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Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University Endeavoring To Become First Varsity to Go Paperless

SI Team
Thursday, January 22, 2015
SI Team
Online trend of teaching, learning and other paper works, which have started engulfing many colleges all over world, India is no far away from it. Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University (BBAU) is preparing to become the first university in the country to go paperless by switching over to online work. "We are going to be the first university in the country to go paperless. We are switching over to online work for most of the administrative and academic purposes," the central university's Vice Chancellor R C Sobti told. "Migration and provisional certificates and mark sheets would be made available online, biometric attendance and administrative work would also be started online, which will bring down the use of paper for academic purposes and other works of college by almost 50 percent," he said. The VC also said the university has embarked on the project with its own resources and UGC will be helping it. "Smart classrooms are also being developed and the medium of lectures would be e-content and audio-visual teaching. Also, Wi-Fi facility would be provided on the campus," he added.
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