The faculties of engineering, pharmacy, law and education will be the first to use technology in the examination process for the upcoming October exams. The focus will be on online delivery of question papers.
On Monday, the university informed colleges about the changes in the exam delivery process. Colleges will need a high-speed printer, a special email address and a stable internet connection.
"We are concentrating on the professional courses this time," said S Deo, director of examinations at the university.
Following a series of engineering exam paper leaks in May, the university began sending question papers electronically. Papers were emailed, faxed and sent through time-bound web links for colleges to access online.