An Online Car Loan Management System CS619 Final Project Fall 2018 

An Online Car Loan Management System
Project Domain / Category
Web Based
Abstract/Introduction
This is a web based Management System for XYZ Bank. Details regarding the different users involved in the system and the functions which they can perform are given below
Functional Requirements:
Following are the users of this system. Each user except “Visitor” has to log in first, to use the system.
 Visitor
 Bank Manager
 Car Dealer
 Admin
Responsibilities and functions of each user are given below:
Visitors:
1. There can be multiple visitors. The visitor can access 5 editable (Drop Down List) and 4 non-editable contents:
a. Editable
 Car Company
 Car Name
 Installment Years
 Advance Deposit
 Car Delivery (in months, as charges will apply if the consumer needs the car earlier)
b. Non-Editable
 Processing Charges (Separate for each car)
 Estimated Tax (Separate for each car)
 Users Income estimation Charges
 Documentation Charges
 Monthly Installment
Bank Manager:
1. Bank manager can access 4 editable and 3 non-editable contents:
c. Editable
 Processing Charges (Separate for each car)
 Estimated Tax (Separate for each car)
 Users Income estimation Charges
 Documentation Charges
d. Non-Editable
 Managers Name
 Managers Bank Branch
 Managers Email ID
 Car Dealers Name
 Car Dealers Email ID
Car Dealer:
1. Car Dealer can access 4 editable contents:
 Car Company
 Car Name
 Car Price
Admin:
1. Admin is the power user and has the rights of each user. He can add/remove any Bank Manager and Car Dealer and their records such as name, branch and email id.
Proposed Tools: Java, Dotnet Framework, MySQL, SQL server etc
Supervisor:
Name: Shabib Aftab
Eamil: shabib.aftab@vu.edu.pk
Skype ID: shabib.aftab

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