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Mumbai University to get KIOSK machine soon

Wednesday, 4 June 2014 - 7:20am IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: dna

Students who don't have access to Internet and are unable to check Mumbai University's website for information, now have a reason to smile. The MU has decided to install KIOSK, in its Fort and Kalina campus that will provide all information to students.

The MU has brought five such machines, two for Exam house and two for Institute of Distance Open Learning in Kalina and one for Fort. Students can view information like announcements and information, admission information, eligibility and migration, time tables and teacher information, exam time table, examination centre, results, special lectures, seminar and conference. It can also be helpful for students to view campus map.

Mohan Kumar, in-charge of computerisation centre of MU, said, "If students have any query whose answers are not available on KIOSK, there will be a weblink through which student can post their queries and it would be answered later."

Dr MA Khan, registrar, MU, said, "Machines will be monitored wherever it will be kept. Students will not be charge to seek any information on it and soon by fortnight it will be started for students."

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