As JK Students Demand 4G Internet, Govt Mulls To Launch 2G App For Online Classes


SRINAGAR: In the middle of the growing clamour for the repair of high-speed internet services for students of Jammu and Kashmir, the government is mulling to launch a brand-new 2G application to manage the low-speed internet issue for online classes among the trainee neighborhood.

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Better Connectivity: The trainees from a belt of Lachipora towns need to go uphill 2 km daily to handle much better connection for signing up with classes or sending their assignments. KL Image: Sheikh Mustafa

The government has actually said that it will launch a 2G app that will accommodate the issues being dealt with by the students perusing the online classes.

According to news firm KNO that in a current conference held by the Principal Secretary to Federal Government for School Education Department Asgar Samoon stated, “New 2G App to manage present low-speed internet problem for online classes amongst the student community, soon be launched throughout the Union Area (UT) of JK.”

He directed the Directors of School Education of both Jammu and Kashmir regions and Chief Education Officers (CEO’s) to stay ready for the wider promotion of the application.

Samoon stated this during a conference held on September-15 to examine the status of commitments made and direction provided throughout Project Approval Board (PAB) conference 2020-21 of Samagra Shiksha and Mid Day Meal schemes.

On the other hand, the students here have been requiring for the repair of high-speed internet services.

Among the trainees said, “In the name of education, the federal government has made a mockery of education in Jammu and Kashmir and instead of bring back high-speed web they just turning to different reasons.”

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Another trainee said. “Previously this year the federal government have adopted lots of techniques to streamline the online education system throughout COVID-19, however, a least of students were participating in the online classes due to low-speed internet.”

Pertinently, the government in the meeting likewise stated that the schools in Jammu and Kashmir re-open from September-21 for greater classes (9th to 12th) and schools might permit trainees to join the classes just after obtaining the approval of moms and dads strictly as per the guidelines of GoI and Task Director Samargra Shiksha will install required system in location.