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point system

[′pȯint ‚sis·təm]
(industrial engineering)
A system of job evaluation wherein job requirements are rated according to a scale of point values.
A wage incentive plan based on points instead of man-minutes.
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The increase in fines and black point system are good enough to bring down cases of misuse of disabled parking slots and drifting.
The Hyderabad traffic police implemented 12 Penalty Point System for Traffic Violations from August 1.
Al Zafin said that the white point system has proved successful and the numbers of ideal drivers who abide by traffic laws and honoured has increased by 700 per cent since the introduction of the white point system in the 2012.
Under the new point system, nursing homes and assisted living facilities would be assessed a point per unit, and campgrounds would be assessed a point per camp site.
A bonus point system indicates that nonresidents must apply for a random drawing to hunt in a particular unit.
Traffic safety experts believe that the point system will be a powerful deterrent for reckless drivers.
The white point system was first implemented in 2012.
If a point system blindly admits any and all immigrants that are educated, have capital, and are proficient in the language, without regard to what the labor market needs or can absorb, then a country runs the risk of frustrating those talented immigrants post-entry when they experience unemployment or underemployment.
The Bush Administration is reportedly among those advocating to replace or supplement the current legal immigration preference system with a point system that would assign prospective immigrants with credits if they have specified attributes.
In Nova Scotia, the federal point system determining eligibility is waived, and immigrants are granted landed status within a year or less.
MOTORING: Transport Minister John Spellar plans All-Ireland penalty point system
Supreme Court upheld the University of Michigan's use of race as a factor in its taw school admissions, but said a point system that gave a boost to minority applicants in undergraduate admissions was unconstitutional.