Allahabad HC orders Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission to reassess UPPSC PCS Prelims 2017 results

The Allahabad High Court on Friday ordered the Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission to reevaluate the UPPSC PCS Prelims 2017 results

FP Staff March 30, 2018 16:05:55 IST
Allahabad HC orders Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission to reassess UPPSC PCS Prelims 2017 results

The Allahabad High Court on Friday ordered the Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission to re-evaluate the UPPSC PCS Prelims 2017 results, according to media reports.

A bench of Justice Pankaj Mittal and Justice Saral Shrivastav asked the commission to cancel four questions, accept both 'c' and 'd' options of four questions as valid, and to accept 'd' option of four questions as valid while reassessing the results, Navbharat Times reported.

The exam was held to fill 677 vacancies, according to Amar Ujala.

According to News18, about 4 lakh students had applied for the PSC prelims exams out of which 2,46,654 students gave the exams, which were held on 24 September 2017. A total of 14,032 students who cleared the examination will be affected with this decision.

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