by June 1, 2011 0 comments

The Problem:: Manual registration involving lakhs of students and maintaining a database of colleges, courses, and university is time taking and difficult.

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The Solution: CGG has implemented an online recording system of students in post matriculate courses, to avoid delays and malpractices of any sort that more or less accompany manual recording. Known as ‘Electronic Payment and Application System of Scholarships’ the project covers nearly 25 lakh students every year and will allocate 3500 crore rupees through 5 welfare departments.

The Result: Students studying post-matric courses falling under family income rupees 1 lakh per can avail of maintenance fee, whereas the respective colleges will get the tuition fee. This open and always accessible system allows students to apply online for scholarship and enables the college to centralize the fee structure. After the application is filled, it is verified online and the money is transferred directly to the college and the student’s account.

It helps students by avoiding the needless discomfort involved in cooperating with college/ departments for scholarships.

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