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Computerisation Comes to South Campus

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Computerisation has come to South Campus, Delhi University with the decision to make the documentation of administrative work fully computerised. The administrative work and teaching process will become paperless soon, promoting the use of networking within various departments.

Started two months back, this experiment aims to lessen the paper work and increase the efficiency. The computerised system will also ease the burden of staff members. To facilitate networking, the campus has also tied up with the computer centre in North Campus. The teachers in different departments will now be able to interact with each other via internet and other software.

Teachers would save commuting time and also help each other by sharing information through a web camera installed within the computer system. As South Campus is facing a faculty crunch, students can take e-lectures from those in the other campus. The campus also plans to develop a network wherein a few colleges can be linked via university computer networking and can deliver lectures to students.certain areas of the campus have also been made wi fi to enable students to access the internet anywhere in the campus. Even the hostels are a part of the campus' wi-fi zones.

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