Poor students to find it easier to access online learning Eligible students are those who have no computer and equipment for online study and have not yet received any support in the field. Deputy Prime Minister Le Minh Khai has agreed with the Finance Ministry's proposal to help needy students with electronic devices to serve their online learning amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Under the ministry's proposal, students from poor and near-poor families as well as those facing difficulties due to the COVID-19 pandemic, including students whose fathers or mothers died of the disease, will be enabled to get loans to buy computers under support of the "computers and Internet services for children" programme. According to the ministry, eligible students are those who have no computer and equipment for online study and have not yet received any support in the field. The People's Committees of communes and wards are responsible to make and verify the lists of beneficiaries before submitting to the Vietnam Bank for Social Policies for approval. The maximum value of the loans will be 7 million VND (307 USD) per student, according to the proposal, which estimates that the total capital for the scheme is about 3.5 trillion… Read full this story
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