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Virendra Kumar Tripathi v. State Of U.P. And Others - WRIT - C No. 7503 of 2006 [2006] RD-AH 4409 (23 February 2006)

 

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HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE OF ALLAHABAD

Hon'ble Vineet Saran, J

For the reasons stated in the order dated 23.2.2006 passed in Civil Misc. Writ Petition No. 5331 of 2006 Kuldeep Singh vs. State of U.P. and others, the students whose registration forms for High School Examination, 2006 from the college have been accepted by the respondent-authorities and have not been issued admit cards, shall be permitted to appear in the High School examination, 2006 on the same terms and conditions as provided in the order passed in the aforementioned writ petition for which the respondent-authorities shall make the following arrangements:-

(1) The photo identity cards or admit cards shall be issued to all such remaining students who have yet not been issued admit cards. For such purpose (as suggested by the District Inspector of Schools, Kaushambi through his communication of today's date),  all such students of the college (whose admit cards have not been issued) may appear  in the office of the Principal, Government Inter College, Allahabad on 26th, 27th or 28th February, 2006 at 10.00 A.M. along with three self-attested photographs, and after filling up the examination forms, they shall be issued their identity cards/admit cards by the District Inspector of Schools, Kaushambi.

(2) The Principal of the college shall, within 2 days, provide to the District Inspector of Schools, Kaushambi, the names of all such candidates of High School examination whose admit cards have not been issued, but their registration forms had been accepted by the education authorities.

(3) The Respondent no.3 shall ensure that the examination centre for all the students of the college is intimated to the Principal of the college, either at the time when the photo identity cards are issued or at least 4 four days prior to the start of the examination. The examination centre of all the students of the college shall not be the petitioner-college itself, but some other institution that may be in the proximity of the petitioner-college.

(4) Adequate arrangements for providing independent invigilators (who may be teachers from colleges other than the petitioner-college) be made by the District Inspector of Schools, Kaushambi for holding the examination in a fair manner.

(5) The District Magistrate, Kaushambi, Respondent no.5, shall ensure that responsible Sector Magistrates are appointed for supervising the examinations of all the colleges of district of Kaushambi, and more particularly of the college in question.

(6) The District Magistrate, Kaushambi as well as the educational authorities shall be free to adopt all other methods for checking the use of unfair means, which may include providing for video photography, inside and outside the examination centre, whenever required.

(7) No outsider should be permitted in the vicinity of the examination centres and only the invigilators and the candidates possessing admit cards/photo identity cards be permitted inside the campus of the centre.

After the examinations are over and by the next date of listing, the Respondent nos. 3, 4 and 5 shall submit their separate reports to this Court with regard to the arrangements made and fairness in the conduct of the examination.

The results of the students of the college for the High School Examinations, 2006, who have appeared under the orders of this Court, shall not be declared until further orders.

List this writ petition on 12.4.2006.

The office is directed to issue certified copy of this order to the learned counsel for the petitioner within 24 hours on payment of usual charges. The learned Standing Counsel shall be provided certified copy of this order, for necessary compliance, free of charges within the same period.

Dt/-23.2.2006

dps

w.p.7503.06


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