BRACU launches mobile app for students
BRAC University (BRACU) on Thursday launched a mobile application for students, which is based on the Android mobile operating system.
BRACU Vice Chancellor Professor Syed Saad Andaleeb, with the click of a button, made 'BRACU Mobil' available on Google Play Store from Global Development Learning Network (GDLN) Centre of BRACU in the capital's Mohakhali.
Installing the app in their Android phones, students will be able to view their university-based profiles, which include grades, class and exam schedules, announcements, advices, the academic calendar, upcoming events, latest news, importants contacts, photos and videos of important events and even the daily menu of the university cafeteria.
The app will include a QR code scanner, a 'DSPACE' icon giving access to tonnes of institutional data from BRAC University Institutional Repository and a unique 'Push Notification' feature free-of-cost updates, especially that regarding nano satellite 'BRAC Onnesha' and its corresponding ground station.
A 'User Feedback' form is also accessible for further developments and BRACU is in the process of developing an IOS version of the app.