The idea of Bangalore University students being issued smart cards doesn’t seem to be going over too well with many university officials, according to an industry news report.
The proposed idea, which was discussed during a recent university meeting, was vetoed by more than half of the varsity officials and syndicate members.
Syndicate members claim that funds should go to things, such as improving the university’s drink water and improving facilities, not smart cards.
After being discussed for more than an hour the idea was finally approved. However, it may not be implemented until the university’s registrar of administration reads the file.
Until then, some officials are threatening to write to the state government over their opposing views for of the new plan. Something that may definitely stall the project, said a syndicate member.
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