Up Board: Pil To Stop Examination To Improve Marks Rejected, Clearing The Way For Examination To Be Held From September 18 To October 6 Clean

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News Desk, Amar Ujala, Lucknow

Published by: Pankaj Srivastava
Updated Thu, 16 Sep 2021 12:48

Summary

The Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court dismissed the Public Interest Litigation (PIL) seeking to stop the examination to improve the marks in the UP Board, terming it without merit.

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The Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court dismissed the Public Interest Litigation (PIL) seeking to stop the examination to improve marks in the UP Board, terming it without merit. In this, under the pre-board examination policy due to Corona, the mandate was challenged to give a chance to the students who were dissatisfied and wishing to take the mark improvement examination to appear in the examination. This exam is to be held from 18 September to 6 October. After the order of the court, the way has been cleared for this examination.

A division bench of Justice Rituraj Awasthi and Justice Abdul Moin gave this decision on a petition filed by Hrithik Shukla. The petitioner said that conducting this examination would be discriminatory against those students who have passed under the pre-board examination policy.

On the other hand, opposing the petition, Additional Advocate General Kuldeep Pati Tripathi argued that the petition has not been filed by any student. The organization of the petitioner Congress Party is the District President of Lalitpur in NSUI. In such a situation, this petition is politically motivated rather than student interest. At the same time, no student has challenged the examination policy of June 20, nor has called the examination prejudiced and discriminatory. The exam is being conducted only for the students who want to improve their marks. Thousands of students have applied for this. As such, this petition deserves to be dismissed. In view of this, the court dismissed the petition.

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The Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court dismissed the Public Interest Litigation (PIL) seeking to stop the examination to improve marks in the UP Board, terming it without merit. In this, under the pre-board examination policy due to Corona, the mandate was challenged to give a chance to the students who were dissatisfied and wishing to take the mark improvement examination to appear in the examination. This exam is to be held from 18 September to 6 October. After the order of the court, the way has been cleared for this examination.

A division bench of Justice Rituraj Awasthi and Justice Abdul Moin gave this decision on a petition filed by Hrithik Shukla. The petitioner said that conducting this examination would be discriminatory against those students who have passed under the pre-board examination policy.

On the other hand, opposing the petition, Additional Advocate General Kuldeep Pati Tripathi argued that the petition has not been filed by any student. The organization of the petitioner Congress Party is the District President of Lalitpur in NSUI. In such a situation, this petition is politically motivated rather than student interest. At the same time, no student has challenged the examination policy of June 20, nor has called the examination prejudiced and discriminatory. The exam is being conducted only for the students who want to improve their marks. Thousands of students have applied for this. As such, this petition deserves to be dismissed. In view of this, the court dismissed the petition.

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