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A single bench of Justice CS Dias also referred the petition to a division bench in view of “substantial public interest”.
The bench made reference to the suicide of 14-year-old Devika allegedly due to inability to attend online classes due to lack of a smartphone or home-working TV.
“It is disheartening to learn that a student snatched up his life, allegedly for lack of access to the internet to attend virtual classes. The right to education is sacred in the Constitution of India and is a mandate for children’s rights and free . ” Compulsory Education Act, 2009, “the court said.
The bench said that several states have ordered that students should not be denied education for payment of fees during the period of this epidemic.
The court passed an interim order while hearing a petition filed by two students – Srilakshmi S and Dhanwin Pillai – seeking payment of fees without introducing the normal teaching methods of their schools or even providing them virtual Challenged the decision of their schools. Classroom teaching or online classes ”.
The petition, filed through advocates Manu Ramachandran, M Kiranlal, R Rajesh, TS Sarath and Sameer Nair, also raised a complaint that the state government had not issued proper guidelines for online classes.
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