The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has revealed that Internet access is not available in the homes of 1.3 billion school-going students worldwide, while about 40 million children in Pakistan have been affected, most of them in government schools. Of children. Lack of improved internet quality in Pakistan and the unavailability of internet and electricity in rural areas are affecting students living in rural areas. Pakistan Telecommunication, the country’s largest internet service provider in major cities as well. Corporations (PTLs) and mobile phone companies providing 4G services have extremely low standards, while the government agencies that regulate them have maintained a criminal silence. Like other government agencies in Pakistan, there is an element of corruption here. Citizens say those mobile phone companies that fail to provide proper phone call service in big cities, how can they provide internet facility? Consumers, an NGO working for the protection of consumer rights, say that from the concerned minister to the grievance cell set up by the Prime Minister, the grievances of the citizens are not being resolved. Consumers of Pakistani internet and mobile phone companies are being harassed. But no one is concerned about them. The organization has termed the statistics released by the Prime Minister’s Citizen Portal regarding the resolution of the complaint as unrealistic. Are contradictory and false. The report on the number of affected children in Pakistan said that there are very few children who are maintaining online education. According to the report, the largest number of affected students is from South Asia where 44 According to UNICEF, only 33% of the world’s children have access to an online education during Corona, which means that 9 million children, or 88%, do not have access to Internet access at home. Internet access is available. In South Asia, only 2% of the poorest school-going students between the ages of 3 and 17 have access to the Internet, compared to only 15% of the poorest 15-24-year-olds. It is estimated that 40% of school-age children in the region and 47% of young people in the region have access to the Internet. However, this rate is lower in West and Central African countries Even less. Similarly, if the age of education in the world is increased to 25 years, then 2.2 billion children and youth will not have access to the internet at home to continue their education during the epidemic. This is the number of young people in the world. Equals 65% of the number. According to the report, these figures also indicate inequality in access to education through the Internet. According to the report, inequality is getting deeper with limited access to the Internet. Availability depends largely on which countries and areas these children live in and how well their home economic situation is. The report also shows that in countries with high economic growth, Internet access is relatively easy. In the world, access to the Internet is reported to be less than 16% in rural areas compared to urban areas, while children in poorer areas And young people are told that Internet access at home is less than 42% of the children of rich families in those countries. The report says that on the one hand, investments are being made in shifting the education system to hybrid models and distance education during the Corona epidemic around the world, but the lack of internet The number of children affected by school closures in Pakistan is said to be around 40 million who are forced to stay at home due to school closures. However, there are very few who continue their education through online teaching, especially in rural areas and children in remote areas are most affected, according to experts, even in urban areas, as far as universities are concerned. Admirable but low access to internet homes for students studying at school and college level in rural as well as urban areas, experts say, especially for children studying in government educational institutions They have an even higher rate of not having internet at home, so it is almost impossible for them to get an education online.