No To CDAC Online Classes

No To CDAC Online Classes

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CDAC  an institute that comes under the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (Government of India) and students join with all hope and desires to learn the trending technologies and make themselves better/ different from the rest and stand out from the crowd.

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We the students of February 2020 batch joined with the same mindset but only one month into the program (19th Feb’2020 – 14th March 2020)we were informed about the offline class suspension due to COVID 19 which we know is a global pandemic and is no one’s fault. Now looking at the current scenario CDAC has planned to start Online lectures stating that students are supposed to have:-

1. Their own laptops

2. A fast internet connection

The above statements are ironic considering CDAC’s promises about “Quality Education”. Also the points worth noting:-

1. CDAC charges a huge amount of money ranging between 1.5 lac-2 lac for a 6-month course and most of us are from a middle class because no Ambani would care to join CDAC so our parents’ money is at stake and some of us have even left their jobs for the same.

2.  Also, most of the students are not natives of respective cities, where the institutes are situated, and they are paying rents and electricity without even staying there from the past 3 months.

Everyone is facing a huge loss financially and is going through mental disturbances as well and CDAC’s decision of online classes is a cherry on the cake. We as students are requesting to kindly look into the matter considering the following points:-

1. We don’t want any online classes as there are many affordable (cheap) online options available.

2. If CDAC is so adamant about its decision of online classes then we kindly request the authorities to refund our money back.

 

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