Impact of Grading System at a Glance of Higher Education in India

9 Pages Posted: 19 Nov 2014

Date Written: November 17, 2014

Abstract

The grading system is abolishing that teacher believes that most students will become even lazier and less motivated to do work and learn. Teacher is forceful by nature, if there is no reward for one's efforts, they may choose not to do the assigned work. On the other hand, the students who are already high achievers may find they learn better when they get feedback and actually try to learn new things, instead of trying to figure out how your teacher works in order to receive a number. By not grading, students would be more focused on the task at hand and learning something new, rather than trying to figure out what the teacher wants, or picking easier projects, to scrape every last meaningless mark out of the assignment. If students are not learning, then what is the point in doing the work anyways? This may cause some division within the classroom and may give rise to new difficulties or even conflict among the students.

Keywords: Grading System, Higher Education, Private universities

Suggested Citation

Sharma, Dr. Mohit, Impact of Grading System at a Glance of Higher Education in India (November 17, 2014). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2526795 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2526795

Dr. Mohit Sharma (Contact Author)

Shri Venkateshwara University ( email )

NH-24, 10 KM SO FAR FROM GAJRAULA
NEAR RAJABPUR
AMROHA, UTTAR PRADESH 244235
India

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