Affect of Covid-19 on academic curriculum Chinese universities The COVID 19 pandemic affected the studies of the students globally. The Indian students who enrolled in Chinese academic institutions and are stranded back at home due to the epidemic are asked by the Chinese government and the education ministry to remain in touch with their schools and colleges. Students must closely follow the instructions provided by the government to protect their academic progress through online classes. Students who do not reside in or near the state of their educational institution will have to do something regarding their studies.
Most of the students who were pursuing their studies, especially MBA from various Chinese Universities, left for India during the New Year holidays in January, which was just about when the coronavirus pandemic started in China, following which the international travel was disbanded. Currently, the foreign students who study in Chinese universities are not allowed to enter the country. Still, the government of China gives great importance to the legitimate rights of foreign students.
The Indian Embassy consulted the Chinese officials about the news that the Indian students and teachers are not allowed until further notice. The Chinese government responded to this by saying that they are trying their best to promote the students’ interests. Children who live outside the country will be taken care of, and that they will look after the academic curriculum of the students through online classes. They further said that institutions would respond to the students’ demands and queries as soon as they arise, providing absolute cooperation.
China’s entry and exit policies are still being adjusted, and the students are requested to keep close contact with their respective colleges and Universities. Students must follow the various Chinese universities’ rules and regulations to protect their academic interests and year.