BOMBAY HIGH COURT- MAKE A SURPRISE VISIT TO INSPECT E-LEARNING CENTRES FOR SPECIALLY ABLED STUDENTS

State government started E- Learning classes for special abled students.

On Thursday Bombay high court ordered social welfare authorities based in Maharashtra to evaluate or check the position and standard of the e-education program for Disabled students mind pandemic. Bench constituting Cheif justice Dipinkar data, ordered the social welfare officers to make a surprise visit in the coming 2 weeks to the centers which were made to provide digital education to such students and check whether the program and the system performing are of the standard qualities or not or were any dysfunction occurring in or not. The bench was hearing the petition which was seeking relief for specially-abled students during the unlock phase, filed by NGO by advocate Warunjikar. The Maharashtra government presented an affidavit that said that they started digital learning for specially-abled students from Centre’s Diksha platform, where teachers could teach virtual lessons and the application could have been also accessed from the mobile phone.

Advocate Warunjikar stated in his petition that 70% of specially-abled students lived in the rural area from where internet connectivity was not possible, responding to this be said that the officers which make an inspection would assess the situation and report to the Joint secretary of the social justice department and he will file the affidavit about the situation to the court. The bench ordered the Union Government and National Council of education to file their response in 14 days.

Reported By : Mohammad Zahid

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