“The Ministry of Education closely cooperates with higher education institutions. Now, one of our priorities is to deliver content to the students in the field of higher education.”
Report quotes Education Minister Jeyhun Bayramov, as saying at a briefing of the Operative Headquarters under the Cabinet of Ministers.
According to him, during the quarantine period, 21 higher education institutions offer classes online: “95,000 students use this opportunity. At present, we are working to improve this process further.”
Bayramov said that today 50 percent of students in the country study at public expense: “The decision to pay a tuition fee of poor students in connection with the coronavirus was commendable. For some time, students will enter the subsystem and record information about themselves.”