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Delhi HC stays disclosure of Civil Services preliminary examination marks

The Delhi High Court on Monday stayed Justice B D Ahmads order directing the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) to disclose the Civil Services preliminary examination (CSE-pre), 2006 marks.

New Delhi, May 21 : The Delhi High Court on Monday stayed Justice B D Ahmad's order directing the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) to disclose the Civil Services preliminary examination (CSE-pre), 2006 marks.

A Bench of Chief Justice M K Sharma and Sanjeev Khanna put a stay till July 30, and directed the UPSC to submit all the original documents pertaining to the results in a sealed cover before it.

The Court also issued notices to the 25 candidates who had earlier approached the Central Information Commission (CIC) seeking disclosure of cut off marks for the CSE -pre, 2006.

The UPSC had challenged Justice Ahmad's April 17 order which had upheld the CIC's order demanding UPSC to disclose the marks.

Around 2500 unsuccessful candidates had filed separate applications seeking the disclosure of their marks.

In September last year, the UPSC had announced that disclosure of information regarding cut-off marks, individual scores scaling criteria and model answers would lead to violation of the Official Secrets Act (OSA), following an appeal made to the Central Information Commission under the Right To Information (RTI) Act.

The CIC had also asked the UPSC to disclose subject-wise marks of successful candidates in the absence of their cut-off marks.

ANI

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