JAVA Project On Project Allocation System in Eclipse

This is a free Java Project on Project Allocation System which is made in Eclipse IDE. This project can be very useful for your academic purpose.

Objective / Vision

A Project Allocation System where Admin can add / view / modify / delete Clients, Employee and Projects.

Users of the System

  • Admin
  • Employee

Functional Requirements

1. Admin

  • Add Client
  • Add Project
  • Add Employee
  • View Employee Details for Project
  • View Total Projects
  • View Client and project details

2. Employee

Tools to be used

  • Eclipse IDE

How to run the Project

  • Import the project in Eclipse IDE and run it.

Download Project

Project Allocation System ***Click here to download***

Aadil Shaikh

Information Technology Engineer, a Free lancer, passionate Blogger, a Web Geek, and Founder of AskDNerd.

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