Innovation with online admission process!

Why can’t our admission processes be innovative when our classrooms already are?

Why can’t our admission processes be innovative when our classrooms already are?

Today is an era of change!

Enter a classroom and you find kids using thumb impressions to confirm their attendance through a biometric system. Advanced calculators are almost mandatory. Kids write on digital notepads, watch events on projectors and even attend smart classrooms where they can make the most of the smartest technology available.

That’s great. But why such a divide in the entire system? Why does a classroom become smart driven by innovation while other aspects of the education stay primitive? Why aren’t admission processes more innovative than what they were?

We still live in a time where we are asked to stand in a queue with an application form to get enrolled. The schools face manpower and time issues but hog through it year after year. This can be solved and wasted efforts can be saved. How?

By having automated processes that need no man power at all! We live in a time of so much technological advancement that it touches our lives in an extremely pervasive manner. By getting the right system and a workable ecology in place, applicants and educational institutions both can save abundant resources.

By having an online system to file in applications, and then having that system help institutions view, shortlist and select candidates, the task becomes a cakewalk! Imagine how convenient would it be when you can just log in, spend a few minutes and get your admission done? If we adopt a system smart enough, we won’t just add ease to our lives but would also help in improving the education system!

Choose innovation, because education needs to be smart in totality!

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Neetesh Goswami

Neetesh Goswami is a IT professional and Founder of Dellstem Solutions Pvt Ltd. He has 10+ years of experience in IT sector. Prior to Founding Dellstem, he worked as Senior Software Developer in reputed IT Organizations in India.

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