CBSE asks schools to go cashless from Jan

Nagpur: Starting January 1, all CBSE affiliated schools will have to start collecting fee in cashless mode, according to a directive from the central board. A very short and curt letter from board secretary Joseph Emmanuel to principals made it clear there isn’t going to be any wriggle room for schools. Emmanuel wrote, “with a view to reduce cash transactions at school, all CBSE affiliated schools shall introduce fee collection from students only online or through non-cash mode from the next quarter commencing from January 2017 onwards.” While the letter…

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Educational Institutes in Madhya Pradesh Go Cashless

Educational institutes in Madhya Pradesh will now adopt cash-free transactions for financial and business conducts said Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, in a meeting held on Tuesday. PR officer of Bhopal School of Social Sciences, Manju Mehta said that Rs.500 and Rs.1000 will not be accepted and students can make the online payments and to pay through Federal bank if any of the students want to pay in cash. Additional news regarding demonetization include announcements that all the students should make use of credit card or debit card and e-banking…

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The Educational Institutes In Gujarat Instructed To Go Cashless

tely, HRD Ministry was encouraging the educational institutes to go cashless. They also encouraged them to make people aware about the benefits of using digital methods. Following the same lines, the Gujarat education department also issued a circular and has instructed all the colleges to go cashless. This instruction has been given to all the colleges, whether it is a private college or a government college. A circular was issued to the deputy secretary, “The objective of the Union government is to promote a system of cashless transactions. In accordance…

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Educational Institutes in Madhya Pradesh Go Cashless

Educational institutes in Madhya Pradesh will now adopt cash-free transactions for financial and business conducts said Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, in a meeting held on Tuesday. PR officer of Bhopal School of Social Sciences, Manju Mehta said that Rs.500 and Rs.1000 will not be accepted and students can make the online payments and to pay through Federal bank if any of the students want to pay in cash. Additional news regarding demonetization include announcements that all the students should make use of credit card or debit card and e-banking…

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HRD Ministry for cashless transaction in Edu institutes

The HRD ministry is planning to encourage cashless transactions in higher educational institutions. Sources said that there is a thinking in the ministry that bodies like IITs and Central varsities should go cashless in their transactions. Earlier, in a bid to provide relief to people, ministry has advised educational institutions associated with it to not insist on draft and pay orders for payments but accept electronic transactions like RTGS, NEFT or cheques. According to sources, the ministry has also said that all educational institutions should prepare a roadmap for transition…

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