While everyone is busy making plans with their friends to execute after the pandemic; amidst this, two friends from IIT Bombay created an App named ‘Wise’. This app is for students of Jammu and Kashmir who are unable to access online classes due to low internet facility.
The ‘Wise’ App
The purpose of ‘Wise’ was to ”Democratise education” by empowering the teachers who fail to give online lectures through current media tools. The makers of this app are Masaudi, who is from Kashmir, and Bilal, who is from Lucknow.
The app is a 2G friendly interface, which allows the students as well as teachers to cut the problem of low Internet connectivity in their region. It is completely free of cost and the best part is it doesn’t involve any advertisements.
The two makers hope that this app made by them will attain nationwide acceptance, and especially to the places where an Internet connection is of low speed.
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Union Education Minister Praised
In this regard, the Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal has praised those two students who graduated from IIT Bombay have developed an app for online studying in 2G service, which is user friendly and free of cost. Only in a month of this app launched, 3000 lectures have been made through hundreds of students. And most of it has been from Jammu and Kashmir.
Attendance Of Students
A great factor about this app is that it itself tracks the attendance of students and offers details about what number of kids are accompanying online classes. It has further informed which pupil has attended the class for how lengthy.
About 76 students research every day in online classes. These kids of Jammu and Kashmir are preserving with their online courses by a cell utility referred to as ‘Wise App’.