Computerized Grading System

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CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION
Overview of the current system

Computer world is now at our hands, this give improvement and development of all programs in the different agencies, in offices and in schools. Paper work become easy, computation is faster, record keeping and bringing out is fast. In schools, all works became easily fast to look at record, easily to reproduce student record. Since, computation of grades is one burden of the teachers, computerization made the answer in solving, in recording and computing students performances and achievement. The same is through in keeping records and forms incorporated in their work aside from guidance and advice. Computation of grades in school became easy for modern teacher but for tradition alone they found difficult but now no burden in recording, transmitting, giving the equivalent and the final grades for teachers who are computer literate, where time, effort and energy is minimized. This is the point of this study, to device a program in order to ease the computation of grades and ranking the students basing their subject’s performances. This is now the scenario and dilemma of Buenavista National High School. Now, with the technology which is to be developed, it will enable them to do more with less effort. The program will not continuously find way to improve and expedite the calculation of grades. The use of computer nowadays is necessary to replace the manual system that affects efficiency and effectiveness, accuracy and reliability

Statement of the Problem
* The manual computation of grades the Buenavista National High School. * Submitting grading sheets contains time consuming to prepare High School Card to deliver to Parents during Card Day. * Student’s records are sometimes lost and cannot be retrieved in case of any circumstances.

Desired State of Technology
The upgrading of the Buenavista National High School will facilitate the teachers in preparing grades, submitting grading sheets thus lesser time to prepare High School Card to deliver to Parents during Card Day. Effort is lessened due to immediate inputting of data to each student in their records prepared earlier in enrollment, thus gives automatic computation of the equivalence, summing up and multiplied to its percentage for the final grade. This device is for all teachers to record all the required data needed for the component on the grading system. The final grade comes out. This system is truly organized because all the required data is pre-programmed and settled and as a result, computation is facilitated and made easier and aside from this all records, data can be save and keep. For the student, in order to understand easily the grading system, the teacher explains the operation in the computation of their grades. Objectives

General Objectives
 
To have a base system of grade computation of the Buenavista National High School.

Specific Objectives
* To create a database module that will store all the grades that are inputted in the system. * To provide a computerized computation module that will compute the grades of the students. * The system will generate a progress/ report card for students that will lessen the time consummation.

Theoretical Framework
Inefficient, Slow processing, unorganized, in accurate

BNHS COMPUTERIZED GRADING SYSTEM

Computerized, effective, efficient, organized, faster processing and manageable system

Systems Theory
Inefficient, Slow processing, unorganized, in accurate

BNHS COMPUTERIZED GRADING SYSTEM

Computerized, effective, efficient, organized, faster processing and manageable system

Systems Theory
Theoretical Framework

Figure 1.0 Theoretical Framework based on System Theory
Systems theory was proposed in the 1940's by the biologist Ludwig von Bertalanffy (: General Systems Theory, 1968), and furthered by Ross Ashby (Introduction to Cybernetics, 1956). It is a transdiciplinary study of system in general, with the...
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