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JNU digitalises 8482 degrees, certificates

NEW DELHI: The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) claims to have digitalised 8482 degrees, diplomas and certificates of BA, MA, M.Phil and PhD scholars throughout its Schools and Special Centres awarded since 2014 onwards. It has uploaded a majority of these documents within the National Academic Depository (NAD).

The strategy of digitalisation started in May 2018, in keeping with JNU officials.

NAD is an initiative of the central executive to create a web based storehouse of all instructional awards.

All uploaded degrees within the NAD depository have photographs and other related main points of students inscribed on it. A distinct feature of the NAD framework is that it respects the privateness of the knowledge and gives a 24x7 virtual on-line system for lodging, retrieval, authentication and verification of educational awards in virtual layout for the scholars and other NAD users.

Most importantly, it also validates and guarantees the authenticity of the educational award and ensures its safe storage.

"Jawaharlal Nehru University has been prompt in introducing this revolutionary move and started the process of digitalisation in May 2018. It is significant that from the year 2014 onwards, a total of 8482 diplomas, degrees and certificates of BA, MA, M.Phil and Ph.D students across all Schools and Special Centres have been uploaded by JNU in the NAD depository," learn the click release from JNU Rector II SC Garkoti.

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