.2 Input specification and design 32
4.3 Flowchart (system) / procedure chart 34
System implementation 39
5.1 Pre – conversion 39
5.2 Conversion proper 39
5.3 The parallel approach 40
Documentation 46
6.1 How to run the program in dbase iv 46
6.2 How to quit the package (dbase iv) 47  
7.1 Recommendation 48
7.2 Conclusion 49 
Reference 52 



                                                                                                                        1.0 Background of study

The background of the study is Federal College of Education Eha – Amufu. Here is the brief history about the college.
 On February 21, 1981, the then Governor of former Anambra state, Chief Jim Ifeayichukw Nwobodo, announced the first provost and Registrar of the institution. On 23rd December 1982, the Anambra state House of Assembly enacted a law retroactively establishing the college. The law cited as the “Anambra state of Nigeria law No. 28 of 1982” came into force on the 21st February 1981
 The aim of the college as set out in the law establishing it include
i. To organized, improve and develop courses of science and training carious categories of teachers.
ii. To promote research and advancement of science and learning.
iii. To serve as a center for educational research especially as applied to local conditions.
iv. To organize, improve and extend education of standard higher than secondary school level.
v. To encourage all classes and communities without any distribution to pursue liberal course of education.
After the announcement of the establishment of the college of education, Eha-Amufu by the Governor with effect from 21st February 1981 a temporary office with skeletal staff was opened at an office around the then Anambra Television (ATV) independence layout Enugu.
 On 7th August, 1981 the then Anambra state commissioner for Education and the then permanent secretary to the ministry took the newly appointed provost and Registrar to the present site of the college at Eha-Amufu, about 64km northeast of Enugu. The Enugu state capital. The site was formerly occupied by the federal government owned teacher training college (TTC) Eha-Amufu.