AU Fee Payment Goes Online

Published: 27th September 2014 06:07 AM  |   Last Updated: 27th September 2014 06:07 AM   |  A+A-

VISAKHAPATNAM: Andhra University (AU) is going totally online as part of its Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) initiatives, vice-chancellor GSN Raju has said.

Raju launched the ‘DD Cell Online Payment Services’ introduced by the University Computer Centre Friday. Speaking on the occasion, he said that students and other individuals could pay their fee and other charges online. He said every year about 42,000 Demand Drafts are being collected by the DD Cell.

The pre and post examination data processing, enrollment, hall-tickets, exam fee payment, nominal rolls, marks postings and processing of all activities are hereafter done through online. The university is developing e-class rooms and the central library would be integrated and connected to all college libraries. Besides, lectures would also be recorded and telecast for the benefit of students. Already, the university has introduced online pay slips and the facility would be extended to the pensioners soon, the vice-chancellor said.

Director, Computer Centre, Valli Kumari explained the activities of the centre.

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