JAIN Online and CertOnce Partner to Offer Blockchain-Secured Degrees for Graduates

Telugu super news,Hyderabad 9 January 2023: JAIN Online, the e-learning arm of JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), makes its foray into the digital credential system by associating with CertOnce to unveil Blockchain Secured Degrees for its inaugural Jan 2021 batch of graduates. This initiative was launched at the felicitation ceremony held on Saturday, 6th January, to commemorate the accomplishments of the Jan 2021 batch learners from across the country.

The felicitation ceremony witnessed the presence of Dr. Chenraj Roychand, Chancellor – JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), Dr. Raj Singh, Vice-Chancellor JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), Pawan Khurana, COO of CertOnce, along with faculties and learners of JAIN Online.

The partnership between JAIN Online and CertOnce aims to establish a robust document gateway using dedicated blockchain-secured certificates. This initiative not only offers real-time verification but also marks a pivotal stride toward sustainability by minimizing paper usage. These blockchain-secured degree certificates guarantee their global acceptance, instant verification, and seamless online sharing while maintaining their tamper-proof nature and upholding the integrity and security of digital credentials.

Dr. Chenraj Roychand, Chancellor JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) and founder of JAIN Group said, “JAIN Online is proud to be India’s first educational setup to introduce blockchain-secured degrees. In today’s landscape, digital certificates are indispensable as they offer multiple layers of assurance, flexibility, validity, trust, and reliability for students, institutions, and businesses alike. This forward-thinking initiative is a reflection of JAIN Online’s commitment to excellence and innovation.” 

“The completion of the Jan 2021 batch of JAIN Online, together with this historic partnership with CertOnce, is a moment of immense satisfaction for me. JAIN Online stands as a huge support system to our reputed JAIN Group’s 30+ years of academic legacy. As we set our sights on future batches, we are brimming with optimism and aspire for their equal success and excellence. JAIN Online will unwaveringly continue its journey toward academic excellence, innovation, and inclusive access in the online education sphere,” Dr Roychand further added.

Dr. Raj Singh, Vice-Chancellor JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), said, “I want to express my heartfelt thanks to CertOnce for this forward-thinking collaboration. Technology has empowered students by mitigating vulnerabilities and securing their credentials. As we play our part in aiding learners, we are delighted to introduce blockchain-enabled degree certificates. These certificates will make it easier for learners to access them and streamline verification processes for their potential employers. I want to convey my sincere best wishes to our inaugural batch as they embark on their future endeavors. Their outstanding performance and willingness to tackle challenges using a multi-faceted approach have been truly commendable. I heartily thank all our skilling partners for their invaluable support in facilitating seamless live online sessions for remote learners and working professionals.”

Pawan Khurana, COO of CertOnce, said, “We are excited to collaborate with JAIN Online in this pioneering initiative. Making the course look like a luxury program was important for us to stand out in a crowded market. Where the institutions are distributing degrees, we have been able to create a great student experience using CertOnce’s blockchain-secured certificates. Together with JAIN Online, we are setting a strong example for other institutions to follow in adopting blockchain-based solutions better to serve the needs of online learners and faculty alike.”

CertOnce, a US-based multinational company specializing in digital records management solutions, offers state-of-the-art blockchain-secured digital records and ensures unmatched security against tampering. Their expertise spans across diverse sectors to safeguard educational, government, workplace, and health sector related digital credentials.

Leave a Reply