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Government Pleads With High Court About SSC Exams

The state government urged the court to permit it to hold all the remaining SSC exams keeping in view the future of the students.
Hyderabad | 15th May 2020
The state government on Friday requested the High Court of Telangana to take up the hearing of the case related to the pending SSC exams in the state.

The Advocate General of the state B S Prasad made a mention of the Public Interest Litigation (PIL) pending before a division bench of the HC, and urged the court take up the hearing of the case.

He also urged the division bench to permit the state government to hold all the remaining SSC exams keeping in view the future of the students.

He also said that the state government had already taken up steps to prevent the spread of the coronavirus at the examination centres during the conducting of the exams.

Responding on the issue, the court told the government that it would take up the hearing on the issue on May 19.
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