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Population census information system is at the centre of all population activities. Population census is the complete process of collecting, compiling, evaluating, analyzing and publishing demographic, economic and social data of all persons in a country or area at a specific time. To make a successful census exercise, the people for whom the arrangement has been made must properly be educate and fully informed about the arrangements.
In other words publicity, public enlightenment and education on the subject of census are unavoidable pre-conditions for a successful exercise. This duty though significant, is only additional to the National Population Commission (NPC). The commission can therefore not commit much of its resources to it, for cannot handle the assignment professionally the way the media do. This is because the most potent strategies and the technical format for effective publicity of any event belong to and remain with the media. What this suggests is that the NPC has no option but to evolve, nurture, cherish and sustain a cordial relationship between the media.
1.1 BRIEF HISTORY OF NATIONAL POPULATION COMMISSION (NPC).
The National Population Commission (NPC) has its based from Calabar from where it was called “Bureau of Population”. In 1988, it became imperative that Akwa Ibom was deed fit for it establishment. As at then, Mr. Isaac Udoukpong was the Head and as Acting Assistant Director, and as at this time, the commission office was located at No. 2 oku street in Uyo Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State.
In 1990, the name “Bureau Of Population” was changed to National Population Commission (NPC) in preparation for the 1991 National Census Exercise. After the 1991 census, Mr. N. A. Nsudu took over as the state director. The present state Director is Mr. Benjamin Isaac Nda-Obong. Mr. Francis Mosses Ekpo is the Honorable Commissioner representing Akwa Ibom Satae at the board of the commission. He works here in Akwa Ibom state and also in Abuja. Mr. Mfoniso Umoden is the head of population management while Mrs. Mercy Darnley is the comptroller in NPC Uyo L.G.A office.
In November 2012, Chief Iheama Duru was appointed the chairman of National Population Commission. She has 37 commissioners working her, one from each state of the country and F.C.T inclusive. Finally, the office of the NPC is located at No. 15 Akpan Essien Lane in Uyo L.G.A of Akwa Ibom state.
1.2 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
In ancient days, National Population Commission (NPC) usually process their data or records manually, which makes the whole work so boring, delaying and cannot keep up-to-date records or data. Storage facility was too poor and cannot give a genuine and accurate result at the end of the exercise because they will be carrying data from one place to another. There is always a tendency for NPC to lose their records and data collected during the programmed and their result cannot be accurate or reliable at the end of the exercise.
Since this has been their problems before now, there is a way out before 2016 population census begins, which is to set up a competent computer for the storage of information gathered by designing a data base system for their used. This data base system will solve their problems of saving, retrieving, and compiling, keeping up-to-date data and for easy use in case of emergency need. Finally their staff has to be train on how to operate the propose system.
1.3 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
The objective of this study is to design and implement a computer-based Information System for National population Commission that will assist in maintaining up-to-date and accurate information in the following areas:
1.4 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
Since Population census Information System is very important, especially with the proposed 2016 census that is up coming, the significance of this study is to assist in the following areas:
1.5 SCOPE AND LIMITATION OF THE STUDY
Since this topic population Census Information system is very wide, the scope of this research work is only on head counting and is within Uyo local Government Area with estimated villages under National Population Commission (NPC) uyo.
1.6 ORGANZATION OF THE STUDY
This project research is divided into five chapters: chapter one will provide the general introduction of the population census information system, statement of the problems, objectives, significance, scope/limitation of the study and definitions of terms used. Chapter two will consists of the review of the related literature. Chapter three will be system analysis and design, chapter four will be system testing and implementation. And chapter five will give the summary, recommendations and conclusion of the whole project.
1.7 DEFNITION OF TERMS USED IN THE STUDY
confusion on the use of words, the following terms is given definition.
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