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However, the Court clarified that school authorities have no right to make online education compulsory for students, or charge any extra fee for the same.
The Karnataka High Court today stayed the part of the state government orders dated June 15 and June 27 which had imposed a ban on conduct of online classes for school students from LKG to Class 10.
The interim order was passed in a batch of pleas challenging the state government's move to ban online classes for primary school students.
The order passed by a Division Bench of Chief Justice Abhay Shreeniwas Oka and Justice Natraj Rangaswamy reads,
Karnataka High Court