Sunday, June 13, 2010

Board of Secondary Education, Assam to move court on answer scripts

The Board of Secondary Education, Assam, will move Gauhati High Court to scrap the State Information Commission's order that allows students to see their answer scripts under the Right to Information Act. The state information commissioner, B.K. Gohain, issued an order on July 4 last year which said in any public examination, whether conducted by the universities, SEBA, Assam Higher Secondary Education Council or Assam Public Service Commission, the candidates must be equipped with photocopies of the
answer scripts if they apply under the RTI. The secretary of the SEBA, Dhanadev Mahanta, told The Telegraph that the board had given out photocopies of the answer scripts for the past two years. However, it was not possible to continue, as the exercise disrupted the normal functioning of the board.

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