Kerala University distributes e-halltickets online
Posted: 20 - November - 2008 at 08:09
For the first time in the state, a university has put in place a
system for online distribution of hall tickets. The hall tickets of
those examinations of the Kerala University with the governing part
computerised will be provided online.
In the first stage, hall tickets of all BTech and post-graduate
(semester system) examinations will be made available online with the
help of the System for Web Enabled Examination Transaction (SWEET)
software developed by the Kerala University Computer Centre.
Centre director V.Ajayakumar told that the model used for the online
distribution of hall tickets was similar to that of e-commerce
websites. Students or those at the University Computer Centre can type
in their own details. The college authorities can generate their own
hall tickets using these details, he said.
The online distribution of the hall tickets will be implemented from
the eighth semester BTech examinations beginning on November 25.
College principals can download hall tickets of eighth semester BTech
examinations from the website www.kucc.keralauniversity.edu beginning
Wednesday. These hall tickets can be distributed to students. The
college which are unable to download the hall tickets should report it
to the University.
Kerala University Computer centre had already modified its portal for
facilitating online registration to University examinations.
Around 50,000 passwords had already been issued. The following
categories can use the system now.
Students can enter their date of birth in dd/mm/yyyy format (10
characters) in the password column and enter the site. Candidates who
enter the site using their date of birth should set their own password
and confirm the password immediately after entry with date of birth as
password is granted.
Students can access the site for three purposes; for getting
individual results, for individual registration and for obtaining
transcripts. College authorities can use the site for two purposes;
for getting batch-wise results and for registering a batch of
Teachers can use the site to enter attendance data and mark details.
Internal assessment marks and attendance details are now sent to the
University by post or through a messenger.
University staff can use the site for entering data generated at
centralised valuation camps. This will further minimise the time
needed for publication of results.
Recruiting agencies are also given passwords to enter the site and
verify the genuineness of degrees submitted by job applicants.
The software for providing the above facilities has been designed and
developed by the University Computer Centre itself.
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