SIE Website Crashes Minutes Before Class 8 Online Assessments Could Start

SIE Website Crashes Minutes Before Class 8 Online Assessments Could Start

Srinagar: The State Institute of education website on Monday morning crashed due to the massive traffic on their website.
J&K’s State Institute of Education (SIE) issued a notification on June 12 stating that it has decided to conduct an online assessment of Class 8 students from June 15 after it opted for various remote learning options online teaching, access to e-learning materials, distribution of assignment-cum-tutorials and teaching through radio and TV.
The Jammu Kashmir school education department’s new order to assess Class 8 students of government schools online amid the Covid-19 lockdown has triggered anger among parents.
On Monday morning, however, as many students had prepared, the website has crashed with the heavy rush of traffic on their website, even before the exams could start. (The Kashmiriyat)

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