Andhra University goes digital on TCS iON platform

|June 20, 2017 0

INDIA: Andhra University School of Distance Education (AUSDE) will leverage the TCS iON Platform to transform itself into a digital university.

INDIA Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) today announced a definitive agreement with Andhra University to help transform the Andhra University School of Distance Education (AUSDE) into a digital university enabling easy access to its courses.

The AUSDE is offering Certificate, Diploma, Under Graduation, Post-Graduation and professional courses to over 60,000 students currently and the digitization of the university will help students to enroll onto and access courses of their choice, pay fees, get their examination hall tickets and also see their examination results, all of these, at a click of a button.

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As part of the agreement, AUSDE will deploy the TCS iON Platform to help bring online all key services offered by the University School including student admissions, academic course content, examination management as well as regular administrative services.

The TCS iON Platform supports in building smarter university campuses with solutions that simplify learning, teaching and support processes. The platform manages the Admission to Alumni life cycle of the student processes by providing a digital interface to the student.

V. Ramaswamy, Global Head, TCS iON said, “With AUSDE going digital using the TCS iON Platform, every stakeholder of the university will be able to engage with ease and be confident of getting the highest level of services on-time without any deficiency.  Streamlining of the university’s services will also ensure that the university can focus more on driving academic excellence amongst students without being distracted by regular administrative functions.”

G Nageswara Rao, Vice Chancellor, Andhra University said, “Considering the need of upgrading technology, online and web-based operations, we had set up a panel in November last year to decide and advise the university on the necessary steps to be taken. The proposal received from TCS to help the university go digital for assisting in general enquiries, admissions, pre-examination and post-examination activities was seen to be the right one in helping AUSDE transform. Our plan ahead is to expand this initiative to the regular stream of education in addition to the distance education program.”

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