Towards an integrated grading system

1 Flying high: Public university students can now look forward to honing their employability through the iCGPA, which is under the blueprint’s first shift of producing holistic, entrepreneurial and balanced graduates. - File photo2 Bring it on: Dr Malini said they would consider using the iCGPA system and was confident that INTI will be able to incorporate it seamlessly.3 Good practices: Dr Parmjit said the new system was not unusual to private higher learning institutions but that it is “definitely good practice to evaluate students beyond their academics”.4 Excellent concept: Dr Pradeep said the iCGPA, an integrated “transcript” which focuses on skills and activities which help make students more employable “is, without question, fantastic”.

With the introduction of the integrated Cumulative Grade Point Average (iCGPA) pilot project, the nation can soon look forward to more holistic and readily employable graduates.

PICTURE this – university graduates who perform in their studies and outside the examination halls as well.

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