JMI takes significant stride towards transparency and digitization, sets up NAD cell
New Delhi. : Responding to the clarion call of Digital-India by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, Jamia Millia Islamia(JMI) has yet again taken a stride towards digitization of academic institution by making degrees of students available on government portal i.e. DigiLocker.
JMI Vice Chancellor Prof. Najma Akhtar has ordered for the establishment of a full-fledged National Academic Depository (NAD) Cell at the Office of the Controller of Examinations (CoE). The initiative of the university NAD cell is aimed to bring transparency and speed up the process of verification. The NAD cell is all geared up to upload degrees of undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD programmes.
The Vice Chancellor has expressed her happiness on the development and lauded the Office of the Controller of Examinations. She wished the university to play a pioneering role in the digital campaign in the academic Institutions. She has also advised students to register at Digilocker portal to view their credentials.
Prof. Akhtar further informed that NAD cell has published all the degrees of undergraduate, postgraduate programmes of Session 2016-17 and Session 2017-18 on NAD Portal.
JMI has registered for the Academic Bank of Credit (ABC) scheme of the Government of India which is a milestone for implementation of New Education Policy (NEP). Thus JMI gets an important place among the best central universities who have published their data timely on NAD portal.
Nodal Officer and his team are working with dedication and assured that publishing of other credentials of the students on DigiLocker will be done at a fast pace.
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