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TSUD launches ‘Project Connect’

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Dimapur, June 24: The Tenyimi Students’ Union Dimapur (TSUD) on Wednesday formally launched its “Project Connect” and handed over the first 10 Desktop Computers.
Project Connect is an initiative of TSUD for which it has partnered with E-Rebuild to provide students the opportunity to buy customized desktops at Rs 7000.
Launching the project here at Tenyimi Complex, Dimapur, TSUD president Rukewezo Wetsah said that the project is aimed to provide students from poorer sections of the society with computers at a cheap rate so that they can continue with their online classes which have become inevitable during this pandemic.
He said that till now, about 200 orders have been placed, but there have also been apprehension among some people who perceive the project as a scam, which it is not and added that while deliveries can be made in Dimapur, Kohima, Mokokchung, and Pfutsero, for other places, bulk orders can be made and the computers can be picked up by an authorised individual/party later on.
He also informed that the deliveries will be made in batches.
A demo of how to connect the various components of a PC was also shown during the launch.
Each PC includes HCL 15.6 inch LCD/LED monitor, CPU with 2GB RAM, 160 GB HDD, ProDot mouse, keyboard and required cables. The computers come with 1 year warranty.
Interested students can send sms/Whatsapp with their name, contact details, school/college name and address to +916909864631, +91 9862675997 or +918787509451; or email at tsud.office@gmail.com or visit the TSUD office at Tenyimi Complex, Near Tragopan Hotel, Khermahal, Dimapur. (Page News Service)

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