Online access to CHMSC-FT thesis, project papers, feasibility studies, etc.

Acc Title Author Subject ©Year Abstract
242 Lemongrass essential oil and hydrosol production and distribution Anniversario, Emmanuel, et. al. Feasibility Study 2014 No Abstract
260 Loading and scheduling management system Pavillar, Oliver D., et. al. Capstone Project 2014   

261 Bacolod south homes corporation mapping system Villaruel, Celso Jr. III A., et. al. Capstone Project 2014  

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The purpose of this study is to help the Bacolod South Homes Corporation solve their problems with regards to the current manual process of their daily business operation. At present the corporation uses manual process of transacting their clients. In order to make sales of house and lot, the corporation has to assign agents or broker campaign, advertise, or to make sales of the property of the Bacolod South  Homes. Aside from that, the monitoring of available lots in very slow, sometimes inaccurate and the record keeping is not efficient nor updated.

To solve their problem, the researchers proposed a system to replace the traditional one. Their system is the automation of their business operation. This computerized system will keep records of available lots faster and accurate, will improve tracking and monitoring of reserved lots, will provide mapping system for easy access to information like prices of land, and house design, and will create a website that will improve the company’s advertising tool in real estate business.

The researcher employed the descriptive method of research. Data were gathered using questionnaire and interviews. The data gathered were related to sales and reservation of lots of the real estate.

Result of the findings revealed that the system is feasible and it can be adopted by Bacolod South Homes Corporation. It has a weighted mean of 4.54 interpreted as very high. This mapping system will help the company address the old problem which has been unresolved because of the use of manual process. There is a need  to innovate and change its current practices to make their business competitive and efficient.

264 Chmsc-ft IS Quiz management system Dorimon, Mary Cris, et. al. Capstone Project 2014  

266 Alumni portal of carlos hilado memorial state college fortune towne campus Jimenez, Mary Grace V., et. al. Capstone Project 2014  

267 Bacolod city prosecutors’ office record management system Donesa, Ana Joy, et. al. Capstone Project 2014  

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This proposed system is designed for the Bacolod City Prosecutor`s Office. After a thorough investigation and gathering of data, the researchers have cited some problems of the BCPO such as, the delay to update the status of respondents or accused filed in court whether the case is terminated, dismissed, or ongoing/pending; manual filing of hardcopies in the filing cabinet; lost of data due to lack of security of documents; and unorganized filing. This study provides Record Management System for BCPO. This provides an automated database recording process to maintain and keep data of filed cases. This allows users to update and modify data, secure files in the database, minimize the delay to research records of every criminal case and provide an authorized privacy and security of the records of each complaint and accused. The RMS manages a number of data. It gives accurate statistics of cases, and provides a precise flow of records in the system. the researchers have gathered information through an interview and produced a wide list of functionality that the system can offer to solve the problem of BCPO. The researchers use the Waterfall Model that is essential to the Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) which contains important stages that flow from one state to another, all of which are very essential to developers. In this study, the researchers conclude that the proposed Bacolod City Prosecutor`s Record Management System (BCPORMS) can Improve the data management system of the office and can give high support to the employees I handling number of cases. After a thorough analysis and evaluation of data it resulted that the system is feasible to be used for BCPO. The researchers recommended that the BCPO should adopt and implement the new system.

268 Bacolod city procecutors’ office record management system Donesa, Ana Joy, et. al. Capstone Project 2014  

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This proposed system is designed for the Bacolod City Prosecutor`s Office. After a thorough investigation and gathering of data, the researchers have cited some problems of the BCPO such as, the delay to update the status of respondents or accused filed in court whether the case is terminated, dismissed, or ongoing/pending; manual filing of hardcopies in the filing cabinet; lost of data due to lack of security of documents; and unorganized filing. This study provides Record Management System for BCPO. This provides an automated database recording process to maintain and keep data of filed cases. This allows users to update and modify data, secure files in the database, minimize the delay to research records of every criminal case and provide an authorized privacy and security of the records of each complaint and accused. The RMS manages a number of data. It gives accurate statistics of cases, and provides a precise flow of records in the system. the researchers have gathered information through an interview and produced a wide list of functionality that the system can offer to solve the problem of BCPO. The researchers use the Waterfall Model that is essential to the Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) which contains important stages that flow from one state to another, all of which are very essential to developers. In this study, the researchers conclude that the proposed Bacolod City Prosecutor`s Record Management System (BCPORMS) can Improve the data management system of the office and can give high support to the employees I handling number of cases. After a thorough analysis and evaluation of data it resulted that the system is feasible to be used for BCPO. The researchers recommended that the BCPO should adopt and implement the new system.

269 The coca-cola vehicle monitoring system Esto, Johnnery F., et. al. Capstone Project 2014
307 Carlos hilado memorial state college fortune towne campus faculty loading and scheduling management system Pavillar, Oliver D., et. al. Capstone Project 2014  

312 Production and distribution of organic polvoron Espinosa, Roberto, et. al. Feasibility Study 2014 No Abstract
313 Production and distribution of sweet potato leaf tea Benguis, Mary Grace S., et. al. Feasibility Study 2014 No Abstract
314 Production and distribution of squash mammom Balitausan, Joantonette P., et. al. Feasibility Study 2014 No Abstract
315 Production and distribution of crouton bread Articulo, Auralee A., et. al. Feasibility Study 2014 No Abstract
316 Establishing a business on fruit and vegetable pizza stand Apatan, Jonas Q., et. al. Feasibility Study 2014 No Abstract
317 Establishing a fruit piaya stand business Agonace, Geraldine, et. al. Feasibility Study 2014 No Abstract
318 Establishing a mushroom burger stand business Balaso, Lerlie Joy, et. al. Feasibility Study 2014 No Abstract
319 Production and distribution of moringa (malunggay) coffee and tea Baldonebro, July T., et. al. Feasibility Study 2014 No Abstract
320 Production and distribution of organic vegetable cookies Lim, Jamaica Mae, et. al. Feasibility Study 2014 No Abstract
321 Production and distribution of tomato mango jam Betio, Jocer B., et. al. Feasibility Study 2014 No Abstract
322 Production and distribution of tilapia tocino Arsenal, Marnel Fame R., et. al. Feasibility Study 2014 No Abstract
241 Police incident record system Trangia, Angelo P., et. al. Capstone Project 2013  

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Police organizations collect and store vast amount of information. Traditionally, this information resides on sheets of paper and stored in a file cabinets. Today, some police agencies have made improvements in their capacity to collect and store large amounts of data, but most of them made little progress in using it. Other countries have implemented management information systems to record, store, and access reported operations and management represents an important challenge for police organizations. This technology is in great potential for improving police data management. The system will limit only to Bacolod city police stations. In the interview conducted to the Bacolod city police and police stations, the proponents have identified problems such as delay in transmitting data to the main office, manually filing up of forms, no enough security to the files, and the files are susceptible to be tamper, damage of loss. The proponents suggested possible solutions with use of police incident record system. The transaction process will become faster, easier, more secured and will give improvement to the work of our police officers. The Police Incident Record System (PIRS) will answer the inadequate security access and file storage of confidential files by creating an access and only preferred IP address of 10 Police Station in Bacolod City can enter the system. The proposed system will automate the manual filing of incident record from in which difficult to understand and time consuming. The system will create one database to answer the manual consolidation of all records, and add new incident record from the citizen`s complaint, provide an easy access to police officers information and accounts, monitor system log ins and can banned unauthorized account access. Additional system features is to automate the manual process of generating statistics of Crime Register of BCPO. This will benefit the  BCPO, the police officers, citizens or complainant, the researchers and the future researchers.

243 Production and marketing of charcoal briquette in bacolod city Alota, Remedios P., et. al. Feasibility Study 2013 No Abstract
244 Establishing an organic food stand business in bacolod city Blanza, Hanie Fe B., et. al. Feasibility Study 2013 No Abstract
245 Establishing an organic vegetable farming in barangay minoyan, murcia Claridad, Mary Joy T., et. al. Feasibility Study 2013 No Abstract
246 FM root crops production Chua, Jean Grey J., et. al. Feasibility Study 2013 No Abstract
247 Mushroom production at Brgy. Taculing, Bacolod City Aries, Jackyline S., et. al. Feasibility Study 2013 No Abstract
248 Establishing an organic vegetables shake stand in bacolod city Asparin, Elizabeth L. Feasibility Study 2013 No Abstract
249 A feasibility study on production and marketing of organic fertilizer in bacolod city Adlong, Rene N. Feasibility Study 2013 No Abstract
294 Multiplier force detective and security agency online job application Deocarez, Jessele, et. al. Capstone Project 2013  

298 Interactive preschool online tutorial Buslon, Rezel P., et. al. Capstone Project 2013  

301 Edna uberas meat shop cashiering and inventory system Patalita, Elmer P., et. al. Capstone Project 2013  

302 Loaning system of united motoliance networking corporation using visual basic 6 and microsoft access Dazo, Ronnie L., et. al. Capstone Project 2013 No Abstract
185 G & C taxi car rental system Espanilla, Moisa A., et. al. Capstone Project 2012  

186 Alimon Merchandising retail point of sale and inventory systems Celis, Chinky L., et. al. Capstone Project 2012  

187 Carlos Hilado Memorial State College student information and record system Moguies, Lincoln Eman I., et. al. Capstone Project 2012  

188 Establishing an online grocery store Abuyon, Kim, et. al Feasibility Study 2012 No Abstract
189 Establishing pre-school in Camelot Village Badoy, Jean T. et. al Feasibility Study 2012 No Abstract
190 Establishing Bong Bong’s Piaya Pasalubong Center in La Carlota City Anoba, Benhur et. al. Feasibility Study 2012 No Abstract
191 Establishing a sewerage service business in Bacolod City Arsaga, Ladylyn N., et. al Feasibility Study 2012 No Abstract
192 Banana production and distribution Alvior, Leah C., et. al. Feasibility Study 2012 No Abstract
193 Development of computerized account receivable system Aguilar, Jeanan Rose, et. al. Feasibility Study 2012 No Abstract
194 Establishing a mobile café in Bacolod City Balinas, Michael B., et. al. Feasibility Study 2012 No Abstract
195 Establishing pork tocino production and retailing in Bacolod City Baroquillo, Jean A., et. al. Feasibility Study 2012 No Abstract
196 Establishing a speech training center in Bacolod City Apawan, Rynie S., et. al. Feasibility Study 2012 No Abstract
197 Establishing a manpower agency in New City Mall, Dela Rama Building, Bacolod City Casilagan, Joely Be, et. al. Feasibility Study 2012 No Abstract
198 Establishing a musical instrument for rent business in Locsin Street, Bacolod City Ausente, Zayde, et. al. Feasibility Study 2012 No Abstract
217 Decision-making style of female managers in private & public sectors in bacolod city Debolgado, Alyssa Marie G., et. al. Thesis 2012 No Abstract
218 Managerial role of women in two competing fast food industries in bacolod city Pabalinas, Jinky G., et. al. Thesis 2012  

219 Work stress & job performance among government employees: baseline for human resource Bayon-on, Solzairyl T., et. al. Thesis 2012  

220 Organizational culture & self-efficacy of lopue’s san sebastian regular employees Barrios, Gielyn, et. al. Thesis 2012  

222 Manager’s attitudes & Ttheir influence on employee performance towards marketing strategy in leylam shawarma Asparin, Elizabeth, et. al. Thesis 2012  

223 English proficiency of freshmen students of carlos hilado memorial state college fortune towne campus Claridad, Mary Joy, et. al. Thesis 2012
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This study was conducted to determine the level of english proficiency of freshmen students of Carlos Hilado Memorial State College-Fortune Towne Campus and if there is a difference in the level of English proficiency of the respondents when they were grouped according to their course, type of school anf final high school grade in English.

Descriptive research design was used in this study. This type of research describes a given affairs of different variables. The respondets of this study will be the selected freshmen students of this college. By using the transparent language test the researcher measured how proficient the freshmen student in English language. Mean and standard deviation was used to determine the level of English Proficiency, Independent sample T- test was used to detemine the level of English Proficiency according to the mentioned variables.

The result of the study showed that the level of English Proficiency of fresmen students was average and it was concluded the freshmen students has enough trainings and lecture in English instruction. Their English Language Proficiency did not vary in terms of the typr of school they came from and it is also concluded that nowadays, instructions from public schools was competent like from private school to meet the demend globally. However, significant difference was noted on the level of English Language Proficiency of freshmen students when grouped according to course and high school final grade in English.

224 Degree of importance of employee retention factors in relation to organizational culture & personal satisfaction in selected auditing firm in bacolod city Anjao, Rowena J., et. al. Thesis 2012
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The retention of employee has been shown to be momenteous to the development and accomplishment of the organization’s goals and objectives. This study aims to determine the profile of the employee in selected auditing firm in Bacolod City. The degree of benefits importance as to age, gender, length of service, and the firm they belong, the degree of strategy importance as to age, gender, legth of service, ant the firm they belong, the level of organizational culture when grouped according to age, gender, leght of service and firm they belong, the level of personal satisfaction when grouped according to age, gender, leght of service and firm belong, there are significant relationship in the degree of benefit importance between organitional culture and personal satisfaction and there a significant relationship in the degree of strategy importance between organizational culture and personal satisfaction. The study uses a Descriptive Method. The survey instruments used was adapted from the previous study and was administered to forty-one (41) Certified Public Accountants worked as auditors.

The result of the study shows the degree of benefits importance as to organizational culture and personal satisfaction is very high when group as a whole and according to age, gender, leght of service and the firm they belong, the degree strategy importance as to organizational culture and personal satisfaction is very high when group as a whole and according to age, gender, leght of service and the firm they belong, the level of organizational culture place by the auditing firm complements to every employees regardless of age, gender, leght of service and the level of personal satisfaction place by the firm is rated as very satisfied regardless of age, gender, and the leght of service, there is a significant relationship in the degree of benefit importance between  organitional culture and personal satisfaction when group according to the mean range and there is a significant relationship in the degree of strategy importance between organizational culture and personal satisfaction when group according to the mean range.

225 Conflict resolution styles of managers in selected & restaurants in bacolod city Barbosa, Ma. Neda L. Thesis 2012 No Abstract
226 Managerial attributes & effectiveness of pizza store managers in Bacolod City Sarsalijo, Ana Liza V., et. al. Thesis 2012
227 Employment equity of female workers in a male dominated firm Abraham, Jane A., et. al. Thesis 2012
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Each individual must be given fair treatment and oppurtunities at work regardless of their gender, an aspect of employment equity. This study was conducted to determine the level of fairness among female workers in a men a dominated workplace. To understand more regarding employment equity, the study aimed to answer the problem as to what is the level of employment equity among female workers in Binalbagan-Isabela Sugar Company BISCOM Inc., when taken as a whole and grouped according to age, department, job classification and salary.

This study used descriptive research design. This was conducted at BISCOM Inc., located in the Municipality of Binalbagan, Negros Occidental. The respondents of this study are the female workers of BISCOM. An adapted instrument was used to gather relevant information about the study; the instrument was revised and had undergone process of content validation from the experts in the field of research. The sampling technique used was purposive sampling; it is a non-probability sampling which decisions concerning individual processing data. The statistical tools used are T-test and One-Way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) method.

The result of the study shows that there is high level employment equity among female workers in BASCOM, a man dominated workplace. Also no significant differences in the level of equity were noted when female workers are grouped according to age, department, salary and length of service. While as to job classification significant difference were noted. It is therefore recommended that BISCOM Inc. should continue the practice of implementing fairness and equity in the workplace regardless of gender.

228 Budgetary participation, affective commitment and managerial performance of carlos hilado memorial state collge fund managers Vasquez, Carmina, et. al. Thesis 2012
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The relationship among budgetary participation, affective commitment and managerial performance was investigated by getting the total population. Thirthy nine (39) CHMSC fund managers participated. Adopted instruments were used in the study, budgetary participation was adopted from Milani (1975) and effective commitment was adopted from Mowday et. al., (1979), managerial performance was adopted from Mahoney, Jerdee and Caroll (1963,1965). It determined the significant difference of the

Phenomena under study when fund managers were grouped according to variables and determined significant relationship among the mentioned phenomena. Mean score and standard deviation were used to measure the level of the phenomena as a whole and according to selected variables. T-test and One Way Analysis Of Variance (ANOVA) was used to ascertained significant differences on each phenomenon’s variables. Pearson are was employed to determine significant realationship among the phenomena. The level of budgetary participation obtained to generally high level. The level of affective commitment obtained to be generally a very high level. The level of managerial performance obtained to be generally high level. Significant difference on the  level of budgetary participation exists only when fund manager is grouped as to age. No significant difference exists on the level of budgetary participation when fund managers are grouped as to sex and tenure. No significant difference exists on the level  of affective commitment and managerial performance on all varibale. Lastly, significant relationship is indicated between budgetary participation and affective commitment, budgetary participation and managerial performance. No significant relationship exists between affective commitment and managerial performance.

229 Perception on economic contribution of sidewalk vendors of barangay estefania, bacolod city Donasco, Frances Jen B., et. al. Thesis 2012
230 Factors that influence franchisees in buying  an established franchised in the city of bacolod Aries, Jackyline S., et. al. Thesis 2012
231 Management styles in relation to job performance & satisfaction of hall of justice employees Aniversario, Emmanuel, et. el. Thesis 2012
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This particular study will be conducted to determine the level of management styles towards the job satisfaction and performance of Hall of Justice’ employees. The respondents of this study will be the employees of every branch in Hall of Justice which are the RTC or the Regional Court and MTCC or the Municipal Trial Court in Cities. Only five employees will be use as the respondents in every 14 branches of RTC and in every 7 branches of MTCC, therefore, total of 105 respondents will be use in this study. Means and standard deviation will be use to determine the level of management styles to job satisfaction and performance. T-test will be use to determine if there is the significant differences in the level of management styles, job satisfaction and job performance while. Bivariate correlations will be use to determine the relationship of management styles, job satisfaction and job performance using the Pearson R as the coefficient.

The result of the investigation revealed that employees of both branches made high interpretations towards the level of Management Styles used by their Head Officers. Employees were agreeing also to the level of job satisfaction and their performance was able to make very satisfactory to their Branch Head Officers. It was found out also that there is a distinction on the Management Styles particularly in Participative Styles between the two branches the same as through in terms in the level of job satisfaction while there are no differences when it comes to job performance between the two branches. There is relationship between Management Styles and Job Satisfaction.

232 Level of influence of advertisments in buying preferences of consumers on selected product line Benito, Jessica, et. al. Thesis 2012
233 Exit intensions of call center employess in relation to job stress Alota, Remedios, et. al. Thesis 2012
234 Establishing a mouse click mobile net café providers in corner Osmenia Avenue, Roxas St., Brgy. 5, Victorias City Aquino, Mary Rose, et. al. Feasibility Study 2012 No Abstract
235 Establishing an agrivet center Casio, Jeffrey, et. al. Thesis 2012 No Abstract
236 General merchandising & recapping services Barbosa, Ma. Neda L., et. al. Feasibility Study 2012 No Abstract
237 Establishing a comedy bar in bacolod city Salomes, Carla D., et. al. Feasibility Study 2012 No Abstract
238 Mix n’ blend resto bar Cuenca, Charmaine L., et. al. Feasibility Study 2012 No Abstract
239 Establishing an express take-out food counter in southbound terminal, bacolod city Anjao, Rowena J., et. al. Feasibility Study 2012 No Abstract
271 Carlos hilado memorial state college fortune towne campus faculty loading and scheduling system Canson, Joenaleth C., et. al. Capstone Project 2012
273 Godfrey enterprises point of sale and inventory system Pacino, Ma. Jennifer P., et. al. Capstone Project 2012
276 Carlos hilado memorial state college fortune towne campus electronic medical record system Diana, Celeste, et. al. Capstone Project 2012
277 JF. Bantilan and associates accounting system Dolorfino, Rene Erick D., et. al. Capstone Project 2012
278 JJL Pacific express incorporation online tracking and inventory system Antoque, Johnry Mae, et. al. Capstone Project 2012
281 NAPDEL pawnshop and jewelry loans receivable and auditing system Desquitado, Mariel R., et. al. Capstone Project 2012
282 Eslayer-dental records system Alquiza, Arjane, et. al. Capstone Project 2012
283 Eslayer-dental record system Alquiza, Arjane, et. al. Capstone Project 2012
285 Scola guadalupana an interactive preschool tutorial system Capanas, Mary Grace F., et. al. Capstone Project 2012
287 Bio energetic alternative health multi-purpose cooperative automated loan system Escala, Christian Rey, et. al. Capstone Project 2012
289 Kau kau hawaiian grill point of sales system Salvallon, Jannine S., et. al. Capstone Project 2012
290 Intergrated library system: carlos hilado memorial state college – fortune towne campus Coronado, Ludelyn T., et. al. Capstone Project 2012
291 Integrated library system: carlos hilado memorial state college – fortune towne campus Coronado, Ludelyn T., et. al. Capstone Project 2012
292 Automated property management inventory system Calago, Regie D., et. al. Capstone Project 2012
296 Powerhouse distributor, incorporated pos digital accounting system Donguines, Brenden, et. al. Capstone Project 2012
306 BR chua enterprises inc. online shopping cart Baritos, Julie O., et. al. Capstone Project 2012
308 Mansilingan agro-industrial high school online students’ permanent record Amante, Eden A., et. al. Capstone Project 2012
309 Alimon merchandising rentail point of sale and inventory systems Celis, Chinky L., et. al. Capstone Project 2012
311 JB bantilan and associates accounting system Dolorfino, Rene Erick D., et. al. Capstone Project 2012
162 Charito Heights Subdivision accounting receivable system Acostan, Christine, et. al. Capstone Project 2011
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Population growth has presented serious effects in the structure of community in which people live. Similarly, unexpected physical developments are happpening to such environment. Combining the two ideas would sure make urbanization to be inevitable, a well planned, operated, maintained and designed urban infrastructure will provide efficiency and comfort not just for its residents but also for the people making business out of such. One major concern in city survival is the management of real estates. Indeed, it is essential for Realty Enterprises.

For years, several property managers consider manual work in which they are aware of committing errors and omissions in their business processes. Yes, it would be time consuming. It is not therefore just frustrating to tenants but it can also be costly in the part of the management. Some of business opportunities will sure be put at risk. However innovation has led to various changes, most to mention improvements, in the lives of people. Several institutions learned the value of using statistics and computer in the methods of decision making for the past 10 years. As of today, there are available software rights which will be of advantage towards their competition in the world market. Now some real estate establishments are welcoming these changes training their personnel to undergo in the process which will easily and quickly be use to their transactions. More likely, it would appear that through academic researches made, real estate data can be of use for over a long period of time. Information Technology Departments then in the real estate management field created a solution. A system that will be an option to create proprietary value, to be a real match metadata-driven strategy which will upgrade the interaction between developers as to its end users that will shorten the rather long business cycle.
This system, as concluded, shall ne termed Accounts Receivable System suitable to automate business.

163 Bacolod city police office management information systems Gagante, Reagan, et. al. Capstone Project 2011
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This thesis project study sought to design, construct and test the functionality of an Automated Bacolod City Police Office Management Information Systems, the amount of information that police officers come into contact with in the course of their work is outstanding. The purpose of this paper is to link police knowledge to information systems. First, knowledge in police work is discussed within the framework of the stages of growth model for knowledge management technology.

Police organizations collect and store a vast amount of information. Traditionally, this information resided on sheets of paper stored in file cabinets. Today, police organizations are being transformed by the information age. Most have implemented management information systems (MIS) to record, store, access, and analyze data on calls-for-service from citizens, the nature of the police response to these calls, reported crimes, arrests, gun permits, motor vehicle stops, and many other types of data. Some agencies maintain centralized control over access to information, while others have adopted integrated management systems that can  be accessed by law enforcement officials at any level (from patrol officer to chief). This "all access" approach allows employees with different needs to access the data without having to wait or file a formal request. Some agencies store and access data electronically, but do not use it as a means for improving the organization. Others use data as a tool to improve management and operations.

While most large police agencies today have made enormous improvements in their capacity to collect and store large amounts of data, many have made little progress in using the data they collect. Developing the ability to use data for improving operations and management represents an important challenge for police organizations today. This section introduces some of the information technologies used by police and discusses their potential for improving police management.

164 Computerized enrolment system of Barangay Singcang Airport National High School Jamero, Mark Jon, et. al. Capstone Project 2011
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Enrolment serves as a vital part in life of every student upon entering schools or univesities, either public or in private. It gives students the impression on how the whole institute manages and manipulates the entire body. Moreover, enrolment serves as the first experience of all students by which he/she takes part either individually or the with company of a parent or some relatives.

Enrolment is considered as the first step or pocedure that must be done by old students within a particular institute before the semester per school year totally starts, but for those freshmen, or first year students (new students), they are obliged to usually take an admission test, to know and assess them the right course to engage to followed by a scheduled interview in order to give them brief instructions and information about certain issues with regarded to the school’s policies, institutional programs as well as personal information.

The purpose of this study is to fulfill a better system that will serve as a more reliable tool in registering and enrolling students in an institute. The study is to show the advantages and disadvantages that arise in the computerized enrollement system. The study is to show the innovation of registration and enrollment systems.

This study intends to develop an enrolment system for BSANHS. The proposed system is generated towards the enhancement of school procedures in relation to the enrollement process and is expected to lessen the time and effort exerted by the students as well as those personnel in charge of the said proocess.

The proponents apply the SDLC technique to arrive at the defined objectives. During the phrase of the study, the researchers realized the need for the campus and to encourage the information technology department. This will take part in putting up a systematic flow in all areas not only in the enrolment process.

165 Alunan electronic dental record system Henanda, Ma. Carnet, et. al. Capstone Project 2011
166 Barangay Estefania operation system Toledano, Lacelee, et. al. Capstone Project 2011
167 Manlapao and Manlapao law office case record monitoring system Perante, John Lyndon M., et. al. Capstone Project 2011
169 H. Lhuillier automated DTR and payroll system Flores, Jennifer Q., et. al. Capstone Project 2011
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This project is entitled Henry Lhuillier Automated DTR and Payroll System, which is a fingerprint Timekeeping System integrated into the Payroll System.

One of the essential business processes that could be automated is the timekeeping of employees. This process is important because it reflects the total hours that the employee has worked, which in turn affects the amount of salary that the employee would receive. The timekeeping process directly affects the payroll system of the business.

A biometric is a unique and measurable characteristic of a human being that can be used to recognize or varify his identity. A fingerprint is a form of biometric. Fingerprints are unique to each individual, and they form a complex enough pattern to give a reliable way to varify the identity of an individual.

A biometric is the most secure and convenient identification device that is available. There may be other devices that can be used to identify a person digitally, like PIN codes, passwords, or swipe cards. These devices however, can be duplicated.

Biometrics is something that cannot be easily duplicated. It does not depend on remembering a combination of letters and numbers or possessing an identification card. Biometrics, simply defined, is something that you are. Nothing is really more convenient than that.

Therefore, we recommend H. Lhuillier to adapt our proposed timekeeping and Payroll System which will allow the company to automically compute for the wages of its empoyees and minimize the time spent on manual labor. This will enhance the productivity of the company since the computation of the wages will now be streamlined.

170 Blue Basket Bread and Pastries point of sale inventory system Cahilig, Alvin Y., et. al. Capstone Project 2011
171 Estefania Elementary School student information system Calago, Grace D., et. al. Capstone Project 2011
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This study was conducted to help the Estefania Elementary School convert their manual system into a computerized one. This is very important to the institution in order for them to have an easy way of tracking student’s record. Student Tracking Information System (STIS) is created to allow both the institution and the  student access the information needed for future use. This student tracking system provides many benefits over the traditional pens and paper log books. The system helps the school by implementing this tracking system. The focus of this is to improve the methods that the school uses to organize the record of all students enrolled and to reduce the redundant data. The workflow will be manageable and easy to understand.

The system includes tracking child’s profile, educational background, health and nutrition profile, major accidents, absenteeism and drop out profile. This is to know whether the student is legally enrolled in the institution.

The system will provide the easy way to track students where number of papers works is eliminated. Based on the means that almost of the schools uses computerized system, it is shown that it can lessen the time and effort for both. In terms of the data gathered, the information of the child to be recorded will be simplified.

The grades of the child will be computed at the end and this serve as the general average from first grading to fourth grading. In the health and nutrition profile, his nutritional status will be recorded according to his sickness encountered in the whole semester and this will be updated. His absenteeism will be also recorded.

172 Bounty Security Agency and General Services payroll system Cabalida, Liezl A., et. al. Capstone Project 2011
173 Domingo Lacson library management system Alib, Archie G., et. al. Capstone Project 2011
174 CHMSC-ROTC online information system Narania, Bretchell T. Capstone Project 2011
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The Philippine Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) is a military program for college students in the Philippines. Is intended to train students to prepare for national defense, and includes problem solving, military discipline, systematic planning, proper ethics, and leadership skills. In 2001, under the Philippine Republic Act No. 9163, ROTC was incorporated into the National Service Training Program (NSTP), which allowed students to choose to undergo training for civic service other than the ROTC. Under the NSTP, college students are required to choose and complete at least on of its three components to be able to graduate. They may choose ROTC program, which provides military training; Literacy Training Service, which provides training on teaching basic reading and math; Civic Welfare Training Service, which involves students in activities contributing to community welfare, such as caring for the environment, public safety, health, sports, and entrepreneurship. As an institution of learning, it is required for Carlos Hilado Memorial State Collge to provide the students the National Service Training Program.

This study is about the difficulties in storing and retrieving of data in Carlos Hilado Memorial State College- ROTC unit. Reasons for the difficulties were determined in order to serve as a basis for plan of action.

The Carlos Hilado Memorial State College- ROTC Unit Online Information System is a system in which information was being encoded and stored in the database by the administrator. Anybody can visit the website and view some information being posted except that information that is confidential. Only the authorized user can visit or view the confidential information.

175 Happy Tots enrollment system Llena III, Giovanni M. Capstone Project 2011 No Abstract
176 Naza Hardware sales, inventory, and accounting system Sta. Maria, Luis S. Capstone Project 2011
177 Establishing a cybercafe in Zone 1, Barangay Handumanan, Bacolod City Acas, Rosebely, et. al. Feasibility Study 2011 No Abstract
178 Fish marketing in Bacolod City Alumbro, Nelle Joy F., et. al. Feasibility Study 2011 No Abstract
179 Establishing a funeral service at Filipina Baybay Street, Barangay Zone 7 Talisay City Dasamparado, Joey, et. al. Feasibility Study 2011 No Abstract
180 Moving food truck business in Bacolod City Arsenio, Gretchen D., et. al. Feasibility Study 2011 No Abstract
181 Establishing a refreshment stall in north terminal Barangay Bata, Bacolod City Banjao, Ellen Grace F., et. al. Feasibility Study 2011 No Abstract
182 Photocopying and printing service copier in Carlos Hilado Memorial State College, Fortune Towne Branch, Bacolod City Anjao, Jessa Mae I., et. al. Feasibility Study 2011 No Abstract
183 Establishing an online shopping business Abdullah, Haironezza E., et. al. Feasibility Study 2011 No Abstract
184 Establishing a food house business in Victorias City Amando, Alfie M., et. al. Feasibility Study 2011 No Abstract
206 Supervisor’s motivation among selected government agencies in bacolod city Alvior, Leah C., et. al. Thesis 2011 No Abstract
207 Teacher’s effectiveness for instructional delivery enhancement Anoba, Benhur B. Thesis 2011
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Elements of good teaching and ways to master effective teaching techniques are examined, drawing on direct observation, the literature, and student accounts of outstanding professors. The dramatic and interpersonal aspects of teaching and the skills and artistry of achieving excellence in teaching are recurrent themes. Descriptions of notable college teachers are provided, and the classroom is examined as an arena in which students and teachers attempt to meet basic psychological needs and reveal their personalities. Among subjects addressed are obtaining feedback from students and motiviting students to assume classroom leadership, along with fostering personal relationships with students. Attention is also directed to speech, movement, and suspense in the classroom; selecting and organizing material for the lecture; enhancing learning through classroom discussion; planning course content to maximize interest; integrating learning in and out of the classroom; evaluating student performance through testing and grading; evaluating teacher effectiveness, the most important factor for scholls in improving student achievement–is not measured, recoder, or used to inform decision making in any meaningful way. In general, schools ae indifferent to instructional affectiveness, except when it comes time to remove a teacher. Better evaluation systems may offer a partial solution, but they will not overcome a culture of indifference to classroom effectiveness. Improve evaluation will not only benefits students by driving the systemetic improvement and growth of their teachers, but teachers themselves, by at last treating them as professionals, not parts.

208 Resort services in bacolod city: basis for tourism development plan Arsaga, Ladylyn N. Thesis 2011  

209 Socio economic profile of purok pag-asa, brgy. estefania, bacolod city proposed extension program intervention Aguilar, Jeanan Rose, et. al. Thesis 2011
210 Assessment of multiple intelligences among students in CHMSC-fortune towne campus Asuntie, Zaydie T. Thesis 2011
211 Assessment of job satisfaction in relation to job performance among department store employees Abuyon, Kim D., et. al. Thesis 2011  

212 Written english language proficiency for CHMSC third year B.S. business administration management accounting students Cabarles, Marianne, et. al. Thesis 2011  

213 Desirability of stock option plan among coca-cola company employees Sayson, Erica Fretz A., et. al. Thesis 2011  

214 Compliance on the civil service rules & regualtions in the city government of bacolod city Baroquillio, Jean A., et. al. Thesis 2011  

215 The effect of "gabi-gabi" (dieffenbachia) extract to cockroaches Badoy, Jean T., et. al. Thesis 2011   

216 The degree of asseement of waste management of san miguel corporation- bacolod city: as perceived by the neighboring residents Gentica, Laura Jane I., et. al. Thesis 2011    

221 Organizational behavior: basis for human resource development program Apawan, Rynie, et. al. Thesis 2011
257 Chemical alloy sales and inventory system Motin, Jacqueline A., et. al. Capstone Project 2011   

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This project aimed to develop an automated Sales and Inventory for Chemical Alloy Corporation Bacolod Branch. This system can be used to store the details of the inventory, update the inventory based on the sale details, produce receipts for sales, generates sales and inventory report periodically and etc. This is one integrated system that contains both the user components used by salesperson, sales manager`s inventory managers, etc. and the admin components used by the administrators for the performing admin level functions such as adding new adding new items to the inventory, changing the price of an item etc.

Every form of the Sales and Inventory System has new save, update, insert and close buttons. The Sales and Inventory System has log-in form to guarantee the security of the system. It has MDI form that has all the needed menus in all transactions. The Sale`s Order form is for the customer`s order. The Purchase Order is used by the company to purchase items to the supplier to replenish the company`s stock. The Charge Sales Invoice release by the company to its customers. The Delivery Receipt is use when the time products are delivered to the customer. The Customer`s Maintenance is for the time the customer is paid. Stock Card is where the company`s products are recorded and to be able to the company to know what are the products are being sold. Customers Ledger is the company`s record of payments of the clients. These forms are the features of the Sales and Inventory System that is being used by the company in their transactions to its customers and supplier.

136 Uniwide pest control accounting system Sison, Jenny G., et. al. Capstone Project 2010 No Abstract
139 Saint Rafael Development Corporation- Celine Homes water billing system Viscaya, Mia, et. al. Capstone Project 2010 No Abstract
144 Philippine Phosphate Fertilizer Corporation sales and inventory system Tanio, Sheirra, et. al. Capstone Project 2010 No Abstract
145 Botica Causing point-of-sale and inventory system Mondido, Willy Mac Gian, et. al. Capstone Project 2010 No Abstract
150 D’ Bakers Bakery point-of-sale and inventory system Cabiles, Mark Albert, et. al. Capstone Project 2010 No Abstract
151 Yuri Trading point of sales system and inventory system Gamilla, Michelle, G., et. al. Capstone Project 2010 No Abstract
153 Yuri Trading points of sales system and inventory system Gamilla, Michelle G., et. al. Capstone Project 2010 No Abstract
154 Golden SJ Marketing point-of-sale system and inventory system Salla, Daylin T., et. al. Capstone Project 2010 No Abstract
155 Golden SJ Marketing point-of-sale and inventory system Salla, Daylin T., et. al. Capstone Project 2010 No Abstract
158 Point-of-sale and inventory system of JAGG Enterprises Lumogdang, Albert, et. al. Capstone Project 2010 No Abstract
160 Domingo Lacson National High School students account monitoring system Concepcion, Romel, et. al. Capstone Project 2010 No Abstract
205 Establishing an eatery business Abellar, Ann Marlin, et. al. Feasibility Study 2010 No Abstract
240 Establishing a laundry house business to 15th Lacson St., Bacolod city Brique, Julius S., et. al. Feasibility Study 2010 No Abstract
250 Establising a sizzling food business Campillanes, Christine Marie A. Feasibility Study 2010 No Abstract
251 Establishing a zagu franchise business Calaluan, Cherry Anne A., et. al. Feasibility Study 2010 No Abstract
252 Grill and sizzling business in brgy. estefania Panie, Mariel, et. al. Feasibility Study 2010 No Abstract
253 Establishing a junkshop business Bayon-on, Fredie G., et. al. Feasibility Study 2010 No Abstract
254 Establishing a honey production and marketing business at santa rosa, murcia Acuna, Chiradee, et. al. Feasibility Study 2010 No Abstract
255 Establishing a passenger vessel route via himamaylan – iloilo Aringo, Shane V., et. al. Feasibility Study 2010 No Abstract
127 Establishing a micro-financing business Borbon, Maricon E., et. al. Feasibility Study 2009 No Abstract
126 Establishing an internet service center Apdo, Femie, et.al. Feasibility Study 2009 No Abstract
125 Establishing a dormitory business Jarumay, Carlo Miguel, et.al. Feasibility Study 2009 No Abstract
124 A Franchise of automatic tubig machine Antenero, Ivy Mae, et. al. Feasibility Study 2009 No Abstract
123 Establishing and internet business Cantong, Janice, et. al. Feasibility Study 2009 No Abstract
122 Seaside fishing supplies Amante, Denelyn, et. al. Feasibility Study 2009 No Abstract
121 Insurance monitoring system of sterling Insurance Company Inc.-Bacolod Umiten, Mylene, et. al. Capstone Project 2009
118 Center for community Transformation Credit Cooperative (CCT) Automated Loan System Sayson, Timothy, et. al. Capstone Project 2009 No Abstract
117 Christian venture academy enrolment system Mendoza, Joyce, et. al. Capstone Project 2009 No Abstract
115 Bee-G taxi car rental system Legarde, Ryan, et. al. Capstone Project 2009 No Abstract
113 Pension Bacolod reservation and billing system Teodoro, Sherlie, et. al. Capstone Project 2009 No Abstract
111 Faith Christian School automated library system Dionio, Pamela May, et. al. Capstone Project 2009 No Abstract
128 Establishing a micro-lending business Coleta, Reychell, et. al. Feasibility Study 2009 No Abstract
130 Corporate work ethics: employee perspective Bayon-on, Fredie, et. al. Thesis 2009 No Abstract
131 A Bottling company employees’ level of job performance:an investigation Mapa, Velle Euica, et. al. Thesis 2009 No Abstract
133 The Impact of technology to sugar industry specifically on end product analysis Alvarado, Sheryl, et. al. Thesis 2009 No Abstract
135 Evaluation of the performance of fast cargo management as perceived by its employees for the year 2009 Acuña, Chiradee G., et. al. Thesis 2009 No Abstract
203 Establishing a fiberglass fabrication Belleza, Cassandra F., et. al. Feasibility Study 2009 No Abstract
108 Establishing a rice retail store Abelida, Janice, et. al. Feasibility Study 2008 No Abstract
107 Fabricating and selling of conventional and reclining folding bed Alvarado, James Paul, et. al. Feasibility Study 2008 No Abstract
106 Glamz’ dormitory business: a feasibility study Asuncion, Clint, et. al. Feasibility Study 2008 No Abstract
105 Automated teachers evaluation Adorio, Bobby, et. al. Capstone Project 2008 No Abstract
104 Establishing a stylus beauty salon Ong, Levi, et. al. Feasibility Study 2008 No Abstract
103 Hog fattening business in Zone 1 Brgy. Concepcion, Bagroy Talisay City Alacrito, April Rose, et. al. Feasibility Study 2008 No Abstract
102 Jeerah junk shop Balones, Eda Marie, et.al. Feasibility Study 2008 No Abstract
101 Virgo convenience store Roxas, Tijay, et.al Feasibility Study 2008 No Abstract
100 Establishing "UR Internet Café" Escarilla, Natalie, et.al Feasibility Study 2008 No Abstract
99 Chicken and pork barbeque house Cantire, Melani Joy,et.al Feasibility Study 2008 No Abstract
98 Establishing a dried fish business Alabe, Redel Mei, et.al Feasibility Study 2008 No Abstract
97 G-7 poultry farm: A feasibility study Gamilong, Marnie, et.al Feasibility Study 2008 No Abstract
96 Project feasibility casket making Batislaon, Flora Mae, et.al Feasibility Study 2008 No Abstract
95 Sales monitoring Edang, Hazel ,et.al Capstone Project 2008 No Abstract
94 Carlos Hilado Memorial State College Fortune Towne Campus enrolment system Catong, Yvonne, et.al Capstone Project 2008
92 New Bacolod pyramid construction supply sales and inventory system Pabuaya, Glenn, et.al Capstone Project 2008 No Abstract
91 Library system Quiatchon, Leizyl Jean, et.,al Capstone Project 2008 No Abstract
90 Freedom east hardware enterprise sales and inventory system Mariano, Dolores, et.al Capstone Project 2008 No Abstract
89 Accounts receivable system of Carlos Hilado Memorial State College(CHMSC) Buncal, Cherry Mae, et.al Capstone Project 2008 No Abstract
88 CHMSC automated enrolment system Cabrillos, Andrelin, et.al Capstone Project 2008 No Abstract
87 Automated voting system Poleros, Jean, et.al Capstone Project 2008 No Abstract
86 Student evaluation system Souberon, Ma. Theresa, et.al Capstone Project 2008 No Abstract
85 Guidance admission system Ciokon, Albert, et.al Capstone Project 2008 No Abstract
201 Suki tinapayan Buenaflor, Mary Ann C., et. al. Feasibility Study 2008 No Abstract
79 Pineapple farming and distribution Apaso, Samuel, et. al. Feasibility Study 2007 No Abstract
80 Franchise fastfood business Raffy’s sizzlers Alvarez, Nerissa, et. al. Feasibility Study 2007 No Abstract
81 Production of vermicomposted fertilizer for agricultural purposes Caya, Loresa L., et. al. Feasibility Study 2007 No Abstract
82 Computerized customers accounts recording system of Conpinco Trading Corporation using visual basic 6.0 and microsoft access Lauriaga, Nanette, et. al. Capstone Project 2007 No Abstract
83 Computerized laboratory equipment inventory system for Carlos Hilado Memorial State College, Fortune Towne Branch, Bacolod City Balangao, Maribel, et. al. Capstone Project 2007 No Abstract
129 Farming & selling of chrysanthemum & asters Alipe, Ramelia Rose J., et. al Feasibility Study 2007 No Abstract
132 Photoshop business Alintana, Jell Ann V., et. al. Feasibility Study 2007 No Abstract
134 Barbie’s beauty salon Aguinaga, Reynante L., et. al. Feasibility Study 2007 No Abstract
199 Establishing a child learning center Sausa, Henry Jane, et. al. Feasibility Study 2007 No Abstract
200 Events planning Pulgado, Reina Marie, et. al. Feasibility Study 2007 No Abstract
202 Establishing an internet café Buga-ay, Maricel S., et. al. Feasibility Study 2007 No Abstract
204 Ricemill Garlitos, Mary Ann, et. al. Feasibility Study 2007 No Abstract
304 Class scheduling system of carlos hilado memorial state college fortune towne branch Banga, Luna Lina, et. al. Capstone Project 2007 No Abstract
52 Processing and distribution of peanut products Tondo, Selah Grace, et. al. Feasibility Study 2006 No Abstract
53 Establishing a scrap materials merchandising Gula, Jonjie M., et. al. Feasibility Study 2006 No Abstract
54 Establishing a copy center Estrella, Aizyl, et. al. Feasibility Study 2006 No Abstract
55 Establishing a boneless bangus business Ogue, Ronald L., et. al. Feasibility Study 2006 No Abstract
56 Chmsc-ft food court Alves, Consuelo Beatriz, et. al. Feasibility Study 2006 No Abstract
57 The feasibility study of dried fish wholesale business Evangelista, Flovi M., et. al. Feasibility Study 2006 No Abstract
58 Establishing a cell phone accessories,e-load, auto-load and cell phone repair shop Cosio, Ordanie A., et. al. Feasibility Study 2006 No Abstract
59 Establishing a cut flower growing Dueno, Maricris L., et. al. Feasibility Study 2006 No Abstract
60 Computerized class schedulers system for Chmsc-ft branch Cordovero, Vimar T., et. al. Capstone Project 2006 No Abstract
61 Snacks on wheels business Ba-ad, Lilibeth V., et. al. Feasibility Study 2006 No Abstract
62 Frozen meat retailing business Aligata, Angie Chem L., et. al. Feasibility Study 2006 No Abstract
63 Establishing a food station Aguirre, Regen E., et. al. Feasibility Study 2006 No Abstract
64 Cattle fattening Iligan, Janice G., et. al. Feasibility Study 2006 No Abstract
65 Project study of pizza parlor a Franchise business of champs pizza pasta Tayopon, Grace Marie, et. al. Feasibility Study 2006 No Abstract
66 Chicken and Pork barbeque house Sara, Wilmar M., et. al. Feasibility Study 2006 No Abstract
67 Online students on-the-job training and job placement services system Altaras, Annie, et. al. Capstone Project 2006 No Abstract
68 The effectiveness of procurement system of Chmsc-ft Nacion, Marilen T., et. al. Capstone Project 2006 No Abstract
69 Computerized patient consultation system Anda, Elma D., et. al. Capstone Project 2006 No Abstract
71 Ang Multi-purpose cooperative commercial center sales monitoring system Cosio, Sony Boy M., et. al. Feasibility Study 2006 No Abstract
72 Pharma V PDS: (point of sale): A sales and inventory system Blanza, Jessica M., et. al. Feasibility Study 2006 No Abstract
73 Party needs Diomon, Leila H., et. al. Feasibility Study 2006 No Abstract
74  A Salt maker’s cooperative and feasibility study on establishing Malangin, Jean Lyn, et. al. Feasibility Study 2006 No Abstract
75 Pasalubong center Puntal, Josie S., et al. Feasibility Study 2006 No Abstract
76 Online real estate inquiry system as an upgrade support for the real estate business inquiry process Cuayson, Michelle R., et. al. Capstone Project 2006 No Abstract
78 Computerized real estate billing system of selected subdivisions in Bacolod City Balagot, Remie, et. al. Capstone Project 2006 No Abstract
84 Bacolod City Civil Registrar’s Office live birth registration system Ballesteros, Nelmee C., et. al. Capstone Project 2006 No Abstract
43 Internet and computer services Mirasol, Susie D., et. al. Feasibility Study 2005 No Abstract
44 Establishing a mini-mart Alpas, Ranizel, et. al. Feasibility Study 2005 No Abstract
45 Establishing a poultry farm Sabid, Jona, et. al. Feasibility Study 2005 No Abstract
46 Establishing a vulcanizing and tire changing shop Gallo, Loribel S., et. al. Feasibility Study 2005 No Abstract
47 Distributorship of cosmos products Paderna, Michelle, et. al. Feasibility Study 2005 No Abstract
48 Establishing a floating fishpond wholesaling business in Hinigaran Delfin, Jomer, et. al. Feasibility Study 2005 No Abstract
49 A feasibility study on establishing a commercial arcade in CHMSC- Fotune Towne Branch Derramas, Juan Luna S., et. al. Feasibility Study 2005 No Abstract
50 Establishing a rice retailing business Delfin, Jenell D., et. al. Feasibility Study 2005 No Abstract
51 Establishing of  Euchema Carrageenan (Guso) farming Cajulao, Arque, et. al. Feasibility Study 2005 No Abstract
70 Bee keeping and honey production Amaro, Donna, et. al. Feasibility Study 2005 No Abstract
1 Proposed computerized student record management system of Carlos Hilado Memorial State College Fortune Towne Branch Bacolina, Regie E., et. al. Capstone Project 2004 No Abstract
2 Computerized billing system of Carlos Hilado Memorial State College Fortune Towne Branch Aldover, Jr., Kirk T., et. al. Capstone Project 2004 No Abstract
3 Proposed computerized enrollment system for Carlos Hilado Memorial State College Fortune Towne Branch Baluyot, Ma. Wingie A., et. al. Capstone Project 2004 No Abstract
4 Computerized time keeping system of Carlos Hilado Memorial State College Fortune Towne Branch Amiga, Darlene T., et. al. Capstone Project 2004 No Abstract
22 A Feasibility study on establishing a shoe center in Municipality of Murcia Bermejo, Mary Glo C. et. al. Feasibility Study 2004 No Abstract
23 Bangus production and marketing Coleta, Reynaldo, et. al. Feasibility Study 2004 No Abstract
24 A Feasibility study on establishing a hog feeds wholesaling and retailing business in certain area in Murcia Barbosa, Lea, et. al. Feasibility Study 2004 No Abstract
25 A Feasibility study on establishing a mailing station business Alvarez, Marilyn D., et. al. Feasibility Study 2004 No Abstract
26 Computerized student guidance inventory system of Carlos Hilado Memorial State College Fortune Towne Branch Escare, Rossini A., et. al. Capstone Project 2004 No Abstract
27 Computerized-online alumni records tracking system of Carlos Hilado Memorial State College Farrol, Mary Grace, et. al. Capstone Project 2004 No Abstract
28 Evaluation system of student ratings at Carlos Hilado Memorial State College Fortune Towne Branch Andaya, Omar C. et. al. Capstone Project 2004 No Abstract
31 The Establishment of a photocopying center Arcibar, Chrislyn, et. al. Feasibility Study 2004 No Abstract
32 Establishing a fruitstand business Apuhin, Sheryl L. et. al. Feasibility Study 2004 No Abstract
33 Production and distribution of popsicles de los Santos, Melpen, et. al. Feasibility Study 2004 No Abstract
35 Establishing a tailoring and dress-shop business Arguelles, Jennifer A., et. al. Feasibility Study 2004 No Abstract
36 Production and distribution of salt Bagaporo, Diohanna E., et. al. Feasibility Study 2004 No Abstract
37 Establishing a bakeshop Arellano, Rolriza P., et. al. Feasibility Study 2004 No Abstract
38 Pinasugbo business Bretana, Ma. Elena, et. al. Feasibility Study 2004 No Abstract
39 Establishing a lechon manok business Alcantara, Marvin F., et. al. Feasibility Study 2004 No Abstract
40 Establishing an ice plant Cubillas, Diosie, et. al. Feasibility Study 2004 No Abstract
42 Dried fish business Dalisay, Angie Q., et. al. Feasibility Study 2004 No Abstract
1 Proposed computerized student  record management system of Carlos Hilado Memorial State College Fortune Towne Branch Bacolod City Bacolina, Regie E. Capstone Project 2004 No Abstract
5 Eggs production business Alplas, Anielyn, et. al. Feasibility Study 2003 No Abstract
8 Establishing a fitness studio Chiquito, Sheila, et. al. Feasibility Study 2003 No Abstract
9 Establishing a meat shop Allado, Cristina A., et. al. Feasibility Study 2003 No Abstract
10 Swine fattening Abiero, Metchie T., et. al. Feasibility Study 2003 No Abstract
11 Used car business Arcolas, Aldwin P., et. al. Feasibility Study 2003 No Abstract
12 Establishing a refreshment Baballo, Rolando A., et. al. Feasibility Study 2003 No Abstract
13 Establishing a video shop Dalen, Liezl J., et. al. Feasibility Study 2003 No Abstract
14 Establishing a billiard gaming business Aurelio, Ma. Conception B., et. al. Feasibility Study 2003 No Abstract
15 Students laboratory cooperative Buncal, Ma. Meliza A., et. al. Feasibility Study 2003 No Abstract
16 A Flower shoppe Bernil, Jenelyn G., et. al. Feasibility Study 2003 No Abstract
17 Establishing a piglets breeding business Alisbo, Anthony A., et. al. Feasibility Study 2003 No Abstract
18 Establishing water ride services at Raymen Beach Resort Dela Cruz, Rizte S., et. al. Feasibility Study 2003 No Abstract
19 Establishing a bookstore Buncal, Cheryl A., et. al. Feasibility Study 2003 No Abstract
20 Feasibility study on establishing a computer and internet service center Argando, Helen, et. al. Feasibility Study 2003 No Abstract
21 Rice production and distribution Cordova, Gil, et. al. Feasibility Study 2003 No Abstract
29 Establishing a hollow  blocks factory Samson, Balico, et. al. Feasibility Study 2003 No Abstract
30 Establishing a child care center Alib, Chuchie, et. al. Feasibility Study 2003 No Abstract
41 JDM hollow blocks factory Denosta, Eddilou, et. al. Feasibility Study 2003 No Abstract
77 Automated reservation, registration and billing system of Bacolod executive inn Detablan, An-an S., et. al. Capstone Project 2003 No Abstract
6 Rice production and distribution Agpangan, Flossie B., et. al. Feasibility Study 2002 No Abstract
7 Establishing a vegetable business Alvarado, Flordelyn A., et. al. Feasibility Study 2002 No Abstract
34 Proposed computerized lending system for metropol lending corporation Alisbo, Jr., Wilfredo, et. al. Capstone Project 2002 No Abstract


Acc Title Author Subject ©Year Abstract
23 The School maintenance and other operating expenses: guidelines and procedures Reboton, Re-ann M. Seminar Paper – MPA 2014
24 Crime prevention: police integrated patrol system approach Ramos, Peter John L. Seminar Paper – MPA 2014
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This seminar paper aimed to reduce street crime and to neutralize, in articular motorcycle riding criminals and address other crimes committed; to maintain good relationship between the community and law enforces; to provide information and knowledge to the community on what to do in case a crime is committed; to give quick response for any untoward incident as a result of crime; and, in the police officers objective, to gain and gather information on the community for identification on lawless elements.

In connection with these objectives, a seminar was conducted about the crime Prevention: Police Integrated Patol System Approach and attended by a total of 54 participants. Among attendees were the fourteen (14) law enforcers, ten (10) baragay public officials or Local Government Unit councilors and representatives, and thirty (30) individuals from different private sectors and non-government Organization. The seminar was done through lecture using power point presentation, illustrations, discussion and an open forum.

Police Integrated Patrol System Approach discusses the structure of PIPS, Police Visibility,Checkpoint/Chokepoint Operation, Saturation Drive and curfew for minors. Indeed the PNP program is a very tough task to accomplish if done alone but can be successful if there is a working in partnership in the community with our local law makers through ordinances and policies to stregnhen the program and accomplish common goals. Private entities can actively cooperate and support our law enforces in any form to identify and give accurate action and solution to a crime incident that happened. Lastly, the program gives positive impact for a quick response in times of emergency.

Police visibility, checkpoint/chokepoint operation, saturation drive and curfew.

25 Generics act of 1988: issues on safety and effectiveness Lacurom, Julie Fe S. Seminar Paper – MPA 2014
26 National greening program: updates and status for DENR-CENRO, Bacolod City Buaron, Remia B. Seminar Paper – MPA 2014
27 Bacolod City police office women and children protection desk: decentralization for quality police service Francisco, Danilo V. Jr. Seminar Paper – MPA 2014
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The researcher recognized the rapid rise of the problem caused by incidence of violence against Women and Children in Bacolod City, and the need to decentralized the operation of Bacolod City Police Office Women and Children’s Protection Desk, to address effectively the worsening problem. The degree of prevention lies on the level of awareness of the community regarding the problem, and the impact of violence against Women and Children who are considered important partners in Nation building and development of our country is beyond imagination. Victim survivors usually undergo traumatic experiences as a result of the detestable act against them, they suffer psychological and psychiatric imperfections or defects. Thereby depriving them to develop themselves and achieve their full potentials as productive members of the society and experience life to the fullest extent. The rising problem of child abuse, and violations against the rights and welfare of Women nowadays, both destroys the moral fiber of the community and the basic unit of society which is the family, and if not address properly more broken families and children in conflict with the law, and even dysfuctional Women will contibute to the degradation of our society, because abuses against Women and Children  usually become a vicious cycle in which victims survivors become abusiveparents or managers later in life, Thus because of the precarious situation we are facing right now, aggressive actions must be implemented to avoid future crisis. Hence this seminar was conducted specifically to emphasize the importance of the decentration of the WCPD of Bacolod City Police Office because it will bring the WCPD office closer to the people, and chances of immediate resolution of cases against Women and Children is relatively high compared to the centralized organizational set up previously utilized by the Bacolod City Police Office Women’s Desk which proved to be ineffective in curtailing and solving the cases and issues confronting the WCPD. Moreover the seminar was attended by fifty (50) participants. Three representatives each from the ten (10) Police Stations comprising Bacolod City Police Office and at least two (2) representatives from the ten (10) selected Barangays of Bacolod City namely, Baragays Villamonte, Tangub, Estefania, Taculing, Sum-ag, Alijis, Barangay 19, Barangay 26, Barangay 27 and Barangay 30. In the end the seminar served its purpose, the participants members of the Philippine National Police and Local Government Units were able to enchance thir knowledge and understanding regarding the problem and the sorrounding issues and concerns of the Women and Children’s Desk and the need to achieve its desired goal and mandated task, to protect and promote the so called Women and Children’s Rights and Welfare at all levels of the community at all times and eventually create an enviroment and society that advocates zero tolerance agaist the violation of Women and Children’s Rights and Welfare.

Decentralization, quality police service, public awareness,women and children protection, collaborative cooperation.

28 Negros Occidental tourism center services: basis for a proposed service delivery enhancement program Cordero, Jennylind Quial D. Thesis Paper – MPA 2014
15 Awareness of the members on the benefits of Social Security System in Negros Occidental Salvador, Catherine G. Thesis – MPA 2013
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This investigation focused on the level of awareness of 374 members transacting in various branches of SSS offices in Negros Occidental who were satisfied and randomly selected. Conducted in December 2012, the data needed for this descriptive-inferential research were obtained through the use of Likert-type survey questionnaire on the level of awareness of members on the different SSS benefits. The statistical tools used were the mean, the t-test and the only-way anova. The findings of this study indicated that when grouped as to age, older and younger members had moderate awareness; as to membership type, all employed, self-employed and voluntary members exhibited high level of awareness; and as to the branch, Bago, Kabankalan and Bacolod were much aware than San Carlos, Victorias and Sagay. There was no significant difference noted in the level of awareness when grouped as to age, sex and type of noted in the level of awareness when grouped as to age, sex and type of membership, while significant difference occurred when group as to the length of membership, branch/location and in terms of benefits. In general, findings showed that the members’ level of awareness was moderately aware. From among the frequent sources of information, SSS ranked first while media ranked the last. "SSS website can’t be accessed due to busy schedule" got the most number of frequency on the factors that affect the level of awareness, while "Not interested to know more about the benefits" was the least.

16 Awareness of the members on the benefits of Philhealth in Negros Occidental: proposed orientation program Geroso, Mary Je, P. Thesis – MPA 2013
19 Customer’s needs on the services of Cebuana Lhuillier Pawnshop in Bacolod City Tumlos, Ariston B. Thesis – MBA 2013
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This study aimed to assess and identify the needs of customers on the services of Cebuana Lhuillier Pawnshop in Bacolod City and to find out the needed services that the customers wanted to avail to totally satisfy them. The survey questionnaires were handed over to 397 respondents from the total population of the fifteen(15) Cebuana Lhuillier branches for the first quarter of 2013 using convenience sampling method. Respondents rated each item accordingly. Responses were made on a 3-point and 5-point Likert scales for the degree of importance and level of satisfaction respectively. Additional needed services and features were suggested by customers through checking the appropriate box provided according to their needs. The result revealed that the customers valued majority of the services such as pawning, domestic and international remittances, 24k card, eload, bills payment, and insurance as highly important. Likewise, collection, top-up, ctpl-car insurance and e-money were rated as important. The customers were also outstandingly satisfied  of the present services and on how they were being serve by the branch personnel. As to added services and features, majority of the customers suggested availing such as needed service as they are feasible and can be easily carried out with the use of computer. The researcher recommended to the top level management to continue motivating employees by recognizing their effort and dedication on their job and by sending them seminars, trainings and workshops to boost their confidence in delivering excellent quality customer service to clients.

20 Korean preferences on english tutoring services in Bacolod City Toleco, Cherrie Mae N. Thesis – MBA 2013
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This investigation ascertained to preferences of the 203 korean respondents on English tutoring services in Bacolod City, Conducted in april 2013, the study employed descriptive-survey method of research. To find out the level of preference of the Korean students on skills-oriented and structured English tutoring services, the Mean was employed. T-test was used to determine the significant difference in the level of preference of the Korean students on skills-oriented and structured-tutoring services when respondents were grouped according to sex, age, and length of stay. As to level of education. One- Way Analysis of Variance(ANOVA) was used to determine the significant difference on respondents’ level of preference on skills-oriented and structured-tutoring services. By means of a researcher-made questionnaire, the researcher found out that the level of preference of the Korean students on skills-oriented tutoring services was very high on speaking skills. As to structured-tutoring services, they have a very high level of preference on one-on-one(face to face) tutoring. No significant difference was noted in the level of preference of the Korean students on skills-oriented tutoring services when grouped according to length of stay and level of education. As to structured-tutoring sevices, no significant differences was discovered when respondents were grouped as to sex and level of education. Significant differences were however noted when respondents were grouped according to age and length of stay.

21 The Specific provisions of R.A. 9514 on  iron-fortified rice Boyd, Laila S. Seminar Paper – MPA 2013
22 Ecotourism: a call for sustainable development Contrevida, Rosejean B. Seminar Paper – MBA 2013
10 The Different abuses in the workplace De La Cruz, Leonora A. Seminar Paper – MBA 2012    

14 Forest protection law enforcement and regulations Ecraela, Ginalyn B. Seminar Paper – MPA 2012 No Abstract
2 The Tourist destinations in the Third District of Negros Occidental: baseline for retirement estate development program Gosiaoco, Ma. Chona V. Thesis – MPA 2011
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Genarally, the study aimed to determine the tourist destination in the Third District of the Province of Negros Occidental as baseline for retirement estate development program. In particular, the study aimed to determine the degree of importance and the degree of satisfaction of the tourist destinations according to its five aspects such as the attractions, amenities and facilities, accessibility, safety and security and other infastructures. The research was descriptive in nature. The data was gathered using a survey questionnaire from a population of 97 local and foreign tourist who visited and stayed in areas of Victorias City, Silay City, Talisay City, Municipalities of Murcia and Enrique B. Magalona that covered the area of the Third District of the Province of Negros Occidental. To establish the reliability of the test instrument, a dry run was conducted to 23 respondents who possessed the same characteristics with the identified respondents of the study. Based on the findings of the study, the degree of importance of the tourist destinations in the Third District of the Province of Negros Occidental when grouped in the five aspects as attractions, amenities and facilities, accessibility, safety and security and other infastructures was very important and the degree of satisfaction of the tourist destination in the Third District of the Province of Negros when grouped in the five aspects was moderately satisfied. However in the aspects of other infastructure such as safe water, electric power and proper waste disposal the result was highly satisfactory. When grouped as a whole, the classification did not affect the degree of importance and the degree of satisfaction since the five aspects were rated by respondents as very important. No significant difference in the degree of importance and the degree of satisfaction on the different aspects aspects of tourist destinations regardless of whether the tourist were local or foreign. Over-all, the findings provided a very rich information to develop the tourist destinations as a retirement haven considering the degree of importance and the degree of satisfaction.

3 Fire and emergency response awareness and procedures Zamar, Jovelyn B. Seminar Paper – MPA 2011 No Abstract
4 The Specific provisions of R.A. 9514 on automatic water sprinkler system Ploteña, Publio, D. Seminar Paper – MPA 2011 No Abstract
5 Banquet and catering management: 3 in 1 package Yee-Francisco, Maria Lynn Seminar Paper – MBA 2011 No Abstract
6 Achieving high quality customer service for financing companies Rebadomia, Emmanuel M. Seminar Paper – MBA 2011 No Abstract
7 Business promotion and advertising Jonota, Marilou R. Seminar Paper – MBA 2011 No Abstract
8 Conversion of BFIC Kabankalan Information Center into Boston Finance & Investment Corporation Branch in Kabankalan City Abay, Karen A. Feasibility Study – MBA 2011 No Abstract
11 Needs assessment of tricycle operation in selected areas in Southern Negros Occidental: a proposed microfinancing program Zamora, Ma. Emily A. Thesis – MBA 2011    

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This study generally aimed to assess the needs of tricycle operation in the southern part of Negros Occidental which will serve as basis for the proposed microfinancing program for the City of Kabankalan and the Municipality of Himamaylan. It established the data related to their profile, extent of needs for tricycle operation, microfinance programs and services and innovative collection strategies to ensure the success of the programs and services.

The respondents of the study were the 400 tricycle operators and drivers in the southern part of Negros Occidental, namely Binalbagan, Himamaylan and the City of Kabankalan during the Academic Year 2010-2011. The data gathered were interpreted according to the statistical analysis and procedures, tabulations of frequencies, percentage and mean were used to analyze and interpret the descriptive data based on the problems cited.

The results generally revealed that majority of the respondents in the southern part of Negros Occidental have availed of microfinance programs and services from Banks, Cooperatives and LGU’s through mortgage and installment basis for the normal operation of the tricycle units to enable the operators and drivers raise their income levels and improve their quality of life.

It is recommended that a proposed microfinance program for the City of Kabankalan and the Municipality of Himamaylan should be formulated to address issues, problems and concerns related to a sustainable tricycle operation in the Southern part of Negros Occidental.


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17 E-learning: a modern teaching tools De La Genta, Ryan J. Seminar Paper – MBA Faculty & Staff 2013
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This seminar paper presentation aimed to facilitate understanding of the basics and functions of E-learning; enable identification of modern E-learning tools; determine the essential benefits of E-learning vis-à-vis the traditional setting; emphasize the role of E-learning in the global business and educational milieu; and, assist its acceptance and application. A total of 50 participants attended the seminar, represented by students in the college and faculty members from the four campuses. The seminar paper was presented through lecture and discussion method, utilizing an audio visual presentation. Said lecture centered on the importance of E-learning and its use to educators and students, its essential benefits vis-à-vis the traditional setting, and lastly highlighted on its practical application. In conclusion, the seminar paper conducted noted that the ability and experience in the used of E-learning Modern Tools among participants contributes to positive perception towards learning of the tools. Determining the completency of learners in their use of E-learning Tools applications in not an easy task, thus participants were given online activity. Respondents were given a chance to used and apply E-learning tools through the used of new online application and technologies. In general, the seminar paper found that 80 percent of learners were able to use the modern tools. In terms of experience, nearly half of the learners had used online forum, by interactive website and email support. With regards, to learner’s perceptions on the value of modern toolsand its potential role in education, the participants held a fairly positive view of the different advantages that E-learning can provie to education.

18 Demand for on call home services: proposed business plan Tumulak, Lucia E.  Thesis – MBA Faculty & Staff 2013
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This study aimed to assess the level of demand for on call home services at Celine Homes, Estefania, Bacolod City. The respondents of the study were the 330 randomly selected heads of the household of Celine Homes Subdivision. This descriptive study employed a one shot survey design using a self-made survey questionnaire. The study was personally conducted from January 26 to Febuary 2, 2013. The data were electronically processed and were analyzed using frequency count, percentaes, mean, T-test, Analysis of Variance(ANOVA) and Gamma. In this study, it was found out that the demand for an call home services is greater when the household monthly income is high. It also revealed that there  is a significants difference on the level of demand foron call home services when respondents are grouped according to highest educational attainment, work status, employment category, employment status and household monthly income. However, no significant difference was found when they are grouped according to highest educational attainment, work status, employment category, employment status and household monthly income. However, no significant difference was found when they are grouped accordint to the number of household members. Furthermore, there is a significant relationship between household monthly income and the level of demand for on call services. The findings indicated that those who have low and middle income respondents have a moderate level of deman while those with a high income have a high level of deman for an on call home sevices. The findings of the study will be used to formulate a proposed business plan.

9 Access to information resources, information seeking behavior, and satisfaction with library services among the college students of carlos Hilado Memorial State College Tuble, Ruvy M. Thesis – MLIS Faculty & Staff 2011
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This study was conducted to determine the studens’ access to information resources, information seeking behavior, and level of satisfaction with library services, the impact of their personal characteristics as well as their parent’s educational attainment on their access to information resources, information seeking behavior, and level of satisfaction with library services, and if significant relationship exists among these variables. The study adapted a descriptive-relational survey design and data were collected using a questionnaire to three hundred sixty-seven(367) students randomly selected from the four campuses of Carlos Hilado Memorial State College on January 26-February 9, 2011. The questionnaire was content-validated and was pretested for reliability. Data were encoded and processed using the Statistical Package for Social Sciences(SPSS) software for MS Windows Version 16.0 and were analyzed using frequency count, percentages, mean, Phi, Cramers’ V, Gamma and Chi-square. Students assessed the library information resources as "readily accessible" and that the information they found or accessed were "very reliable" in terms usefulness, suitability, and adequacy to their needs. Their information seeking behavior differs in terms of the resources they use. The library resources are not the first or on top for them, since they prefer to access the information they need through Internet cafés outside school premises. Library services likewise meet the expectations and needs of the students therefore exhibited a high satisfactory rating. Furthermore, the college and campus where the students belong to has something to do with access to information resources, information seeking behavior, and level of satisfaction with library services. Access to information resources, information seeking behavior, and level of satisfaction with library services were significant interrelated. Accordingly, it is suggested that the library policies and services regardless of where they are physically based. Also, the library user instruction program should be enhanced to empower students with the benefit of using library information resources in all formats and be proficient in library use. Improvement of Internet services by providing users with adequate computers, greater speed, longer hour/time of use, user-oriented rules must be undertaken to entice them on using the services inside the campus rather than to pay for access from internet cafes’. Likewise, librarians must continually participate in technology-base trainings to enhance knowledge and skills in order to be capable of handling the current information needs of the present generation of students.

12 Level of satisfaction of the members on the services of Ang Paglaum Multi-purpose Cooperative Koudroglou, Eleanor B.  Thesis – MBA Faculty & Staff 2010
1 Fingerprint timekeeping and payroll system: a prototype for small medium enterprises Uy, Manuel A. Project Paper – MIT Faculty & Staff 2008