Using e-Governance in Managing Institutional Network of the University

S. Joshi, A. Seetha


The basics of education are that the facility of teaching and training should reach comfortably to the learners and to make them aware of the latest technological, professional developments in their areas of study. This paper tries to analyze the basic objectives of learner-centered education system where by means of egovernance the University and its associated institutions can deliver to their maximum capacity. This is based on a scheme initially introduced in the year 1995 by Makhanlal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Vishwavidyalaya, where it was conceived only to cater the needs of small number of associated institutions situated in a limited area initially. As the time progressed, the scheme grew and later emerged as the largest network of associated institutions in the country imparting higher education in the field of Computer Applications, IT and Media. This scheme is not only benefiting over 40,000 students per year situated mostly in the small and medium sized towns in the country but also emerging as prospective potential for providing placement and employment within and outside the system. This scheme has revolutionized the entire academic scenario. Many other universities have followed the pursuit and now they are also imparting education through associated institutions.