Justice Prakash Chandra Verma To Pronounce The Verdict In BSSC Sachivalaya Sahayak Result Case
Post on 04,October 2012   8:00 AM
By - PolyEyes Staff
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Patna, Oct, 4: Bihar Staff Selection Commission (BSSC) which is waiting for the verdict of Patna High Court to release the revised result of graduate level sachivalaya sahayak PT examination on the basis of the revised model answer suggested by the expert committee is expected to get the guidance of High Court today.

According to the cause list of the Patna High Court Justice Prakash Chandra Verma is going to hear the matter today itself as the case (CWJC.10268/2012) is listed on serial number three.

Although matter is pending since long time before Patna High Court, so it is expected that court will direct the BSSC to release the result by protecting those candidates who was already declared in line with the previous judgment given after the hearing of similar matter in 53rd 55th BPSC PT examination.

As per the earlier directive of Patna High Court Commission has already reevaluated the papers and prepared the merit list and one copy is submitted in the court to seek further directive for the publication of the result.


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