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Fatima Jinnah Women University new grading system interests audience

RAWALPINDI: A two-day workshop on “Evaluation of Student’s Performance: Revisiting the Grading Spread”, jointly organised by Quality Enhancement Cell (QEC) of Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU) and the University Examination Office, started on Thursday at the campus.

According to a press statement, a large number of faculty members and staffers attended the workshop. The implementation of new grading system, designed to evaluate the students, greatly interested the audience.

The workshop is aimed to introduce both theoretical understanding and hands-on-training to teachers for revisiting the existing spread of grading being practiced at the FJWU.

FJWU QEC Director, also Faculty of Law, Commerce and Management Sciences Dean, Prof Dr Naheed Zia Khan is resource person of the workshop. She elaborated significance of the new spread of existing grading system. She said the new spread would enable the teachers to mark the papers and evaluate the students’ performance justly and appropriately.

She said the FJWU was following the semester system and the criterion adopted to evaluate student’s performance was relative marking.
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