Don't forget lessons learnt during pandemic, virtual mode opens up possibilities: Madras High Court

The Court also appealed to nodal organizations UGC and AICTE to not be unnecessarily rigid when it comes to permitting the conduct of educational courses through the virtual mode.
Madras High Court, Virtual Court
Madras High Court, Virtual Court

The Madras High Court on Thursday noted that the virtual mode of operation, whether in Court hearings or for conducting educational classes, necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic, has had various advantages that can be utilised in the future as well. (Nervazhi Iyakkam Trust v. Union of India)

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