Newspaper Distribution Management Software for Gebong Gerlyn Newspaper DIstributor A Research Study Presented to the Faculty of the Electronics Engineering Program Polytechnic University of the Philippines- Maragondon Branch In Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements for the Degree Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Christian Joy A

Newspaper Distribution Management Software for Gebong Gerlyn Newspaper DIstributor A Research Study
Presented to the Faculty of the Electronics Engineering Program
Polytechnic University of the Philippines- Maragondon Branch
In Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements for the Degree
Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering
Christian Joy A. Añez
Jiffry P. Bernal
Joshua Adrian L. Pangilinan
Joemel B. Rojas
Mark Joshua T. SabioChris Michael V. SantillanAugust 2017
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
The proponents could have never accomplished the research proposal without the help, support, guidance and efforts of a lot of people. In line with this, the researchers would like to extend their heartfelt gratitude to the people who helped and lead them into the completion and success of this project. This design project would not be completed and possible without the following:
First of all, the Almighty God, for His perpetual love, never–ending guidance, gift of knowledge and for giving a lot of chances to the proponents in order to finish their research proposal.

To their friends and classmates, who helped them in finding the research proposal’s format and lending their hands in times of need.

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To their family and guardians especially their parents, for all the kind of support given to the proponents.

To their consultants, Mr. Mario Gatdula, Ms. Michelle Anne Guevarra, and Sir Ferdi Oiroso, for giving their guidance and lending their time to support in order to finish the project. To Mr. Gerry Rojas, our client and the main beneficiary of our research for giving his time, essential information and sharing the details of his job.

To their subject professor, Engr. Jomer V. Catipon for the full support, assistance and topic suggestions for improving the proponents research problem.

ABSTRACT

This Research looks for more efficient way of transaction of Mr. Gerry Rojas, a Newspaper Dealer in Dasmarinas, Cavite. The NDMS (Newspaper Distribution Management Software) was made possible by the student researchers Christian Joy A. Añez, Mark Joshua T. Sabio, Jiffry P. Bernal, Joshua Adrian L, Pangilinan, Michael V. Santillan and Joemel B. Rojas. This Research draws upon the mostly primary works of the dealer such as monitoring of sales and revenue, calculation of rebates, display and save time based reports, and other necessity such as manual adding of vendors and newspaper. Most main usage and the reason behind the making of this program is to monitor the alleged cheating that happens in manual transaction. This focus undermines the issues that affect his earnings. This case example shows how hard the job of a newspaper dealer and the main goal why we made this program in the first place is to make his job easier.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title Page…………………………………………………………………………….………..

Approval Sheet………………………………………………………………………………..

Acknowledgements…………………………………………………………………..…..…..

Abstract………………………………………………………………………………………..

Table of Contents……………………………………………………………………………..

CHAPTER I – INTRODUCTION
Introduction……………………………………………………………………………………
Background of the Study…………………………………………………………..…..……
Overview of the current state of technology……………………………………………..

Objectives of the Study……………………………………………………….………..…..

Significance of the Study…………………………………………….………….…………..

Scope and Limitation of the Study……………………………………………….…………
Conceptual Model of the Study………………………………………..…….……………
Operational Definitions of Terms………………………………………………………….

CHAPTER II – CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK
Review of Related Literature ; Studies……………………………………………………

Synthesis…………………………………………………………………………………….

CHAPTER III – RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
Project Design………………………………………………………………………….…..

Evaluation Procedure………………………………………………………….……….…..

CHAPTER IV – RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
Results and Discussions……………………………………………………………………
System Flowchart…………………………………………………………………………..

Evaluation of the client……………………………………………………………………..

CHAPTER V –SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS
Conclusions………………………………………………………………………………….

Recommendations…………………………………………………………………………..

Appendices
Letter Of Intent………………………………………………………………………………

Gantt chart……………………………………………………………………….…………
Source Code……………………………………………………………………………….

Photo Documentation……………………………………………………………………..

Evaluation Form Used…………………………………………………………………….

Researcher’s Profile………………………………………..…………………………………

References…………………………………………………………………………………..

CHAPTER I
INTRODUCTION
Most of us are familiar with newspaper vendors, whether those we see in movies who ride their bicycles while throwing newspapers at people’s doors, the typical Filipino newspaper vendor who has a stall set-up beside stores or near the road. These people always grab the spotlight when we think of the newspaper industry, but we never thought of the question, where do the newspaper vendors get their daily rations of newspaper stash?
And to answer that question, this is a simple textual flowchart of newspaper production process we devised from an interview with a known newspaper dealer: “The publisher/printing press prints tens of thousands of newspaper copies every night, then, in the early morning, newspaper dealers gets their stash of newspapers which they eventually deliver to their clients whereas, the newspaper vendors (hotels, stores, individual retailers).
As suggested by the research title, our main client is the newspaper dealer, the middleman between the vendors and the publisher. These newspaper dealers follow the traditional process of transacting with their clients, namely, manually listing their orders, income, revenues and balances. “This nature of process poses many kinds of errors and miscalculations for the newspaper dealer”, he said in the interview. The papers are prone to tampering and some vendors allegedly change the order quantities at sometimes resulting in an excess (most of the time) of orders, meaning, wasted money for the newspaper dealer.

In search of a solution to these kinds of problems, the researchers thought of a program which can monitor a newspaper dealers transactions electronically. It can report the sales daily and forecast sales as far as a month’s rate. Manages balances of vendors, tracks records of vendor proficiency and prints the desired reports in PDF format. These and all other features are the proposed solutions to the newspaper dealer’s problems.

Background of the Study
Newspaper, for generations, has made us able to be part of the important issues, trends and entertainment all over the nation and even the globe. The rapid growth of technology and communications never failed to remove the traditional paper, but became an important tool to a more efficient creation of newspaper.

In the Philippines, publishing of papers were able to be made every day coping up with the number of orders but the transaction to vendor is quite manual. Sir Gerry Rojas is part of the distributing company for newspaper who manually deliver thousands of papers in Cavite all night long. His monitoring of the orders made by the vendor became problematic due to dishonesty of some vendor that affects his earnings and calculations of rebates.

The researchers of this project came up with a solution through NDMS (Newspaper Distribution Monitoring System), a software application that monitors and calculates the vendor’s original orders and expected rebates respectively. This project sought to be developed for the wider usage and efficient transaction of newspaper.

Overview of the current State of Technology
Apparently, the Newspaper Dealership industry is currently using the traditional manual system of transaction. That of which includes every night’s workand everyday set of recording of hundreds or even thousands of newspaper orders. It is an unreliable system to maintain due to dishonesty of vendors affecting the outcome of record and income of the dealer. The problem arises when the vendor uses different methods in falsifying records transaction including the usage of magic tapes in written paper of orders whereas the number of orders are being change resulting in ambiguities to the dealer. In order to help the dealer to have a reliable and less hassle way of recording sales, the researchers come up with a program that can record sales, print daily, weekly and monthly reports and have an easy to access interface.

Objectives of the Study
General Objectives
To develop a program this will monitor and calculate the sales and revenue of a Newspaper Dealer.

Specific Objectives
To make a program that is understandable and easy to use by the Newspaper Dealer.

To report the expected income of the dealer for a specific time (daily, weekly and monthly).

To make the program editable by the dealer through adding or removing vendors, changing values for rebates and prices, and/or changing quantity of orders.

Significance of the Study
The software application is designed to improve the way of handling records of the Newspaper Dealer as well as payments of the vendor. The following are the beneficiaries of the study:
Newspaper Dealer
Monitoring of payments of the vendors is now made easier. Calculation of balances and rebates is also a feature in the software.

Future Researchers
The software application is open for innovation and additional features.

The Researchers
The software application is for their fulfillment for the course and also to gain some knowledge in programming using different languages in this case, Java Language.

Scope and Limitations
Scopes
Automatically computes the total sales and rebates
The application has a feature of daily, weekly and monthly report display and can convert into PDF file.

The application displays all the newspapers and vendors, and has a ‘search’ feature to easily find a particular newspaper or vendor.

Adding, deleting and/or editing of newspaper price and rebate, vendor’s order are also a feature in the application.

Limitations
1. The application works offline.

2. The application is exclusive only for the client.

3. The application requires username and passwords for security.

4. Application cannot auto save.

5. Due to many factors and variables the program considers it affects the response time to some commands.

Conceptual Model of the Study
Output
Newspaper Distribution and Management System
INPUT
Observation of Latest issues/Problems
Formulation of Project Title
Data Gathering and Researching of Knowledge Requirements
PROCESS
Planning and Designing of the Project
Coding
Testing and Evaluation of the Project

Operational Definition of Terms

Java – is a programming language. It enables programmers to write computer instructions using English-based commands instead of having to write numeric codes.

SQL – stands for Structured Query Language used to communicate with a database. It is the standard language for relational database management system.

Database – a structured set of data held in a computer, especially one that is accessible in various ways.

GUI- stands for Graphical User Interface is a human-computer interface that uses windows, icons and menus and which can be manipulated by a mouse.

Return- unsold newspapers by the vendor to be given back to the dealer
Codes- a system of words, letters, figures or other symbols substituted for other words, letters etc.

Netbeans- is a software development platform written in JAVA.

SQLite Mozilla Firefox- is an in-process library that implements a self-contained, server less, zero-configuration, transactional SQL database engine. The code for SQLite is in the public domain and is thus free for use for any purpose, commercial or private.

Rebate- commission of the dealer for every newspaper sold to the vendor.

Balance- unpaid amount of vendors to the dealer.

CHAPTER II
CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK
This chapter presents the review of related literature and studies underlying the subject, issue or theory under consideration.

Review of Related Studies
Computac’s Newspaper Distribution Software
Abstract:
In the competitive, deadline driven world of Newspaper distribution where the speed and efficiency of systems and software are critical, Computac’s Newspaper Distribution Software puts wholesale distributors on the fast track.

Computac’s Newspaper Distribution Software provides all the tools the wholesale distributor needs for managing dealer activity, from the coin box dispenser and the Mom and Pop Store to the largest retail outlet. Newspaper software is seamlessly integrated with many other strategic MARC systems such as Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), Document Retrieval, General Ledger, and Accounts Payable.

Source: http://computac.com/software/newspaper-distribution.htmlSoftware system for newspaper distribution
Abstract:
The paper presents a software system for newspaper distribution. The system contains a central server, an Android client application and a web application for data administration. Application data (customer database, distributor profiles, distributions, etc.) is managed by the system administrators using the web application. The application also generates statistics and provides opportunity to create checklists for verification. The mobile client application is used by the distributors. Using this application, they can view their task list, the nearest addresses where they have to deliver newspapers and they can report feedback related to deliveries.

Source:http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7325366/?reload=true
3. Inventory Management System Projects developed by 1000Projects.org
Main idea is to develop a software interface for go downs for managing total transactions of goods and delivers and money management. Users are provided with graphical GUI for accessing historic data.This application provides graphical graphs to view data for easy understanding and managing daily transactions with intake and outgoing data mentioned clearly. This application works on centralized database. Changes made at client site will be reflected on database. This software works on online platform which support multi user login. Existing system works on manual process where record maintenance is not a easy task. In this method it is hard to retrieve older records and there are chances of loosing data.Using this new system can solve all the above problems and provide secure and user friendly application. Related project which works on same principle for retailers and wholesalers Point of Sales and Inventory System Project.

Source:http://1000projects.org/inventory-management-system-project.html
4. Zoho Inventory developed by Zoho Corporation Pvt. Ltd.

Zoho Inventory is an online application that enables you to manage orders and inventory. With multi-channel selling, shipping integrations and powerful inventory control, you can now optimize your inventory and order management, right from purchase to packing, to payments.

Source:https://www.zoho.com/
5. TapHunter developed by TapHunter TapHunter is a software which monitors how much beer, wine & spirits you have on hand, calculate appropriate pricing, make your next purchase order with ease, and view valuable stats on your beverage inventory without using manual spreadsheets. Integrated directly into the TapHunter suite of online tools so you never have to switch back and forth between multiple different programs – save hours daily so you can focus on other critical business tasks.

TapHunter is the premier technology partner for bars and restaurants who want to save time and money while strengthening their connection with customers.
Through cutting-edge technology, unparalleled customer service and deep industry expertise, we enable our partners to harness easy-to-use digital tools to streamline back-of-house operations and better market to new and existing patrons. Our tools let our partners easily update their rotating drink menus across all touch points, both on and off-premise, including print menus, digital drink boards, website and social media, and automate common inventory tasks within one integrated dashboard.

Source:https://get.taphunter.com/
Synthesis
The researchers gather some research proposals from the internet related to their project and here are the following:
Computac’s Newspaper Distribution provides all the tools the wholesale distributor needs for managing dealer activity.

Software system for newspaper distribution generates statistics and provides opportunity to create checklist for verification.

Inventory Management System Projects manage total transactions of goods and delivers and money management.

Zoho Inventory is an online application that enables you to manage orders and inventory.

TapHunter is a software which monitors how much beer, wine and spirits you have on hand, calculate appropriate pricing, make your next purchase order with ease, and view valuable stats.

The program that the researchers developed has a unique function of monitoring transactions between the client and the vendor, calculates the rebates and expected earnings in a certain period of time and more importantly, to provide security to avoid anomalies done by some vendors which is clear that no program stated earlier matches the same operations with the NDMS. To sum it up, the researchers gathered many kinds of proposals regarding the existing programs but is safe to say that none of them specifically target the newspaper problems that their client encounters and the features and functions present in the program are originally came from the researcher’s idea.

CHAPTER III
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
Project Design

Figure 3.1 Log in Page
The researcher logged onto the program using the default credentials.

Figure 3.2 Homepage
First Test: All about the Basics (Vendors)
The researcher will try to create a dummy vendor and explore the basic features of the program according to the process followed by the newspaper dealer.

Figure 3.3 Add Order Form with Save Transaction Yes-or-No Panel
To Test the Add Order and Save Transaction Feature, the researcher created dummy vendor “James Reid”. Newspapers were selected, values were entered in quantity then the add button was clicked to secure the order. James Reid ordered: 10 Bulletin, 12 Tiktik, 15 X-files and 30 Kadyot newspapers. The program as seen in Figure 3.3 automatically summed up the Rebates and Total Income generated from the orders.

Figure 3.4 Edit Order Form, Assessment Form
The researcher clicked the edit order button from the homepage which leads to the Edit Order Form shown on Fig. 3.4. Manipulating the data, James Reid was set to return 7 Tiktik Newspapers and paying only 150 pesos. The program then subtracted this value leaving him a balance.

Figure 3.5 Daily Report Form

Figure 3.6 Weekly Report Form

Figure 3.7 / Monthly Report Form
The researcher clicked the Report button from the homepage as he wanted to assess the orders for the day. Seen on Figures 3.5 to 3.7 are the respective Daily, Weekly and Monthly Reports.
Lastly, the researcher saved the report by clicking the Save Report as PDF.

Second Test: Extra Features Test
To test the extra features of the program, first, the Sort features were tested by applying the different choices of sorting in the listbox provided in Figure 3.8. The ASC and DSC radio buttons symbolizing Ascending and Descending orders were also tested with the Sorting.

Figure 3.8 Listbox displaying sorting choices, behind are the radio buttons ASC and DSC
2.) To test the Search button, it was tested on the Vendor tab. The researcher tried to search “James Reid.”

Fig. 3.9 Search for Vendor
3.) Finally, to test deleting orders and to maintain sample integrity, the researcher decided to set an example of deleting orders with “James Reid.” Shown on Fig. 3.10

Fig. 3. 10 Delete Order Message Box
4.) Additionally, the View Orders, Change Pricing and Change Password features were also tested by performing tasks concerning their functions. Password was changed from 12345 to 1234. Orders for Tiktik was viewed. P.Star newspaper was changed from 19 to 17 pesos. Figures 3. 11 to 13 show the data.

Figure 3.11 View Orders Form

Figure 3.12 Change Pricing Form

Figure 3.13 Change Password Form
Evaluation Procedure
The program was evaluated by means of encoding the information needed that will serve its database which will, eventually, be monitored by the client. It was tested by manipulating inputs, simulating client activity. First, exploiting the basic features of the program such as adding orders and vendors and taking or saving daily, weekly or monthly reports. Lastly, testing all extra features by also manipulating inputs and using the program. Data was gathered through screenshots.

CHAPTER IV
RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

Figure 4.1 PDF File of Monthly Report from Aug 6 to Sept 6
Shown in Figure 4.1 is the saved PDF file of the Monthly Report that the researcher saved from testing the Methodologies. With the given data and screenshots shown throughout the Methodology section and the fact that numerous earlier tests were done to test the program for bugs, the researchers has observed the following findings.
In Figure 3.5 and 3.6 the total values were the same because the daily report was made on Sunday, while Sunday is considered the first day of the week, it is the only day then that data can be gathered from on the week, thus, the reason why the daily and weekly report has equal values.
It is real that the maximum capacity for vendors in the program is set to infinite, but the number of vendors, as well as all other kinds of data being stored in the database, do have an impact to the response speed of the program. And in order for Vendor search to work, though listed at the ListBox this won’t do anything, but the client has to click the Vendor tab first to activate Vendor Search.

All of these were the only remarkable findings that the researchers sought. The researchers find all other features to be self-satisfying and purpose-fulfilling, due to the fact that no other bugs were encountered, as far as the testing procedures in this research paper are concerned.

1090220-5911850Figure 4.2 PDF File of Customer Details
Figure 4.2 shows the Customer Details for the vendor named Bogie. The PDF file showed the tabulated orders of newspapers of the said vendor, it also shows the subtotal and rebates per newspaper. The Pdf file itself is very useful in terms of vendor monitoring because the total amount of newspaper sold to the vendor is included and also the balance which is very important matter for the dealer.

Evaluation of the Client
This Software Evaluation Form aims to help the client assess the utility of the software “Newspaper Distribution Monitoring System”. The client is tasked to answer the questions by ranking from 1 to 5. 1 is the lowest and 5 is the highest.

Questions 1-Very Poor 2-Poor 3-Average 4-Satisfactory 5-Excellent
Does the program display daily, weekly and monthly reports accurately? Is the program easy to navigate? Is the program fast enough to respond? Does the features (Adding, Deleting Newspapers and Vendors) efficiently help you to do your transactions faster? Is the log in feature secure enough for you? Is the Graphical User Interface (GUI) easy to the eyes and does not stir up confusion? Is the PDF report concise and gives all needed information? Evaluated By:
Mr. Gerry Rojas
CHAPTER V
SUMMARY OF FINDINGS, CONCLUSIONS, AND RECOMMENDATIONS
This Chapter presents the summary or the research work undertaken, the conclusions drawn and the recommendations made as an outgrowth of this study. This study is about making a java program in order to aid dealers in their daily transactions.

While the study aims to aid dealers to their transactions we arrive to a java program that records tabulated list of Newspapers and Vendors whereas; the total sales of Newspapers, Total Rebates and Remaining Balances of different vendors can be easily calculated using the said program.

Based on our findings and formulation of different methods and approach to the problem the researchers made a program that monitors and calculate the sales and revenues of the Newspaper Dealer by making a user interface tabbed with lists of Newspapers and Vendors, in this way the user can easily navigate and hover through the lists given. The user interface also presents a Search Field in which he can easily find what he is definitely looking for, the program itself also has a sort button whether the user likes to sort by ascending and descending orders, in this way he can easily spot and monitors the numbers he is concerned. Our program also offers the editing of the Vendor’s Orders which is very important to the user because this feature displays the balance and total amounts to be paid by the vendor and also the form shows the user’s expected income coming from that vendor.

The researcher’s program also presents the tabulated form of daily, weekly or monthly reports. The program is very considerate to the date and time that’s why the program itself displays the real-time and date, since the Newspaper Dealers transactions revolves around repeating routines he needs this feature for consistency, accuracy and integrity.
Although the chances of adding orders, newspapers or even changing the prices of newspapers and its rebate, the researcher’s still added this features in anticipation for this scenarios.

Recommendations
Based on the findings and conclusions presented, the following recommendations are suggested:
1. Due to many variables and factors that the java program considers, it affects the speed of response time of the program to different commands, so the researchers suggest that future innovators of this research must cogitates the speed and make some improvements to the promptness of the program including optimization of resources for faster response.

2. The researchers recommend to the future researchers that the file location of the reports and pdf files must be modified for the convenience of the users.

3. The researchers recommend that the User Interface of the program can be enhanced for easier navigation across the program and also for the expediency of the users.

4. The researchers suggest that future innovators should add a confirmation message when adding newspaper orders.

5. The researchers suggest that saved PDF files should automatically open for the convenience of the user.

6. The researchers also suggest the optimization of input of returns of the program, currently the program has a time consuming interface when recording the returns of the vendor, the researchers recommends that the form must be tabulated for easier and faster recording of returns.

APPENDICES

Appendix A
Appendix B
-24938282336400Gantt ChartAppendix C
Source Code
-310515315595Home Page
17606720706700Home Admin
363556286385Add Order Form
628650285750Edit Order Form
381668466892Change Pricing Form
Report Form
36101433254
View Orders Form
455737275535
Change Password Form
481263321076
About Section Form
2540001416050
Database Connection
393700206375
Appendix D
Photo Documentation
11370131415140
The Researchers with Mr. Gerry Rojas
1329690-75490
The Researchers during their interview to their client Mr. Gerry Rojas
1079846-416404

ZdfdfsdfsfThe Researcher’s discussion of the project with their consultant Prof. Ferdi Oisoro831215154405
The Researcher’s with Prof. Ferdi OisoroAppendix E
This Software Evaluation Form aims to help the client assess the utility of the software “Newspaper Distribution Monitoring System”. The client is tasked to answer the questions by ranking from 1 to 5. 1 is the lowest and 5 is the highest.

Questions 1-Very Poor 2-Poor 3-Average 4-Satisfactory 5-Excellent
Does the program display daily, weekly and monthly reports accurately? Is the program easy to navigate? Is the program fast enough to respond? Does the features (Adding, Deleting Newspapers and Vendors) efficiently help you to do your transactions faster? Is the log in feature secure enough for you? Is the Graphical User Interface (GUI) easy to the eyes and does not stir up confusion? Is the PDF report concise and gives all needed information? Evaluated By:
Mr. Gerry Rojas
Appendix F
RESEARCHER’S PROFILE
4749800-358140Jiffry P. Bernal
Punta I, Tanza, Cavite
09977356869
[email protected]
2014-PresentPolytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon Branch
Garita-B, Maragondon, Cavite
Bachelor of Science in Electronics & Communications Engineering
2010-2014Tanza National Comprehensive High School
Daang Amaya II, Tanza, Cavite
AFFILIATION
Institute of Electronics Engineers of the Philippines – Cavite Student Chapter
2015 – Present Member
Junior Institute of Electronics Engineers of the Philippines – PUP – MB
2014 – Present Member
PERSONAL INFORMATION
Date of Birth: July 21, 1995
Place of Birth: Sucat, ParañaqueAge: 21 years old
Sex: Male
Height: 5’6″
Weight: 55 kg
Religion: Catholic
Civil Status: Single
Citizenship: Filipino
Languages: Tagalog, English
Father’s Name: Domingo C. Bernal
Mother’s Name: Emily O. Palma
SEMINARS ATTENDED
2016 SeptemberMICROCONTROLLER WORKSHOP
JIECEP, Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon
STRUCTURED CABLING
JIECEP, Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon
July NAVIGATION AIDS
JIECEP, Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon
BASIC AUTOCAD AND 3DS MAX ARCHITECTURE
JIECEP, Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon
REFERENCES

Engr. Loida T. NueraArea Coodinator, JIECEP
Naic, Cavite
09054955822
Engr. Lirio A. AmbuloECE Professor
Naic, Cavite
09279599849
Engr. Rosalia P. PinlacECE Professor
Maragondon, Cavite
09088747465
I hereby certify that all information given above are true and correct to the best of my ability and knowledge.

.

JIFFRY P. BERNAL

4921852-270644Joemel B. Rojas
Blk 29 Lot 38 Phase 1 CHRV Langkaan 2 Dasmariñas City, Cavite.

+639396557227
[email protected]
2014-PresentPolytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon Branch
Garita-B, Maragondon, Cavite
Bachelor of Science in Electronics ; Communications Engineering
2010-2014Langkaan 2 National High School
R5 Cityhomes Resortville Langkaan 2, Dasmariñas City, Cavite.

AFFILIATION
Institute of Electronics Engineers of the Philippines – Cavite Student Chapter
2015 – Present Member
Junior Institute of Electronics Engineers of the Philippines – PUP – MB
2014 – Present Member
PERSONAL INFORMATION
Date of Birth: September 9, 1997
Place of Birth: Commonwealth, Quezon City
Age: 19 years old
Sex: Male
Height: 5’4″
Weight: 55 kg
Religion: Iglesia Ni Cristo
Civil Status: Single
Citizenship: Filipino
Languages: Tagalog , English
Father’s Name: Jovencio W. Rojas
Occupation: Newspaper Delivery Man
Mother’s Name: Imelda B. Rojas
Occupation: Housewife
SEMINARS ATTENDED
2016 SeptemberMICROCONTROLLER WORKSHOP
JIECEP, Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon
STRUCTURED CABLING
JIECEP, Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon
July NAVIGATION AIDS
JIECEP, Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon
BASIC AUTOCAD AND 3DS MAX ARCHITECTURE
JIECEP, Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon
REFERENCES

Engr. Loida T. NueraArea Coodinator, JIECEP
Naic, Cavite
09054955822
Engr. Lirio A. AmbuloECE Professor
Naic, Cavite
09279599849
Engr. Rosalia P. PinlacECE Professor
Maragondon, Cavite
09088747465
I hereby certify that all information given above are true and correct to the best of my ability and knowledge.

.

JOEMEL B. ROJAS

5524500446232Chris Michael V. Santillan41 Hugo Arca Street Biwas, Tanza, Cavite
+639397381601
[email protected]
EDUCATION
2014-PresentPolytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon Branch
Garita-B, Maragondon, Cavite
Bachelor of Science in Electronics & Communications Engineering
2010-2014Tanza National Comprehensive High School
Daang Amaya II, Tanza, Cavite
AFFILIATION
Institute of Electronics Engineers of the Philippines – Cavite Student Chapter
2015 – Present Member
Junior Institute of Electronics Engineers of the Philippines – PUP – MB
2014 – Present Member
2016 – Present Executive Officer
2016 – Present Class President
PERSONAL INFORMATION
Date of Birth: March 8, 1998
Place of Birth: Tejero General Trias, Cavite
Age: 18 years old
Sex: Male
Height: 5’7
Weight: 50 kg
Religion: Christian
Civil Status: Single
Citizenship: Filipino
Languages: Tagalog , English, BisayaFather’s Name: Miguel D. SantillanOccupation: On-call Driver
Mother’s Name: Rosalie V. SantillanOccupation: Housewife
SEMINARS ATTENDED
2016 SeptemberMICROCONTROLLER WORKSHOP
JIECEP, Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon
STRUCTURED CABLING
JIECEP, Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon
July NAVIGATION AIDS
JIECEP, Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon
BASIC AUTOCADAND 3DS MAX ARCHITECTURE
JIECEP, Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon
REFERENCES

Engr. Loida T. NueraArea Coodinator, JIECEP
Naic, Cavite
09054955822
Engr. Lirio A. AmbuloECE Professor
Naic, Cavite
09279599849
Engr. Rosalia P. PinlacECE Professor
Maragondon, Cavite
09088747465
I hereby certify that all information given above are true and correct to the best of my ability and knowledge.

Chris Michael V.Santillan5219700495300Mark Joshua T. SabioBrgy. De Ocampo, Trece Martires City, Cavite
+639364422732
[email protected]
2014-PresentPolytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon Branch
Garita-B, Maragondon, Cavite
Bachelor of Science in Electronics ; Communications Engineering
2010-2014Tanza National Trade School
Paradahan 1, Tanza, Cavite
AFFILIATION
Institute of Electronics Engineers of the Philippines – Cavite Student Chapter
2015 – Present Member
Junior Institute of Electronics Engineers of the Philippines – PUP – MB
2014 – Present Member
PERSONAL INFORMATION
Date of Birth: June 11, 1998
Place of Birth: General Mariano Alvares, Cavite
Age: 18 years old
Sex: Male
Height: 5’8
Weight: 62 kg
Religion: Born Again Christian
Civil Status: Single
Citizenship: Filipino
Languages: Tagalog , English
Father’s Name: Ferdinand B. SabioOccupation: Welder, House Painter
Mother’s Name: Rowena T. SabioOccupation: Sewer
SEMINARS ATTENDED
2016 SeptemberMICROCONTROLLER WORKSHOP
JIECEP, Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon
STRUCTURED CABLING
JIECEP, Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon
July NAVIGATION AIDS
JIECEP, Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon
BASIC AUTOCADAND 3DS MAX ARCHITECTURE
JIECEP, Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon
REFERENCES

Engr. Loida T. NueraArea Coodinator, JIECEP
Naic, Cavite
09054955822
Engr. Lirio A. AmbuloECE Professor
Naic, Cavite
09279599849
Engr. Rosalia P. PinlacECE Professor
Maragondon, Cavite
09088747465
I hereby certify that all information given above are true and correct to the best of my ability and knowledge.
Mark Joshua T. Sabio
380447410088757
5459326598170Joshua Adrian L. Pangilinan
18 Dandan St. Naic, Cavite
+639975734991
[email protected]
EDUCATION
2014-PresentPolytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon Branch
Garita-B, Maragondon, Cavite
Bachelor of Science in Electronics & Communications Engineering
2010-2014Cavite National Science HighschoolGarita-B, Maragondon, Cavite
AFFILIATION
Institute of Electronics Engineers of the Philippines – Cavite Student Chapter
2015 – Present Member
Junior Institute of Electronics Engineers of the Philippines – PUP – MB
2014 – Present Member
PERSONAL INFORMATION
Date of Birth: July 14, 1998
Place of Birth: Naic, Cavite
Age: 18 years old
Sex: Male
Height: 5’7
Weight: 50 kg
Religion: Christian
Civil Status: Single
Citizenship: Filipino
Languages: Tagalog , English, BisayaFather’s Name: Adrian A. Pangilinan
Occupation: Self-employed
Mother’s Name: Judy L. Pangilinan
Occupation: Housewife
SEMINARS ATTENDED
2016 SeptemberMICROCONTROLLER WORKSHOP
JIECEP, Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon
STRUCTURED CABLING
JIECEP, Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon
July NAVIGATION AIDS
JIECEP, Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon
BASIC AUTOCADAND 3DS MAX ARCHITECTURE
JIECEP, Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon
REFERENCES

Engr. Loida T. NueraArea Coodinator, JIECEP
Naic, Cavite
09054955822
Engr. Lirio A. AmbuloECE Professor
Naic, Cavite
09279599849
Engr. Rosalia P. PinlacECE Professor
Maragondon, Cavite
09088747465
I hereby certify that all information given above are true and correct to the best of my ability and knowledge.

Joshua Adrian L. Pangilinan
380447410088757
5516880517525291370010277680Christian Joy A. Añez
Brgy. Bucal, Tanza, Cavite
+639267010654
[email protected]
2014-PresentPolytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon Branch
Garita-B, Maragondon, Cavite
Bachelor of Science in Electronics ; Communications Engineering
2010-2014Tanza National Trade School
Paradahan 1, Tanza, Cavite
AFFILIATION
Institute of Electronics Engineers of the Philippines – Cavite Student Chapter
2015 – Present Member
Junior Institute of Electronics Engineers of the Philippines – PUP – MB
2014 – Present Member
PERSONAL INFORMATION
Date of Birth: May 21, 1998
Place of Birth: Marikina City
Age: 18 years old
Sex: Male
Height: 5’7
Weight: 50 kg
Religion: Roman Catholic
Civil Status: Single
Citizenship: Filipino
Languages: Tagalog , English, BisayaFather’s Name: Gualberto G. Añez
Mother’s Name: Ma. Norma A. Añez
SEMINARS ATTENDED
2016 SeptemberMICROCONTROLLER WORKSHOP
JIECEP, Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon
STRUCTURED CABLING
JIECEP, Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon
July NAVIGATION AIDS
JIECEP, Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon
BASIC AUTOCADAND 3DS MAX ARCHITECTURE
JIECEP, Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon
REFERENCES

Engr. Loida T. NueraArea Coodinator, JIECEP
Naic, Cavite
09054955822
Engr. Lirio A. AmbuloECE Professor
Naic, Cavite
09279599849
Engr. Rosalia P. PinlacECE Professor
Maragondon, Cavite
09088747465
I hereby certify that all information given above are true and correct to the best of my ability and knowledge.

Christian Joy A. AñezAppendix G
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