The Supreme Court on Tuesday directed all of the state governments to supply essential infrastructure, stationaries, books, and other equipment to child care institutions for online classes inside 30 days.
A bench headed by Justice L Nageswara Rao ordered that States will have to make certain that the required number of teachers are also made to be had to teach children in the child care institutions.
The top court passed a slew of instructions to cater to the educational needs of child care institutions and children who have been restored to families from these institutions. It also ordered that additional classes will have to also be imparted to children to equip them for last exams to take place next year whether needed.
“Give you the essential infrastructure, books, and other equipment that is essential for online classes on the basis of recommendations made by District Child Protection Units inside a period of 30 days from today,” the bench said.
The apex court used to be hearing a suo moto case with regards to COVID-19 spread in children shelter homes across India.[ad_2]