Khalti Collaborating with BIMAN to Digitalized Educational Services

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Along with pass of time, service facilities in all areas are becoming smart. The digital system has taken a huge leap in financial transactions as well. In the educational field, students, parents and the school, college itself have to perform numerous tasks and activities on a daily basis along with teaching, out of which critical task is taken as fee management. Generally, from the time a student is enrolled, the subject of fee comes into consideration till the end of their studies.

Taking these things into account, digital wallet “Khalti” and BIM Association of Nepal (BIMAN) are accompanied to commence with ‘Khalti-Digital Educational Service’. In this regard, an official partnership has been signed between the two organizations.

Massive parents are facing countless problems regarding fee management such as carrying bulk amount of cash with them, forced to take leave from job and wait in queue at banks, academic institution for hours just to pay fee. Ravins Pokharel, the enthusiastic Khalti Officer, says that beside problems faced by students, the academic administration are also struggling with these issues, where human resources need to be hired, hectic time, hassles, and due to hand-to-hand money transactions, there is a severe risk of disease transmission (for instance Covid-19), chances of note tearing and some fake money transactions which ultimately creates complication in any institution.

Niraj Karki, Business Head of the Khalti organization, said that to mitigate such problematic issues, Khalti will provide necessary digital service facilities in the educational sector. “We are assured that the way we have created the system for our digital school, college will have a 100 percent optimistic effect.”

BIMAN (being an educational institution related to information technology management), President Suraj Bhattarai, said that this organization has been working to encourage the use of technology since its establishment. “We believe that this collaboration with Khalti will result educational institutions, students and parents to perform tasks associated with the institution easier and comfortably than before.

What is a Khalti-digital educational service?

Under the Khalti-digital educational service, any educational institution can directly create their payment profile on Khalti’s app, web and online platform and easily design customized payment according to their institution including admission fee, monthly fee, and examination fee. Along with easy payment, free sparrow SMS system, result system and bulk top-up, corporate account for bank transfer and Khalti  to Khalti transfer, QR system will also be introduced, as informed by Khalti Officer, Ravins Pokharel.

Also, this service is easy to use. If any educational institution contacts Khalti with its company registration certificate, PAN or VAT certificate and official logo, the rest of the process will be carried out from Khalti. Similarly, Rojina Chaulagain informed on behalf of Khalti that there is no charge for integrating Khalti’s digital school college system.

Similarly, Arbind Shah, the Co-founder of Khalti, also says that the company is constantly striving to make the educational sector technologically more advanced and accessible. He also adds that another prioritized motto of Khalti is to customize the system as per the format of colleges and universities.

So far, St. Xavier’s, Global Management, St. Mary’s, Motherland, Hetauda School of Management and other schools and colleges have joined Khalti. It is said that they have also digitized their system by taking the service of Khalti.

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