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Designing and Implementation of Smart Card Technology for the Students of Higher Education

  title={Designing and Implementation of Smart Card Technology for the Students of Higher Education},
  author={Abhishek Singh and A. Chopra and Mohammad Imran and Rahul Singh},
Digitization is the process of converting information into a digital format. The economy that is based on digital computing technologies is known as Digital Economy. The digital economy is also sometimes called the Internet Economy or Web Economy. Right now, in most of the countries, inside the people’s wallet, they probably have a couple of credit cards, an identification card, automatic teller machine cards (ATM card) and maybe a few other plastic cards. Without realizing it, these plastic… Expand

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