Grading System

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Chapter 1
THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND
This chapter discusses the background of the study statement of the problem, statement of the objectives, scope and limitation of the study.

INTRODUCTION

As the technology arises, its become necessary to propose a system that can meet the changing requirements like grading scheme generator with class record management. It includes computerize and customizing class record. Computes the grade of the students and generates the high and low performers in the class.

Presently, the traditional and old way of computing grade
As new security threats evolve regularly, it become necessary to propose a system that can meet the changing requirements like radio frequency identification with SMS technology system. It includes easy updates, monitoring of default users and also scalability to integrate new users.

Presently, monitoring of the person entering and leaving the university becomes a major concern to its administration since its own population becomes larger and there are more people inquiring for admission and other interest. The purpose of this study is to examine the use of Grading Scheme Generator with Class record management to see if the benefits associated with their use outweigh concerns in managing the class record. For these purposes proponents will use three categories: (1) comfort, which is the duration of calculation and the ease of use. (2) Accuracy that minimal error rates such as clarity, consistency, measurability, and (3) Availability which is the portion of a potential user group who can use radio frequency identification for technical recognition purposes. Radio frequency identification is technological tools increase security, increase integrity of social programs such as, welfare, and eases the burden on individual who carry multiple forms of identification.

If this is implemented, the universities will achieve greater speed and accuracy with regards to grades of the students and the good management of class records.
Grading Scheme Generator with Class Record Management is a huge miles tone to the modernization of the universities. It offers technology that not all universities can afford, if this implemented, PUP Santa Maria Campus will be the pioneer of this technology from other universities and campuses.

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
The Polytechnic University of the Philippines-SMB Campus is located at km. 39 Sitio Gulod, Pulong Buhangin, Sta.Maria, Bulacan which provide good quality of education and produces graduates who are academically competitive. The University offers different degrees such as Information Technology, Department of Office Management Technology Accountancy, Civil Engineering, Hotel and Restaurant Management, Entrepreneurial Management, Secondary Education Major in Math and Secondary Education Major in Mathematics. The manual system of entering of the students and personnel entry in the campus is susceptible to intrusions and many aspects of problems concerns authorized entry. In manual system various personnel and students can go through the university using their ID and at times, any form of identification like registration form of students that’s why it is hard to monitor all the students’ entry to and exit from the campus. Moreover, the guidelines for entering the university was not strictly imposed, there are policy that was violated like tampering of I.D and borrowing of I.D as said by the administration staff and security personnel. In this way the problem presented can be prevented through the smooth flow of following the policy in terms of no I.D no entry for the students to be responsible. Thus, the proponents proposed the PUP-SMBC Student Monitoring System using Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) with SMS Advisory, to give a convenient and efficient process of monitoring and ensure the security of students of the university.

According to Dreck (2000), Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is a way for...
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