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The Court made the suggestion while dealing with a batch of petitions challenging the move to ban online classes for primary school students in the state.
The Karnataka High Court today asked the state government to immediately consider allowing conduct of online classes for primary school students, till a committee of experts submits its report on the issue.
The Court made the suggestion while dealing with a batch of petitions challenging the move to ban online classes for students in classes from lower KG to class five.
The Bench of Chief Justice Abhay Shreeniwas Oka and Justice Nataraj Rangaswamy stated,
Karnataka High Court
While pulling up the state government for its failure to come up with an effective solution to allow online classes, the Court opined,
"Prima facie, we are of the view that by passing a blanket order, the State could not have prevented the schools' online classes."