Thanks to these law students, CBSE answer sheets will not cost a fortune [Updated]

Aditya AK August 17 2016

The Supreme Court of India yesterday directed the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to “scrupulously observe” the directions made by the court in a previous judgment.

This, after a group of students filed a contempt petition in the apex court contending that the 2011 judgment in CBSE v. Aditya Bandhopadhyay was not being followed by the examination authority.

The Whistle for Public Interest (WHIP . . .

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