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Corona Second Wave: School closed, why pay so much for online classes? Question of the Supreme Court

Coronavirus, the lockdown caused the most problems for the students. School closed for a long time. Not being tested. Sometimes the school was open.

Tuesday, May 4, 2021

/ by Avishek Bera

 

The News Cover: Coronavirus, the lockdown caused the most problems for the students. School closed for a long time. Not being tested. Sometimes the school was open. But after the second wave of Corona hit the country, the school gate is locked again. As a result, online classes are the only hope for now. But in the meantime the news of relief came for the parents. The Supreme Court said the school is now closed. As a result, the authorities are not spending too much. The facilities that have to be given on campus are no longer given to the authorities. As a result, the cost of school has been reduced. And so the school salary for online classes should be reduced this time.

This was stated by the Supreme Court on the basis of the application of the parents of many school children in Rajasthan. Schools could cut salaries by at least 30 percent, the apex court said in a case hearing on the same day. A bench of justices AM Khanvilkar and Dinesh Maheshwari said there was no law in the country that could allow schools to waive salaries. However, the court asked the schools to reduce their salaries at this time. Schools have been told by the court today that the authorities should be sensitive to this difficult situation in the country. People are suffering from one problem after another with the epidemic. The school authorities should relieve the students and parents at this time.

According to the court, all the facilities that are given to the students on the campus are not available now. As a result, the authorities are making huge profits from the amount of school fees paid by the students. At this point, the school authorities should eliminate the profit mentality and reduce the cost of non-sentence. Legally, school authorities cannot charge parents for any benefits they do not have to pay at this time. 

Therefore, the apex court has asked the school authorities to reduce the profit margin during the epidemic. The school did not open in the 2020-21 session due to a long lockdown. As a result, there was no student presence on campus. As a result, the cost of petrol, diesel, light bill, water, maintenance and cleaning has been reduced in the school. In such a situation, the school authorities can take a little less salary from the parents if they want, the Supreme Court said.

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