Submit answer scripts of KAS mains exam: HC to PSC
D A RASHID
Srinagar, Nov 4: High Court has directed the Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission to produce answer scripts of Urdu and Kashmiri of Kashmir Administrative Service mains examination before it for perusal.
“The Court passed the direction for producing before it the answer scripts of the aggrieved candidates so that it could be ascertained if the Commission had effected any moderation in the optional subjects of Urdu and Kashmiri,” counsel for the petitioner, Z A Shah said.
The candidates who had opted for Kashmiri and Urdu in the mains examination of the Combined Civil Services had approached the Court with the plea that the selection agency had allegedly effected moderation in the two subjects unlawfully, leaving other optional subjects without moderation.
The candidates have a plea that after carrying out moderation in Urdu and Kashmiri, their merit was allegedly reduced which failed them to figure in the final selection list.
Earlier, counsel for the petitioners had pleaded before the Court that it must peruse the records including the answer scripts of the candidates to ascertain if moderation was carried out in Urdu and Kashmiri.
“Though the candidates had earlier approached the Commission for the answer scripts under the RTI Act, they were denied the same,” Shah told Greater Kashmir.
The candidates had appeared in the KAS mains examination in April 2010 and had qualified for the interview.
The Commission has been directed by the Court to produce the answer scripts before its registry.
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