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Network problems during natural calamities

  • Swachi Sweta Behera, Satya Ranjan Sahoo , Subha Ranjan Sahoo
  • Network issues which are commonly faced by people during natural calamities

    1.The main problem during natural calamities is communication and
    internet.During these problems,people living in coastal areas suffers alot.
    The things which makes us connect with our suroundings like traansformers
    and cables gets collapsed .
    Mobile towers were damaged and power supplies were disconnected.
    These effects our people, families and communities.
    The main instance is a recent calamity "Fani" that prevailed in Odisha
    which causes a tremendous impact in network issues. people suffered a plathora
    of communication issues too.Students who were far away from their family and
    communities were unable to make any communication.Due to absence of
    internet people were unaware of their of their train arrival.In other
    words,we can say that it also causes travelling problem.

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  • Network issues : victims or peoples present in natural calamities like cyclones¬†

    It includes all the age groups i.e from teenagers to senior citizens

    It counts people as a whole.

     

  • Here,I want to state that I am an inhabitant of Odisha.I was a victim
    of Fani or a witnesser of this natural calamity.Due to collapse of many
    transformers,there were many network issues due to which we were unable
    to make a call and due to unavailability of internet we were unable to
    get daily news updates.

November 8, 2019

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