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Supreme Court stays Delhi...

The Supreme Court on Wednesday stayed the Delhi High Court which directed private unaided schools in the national capital to provide free gadgets and internet connections to poor students for online classes and claim reimbursement from the state government.

Private schools can charg...

Punjab and Haryana high court has ruled that private schools in the states can take tuition fee from students only if they have offered daily online classes during the lockdown period. The court also directed the school managements to file within two weeks the balance sheets for the preceding seven months

Petition in Supreme Court...

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.

Delhi High Court wants sc...

The Delhi High Court today directed private unaided schools to provide gadgets and internet connection to economically weaker section (EWS) students for attending online classes.

Online classes: Gujarat H...

New Delhi: The Gujarat H...

Karnataka HC stays govern...

The High Court of Karnataka has today issued an interim direction staying the government orders issued on June 15 and June 27 to the extent they imposed ban/embargo on the conduct of online classes by the schools from LKG to Class X.

Karnataka High Court Dire...

The High Court of Karnataka on Friday directed the Advocate General to place on record and circulate the NIMHANS report, while hearing a plea challenging the ban imposed by Karnataka government on online classes.

All Schools Whether Offer...

The Punjab and Haryana High Court has held that All schools irrespective whether they offered online classes during the lock-down period or not, are entitled to collect the tuition fee.

Karnataka Govt Allows Sch...

The High Court of Karnataka has been informed by the government today that it has allowed online classes to be conducted by schools for students of Lower KG to Standard V, for limited hours.

Kerala HC Refuses To Gran...

The High Court of Kerala has refused to grant interim stay on the online classes being conducted by Schools in Kerala amid COVID 19 lockdown.

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