Awarding of grades has number of advantages over awarding of numerical marks. It considerably reduces inter and intra examiner’s variability in marking. It also takes care of imperfection of tools used for assessment. Statistical research in assessment techniques indicates that there is a possibility of variation of scores awarded to individuals to the extent of to 15%. Putting students of similar potential in same ability bands (grades) automatically takes care of all these aberrations in assessment techniques. Lastly, it will reduce undesired and unsound comparison of small difference of marks
1) It reduces the competition pressure
2) By this, students can't do any wrong project, assignment etc. Because when this happen the student reduces there grade pts.
3) By this system, students are also conc enterate on sport & any other field. 4) It is responsible for the full development of the students. 5) In India we hears every day that any students are doing suicide By this system, the suicide cases is rapidly reduces almost finished.
For the student, the grading system lets them know how much they successfully were able to give the teacher of what they learned. For the teacher, if it is an objective system, it shows fairness to students and parents, for the school board, it shows a fairness doctrine and how well their employees are doing their jobs.
with grading, there will be no mad rush amongst students for percentages......as grading system puts a specific range of percentage in one category.
earlier colleges use to close admissions on, say 81.5, while a student with 81.4 woudn't get the seat.......which was totally absurd, but with the new rule, every student that gets similar grade, for eg., grade B (covering between 75 - 85 percent) has a chance of getting admission in the same college, and it depends on the college whether to take him or not, depening on other factors.... The grading of students would also take away the...