Mr Emeka Nwajiubamade has conceded Nigerian students for free browsing on e-learning through association with some significant telecommunication companies in the Nigeria in order to proceed with the nation’s schooling academics.
The E-Learning Platform was developed due to the lock down pandemic. The infection which is easily to be spread and kill anyone who is infected without prior notice.
The Minister of State for Education, Mr Emeka Nwajiubamade disclosed this during the task force press meeting in Abuja. He additionally included and said the administration allows free subscription to the websites during the lockdown because of the pandemic, including that some eLearning websites could now be assessed to by the students for free to partake in the e-learning process.
He Added that, Airtel users can have access to the site for free while MTN and Glo are as yet changing their specialized framework for students to have free access to the website, including that both Radio and Television stations could likewise be used to get involved in the eLearning by means of the net.
The Minister said the online classes were directed like the offline classes, including that the classes could be taken progressively if the students were on the web and they could likewise get the lectures after the classes were finished if para venture those students were not online at such time the lecture was taken.
The Minister said what the service is being implemented so as to meet the desires of the students during the lockdown.