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Student’s CGPA Versus Skill Comparison in Bipolar Fuzzy Soft Domain

Received: Sep. 03, 2023    Accepted: Sep. 19, 2023    Published: Oct. 12, 2023
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In the realm of education, traditional methods of evaluating students often fall short when it comes to assessing their true abilities and potential. Merely acquiring knowledge is insufficient in fulfilling the objectives of learning; it is imperative that students apply their skills and abilities effectively. The Bloom's Taxonomy, a renowned classification system, places a greater emphasis on the development of skills over the mere absorption of content. This research delves into the assessment of students, taking into account both their skills and the conventional CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average) system. This study introduces a novel approach by incorporating bipolar fuzzy soft numbers to establish a comprehensive ranking system. Bipolar fuzzy soft numbers provide a versatile and nuanced framework for evaluating students, considering not only their achievements but also their strengths and weaknesses. The research employs the bipolar fuzzy soft weighted arithmetic averaging operator to aggregate these multifaceted evaluations, resulting in a holistic ranking of students. The final phase of the study involves a comparative analysis of the rank list based on the conventional CGPA system and the one derived from the assessment of skills parameters. This comparison will shed light on the effectiveness of the traditional grading system versus a more skill-oriented approach, providing valuable insights for educators and institutions seeking to enhance their evaluation methods and better nurture their students' talents.

DOI 10.11648/j.ajam.20231104.12
Published in American Journal of Applied Mathematics ( Volume 11, Issue 4, August 2023 )
Page(s) 71-76
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Keywords

Fuzzy Set, OBE Learning Domain, Bipolar Fuzzy Set, Bipolar Fuzzy Soft Number, Fuzzy Soft Matrix

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