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Tuesday, 26 October 2021 6.13 PM IST

Children should not be denied education for not having computer or smartphone; govt should intervene for those who do not have study facilities, says High Court

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KOCHI: The Kerala High Court on Tuesday asked the government to intervene in the case of education of students who do not have access to digital learning facilities. The court ruled that a website was needed to register the information of children without learning facilities and that it would be beneficial to schools and children.

The court also directed that when the case is reconsidered after ten days, the government should inform what steps have been taken for the education of the children. The High Court gave this direction while passing an order on a petition filed by parents alleging that children were being deprived of education due to lack of digital learning facilities.

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