100+ College Project
In this project, you will develop a fingerprint-based voting application that can recognize users based on their fingerprint patterns. Since fingerprint authentication is unique for each person, the system can quickly identify the voters using their fingerprints. Naturally, a voter can vote for a candidate only once.
The Admin adds all the names and photos of the candidates nominated for the election. The Admin then authenticates users by verifying their identity proof, and after verification, the voter is registered in the system. Furthermore, the Admin even enters the data when the election will end, after which the system will automatically delete the names and photos of the candidates and voters.
This project involves the development of an Android application for viewing and managing patient data. The app is designed to help doctors to see the medical history of their patients. Doctors can also continually upgrade the system by entering the latest medical data of their patients.
This app can be installed on any Android device. Doctors can log in the app from their Android smartphones and enter relevant information about their patients, including patient name, disease history, medication administered, date of arrival, and consultation and treatment costs, among other things. Once the information is saved on the system, it will be stored for the perusal of doctors for their future cases. So, if a patient comes for a follow-up routine, doctors can immediately check up on their medical history and provide the necessary medical treatments. This is one of the popular projects for final year project ideas for IT students.
This automated payroll system doubles up as a web and Android application – while the user will use the Android interface, the Admin (usually the HR) will use the web interface.
The application works something like this – each employee is given an employee ID and password for accessing the app from their Android device. When an employee logs into the system from an Android device and immediately, the user image is captured. Then, the system sends the user image and their GPS location to the Admin.
As long as the user stays logged into the system via an Android device, the GPS location will continue to be automatically updated and forwarded to the Admin every five minutes. When the user logs out, their image and GPS location are again sent to the Admin.
This application allows Admins to keep track of employee attendance and payroll. The Admin creates employee profiles for each employee by entering all the relevant personal information (name, job position, qualification, etc.). They can also check the salary details and breakdown of the salary of each employee by entering the employee ID and date.
Since the application is GPS-enabled, no employee can add proxy attendance. This enables the HRs to keep an accurate record of working days of individual employees and tweak their payroll accordingly.
In the Cloud computing infrastructure, the sharable e-Learning platform can be proposed to provide a good learning environment for learners. Three layer architecture of the e-Learning platform is provided to facilitate the sharing, reusing learning objects and interoperability among various learning content efficiently. The middleware layer imports an indexing module and a metadata transformation module to complete metadata exchange among acknowledged e-Learning standards. Therefore, learners can make use of available learning objects without having to be affiliated with other LMS. The proposed e-Learning platform based on Cloud computing infrastructure would allow the independent LMS embedded in different e-Learning standards to share the learning objects. In short, you can say cloud computing will help huge amount of learning objects to be accessed reliably and flexibly over the Internet.