How to take the Ntc Pathshala CUG SIM card?
Students and Teachers can take the free Ntc Pathshala CUG SIM. They need to fill a form with a copy of citizenship (either own or parents), ID card, and a photo. Students can take the SIM card on their own names or their parent’s name.
Then the school needs to collect the SIM registration form from the students, teachers and include a recommendation from the local government in the form.
School administration can then visit the nearby Nepal Telecom office to get the SIM card at once.
Nepal Telecom will also provide a Toll free number at a subsidized rate if it is feasible in the Schools location.
Solution for places with no Internet??
As there are places where there is no access to the regular internet, Nepal Telecom shall perform a study to pilot its Wireless broadband project from there only. They will also put an effort to expand their mobile network and Fiber Internet (FTTH) to such locations, if feasible.
Learning through Voice Service and Internet for Schools
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the teaching-learning process has become difficult for the Public/Government/Community schools. The telecom operator had already partnered with Private Schools for affordable data packs like eShikshya pack and Happy learning pack which you can also subscribe yourself.
Now Nepal Telecom brings this subsidized plan for School level students and teachers to facilitate the alternative means of learning. They can either use the normal voice call to interact with the teachers and even access the learning materials at Sikayi Chautari.
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