The Times of India Delhi|July 04, 2020
Hyderabad: Questioning whether lawmakers in Delhi were losing sight of ground realities prevailing in rural India, devoid of internet facilities for online classes, the Telangana high court on Friday asked the Centre, CBSE, and other central institutions to respond by July 13.
Reacting to pleas that the Centre was providing laptops at subsidised rates to provide online classes to children, the bench asked how many parents know about the existence of such a scheme.
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July 04, 2020