"What a mess!" SC calls for minimal judicial interference in conduct of Public ExaminationsDecember 13 2017
The Supreme Court has reiterated that there should be minimal interference from the judiciary when it comes to the conduct and evaluation of public examinations by statutory authorities.
Pertinent observations in this regard were made by a Bench comprising Justices Madan B Lokur and Deepak Gupta, as it put an end to the long-standing controversy surrounding the conduct and evaluation of the 2009 Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Services Examination.
History of the case . . .
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