Ways to Go Digital While Preparing for NEET & MHT CET 2017

Amid the huge cash crunch triggered by the nationwide demonetization of Rs. 1000 and Rs. 500 notes, students have mixed views and opinions. There are several universities and colleges that have already started cashless transactions through eWallets and other modes of payment. The concept of smart cards is of great help for students to go cashless in this dire time, when the nation needs to be united and work out best solutions using the digital technology.

While there are varied opinions about the Prime Minister’s sudden decision, we have supporters and opponents alike. Nonetheless, it can be said that demonetization, though difficult in the beginning, should not have major implications on the education system or the upcoming MHT CET 2017 and NEET 2017 examinations.

StudMonk would love to offer its support to all students preparing for entrance exams with some useful tips. Listed below are the study aids available online, which can be leveraged in the times when cash transactions are tough.

  • Live Lectures: Live lectures are running online at a definite time in online coaching centers. To be a part of these lectures, you don’t have to pay through cash. You can simply use your online banking mode of payment or choose any of the subscribed wallets for payment. You can also make notes during the live video sessions.
  • Books/Study Materials: Subject-wise MHT CET 2017 study material can also be chosen by paying online. There are many websites that allow payment modes like Debit Cards, Credit Cards, and IMPS etc. for reference material.
  • Video Lessons: You can take video lessons for MHT CET 2017 as many times as you want by paying online. Pay once for a particular video lesson and watch it several times for preparation.

Different Payment Options during Demonetization

The HRD Ministry is preparing to encourage all educational institutions and coaching centers to offer cashless transaction facility to students. It is not just a way of creating awareness, but also to ensure that students can learn about digital ways of making payment.

Go digital when preparing for NEET & MHT CET 2017

Go digital when preparing for NEET & MHT CET 2017

Demonetization does not mean that our daily needs cannot be met; it means that we are marching towards a better future with digital payment being of primary importance. It’s time to know your options before MHT CET 2017 and NEET 2017, so that you can have hassle-free payments for all your education needs.

  • eWallets: Electronic wallets are a great aid during this period of demonetization. It is safe to maintain your money in the e-wallets and use the same for paying your bills and coaching class fees. Download the eWallets on your smartphones and use them with ease. Some common examples are FreeCharge, Paytm and MobiKwik.
  • Bank Apps: Almost all the leading banks have their personalized apps for mobile use. Download any of the apps from the app store and use it for paying your daily bills and fees. You can also use Debit Cards and/or Credit Cards for making payments.
  • NEFT/IMPS/RTGS: Bank customers can also use Real Time Gross Settlement or RTGS to transfer funds online.
    • NEFT is an online payment mode that can be used for payments less than Rs. 2 Lakhs
    • RTGS is an online payment mode that can be used to make payments of any amount from Rs. 2 Lakhs to Rs. 10 Lakhs.
    • IMPS can be done for instant payments 24×7, any day for real-time transfer. Nowadays, most banks allow IMPS, including SBI, ICICI, Axis Bank etc. You can make these payments either by having the registered mobile number or the IFSC code of the person whom the fund transfer is to be done.

Studmonk offers a feasible opportunity to students to study online and prepare for MHT CET 2017 and NEET preparations. Study materials available with Studmonk can be accessed online simply by downloading an app on your Android Phone. Save your time by solving test papers, while standing in the bank queues.

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Bhavana Singh

Bhavana Singh

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Bhavana has been helping IIT JEE, NEET, MH CET, BITSAT and other competitive & entrance exam aspirants through her writing. An author & blogger by profession and avid traveler by heart, she is working in the capacity of a Lead Content writer at StudMonk, to define content writing & marketing strategy and deliver error-free content.
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