The Covid-19 pandemic has had a major impact on education – both positive, as well as negative but these changes, have also highlighted the promising future of learning. Today, the need of the hour is to accelerate changes in modes of delivering quality education through the use of digital resources.
Admissions are being put on hold by many big universities, and various exams are canceled or postponed due to the pandemic. In the midst of this challenging environment, Learning spiral successfully managed the online admissions of 9 IIMs through their online application engine UCanApply. The company was entrusted with the task of deploying the Online Application Registration & Admission system for CAP 2021 including management of required AWS hosting and services. Their admission management system UCanApply was successfully used for managing more than 30,000 applications for admission for the nine IIMs namely IIM Bodhgaya, IIM Jammu, IIM Kashipur, IIM Raipur, IIM Ranchi, IIM Sambalpur, IIM Sirmaur, IIM Tiruchirappalli & IIM Udaipur.
Learning Spiral offers services and solutions geared towards the effective management of applicants and an online examination system. Their online application engine UCanApply routinely processes more than 15+ Crores worth of admission applications. Their products can also help meet your needs for a Digital transformation of the way you manage Student, Academic & Examination processes.
Commenting on this, Manish Mohta, MD – Learning Spiral said “It was an honor to successfully manage online admission processes for 9 IIMs during the pandemic. We are on a mission to reduce the time to manage student, academic & examination processes for India’s Higher Education Sector by 50%. This time is better spent by our academicians in imparting stellar learning to the Indian youth. The digital enablement of the admission process for the IIM’s was done in a very short time in line with this ethos. The lockdown and social distancing have pushed users to experiment with various digital solutions, some of them by choice while others due to compulsion by Indian Higher Education Institutes. This is a trend likely to continue in the future.”