In a relief to the state government, the Telangana High Court on Tuesday permitted it to conduct all the remaining SSC exams from June 8.
A division bench of the High Court also directed the state government to take all the necessary precautionary measures to protect the students writing the examinations.
The bench, however, directed the government to review the Covid-19 situation in the state once again on June 3, and take a final decision to go ahead with the exams only if the situation didn't deteriorate by then.
It asked the government to file a report on the issue on June 3.
It then adjourned the case to June 4.
The bench passed these re-orders while dealing with a Public Interest Litigation filed by one M Balakrishna in March this year urging to court to direct the government to adjourn the SSC exams till the threat of the coronavirus disappeared from the state.
The HC had then issued interim orders suspending the conducting of the examinations till the situation turned normal in the state.
By then two exams had been conducted, and the rest of the exams were postponed.
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