Schools in cities and towns are conducting online classes to compensate the academic losses. While educational institutions in villages are struggling to maintain the balance, non-payment of fees, lack of financial assistance from state governments are among other things that have emerged as major challenges for them to sustain.
Some of the unaffiliated schools had completely put break on continuing the schools after lockdown.
Rural areas people are financially poor, therefore expecting from them to hire a mobile/laptop to start the online classes would give a huge burden for the family which would be unacceptable. In this case, government must allow unaided schools to resume the offline classes which will be affordable for everyone.
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