What is Flexible credit system?

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A flexible credit system is an innovative form giving credits to a student where the person undertaking a course has varied ways to earn the complete set of Credits needed to clear the course. For example a student can choose the subjects he plan...
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Fully Flexible Credit System (FFCS) is gaining popularity among the higher education institutions across different nations slowly. FFCS would mean absolute flexibility for the students in choosing courses, credits and timing of the courses.


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This system, besides giving the students the choice of teachers, puts pressure on the teachers to excel, so that the largest number of students choose them

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This is a part of modern education system . if this system is implemented in India, then it will be good relief for students

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FCS provide students to plan not only their own time tables but also to choose interdisciplinary courses to develop multi- multidisciplinary skills.  Further, flexibility lies in selecting courses by the students according to their interest, career plan and capability. FCS is fully automated and students select courses and flexibility in choice for opting courses as well as time slots.

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A flexible credit system is an innovative form giving credits to a student where the person undertaking a course has varied ways to earn the complete  set of Credits needed to clear the course. For example a student can choose the subjects he plans to pursue in a given semester or can even look to select their teachers, i.e. professors who teach specific subject.

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