Decision Making in Internal Assessment

Authors : Vipanshi Chheda

Volume/Issue : Volume 4 - 2019, Issue 8 - August

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Decision making can be regarded as a problem- solving activity terminated by a solution deemed to be optimal or at least satisfactory. It is therefore a process of choosing what to do by considering the possible consequences of different choices. Continuous and Comprehensive evaluation was a process put into action by the Right to Education Act, of India. CCE was brought into action to evaluate every aspect of a student rather than marking him/her on the basis of only one aspect. The study for the paper was conducted on a total of 25 professors and 50 students of universities of Gujarat. For the purpose of the study, 2 structured questionnaires were administered upon the students and professors. The scale used for this study was Likert Scale. The expectation of results from the student’s perspective draws the inferences that internal assessment and external assessment both are equally important. A few new interactive and outcome oriented techniques like creating analogies, mind mapping, demonstrations, surveys, etc. should be included into the assessment system. Some of the students tend to not take their internals seriously because of the fact that they haven’t attended classes and don’t have a grip on the concepts, which in turn, results in them failing. To know the view point of students and professors, they were asked about their current internal assessment system and how the professors can include new strategies to make the assessment fun and outcome oriented. From the study that was conducted, inferences can be drawn that internal assessment and external assessment are an essential aspect to understand the student’s involvement in education during higher studies and also that the internal assessment system should be modified.


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