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In any civilised society education plays a pivotal role. The growth of the country is measures by the amount of knowledge its citizen have,. It is not wrong to say that education is the backbone of any country. From time immemorial paramount importance is given to education in India. Indian education system is based on Guru- Shishya primipara. A teacher is not someone who only gives knowledge of text to the student but also teaches lessons of life. Post-independence in the Constitution it is enshrined that the state is duty bound to provide means of education. The judiciary of the country very clearly stated that right to education flows from right to life under article 21.Our education system is based on face to face interaction inside the four walls of classroom. But with the advent of the pandemic, COVID 19 the entire education system is changed. Online learning is the new norm of present era. Now teaching learning is beyond boundaries now the education is not just confined to classroom. Instead, it is available virtually with the help of information and technology tools. This virtual mode of education has positive and negative impact . Judiciary is trying hard to create a balance in order to ensure education to every student and at the same time judiciary is concerned about the economic rights of the teachers.
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