Computerized Grading System

2394 Words Sep 6th, 2012 10 Pages
CHAPTER 1

THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND

Today, many colleges and universities still use automated system in daily life. But there are so many schools are still using manual system. Grading System is the most commonly used in computing and analyzing the performance, talents and skills of the students. It is the important record to keep even for the longest time for the referral and credentials of the student to enter their next level of attaining their goals. Grading System for Data Accuracy will help a lot in the part of teachers, school, administration and as well as the security of data of students.

The proponents attempt to develop a Grading System that may eliminate the word “manual”. Another feature is the
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3. Statement of the Problem

The proponents aim to develop a Computerized Grading System for St. John Technological College of the Phils. Specifically, the study seeks to answer the following:

1. How Computer-based Grading System done at the St. John Technological College of the Philippines?

2. What are the problems encountered by the students and teachers in the current Grading System?

3. What design of a Computer-Based Grading System may be proposed?

4. What are the chances that a Computer-Based Grading System may be implemented?

4. Scope and Limitation

This system has a file maintenance that can view subjects, search grades, compute, and also it can add, edit, search grades, compute, and also it can add, edit, delete and update of the students records. The instructor can only access the file maintenance of the students.

The proposed system cannot access the system to other programming language. It is not online based system.

The Computerized Grading System offers more than just a class card function, encoding of students’ personal data and issuance of summary grading sheets which include the grades of the students. The system will lessen the work especially of those within the instructors because the grades will be stored directly into a database. Users from the department would be able to access

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