Andhra University’s Schools of Distance Education (AUSDE) is soon going to become digital with the help of Tata Consultancy Services (TCS).
In a recent announcement by the global IT services firm, it is revealed that the company has signed a definitive agreement with Andhra Pradesh varsity. The university offers various courses to a large number of students across the country.
Under the agreement, AUSDE will use the key services of “TCS iON” platform including student admissions, academic course content, examination management and regular administrative services.
The online services of AUSDE will enable students will to enroll, to access courses of their choice, pay fees, get their examination hall tickets and results, at a click of a button, revealed in a statement of TCS.
The comprehensive end to end online services provided by TCS iON Platform help an educational institution to digitise all its functions and services. Other solutions of the platform such as simplify learning, teaching and support processes help a university in becoming smarter along with achieving educational excellence.
Over 60,000 students currently enrolled with the AUSDE through its certificate, diploma, under graduate, postgraduate and professional courses.
“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 ontime without any deficiency,” said V. Ramaswamy, Global Head, TCS iON.
“We are delighted to enter into an agreement with TCS and be a part of the Digital India movement. Our plan ahead is to expand this initiative to the regular stream of education in addition to the distance education program,” said Andhra University Vice Chancellor G Nageswara Rao.
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