Kohima: Ahead of the Nagaland University undergraduate online examination scheduled from September 21 to October 20, the All Nagaland Government College Teachers Association (ANGCTA) and the All Nagaland College Students’ union (ANCSU) appealed for uninterrupted power and internet connectivity.
A joint statement from President ANGCTA Lliy Angami and President ANCSU Vimeyiekho Vitso said that the success of online examination is solely dependent on the regular power supply and internet connectivity.
Teachers and students are apprehensive about online exams due to infrastructure challenges in the state. But following the Supreme Court judgement and the pandemic showing sign of decline, they have no option. They feel that online exams are the only and safest alternative.
As stakeholders of the educational fraternity, the All Nagaland Government College Teachers’ Association along with the All Nagaland College Students’ Union appealed the authorities and the service providers to ensure undisrupted internet connectivity and services during the examination period throughout the state.
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