Delhi University uses Amazon Web Services to drive process automation through Samarth eGov
- The suite provides universities with an automation engine to migrate traditional and paper-based third-party enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems.
- The move will help universities save at least four billion trees, said
Rahul Sharmaregional manager, public sector – AISPL, AWS Indiaand South Asia.
- Open source will provide the flexibility to process more than 7.6 million student admissions applications.
Amazon Cloud Services Division
Samarth eGov is an open-source and secure process automation e-governance platform used by various universities and higher education institutions (HEIs) in India.
AWS claims that this source has been adopted by at least 200 universities and higher education institutions in India, including more than 40 central and state universities and over 100 colleges. The company plans to cover more than 500 HEIs by 2023.
The move will help universities save at least four billion trees, said Rahul Sharma, Regional Manager, Public Sector – AISPL, AWS India and South Asia.
“The education sector in India is adapting to the post-pandemic era where student expectations are rising and changing, and engagement between students, administration and faculty should increasingly be focused on digital,” added Sharma.
The Samarth eGov suite provides universities with an automation engine to migrate traditional, paper-based third-party enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems to a secure platform that helps automate digital processes and workflows.
The suite provides over 40 software modules covering academics, administration, student services, human resources, governance, accounting and finance as a cloud-based service for central and state universities, HEIs and technical institutions in India.
Open source will provide the flexibility to process more than 7.6 million student admissions applications, manage more than 600,000 faculty and staff recruitment applications, and manage more than 7.5 million student records. students nationwide.
Students can also access basic course information, selection criteria, registration, admission and fee payment online. Educational institutions can also improve student outcomes by automating processes such as managing instructional schedules and freeing up time for educators to focus on teaching activities such as providing personalized lessons based on student performance.
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