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May 16, 2019
7:49AM

HC directs Telangana govt, BIE to declare re-verified results by May 27

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The Telangana High Court has directed the state government and the Board of Intermediate Education, BIE to declare the results of re-verified answer s and upload answer sheets of all failed students by May 27.

A notice was also issued to IT firm Globarena Technologies, which handled the intermediate results, asking its representatives to appear before the court. The court posted the matter to June 6 for further hearing.

The directive came on a petition filed by an NGO which sought a direction to the government to conduct a detailed enquiry into the entire process of declaration of results and the errors committed in the process.

The NGO also sought action against board officers and employees responsible for the deaths of failed students who allegedly committed suicide. 

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