High Court Orders BIE to Declare Re-Verification Results By May 27
The Telangana High Court on Wednesday directed the state government and the Board of Intermediate Education (BIE) to declare the results of re-verified answer contents and transfer answer sheets of all fizzled students by May 27.
A notice was likewise issued to IT firm Globarena Technologies, which dealt with the middle of the road results, requesting that its representatives show up before the court.
The directive went ahead a petition recorded by city-based tyke rights NGO 'BalalaHakkulaSangham' (BHS), which looked for a direction to the government to lead a definite investigation into the entire procedure of statement of results and the blunders/botches submitted all the while.
The NGO additionally looked for activity against board officers and representatives responsible for the "deaths" of failed students who purportedly ended it all.
Opposition parties, including the Congress, BJP, TDP and the TJS, and different students’ associations have guaranteed that more than 25 students ended it all since the announcement of results on April 18.
The gatherings had additionally griped to Governor ESL Narasimhan and looked for a legal probe into the issue.
Petitioner's insight Damodar Reddy said the court directed the state government and the BIE to declare the results of re-verification and transfer the appropriate response sheets of more than three lakh fizzled students by May 27.
"It will empower the students to download the appropriate response sheets," Reddy said.
The supposed screwing up by BIE in the declaration of results prompted widespread dissents by students, their parents, and political parties here and over the state.
About 9.74 lakh students had appeared for the halfway test in March this year, of whom 3.28 lakh were declared fizzled.
The government has additionally declared that failed students need not make a difference for re-tallying and re-verification.