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Efforts are on to provide online classes for all students: govt to HC

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Kochi: Number of students requiring facilities for online classes has dwindled from 2.61 to 42,412 over a month the state government informed the Kerala High Court.

As of May 10, 2.61 lakh out of the 41.3 lakh students in the state did not have facilities for online classes, says the report submitted on June 8th by the state project director.

By June 1, the number came down to 1.5 lakh before further shrinking to 42,412 students.  

Efforts are on to provide access to online classes to all students by the time classes begin on a regular basis on June 14th, the court was told.

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