The Punjab government is considering introducing grading system by eliminating the numbers in matriculation and intermediate examinations in the province. According to the details, provincial Minister for Higher Education is preparing an initial framework in this regard. The purpose of change in the system is to eliminate the cramming system and promote analytical abilities among students. The change in system is aimed at getting rid of the academy mafia and to eliminate irregularities in the marks given in written exams and practical’s. Punjab Govt Replace Marks Grading System for Matric and Intermediate.
The Academy’s academy system and the academy are to eliminate the mafia mafia and eliminate the scope of the numbers in practical’s, practical examinations. Initially the marks and grading system will be implemented parallel and subsequently, the marking will be replaced by grading system.
Punjab Govt Replace Marks Grading System for Matric and Intermediate
Provincial Minister for Higher Education Raja Yasir Sarfraz Humayun had sought suggestions to eliminate corrupt and cheating mafia from the examination system and making it according to international standards. He agreed with the suggestion of relative marking system instead of absolute marking. Sources said that the average marks of all the students will be taken into consideration, and relative grades will be given accordingly.
According to education experts, the higher the number of candidates, the better will be the relative marking. Students will be given A+, A, B, C and D grades respectively. The grading system will eliminate the race for higher marks and students will do quality work instead of running after marks. This will improve the education system as well as secrecy of exams.