Supreme Court refuses to ban UPPSC Men’s Examination 2018


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The Supreme Court has refused to ban the Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission’s main examination beginning June 18. Along with this, the order of Allahabad also kept the order in which it was asked to re-evaluate the answer papers of the initial examination. The hearing on this matter was made on Tuesday by Justice U.L. Lalit and Justice Deepak Gupta, which has come to the decision today.

Let us know that the results of the launch of PCS 2017 were released on January 19, 2018. Challenged by 120 appeals in the Allahabad High Court in January 2018. It was said in the petition that there were 14 such questions which were not correct, after which the court asked the cancellation of a question and the re-evaluation of the commission by changing the answer to two questions. After this the Commission had filed a petition in the Supreme Court instead of amending the result. On which the Commission got a stay order.

The people in the petition filed in the Supreme Court had said that the Commission did not follow the order of the High Court. According to the order, the commission was to announce the results again. Many students from one or two numbers will not be able to join this Manus examination. On 3 out of 14 questions, the High Court had amended and asked to release the results again. If the Commission had already declared this order of the court and declared the results again, they could also get an opportunity to join the examination.

According to the information, the result of the PCS 2017 examination was released on January 2018. In which 14032 candidates were successful. The Commission also released the revised answer key. In which many candidates saw that the answers to many questions were not correct, after which they had filed petition in the High Court.