University students will get internet by 100 tk for month

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দেশের পাবলিক ও প্রাইভেট বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়ের শিক্ষার্থীদের অনলাইনে শিক্ষা কার্যক্রম চলমান রাখার জন্য নামমাত্র মূল্যে ইন্টারনেট ব্যান্ডউইথ দেবে সরকারি মোবাইল অপারেটর টেলিটক বাংলাদেশ লিমিটেড।

ইউজিসি পরিচালিত বিডিরেন প্লাটফর্ম ব্যবহারকারী দেশের সকল বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়ের শিক্ষার্থীরা এই সুবিধা পাবে। বর্তমানে ৪২টি পাবলিক ও ৬৮টি বেসরকারি বিশ্ববিদ্যালয় বিডিরেন প্লাটফর্ম ব্যবহার করছে।

Students will be able to participate in classes online through the Zoom application. For this, students have to be under the network of Teletalk. This facility will be available for 100 taka per month recharge. The recharged money will be credited to his original account.

This money can be spent on voice calls and data. Immediate money will be added to the next recharge. However, this facility cannot be availed if you recharge below Rs 100 and do not have minimum data in the SIM.

BDREN sent a letter to all mobile operators, including Teletalk Bangladesh Limited, on July 21 to ensure that students could use free online education resources. In response to Bidiren’s call, Teletalk issued a letter of consent on August 27.

According to Teletalk, Teletalk feels lucky to be involved in this initiative in the national crisis. Teletalk thinks that through this initiative a huge portion of the students will come under their network during online classes.

In this context, Bangladesh University Grants Commission (UGC) Chairman Prof. Kazi Shahidullah said the initiative to keep students online at the university level during the Corona epidemic is very timely. He thanked the Ministry of Education, the Department of Posts and Telecommunications and Teletalk Bangladesh Limited for responding to the initiative to provide internet bandwidth at nominal cost.

The UGC Chairman expressed his gratitude to the Minister of Education and the Minister of Telecommunications for taking effective steps to provide free internet bandwidth to the students to keep the country’s higher education activities afloat.

The Education Minister recently expressed optimism that measures would be taken in the first week of September to enable students to access digital devices and internet at low cost.

copy from: https://www.somoynews.tv/

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