Due to the scorching heat, where unannounced power cuts are taking place, the problems of students studying online are increasing day by day due to unsatisfactory internet quality. Schools, colleges and other educational institutions have been closed since March 22 as the corona virus epidemic is on its youth. Now August is nearing its end. But due to non-opening of educational institutions, students are being forced to study online. Neha Mahajan said that due to non-opening of schools, we are being taught on line. But Sometimes during our study session power supply cuts and sometimes the Internet network crashes,which is detrimental to our education. Similarly, Wasim Ahmed said that he is a final year student of B.Com. He has not yet done his final year papers. He is studying online due to the closure of the college. But power cuts and the speed of the internet in and around Qadian makes him mentally disturbed. “On the one hand we are facing a lot of problems due to the corona virus and on the other hand worried about our careers,” he said. Anisa said that she has passed Pulse Two and has also taken admission in graduation. But to study properly we need a smooth power supply and a good internet network. She uses mobile and hotspot. But internet speed is the biggest issue for them. No web site opens. If it works, then she will have to wait a long time for the site to open. Nitika said she has received a visa to pursue higher studies in the UK. But she can’t go to the UK because of the corona virus. That is why his college is conducting online classes. But her education is being hampered by power cuts and a poor internet network. All these students have appealed to the Punjab Government and the Union Government that the fight against corona virus is still a long way off. Gagandeep Singh Ginni Bhatia, Councilor, Qadian, is of the view that government should ban power cuts. Similarly, orders should be issued for the provision of best internet services to telecom companies.