Children are not able to take advantage of online classes started to run smoothly between lockdowns due to network problems. Children are forced to move to better-networked areas for studies.
Sania Paladia of the area said that she is a Class 11 student at St. Theresa School in Kathgodam. Sania told that she has come to her house in Niglat after the school is closed in lockdown. The school has started online classes due to Corona, but due to lack of network in Niglat, studies are being disrupted.
It is not possible to take online classes without a network on mobile phones and laptops. More than 200 children in the region are affected by this problem. Four kilometers away from Niglat people are being forced to go to the forests of Bhawali or the network region to do homework.
Sania said that the officials of the company concerned were asked to solve the network problem, but nothing happened. Students Kishore Mehra, Laxita Dev, Ishika Dev, Partha Mehra also told that their online studies have come to a standstill due to lack of network. All have appealed to solve the mobile network problem.
Dehradun MDDA reduced the backlog of maps
In MDDA, the number of passers in MDDA was extremely low due to the closure of construction work. The result has been that now the backlog of maps has reduced drastically. Apart from this, work has also increased due to online software.
MDDA currently has only 170 residential maps pending. While there are some who have objections. In MDDA, people had to travel for months to get a map. However, the time is taken in the process of passing maps first from Auto CAD and then online software has been reduced significantly. Now the map is being passed in three-four days if all the documents are correct and the construction is according to the building Boyle.
Currently, maps in the residential category are passing in three to four days. Efforts are being made to reduce this time further. We have passed the map in 24 hours before the lockdown. Pendency is being dealt for the convenience of the people so that people can get maps on time.
– Girish Gunwant, Secretary, MDDA