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Kerala HC Directs State to Ensure Economically Weak Students Not Sidetracked by Digital Divide - (01 Sep 2021)

EDUCATION

Kerala High Court has directed the State and concerned authorities to take steps to ensure that economically weak students are not sidelined by the digital divide and that they are also able to pursue education like other children who have access to such gadgets.

Tags : KERALA HIGH COURT   ECONOMICALLY WEAK STUDENTS NOT SIDETRACKED BY DIGITAL DIVIDE  

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