In the last article, we dealt with the major building blocks which attribute to the Flexibility of the Examination module. As we progress into the second version of the article we will have a brief idea about the Implementation of Examination module in real time. The additionally available grading systems: CCE, CWA & GPA helps to take the actual reports. Let’s go on a quick swivel of how these reports look like.
In strict adherence to the CCE grading system by CBSE, Fedena takes care of the creation of assessment via Subjective Assessment and Formative assessment for the overall evaluation of a student. One can create Term-wise Examinations and the respective Descriptive Indicators and Observation groups to get a full-fledged report of a student under the two major heads – Scholastic and Co-scholastic. The exhaustiveness of a report purely depends upon the parameters created by the user. After the required set of configurations are done, the exhaustive report can be generated.
CWA(Course weighted average) is one of the most widely used grading systems. Here the users have to assign credit hours to subjects. Then the marks scored by the student helps the system to calculate the final transcript by multiplying the score with the credit hours.
The only major difference between a GPA and CWA grading system is that the GPA uses grades instead of marks to calculate the final transcript. These grades can be created from the grading levels of Exam settings which will be used along with the credit hours to give us a decent report.
Normal Grading System
As mentioned in the last article, the Normal grading system is the generic grading system to fit into any model of the grading system. We can even connect the exams by assigning a different weight to each examination being held during the academic year. So may it be a Monthly test or a Half-yearly, we can assign each exam a different weight to get a final transcript.
What serves as additional perks to the reports are the amazing features in the Exam settings like the Grading levels, Class designations, and Ranking levels.
While the grading levels helps you to make an ala carte grading set for each batch, the class designation can give the final one-word result for the student’s score like First Class, Second Class, and Third Class or fail. Taking the evaluation to a whole new level the Ranking levels set up criteria to classify students by taking the marks scored in each of the subjects.
Being Equipped with a stock of all the above features, Fedena can help you to generate exhaustive reports of your choice, if the relevant features are used wisely.
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