Gurgaon, January 18th, 2018: Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University has collaborated with I-MADE to digitize “800 colleges” affiliated to the University. The I-MADE initiative will provide a customized mobile application to each college and provide faculty and staff access to academic and administrative applications including cashless campus, fee payment, e-notice board, news and announcements, student and staff email, faculty directory, anti-ragging.
As students, faculty and staff become ever more reliant on anytime-anywhere access through mobile technology, it is increasingly important for universities to offer their end users a mobile solution compatible with their intranet. The I-MADE Mobile App Platform is designed to accommodate the needs of these end users by offering requisite infrastructure to create functionalities pertaining students and faculty on campus.
Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University’s official mobile app can be downloaded from Google Play Store.
I-MADE is a program established in collaboration with Government of India, Department of Telecommunications. The goal of the I-MADE program is to help 35000 Indian colleges digitize their resources and processes to derive better student engagement and help facilitate information access to students on the go. It is also designed to provide students training on different aspects of mobile app development in order to encourage entrepreneurship with a goal of building 1 million mobile app start-ups some of which can eventually become Indian unicorns.
I-MADE is accepting applications from institutes. For more information regarding the application process please visit I-MADE.