There are many number of polygon in my study area and in each polygon I have 16 points available.Is there any way to get multiple value of points to a single point.
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If you use the tool "spatial join", you an join the attributes of the points to your polygon. Doing this, select the ONe_TO_ONE option and you will be able to merge the attributes of your points. One of the merge rules is "mean", so this is what you need to get the mean of the attributes of the points in each polygon.
The second step is to create a single point. If you have an advanced licence, you can simply use feature to point. Otherwise, you need to add two fields and use the field calculator on your polygon, with calculate geometry for the coordinates of the centroid. Finally, use "make XY event layer" and you have your single point.