The ongoing pandemic has caused schools, colleges, and universities to close. Meanwhile, amidst these turbulences, online classes are being conducted to keep up with the studies and academic session of the aspiring students. Keeping this in mind, Nepal Telecom and Private and Boarding Schools’ Organisation Nepal (PABSON) have successfully signed an agreement. With the agreement, Nepal Telecom will provide internet service via data packages at an affordable price to the students and the teachers.
The agreement successfully completed on the day of Bhadra 15. According to it, the school level students can easily make use of the “Happy Learning Pack” at a very low price. It was signed by the Chief Commercial Officer Bhanuraj Shrestha of Nepal Telecom and vice-chairman of PABSON, as well as the organizer of E-learning, Deepika Thapa Rimal.
PABSON and Nepal Telecom agreement
There was a similar agreement between the Ntc and University Grant Commission to ease online learning. Now, this agreement between PABSON and Ntc is to ease the eLearning offer for the teachers, students, and researchers of:
- Universities around the nation
- Affiliated Institution/Colleges
- and Community Colleges
The major characteristic of this online learning package is that customers can acquire two sets of data at a very affordable price.
- 24 GB data at Rs 315
- 35 GB data at Rs 500
Among the 24 GB data that is available to the customers, they can use 20 GB data for E-learning activities through applications like ZOOM, MICROSOFT TEAMS, and GOOGLE MEET. Similarly, the rest of the 4 GB data is handy for any kind of other applications.
The same applies to the 35 GB data package. You can use 30 GB data for online learning activities through the mentioned applications. Whereas you can use 5 GB data for any other applications.
The users can utilize the “Happy Learning Pack” any time they like through the GSM mobile (2G, 3G, or 4G) provided by Nepal Telecom. Both of these packs are valid for 28 days.
To use the Ntc learning pack, students, teachers need to contact their institution. Then the institution has to send an email to Nepal Telecom to enable the Happy Learning offer subscription.
Along with this, Nepal Telecom says the students can also visit its website and fill out the Student KYC form to enjoy the “Happy Learning Pack”. With this, customers can subscribe to the learning pack without the help of their schools.
Significance of the Agreement
This process helps to encourage the students to purchase their required data pack without the help of their schools and colleges. Also, they can acquire it whenever they want and without the involvement of the respective institutions.
Moreover, the possibility of a large volume is predicted in the future to access the E-learning applications. So, according to the needs of its users, Nepal Telecom will provide these applications at a very reasonable price.
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All in all, the “Happy Learning Pack” introduced by Nepal Telecom along with PABSON provides a great opportunity for students to conduct learning activities online. There are rural areas in our country where the WIFI network is not available. This has caused a big problem for students as they have to purchase huge cellular data for learning purposes. This package helps them to fulfill their desire at a subsidized rate. In fact, they can enjoy learning at a small price.
Internet connectivity plays a vital role while you are attending your online classes. Poor connection and network problems disrupt your learning process and are quite annoying with video and voice if the data speed is not up to the mark. Therefore, you can benefit from Nepal Telecom mobile network using this package by investing a little amount of money. Find another education package from Nepal Telecom called eShikshya pack.
So, we suggest not to delay getting your “Happy Learning Pack” from Nepal Telecom.
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