Online attendance system introduced at Sindh University

by Adeel Younas
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Sindh University

The management of University of Sindh, Jamshoro started the implementation of online student’s attendance system in the campus.

With the implementation of the newly introduced online attendance system, the minimum attendance of students for appearing in all the semester examinations has been fixed 75 percent, the university spokesman informed.

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With this computerized attendance system, the performance of faculty members, their presence in the class rooms, the attendance percentage of the students and the details of lectures could also be monitored on daily basis. In this respect, the Quality Enhancement Cell (QEC) of the University organized the launching ceremony in Video Conference Hall.

The event was chaired by the Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Imdad Ali and attended by Pro Vice-Chancellors, Focal Persons, Campus Coordinators, Deans of various Faculties and Heads of Departments.

The Director Quality Enhancement Cell Dr. Azhar Ali Shah briefed on the main features and functions of the computerized attendance system.

In his remarks, Vice Chancellor Dr. Imdad Ali highlighted the impact of student’s attendance on teaching and learning quality.


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