MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
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KALIDAS.V.D
Bachelor of Engineering
IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
M.S.ENGINEERING COLLEGE
BANGALORE - 562157




ABSTRACT


A management information system (MIS) is a system or process that provides the information necessary to manage an organization effectively. MIS and the information it generates are generally considered essential components of prudent and reasonable business decisions.

MIS is viewed and used at many levels by management. It should be supportive of the institution's longer term strategic goals and objectives. To the other extreme it is also those everyday financial accounting systems that are used to ensure basic control is maintained over financial recordkeeping activities.

GOAL

Contribute to a better understanding of organizations, communities and clients. An institution's MIS should be designed to achieve the following goals:

• Enhance communication among employees.
• Deliver complex material throughout the institution.
• Provide an objective system for recording and aggregating information.
• Reduce expenses related to labor-intensive manual activities.
• Support the organization's strategic goals and direction.

OBJECTIVES

To stress the importance of Management Information Systems in keeping records of
services provided by Community based organizations

PURPOSE

Understand the basics of management information system (MIS) familiarize with the
stages of development of a simple MIS and its applications.

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
"An integrated user-machine system for providing information to support operations, management and decision making functions in an organization. The system utilizes computerized and manual procedures; models for analysis, planning, control and decision making; and a database."
A management information system (MIS) is a computer-based system that provides the information necessary to manage an organization effectively. An MIS should be designed to enhance communication among employees, provide an objective system for recording information and support the organization's strategic goals and direction.


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CONCEPT OF MANAGEMENT IONFORMATION SYSTEM (MIS)

CONCEPT OF MANAGEMENT IONFORMATION SYSTEM (MIS)
2.1 INRODUCTION
The term MIS can be defined as an efficient and purposeful system which has the capacity to provide all levels of management, a timely, prompt, accurate, and reliable information. It is system and as such consists of a network of computer parts developed to improve a flow of information to the decision maker. It regards organization as a system in which the flow of information is scientifically designed.
To understand the concept of MIS, we should understand each of the following terms.
2.2. MANAGEMENT
Management is the process by which choices are made and action taken. It is the processing, deciding in any situation. It comprises the process or activities that describe what managers do in operating an organization: Planning, Organizing, Initiating, and Controlling operations.
These activities include:
1. They plan by setting strategize and goals selecting the best course of action to achieve plan.
2. They organize the task necessary for the operation plan.
3. Set these tasks up into homogenous group.
4. Assign authority deletion, and control the performance of the work by setting performance standards avoid deviations from the standards.
2.3. INFORMATION
It is something which managements expect to know at a given time. Information is not data, the data comprises of information which may be of little or no consequence to management. Data is something used as basis for discussion, decision making, calculating or measuring. For example, data might be the number of the students in each level of each program in a department of an institution. When this data is processed, it can be converted into information. The effectiveness of any information is dependent on the timing and content of information presented and management action. The need for management information can be conveniently categorized into the following three main areas.
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