Beijing, April 2 (Xinhua): China has established minimum requirements at sleeping hours for children and adolescents to include sleep deprivation, which can affect their Growth and development, the Ministry of Education said at a press conference on Friday.

Elementary school students must get a minimum of 10 hours of sleep a day, while students from high school and secondary schools should sleep less than nine and Eight hours per day, respectively, said Lyu Yugang, an official with the ministry.

He was informed about a circular on the last efforts of the country to improve the quality of the sleep of students receiving primary and secondary education.

The recommended sleeping times for students were also listed, at the latest at 9:20 pm for primary school students, 10:00 p.m. For high school students, and 11:00 p.m. For high school students.

According to a survey conducted in the country's 10 regions of the country, elementary school students register average duration of the dream of 9.5 hours a day, while The students of the middle school are recorded 8.4 hours, Lyu said, noting that the excessive curriculum has affected the dream of some students.

"Task, off-campus counseling and videogames must give way to the quality of students' quality," said the official.

The educational authorities will implement technical means to make sure there is no video game service. Starting at 10:00 pm at 8:00 a.m., depending on the circular. EndItem


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