Poverty should not lead to students discontinuing education: Karnataka High Court directs State to devise plan to bridge digital divide

The Court further opined that despite times of crisis, there ought to be budgetary allocation for supply of mobile phones and technical devices so that there is continuity in the education of children.
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In a significant order, the Karnataka High Court on Thursday opined that Economic backwardness or poverty should not lead to students discontinuing education.

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