KVSU assists students for online education

Correspondent KOHIMA, MAY 27 (NPN) | Publish Date: 5/27/2020 10:22:08 AM IST

The introduction of online education system since COVID-19 lockdown has not been readily appreciated by all as many families do not have access to TV, phone or radio. 

To mitigate this setback, the Kohima Village Students’ Union (KVSU) has been reaching out to all students from every nook and corner of the village by ensuring that no one is missed out with the study notes. 

Speaking to Nagaland Post, KVSU president Kevin Khezhie conveyed that all the executives and unit executives of various khels under Kohima village have been advised to identify any student who is unable to avail online education. Kevin said that such students are personally assisted by the executives. However, Kevin added that by God’s grace, there were very few people in such condition to require assistance. He said that he is providing his phone number to avail notes and assignments for a couple of students who do not have Whatsapp facility and also taking the printouts for them. So far the KVSU has not been keeping count of the number of students being helped. Kevin added that people in the village had also been helping each other out by sharing their TV, radio or phone with those who do not have the facilities. 


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