Student Attendance System Using Fingerprint

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Title: STUDENT’S ATTENDANCE SYSTEM USING FINGERPRINT TECHNOLOGY

by FARAHANUM BT MASRUNI (2004219959)

FACULTY OF INFORMATION TECNOLOGY AND QUANTITATIVE SCIENCES

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (Hons) IN DATA COMMUNICATION AND NETWORKING

Approved by the examining committee:

……………………………….. ( En. Syamsul Ariffin b Yahaya ) Project Supervisor

……………………………….. ( En. Farok b Azmat ) Project Examiner

MARA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY SHAH ALAM MAY 2006

CERTIFICATION OF ORIGINALITY

This is to certify that I responsible for the work submitted in this project that the original work is my own except as specified in the reference and acknowledgement and that the original work contain here in have not been taken or done by unspecified sources or persons.

……………………………………….. Farahanum bt Masruni 2004219959

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Alhamdulillah, praise to Allah s.w.t, the most gracious and merciful for giving me the strength and wisdom in finishing this research. At last after a period of time, I have completed my final year project. For this golden opportunity, first and foremost, I would like to express my hearties gratitude to my supervisor, Encik Syamsul Ariffin b Yahaya, my examiner, Encik Farok b Azmat and my coordinator, Encik Adzhar b Abd Kadir for their understanding, and professional way s in assisting and giving their encouragement, guidance, comment and ideas that are useful towards in the development of my project paper.

Very special thanks also to my dearest family especially to my parent, for being supportive and pray for me. Moreover, I am so thankful especially to Amir b Othman for helping me to accomplish this project successfully.

To all my friends, thanks you very much. Lastly, to those who have been involve direct or indirectly.

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