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NOTICE FOR FINAL YEAR PROJECT IN 2017


All the students who have registered to the BIT final year project in 2017, MUST upload the scanned (pdf) version of their duly filled Client and Superior agreement forms to the VLE on or before 20th May 2017. Please note that the students who do not upload these forms to the VLE before the deadline will disqualify to continue to the project this year. Students are strongly advised to NOT to wait till last minute to upload these documents, because VLE response time may vary due to heavy access. No excuses are acceptable under any circumstances.

If you have any issues on accessing the project VLE, contact project coordinator via bitpro@ucsc.cmb.ac.lk. Make sure to having the VLE access before the deadline.



Project Coordinator / BIT Degree Program

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22-May 23-May 24-May 25-May 26-May 27-May 28-May
9AM-11AM 9AM-11AM 9AM-5PM 4PM-6PM 7PM-9PM 6PM-9PM 8AM-12AM



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8-11AM Full day free 7PM – 9PM 7PM – 9PM 8-11AM 8AM-5PM 8AM-5PM

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IT6105 - REVISED FINAL YEAR PROJECT SCHEDULE FOR 2017

Deadline (on or before)

Description

28th April, 2017

Registration for project & project evaluation (Pay Rs. 6,000 at the EDC on or before 28th of April, 2017)

20th May, 2017



Submission of the scanned version (PDF) of signed Supervisor Agreement Form and Client Agreement Form to the VLE

24th May 2017

Submission of the Project Proposal through the VLE (Submission will only be allowed if the payment is made before 28th of April, 2017)

7th June 2017
21st June 2017
5th July 2017
19th July 2017
2nd August 2017
30th August 2017
13th September 2017
27th September 2017
11th October 2017
25th October 2017
Submission of 10 Progress Reports through the VLE

16th August 2017

Interim Report submission through the VLE

8th November 2017

Submission of the project dissertation (PDF) through the VLE

November

Publication of project evaluation schedule on the BIT web site

November/ December

Project evaluation at the UCSC (Each candidate should bring one spiral bound copy of the project dissertation, CD with a copy of project software and a computer with all software installed and data entered.)

December/January

Feedback for dissertation corrections (through the BIT web site)

January 2018

Approval for dissertation corrections (payment of Rs. 1000 for resubmission, if applicable)



February 2018

Submission of Final Dissertation (One hard bound copy of the dissertation prepared according to guidelines described under Section 3.5) and one CD with a printout of its directory contents to the UCSC (see section 3.6)


This project schedule is given in Table 4.1 of the Project Guidelines. Refer the VLE for details and forms. All submissions have to upload to VLE on or before the specified deadlines. No postal or e-mail submissions will be entertained. Late submissions will not be accepted.

Any changes to this schedule will be notified in the BIT VLE.
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BE A PART OF THE KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY WITH A BIT @ UCSC
Taking into consideration the job opportunities that exist for ICT graduates in Sri Lanka & overseas, the UCSC (formerly Institute of Computer Technology) took the initiative to launch the External Degree (BIT) programme leading to the award of Degree of Bachelor of Information Technology (External) – BIT.

Having the most advanced training resources and experience in Sri Lanka in the field of ICT training, the UCSC conducts the Degree of Bachelor of Information Technology (External) programme. The UCSC conducts examinations leading to the first-ever External Degree in IT in Sri Lanka. The University of Colombo will award the degree.
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BE A PART OF THE KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY WITH A BIT @ UCSC
Taking into consideration the job opportunities that exist for ICT graduates in Sri Lanka & overseas, the UCSC (formerly Institute of Computer Technology) took the initiative to launch the External Degree (BIT) programme leading to the award of Degree of Bachelor of Information Technology (External) – BIT.

Having the most advanced training resources and experience in Sri Lanka in the field of ICT training, the UCSC conducts the Degree of Bachelor of Information Technology (External) programme. The UCSC conducts examinations leading to the first-ever External Degree in IT in Sri Lanka. The University of Colombo will award the degree.
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Inventory
Inventory includes a small business's finished products, as well as the raw materials used to make the products, the machinery used to produce the products and the building in which the products are made. In other words, anything that goes into producing the items sold by your business is part of its inventory.

Stock
Stock is the finished product that is sold by the business. In some cases, stock is also raw materials, if the business also sells those products to its customers. For example, a car dealership's stock includes cars, but also can include tires, engine parts or other car accessories.

Differences Between Inventory and Stock
While stock deals with products that are sold as part of the business's daily operation, inventory includes sale products and the goods and materials used to produce them. For example, the cars, car parts and accessories are sold during normal business practices, but the machines that run diagnostic tests on cars or the car lot itself are not. Inventory takes in account all of the assets a business uses to produce the goods it sells and determines the sale price for the stock. The stock determines the amount of revenue a business generates. The more stock that is sold, the higher the revenues.

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