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EEO. 2020; 19(1): 869-877

Internet Shutdown A Digital Discrimination For Ict-Based Education: A Multivocal Review Of Conflicted Areas

Dr. Syed Noor ul Amin.


ICT-based education in Jammu and Kashmir is not encouraging. The school education in the conflicted areas usually face trouble with respect to the availability of ICT related resources. Despite being an integral component of the ICT, Internet connectivity both in terms of frequency and duration is lacking in the conflicted areas of J&K. The objective of the present study is to document the impact of Internet shutdowns and service restrictionsÂ’, including an overarching statement condemning network disruptions, and highlighting the significant ICT-based educational loss caused when authorities shut down or otherwise disrupts connectivity in conflicted areas of J&K. The findings have been enlisted on the basis of voices collected by means of a bibliographic search to be compiled and for this information to be organized which permit the researcher to obtain a detailed description of the reality being analyzed. The outcome of this study explores the challenges being faced by teachers and students due to the internet disruption. And address to policymakers listing the consequences of such disruptions for educational damage in these areas. Further, long-term impact of internet shutdowns should be carefully considered by the government and stakeholders to find solutions for conflict-prone regions that avoid shutdowns, particularly in times of crisis.

Key words: Internet shutdown, Digital discrimination, ICT, Conflicted areas.

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