If you are a student, then you shouldn't just request a project.
You should show a little effor before we can offer to help you.
Now, if you have ideas or code, post them.
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I am not asking for the full project just for a concept that me & my partenrs will work on & I
don't want help on creating the project, just needed a concept.
I am new to this & not started studying about VB.NET.
Which will be started soon after 2nd April.
We havn't started project yet we first have to submit concept we will work on or before 2 April.
Then after training session of first 10 days project work will start actually.
I talked with my partener recently.
Who said me the project idea should be new not used
Some other people have got ideas:
1) Student Mgmt. System,
2) Library Mgmt. System,
3) Sales Mgmt. System,
4) Banking System,
5) CD Library,
& some more ideas...
I don't know how they will do it
Whatever ideas i got are:
1) Hospital Mgmt. System:-
It contains record of Doctors, Nurses, Patients, available wards, machinary available.
2) Mobile Billing System:-
It keeps record of customers who have paid bills today, days before, Who has due bills, etc.
3) Item Purchase System:-
It keeps record of how many, which, who purchased items today. It adds token points for
registered customers as per their expanses.
There are more ideas will be clicked soon but still this are not chosen by anyone I know
Might be if someone chooses one will be removed.
I haven't talked with my teachers since they are not availble till 2nd April because of exam
schedule. So there is noone to guide me just giving a concept.
How about scanning different programming forums and charting staticstics on:
1) Assumptions on what's being taught in universities based on content of questions being asked.
2) Assumptions on what are still hot academic languages
3) Assumptions on assignment types ("prime numbers", "calculators", "abc management systems", etc)
4) Assumptions on biggest programming problems facing those who will publicly ask about them.
Of course, you could narrow it down by date range and pick the top forums based on use or membership.
This would require a lot of page parsing for relative and relevant content.