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Lumbini Buddhist University starts e-learning


April 19, 2020

The Lumbini Buddhist University began teaching- learning activities via internet today. Since all the schools and universities have remained closed due to ongoing lockdown enforced by the government to contain the outbreak of COVID-19, teaching-learning activities in those institutions, including this university, were halted.

University’s registrar Tilak Acharya said that e-learning was introduced among the students of all levels and faculties in the University. Students attended online classes from 8am to 10 pm, informed University’s central campus chief Phanindra Neupane.
All the students and technical staffers were provided orientation prior to the launch of e-learning, shared Neupane. Established in 2006, the University offers education on Buddhist philosophy, literature, culture and so on through seven colleges.

A total of 1,200 students- foreigners and Nepalis- are currently studying in Bachelors and Masters Level in seven campuses of the University while the central campus being in Lumbini, the birth place of Lord Buddha.

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