Department of science and computer federal polythenic, ado ekiti. In partial fulfilment of the requirement for the award of the national diploma

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Boot:The process of loading or initializing an operating system on a computer; usually occurs as soon as a computer is turned on

  • Browser: A program used to view World Wide Web pages, such as Netscape Navigator or Internet Explorer

  • Click: Occurs when a user presses a button on a mouse which in turn, generates a command to the computer

  • Database: A large structured set of data; a file that contains numerous records that contain numerous fields

  • Double Click: Occurs when a user presses a button on the mouse twice in quick succession; this generates a command to the computer

  • Download: Transferring data from another computer to your computer

  • File: Namable unit of data storage; an element of data storage; a single sequence of bytes

  • Folder: A graphical representation used to organize a collection of computer files; as in the concept of a filing cabinet (computer's hard drive) with files (folders)

  • GUI: Graphical user interface; uses pictures and words to represent ideas, choices, functions, etc.

  • Icon: A small picture used to represent a file or program in a GUI interface

  • Memory: Any device that holds computer data

  • Peripheral: Any of a number of hardware devices connected to a CPU

  • Scroll Bar: Allows the user to control which portion of the document is visible in the window; available either horizontally or vertically or both

  • Spreadsheet: A program arranged in rows and columns that manipulates numbers

  • Tool Bar:A graphical representation of program activities; a row of icons used to perform tasks in a program

  • Window: A screen in a software program that permits the user to view several programs at one time

    Chapter four

    4.1 Conclusion

    The SIWES programme undergone at Kemade flyer computer institute company afforded me an indepth exposure to some of the practical industrial aspects of computer engineering and installation of CCTV camera. I was opportuned to have known the design and implementation of installing CCTV camera. Experience were also garnered in the software aspect such as making use of database and Microsoft word.

    Besides, knowledge and skills were acquired in computer operations like computer aided designs, fire-alarm systems, cable specifications (cat 5e&cat 6 categories) etc .The programme has been highly enlightening, beneficial, interesting and successful. The objective of which the scheme was undergone was however achieved.

    4.2 Recommendation

    Considering the benefits of engaging in the SIWES, I recommend an active participation in the exercise by all students who are due for it.

    Also, I wish to recommend the following to the firm who truly want to assist students during the training period:

    1. Payment of monthly allowance for students y reduce financial difficulties that will arise during the training.

    2. They should help in placing students in various industrial to make the program commence on the due date.

    3. Correction of the wrong number and weong location written inside the hand book to make it easier for students to located the nearest ITF Office Area.

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