New Delhi (ILNS): The Allahabad High Court has expressed deep concern over the huge gap in the availability of digital resources among children in urban and rural areas. The Government has been asked to explain what steps it has taken to bridge this gap in the Corona era.
New Delhi (ILNS): The Central government today informed the Supreme Court that the Anganwadis have done a great job and have been providing supplementary nutrition to children every 2 weeks even during the pandemic.
A PIL has been filed in the Supreme Court, asking for directions to the Union of India (UOI) to issue comprehensive guidelines with respect to online virtual classes through video conferencing for children. Nand Kishore Garg filed this PIL through his advocate Shashank Deo Sudhi.
The Patna High Court has said Children are the wealth of this nation. Our failure, or delay in acting on the present situation could lead to incorrigible long-term consequences on the health, development, and General well-being of our children while disposing off the Suo Motu plea.
“Almost every school-going child has access to social media these days, but shockingly hardly any of them know about the privacy settings on their profiles. With details of their personal lives going public, they make themselves vulnerable to all sorts of cyber harassment.”