The Punjab government will give free Wi-Fi office in all Government Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs), polytechnics and Engineering universities of the state, Technical Education minister Charanjit Singh Channi said today.
He said that that a MoU for giving free wi-fi in the campus of government ITIs, polytechnics and building schools was marked today between private firm Reliance Jio and Punjab government today.
He said that Reliance Jio would set up the foundation and give its administrations free of cost. Moreover, the Reliance Jio will likewise bear the cost of hardware and power required for the working of Wi-Fi, he said.
“Every one of the principals of individual schools have been coordinated to give appropriate space and security to Wi-Fi and other important system hardware,” he said. The priest said that every questionable site would be obstructed according to Government of India’s bearings.
Reliance Jio’s free WiFi service is known as JioNet, and it is available in fewer cities already. Reliance Jio users who recharge for the service, will find that the service also gives them access to some data on the Jio free WiFi services. Users can login to the Jio WiFi with their Jio number, and access the high speed internet via WiFi.
However, the current Reliance Jio plans don’t specify whether users are getting access to some Jio WiFi or not.
Nonetheless, the present Reliance Jio arranges don’t indicate whether clients are accessing some Jio WiFi or not.