High Court For Revaluation Of Intermediate Papers
The Telangana High Court today directed the government to re-evaluate the papers of about three lakh students in the State who were declared failed.
Hyderabad | 23rd April 2019
Speaking on the Intermediate examination results row, the Telangana High Court today directed the State government to re-evaluate the papers of about three lakh students in the State who took the examinations and were declared failed.
The court took up hearing on a petition filed by the Children's Rights Association, and asked the Intermediate Board to also conduct the revaluation of the papers in quick time and not take two months over it as sought by its officials.
When the Additional Advocate General pleaded for two months for revaluation, the court objected. It asked him why it needed that much time, and sought a reply by next Monday on how early the exercise would be completed.
The court also said that it would look into the whole issue as the GO was issued to look into only the functioning of the agency.
On behalf of the petitioner, Advocate Damodar Reddy sought a judicial inquiry into the issue. The court however rejected the plea saying it could not help the students any more.
The court also directed the government to respond on the issue by next Monday.
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