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Students study at home to fight coronavirus outbreak

  • Source : VTIBET.com Author : Tenzin Woebom Time : 02/12/2020 Editor : Tenzin Woebom

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    As schools across the country are required to postpone the opening of the spring semester, schools have offered online tuition as an alternative to help students study at home. [Photo/VTIBET.com]

     

    Students who are home for winter vacation are barred from returning to schools without permission, and all nonessential personnel must avoid campuses to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus at schools, according to a notice issued recently by China's Ministry of Education.

     

    After the Ministry of Education announced in late January the postponement of the 2020 spring semester, many schools started online courses for students to study at home.

     

    "I was so pleased when I received our school's notice on Jan 25 that the winter holiday for us would be extended," said Chemi Dorje, an 18-year-old high school student in Lhasa.

     

     

    Students are encouraged to stay at home and study online due to the novel coronavirus outbreak. [Photo/VTIBET.com]

     

     

    As schools across the country are required to postpone the opening of the spring semester, students from Tibet study independently at home in Lhasa, regional capital of Tibet Autonomous Region. [Photo/VTIBET.com]

     

    However, after the excitement, he realized how boring it was to be locked at home and it would be a great problem for them if the new school term starts later, because less time will be left for them to prepare for the final exams.

     

    The worry was eased a few days later with another school notice that the new semester would start as planned on Jan 31, but would be online.

     

    Despite being cooped up at home to stay safe during the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, students and teachers across the country can keep themselves busy with classes. Students read books, write journals, and study at home.

     

     

    As schools across the country are required to postpone the opening of the spring semester, students from Tibet study independently at home in Lhasa, regional capital of Tibet Autonomous Region. [Photo/VTIBET.com]

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