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Students shall neither be barred from accessing online classes nor prohibited from participating in online examinations till August 15.


A writ petition was filed in the Calcutta High Court demanding no student enrolled with the private schools should neither be barred from accessing online classes nor be prohibited from participating in online examinations.


On Tuesday, a division bench of the Calcutta High Court comprising of Justice Sanjib Banerjee and Justice Moushumi Bhattacharya, issued the following inter directions.


The petitioner represents over 15,000 students who are enrolled in more than 110 private, unaided schools in and around the city.


The principal grievance raised by the petitioner is that private schools in the city and elsewhere in the state continued to demand regular fees though the schools have not been functioning for the past 4 months.



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