SRINAGAR: Central University of Kashmir (CUK) Vice-Chancellor Prof Mehraj ud Din Mir launched e-Governance System of the university at Green campus here on Friday.
In the first phase, two core modules of Academics and Store and Inventory Module were launched by the Vice-Chancellor.
Professors of the University, Registrar Prof Fayaz A Nikka, Dean Students Welfare Dr Syed Zahoor Geelani, faculty members and other functionaries of the varsity were also present on the occasion.
Speaking on the occasion, Prof Mehraj ud Din Mir said the main aim and objective of launching the e-Governance project was to improve the efficiency, better accessibility, increasing transparency, simplifying access to official information, minimising errors, sustained availability, cost and time saving.
He said during contemporary times, no institution or individual could remain aloof from the technological advancements, especially in Information Technology sector. Other departments of the university would be also included in the e-Governance module in near future, he said.
Addressing the gathering, Prof Fayaz A Nikka said the adopting of technological revolution was a good step and need of the hour. “The use of e-Governance will help in prompt delivery of services, especially to the students’ community,” he said adding that the university has made a huge headway by launching the e-Governance module.
Assistant Registrar ITSS Faisal Irshad conducted the programme proceedings while as Consultant IT Irfan proposed the vote of thanks.