CBSE taken to the sword as law students file contempt petition in Supreme CourtMarch 19 2016
WHIP (Whistle for Public Interest), an organization run by law students, has taken on the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Once again.
This time around, the students have filed a contempt petition against the education authority in the Supreme Court of India.
The matter relates to the exorbitant RTI fees levied by CBSE on students seeking access to answer sheets, a fact that was found when one of the members of WHIP filed an RTI seeking information on the procedure . . .
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