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‘No coverage decided but’: HEC in advisory for Pakistanis enrolled in Chinese universities

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The Higher Education Commission has issued an advisory for Pakistani college students enrolled in Chinese universities.The advisory issued Saturday acknowledged that the second wave of COVID-19 and additional mutation of coronavirus had elevated the unfold of the pandemic over the past two months.The immigration insurance policies for worldwide college students to China haven’t been decided yetSince the scholars are already enrolled in Chinese universities and taking on-line lessons, they’re suggested to proceed to attend on-line lessons of their respective programmes and maintain shut contact with their respective Chinese establishments, the advisory stated.”The Chinese government will make proper arrangements depending upon the actual evaluation of the pandemic situation for the return of Pakistani students to respective Chinese institutions,” it stated.Any up to date research visa coverage can be notified as and when obtained from the Chinese aspect, the HEC added.

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