J-on | Sunday, June 17, 2012 |
Photos By: Vinesh Rao
Kampar, 16 June – The first Danish House student committee meeting was deemed “a step forward” as a number of important issues, including safety, security, and unstable Internet speed was discussed earlier today.
The meeting was held at the Grand Kampar Hotel and was formally conducted by the official moderator, Mr. K. Ravinther. The main objective of the dialogue is to address the various problems faced by the Danish House residents. According to Ravinther, there is no point in dragging these issues for months and it is good to have student representatives as they can give feedback as both students and residents of Danish House point of view on unstable internet connection and security issues.
“The services provided by Danish House are excellent but the most recent problem is the internet connection as before this we had better internet service with the provider being Streamyx but due to some ethical issues by students upon downloading and stealing internet connection issues Danish House had to implement this Extreme Broadband internet services which is kind of slowing down the internet connection lately.”
“I have to review back what was in the agreement between Danish House and Extreme Broadband Management because it is improper to voice out dissatisfaction through social network as I know out of many Hostel Management Services, Danish House is doing pretty good job.”
Issues dealing with security service were also discussed at length.
Ravinther said that the next step would involve bringing the concerns of the students to the attention of the management.
“I will meet representatives from both Danish House and Extreme Broadband Management as I also want to hear their point of view on these issue. “, said Ravinther.
“We will then have another meeting to solve these setbacks in a fair way.”
A timeline for the next round of talks has not been set at the moment.
All ears: Mr Ravinther listening attentively to the issues of security highlighted by the student representatives
Student representatives: Lee Gwan Yew (left) and Suresh Leo (right) explaining the issues to the moderator.