Telangana HC Asks State Government To Issue A Policy For Private School's Online Classes By July 3

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Telangana HC Asks State Government To Issue A Policy For Private School's Online Classes By July 3

Telangana High Court has asked the state government to frame a policy for online classes and inform the court by July 3, 2020

The order is issued by court in a hearing conducted for a POL filed in the court by the Hyderabad School Students Parents Association seeking a ban on the online classes.

The PIL filed by the association has called the online classes illegal before the commencement of the academic year. The court was also informed that the state government has not issued any orders regarding the beginning of the new academic year until now.

The petition filed also states that conducting online classes is unfair for students who belong from poor families and cannot afford the resources essential to attend online classes. 

On the other hand, the government Counsel informed that the district education officers will take the necessary steps to make sure that all are benefited. 

The Court has now provided two days' time to the state government to come up with a policy on online classes. Though the earlier statement released by the state court was different which stated that the government cannot make policy for private schools of the state. 

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