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64% of parents favour online classes: Survey

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 24 June 2020 ()
According to a survey conducted across 204 districts, 64% of parents are in favour of online classes in schools as against 31% wanting a ban on them.So far three states — Karnataka, Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh — have banned online classes for students of class V and below. The Karnataka High Court on Monday asked the state government to find a solution to the situation arising from the ban on online classes in the state.
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