Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic has struck the nation, schools, colleges, and other educational institutions have been shut. Students are attending classes online and students from villages are facing a lot of issues while attending online classes as internet connectivity is still a challenge in many rural areas.
Earlier, we have seen some of the students climbing trees for attending classes, and pictures of a student sitting on the roof of the house for hours also went viral. Students are still trying to adjust to the new situation.
Now, a medical student is attending the classes sitting near the graveyard. Going into the details, Miryala Kalpana, a native of Sarvapur, Malyala Mandal of Jagtial secured 698 rank in EAMCET and joined a private college in 2017. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, she has been attending the classes online for the last two years. She has been facing a lot of trouble due to lack of signals. She wanted to attend classes sitting on the terrace of her building but due to the fear of monkeys attacking her, she couldn't.
Now, she is attending the online classes sitting near a graveyard. She said that there are no signals in her village and stated that she has been facing a lot of problems for the last two years.