- Khalti and APEN have joined the collaboration to allow Montessori schools to pay their renewal charges via the digital wallet
- The partnership allows 600 member Montessori schools to pay for their renewal and program charges and also allows willing institutions to pay for registration fees.
Further digitalizing its services, the Association of Pre-School Educators Nepal (APEN) has joined in collaboration with prominent digital wallet Khalti. The partnership allows the 600-member montessori schools to pay their renewal and program charges for free from the prominent digital wallet.
In addition, montessori who are willing to become a member of APEN can pay their registration fee directly via Khalti. The partnership also allows member preschool institutions to collect their payments online.
Khalti says the Montessori will also receive 500 SMS for free.
APEN is a non-profit organization that provides consultations and offers guidance to its associated Montessori schools. Similarly, it runs many orientation programs, and stage programs to motivate children, teachers, and principals of the member institutions.
It is registered at the District Administration, Kathmandu, and Social Welfare Council.
Khalti and APEN partnership allows the digital wallet to serve in the digital education system
Khalti CEO Binay Khadka said the partnership would digitalize the traditional payment system and help make financial transactions in the educational sector become more straightforward and secure.
He hailed the collaboration as a vital step to help in the digital education system with APEN.
Khalti is an elite mobile payment gateway licensed by Nepal Rastra Bank as a payment service provider.
Despite being just 6 years old, the digital payment system has evolved into a trendy, and innovative service provider in Nepal’s fintech industry. The company began its service in 2017.
Khalti boasts a strong 2.3 million+ customers with over 60 thousand agent networks. It allows utility payment, booking tickets to movies and domestic flights, as well as paying for online shopping, etc.
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