Poor network coverage & uninterrupted internet connectivity hinder online classes: NSF

Poor network coverage & uninterrupted internet connectivity hinder online classes in Nagaland: Naga Students Federation (NSF)

Kohima, July 04 (NEx): The Naga students’ Federation owing to poor network coverage and slow internet connectivity in the state, addresses on the plight of students’ community with regard to online learning program which was introduced by the department of school education.

The Federation through a press release on July 3rd, appreciated the efforts by the department of school education Nagaland by launching the online learning program to keep the students engaged in the continuous process of education during the COVID-19 lockdown period.

The Federation took a strong note on the numerous complaints received by its grievances cell from district students, aggrieved parents and concerned citizens alike with regard to the online classes and poor network connectivity, where instances such as students being unable to login to the department’s website at the official portal and registration failure in the webpage itself among others are being experienced by the students on multiple occasions, NSF said.

The students’ Federation appealed the state government to immediately take measures on the issue and to direct the Telecom providers operating in the state to provide quality network coverage and uninterrupted internet connectivity in all the areas of operation within the state which has already costed the students’ community dearly and deprived the general populace of their paid services.

The timely intervention of the state government on the issue will greatly benefit the students’ community and rebuild the education sector which has been affected the most during this COVID-19 pandemic, said the release.

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