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Schools must reduce fees for online-only classes: Supreme Court

IndiaTimes Monday, 3 May 2021 ()
As the Covid-19 pandemic forced closure of schools with a shift to online classes, the Supreme Court on Monday said educational institutions must reduce fees as their running costs have come down with various facilities provided on campus remaining closed.
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