Aditya Bandopadhyay revisited: Law students crack WHIP on CBSE over "exorbitant" RTI feesJanuary 25 2016
A group of law students has threatened the Central Board for Secondary Examinations (CBSE) with legal action over its non-compliance of a Supreme Court judgment.
The Whistle for Public Interest (WHIP), started by Amity Law School students Kumar Shanu and Paras Jain (pictured), has written a letter to the CBSE Chairman asking the CBSE to provide answer sheets copies at the rate prescribed by the RTI Rules, as opposed to the "exorbitant fees" currently charged.
Earlier, one of . . .
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