Before the impact of the pandemic, the coaching institutes have been operating without regulations, presenting roughly four billion dollars in its industry since 2015. Because of these institutions, they have been spread across the country and have catered to many neighborhoods that needed them the most, often being the most dependent hub for towns and cities. What’s more, these institutions are also hard to get into and have set their own entrance exams to admit those that need better practice, further exhausting the culture.
Lastly, there seems to be a substantial commitment of sorts when it comes to these coaching institutions and classes. This type of commitment given to the students is one that they take many years of doing, all in hopes of them feeling a sense of worth once they reach the top in their education. However, despite their best interests for their students, COVID-19 had other plans for them in terms of their exam preparations.
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