MCMC: Students should utilise Community Internet Centres nationwide


MCMC urged students without a stable Internet connection at home to utilise the PIK available nationwide for online learning. — Bernama

KUALA LUMPUR: Students facing difficulties getting a good Internet connection for online learning are encouraged to take advantage of the facilities available at 873 Community Internet Centres (PIK) nationwide.

According to the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC), each PIK had information and communication technology (ICT) equipment, high-speed Internet access and full-time staff to help visitors make full use of the services available.

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