Mumbai University launches its mobile application — Mum e-Suvidha

Mumbai University Vice-Chancellor, Dr Suhas Pednekar, unveiled the application 'Mum e-Suvidha' at the University’s Fort campus.

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In an attempt to connect with its students and promote transparency, Mumbai University (MU) launched its new application, which in its first wave, will connect with more than 6,00,000 students from 791 colleges. The application was inaugurated by MU Vice Chancellor Dr. Suhas Pednekar and will assist the students in accessing different programs, educational schemes and timetables in just a click. 

The application also will help students to check their answer sheets which is expected to introduce transparency between the university and the students. 

Last month, there were talks about Mumbai University developing its mobile application. The application has been named Mum e-Suvidha and was inaugurated at Mumbai University (Fort campus) when Pednekar stated the plans for the academic year 2018-19.

The students can access the application by using their 16-digit Permanent Registration Number (PRN) and will have to get the password from their college. In case, if the student forgets his/her password, then he/she will have to go to the University's Digital University website and click on ‘Forgot Password’ after which a new password can be reset. 

Alongside, the Department of Information and Technology has developed a 360-degree tour of the Mumbai University campuses at Fort and Kalina which lets the users take a look at the various buildings at the campuses. The virtual tour is available on the university’s website. 

On the occasion, Vice Chancellor Dr. Suhas Pednekar appealed to all the colleges to help the flood victims of Kerala through donating any possible amount of money or help in kind. Similarly, he declared that all the Heads of the University have agreed to pay a day’s salary for the relief fund. 

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