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    Tuesday 1 August 2017

    Jio's new launches will now give 30 million people free Wi-Fi

    Gadget Desk: Reliance Jio has hit the market as well as other companies have been sleeping, now the company has offered a new plan, under which plans to provide free Wi-Fi to nearly 3 crore students.

    Free Wi-Fi at # 38 thousand colleges

    Jio wants to provide free Wi-Fi in 38 thousand colleges across the country, the company has given this plan to the MHRD Ministry, in the absence of internet proof, the company will not charge any related to the ministry.
    According to media reports, the first presentation has been done in the ministry, however no final decision has been taken from the ministry yet. The government has also announced to provide free wifi in the college earlier this year.

    # Can be studied online

    The goal of giving free Wi-Fi to colleges is to make the online education facility accessible to the students. The Ministry has started an online portal in its name, which is being made available to Free Educational Material Students.

    # The first time a telecom company gave the proposal

    For the first time, a telecom company has sent a proposal to the government, but the government wants all to get the right opportunity, so that the tender will be issued. So that the whole process remains fair and transparent. Officially neither company nor government has come up with any statement, but it is likely that this plan will be started this year.


    1. Delhi University
    2. Banaras Hindu University
    3. Aligarh Muslim University
    4. Jamia Milia Islamia University
    5. Central University, Himachal Pradesh
    6. Central University, South Bihar
    7. Central University, Jammu

    Last month, a proposal was received by the ministry in which Reliance Jio expressed a desire to connect close to 38,000 colleges (technical and non-technical) under the HRD ministry across India by deploying free Wi-Fi connectivity.

    “Through this free access to Wi-Fi, all students will be able to get internet connection and use educational resources such as online courses available on SWAYAM platform through the National Knowledge Network. The company plans to create hotpots for this,” a source said.

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