Final Year Report on E-shopping

named Rupjaygri Shop
By:

Rupak Nepali

P.U. Reg. No: 2006-02-08-0013, Roll. No: #####

Jayman Tamang

P.U. Reg. No: 2006-02-08-0013, Roll. No: ####

Grishma Shah

P.U. Reg. No: 2006-02-08-0013, Roll. No: ####

Final Year Project Report

 

Submitted To:

Nobel College

Faculty of management

Pokhara University

In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of

Bachelor of Computer Information System (BCIS)

Kathmandu

November 2010

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Pokhara University

Faculty of Management

Nobel College

 

DECLARATION

 

We hereby declare that the work reported in this project work on E-shopping named Rupjaygri Shop submitted to Nobel College, Pokhara University is our original work done in the form of partial requirement for the degree of Bachelor of Computer Information System (BCIS) under the supervision of Mr. Surendra Shrestha Principal, Nobel College, and Mr. Dipesh Shrestha, Coordinator, Nobel College, Mr Sanjay Lama Project-Coordinator and Mr. Nimesh Shrestha Lecturer, Nobel College.

 

Grishma Sharma                        JaymanTamang                                 Rupak Nepali

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Faculty of Management Studies

PokharaUniversity

 

RECOMMENDATION

This is to certify that the final year report:

Submitted by:

Rupak Nepali

Jayman Tamang

Grishma Sharma

Entitled

Eshopping named Rupjaygri Shop

has been prepared as approved by this college. This internship report is forwarded for examination.

Mr. Surendra Shrestha                               Dipesh Shrestha

Principal                                                     Coordinator/Lecturer

Nobel College

Date: June 14, 2010

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Acknowledgment

This report has been prepared for the Final Year Project on topic E-shopping named Rupjaygri Shop to implement the theory in the real field with the purpose of fulfilling the requirements of the course of BCIS (Bachelor of Computer Information System).

 

The aim of this project is to make familiar to the practical aspect and uses of theoretical knowledge and clarifying the career goals, so we have successfully completed the project and compiled this report as the summary and the conclusion that we have drawn from the project.

We would like to express our sincere gratitude to our Project Coordinator Mr. Sanjay Lama who had given his valuable time and given us chance to learn something despite having his busy schedule, Principal Mr. Surendra Shrestha and Coordinator Mr. Dipesh Shrestha for their great guidelines.

Lastly, we would like to thank Mr. Nimesh Shrestha who had provided us with the guidance and his easiest MVC framework and for his encouragement, patience and expert advice and also for supplying so much invaluable information and finally special thanks go to my friends and family who have supported us throughout our project.

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Table of Contents

SNContentsPage No
a.Title Pagei
b.Declarationii
c.Recommendationiii
dAcknowledgmentiv
e.Table of Contentsv
f.List of Figuresvii
g.Executive Summaryix
h.Chapters 
  1. Introduction

1.1.   Background of the Study

1.2.   Objectives of the Study

1.3.   Limitations of the Study

1.4.   Selection Methods of Data Collection

  1. Report Body

2.1.    Introduction of the D.P Sign

2.2.    Corporate Goal of the D.P Sign

2.3.    Mission Statement of the D.P Sign

2.4.    D.P Sign™s Spirit is infused into every component

2.5.    Services

2.5.1.      Web-Based Application Design and Development

2.5.2.      Flex Printing and other printing services

2.5.3.       Custom Software Solutions

2.5.4.       Embedded Software Solutions

2.5.5.       Online Earning Training

2.6.    Engagement Models

2.6.1.       Fixed Price Turnkey Model

2.6.2.       Per Resource Model

2.6.3.       Offshore Model

2.7.    Delivery Model

2.8.    Process and Standards

2.9.    Domain Profile

2.10.                    Competitive Advantage of DP Sign

2.11.                    Physical Infrastructure

2.12.                    Organizational Hierarchy Chart

2.13.                    Number of employees

2.14.                    Introduction of Departments We have worked

2.15.                    Major Clients

2.16.                    Business Volume

2.17.                    Products Offered by DP Sign

2.18.                    Time Frame of Internship

  1. Analysis

3.1.    Strategic Business Units

3.1.1         Web Development Department Analysis

3.1.2        Online Earning Department Analysis

3.1.3        PEST Analysis

3.1.4        SWOT Analysis

4            Recommendations

5            Summary and Conclusion

6            Program Workplace Relationship

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i.Bibliography
j.Appendices 

 

List of Figures

 

SNName of FigurePage No.
Fig:2.1Organization Structure13
Fig:2.2Business volume of DP Sign19
Fig:2.3Timeframe representation in Gantt chart22

 

List of Tables

 

SNName of TablePage No.
Tab:2.1System unit and its Software11
Tab:2.2List of technology with the platform 
Tab:2.3Number of employees 
Tab:2.4Collection of Pay Per Click sites 
Tab:2.5List of major clients 
Tab:2.6Printing product of DP Sign 
Tab:2.7Web services providing by DP Sign 

ABBREVIATION USED

 

DP SignDigital Printed Sign
CRMCus­­­tomer Relation Management
ITInformation Technology
QAQuality Assurance
CMSContent Management System
SWOTStrength, Weakness, Opportunity, and Threats
PESTPolitical, Economical, Social and Technological
RFQRequest For Quotation
RFPRequest For Proposal
GISGeographic Information System
PMBOKProject Management Body of Knowledge
PMIProject Management Institute
CMMICapability Maturity Model Integration
ISOInternational Organization for Standardization
ODCOffshore Development Center
IPInternet Protocol
CVSCurrent Version Software
TFSTeam Foundation Server

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The main objective of this report is to recapitulate our Final Year Project on E-shopping named Rupjaygri Shop and to be familiar with the practical aspect of the theoretical knowledge gained in a classroom. This report is the part of final year project, required by Pokhara University in partial fulfillment for the requirement of BCIS program.

We (Rupak Nepali, Jayman Tamang, and Grishma Sharma) feel that Nepal is progressing in the ICT field thus the import and export of this country are mounting with the help of e-commerce and e-businesses. Thus, there is a need for shopping software so that people can broaden their business worldwide.

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