ssc cgl 2017 court case update
Bhushan argued that CBI has said that it was not possible to identify each and every candidate who may have benefitted from the malpractices in the examination, which included remote access for computers which were used for online exam.
On May 9 last year, the top court had paved the way for declaration of results of SSC CGLE-2017 by vacating its stay on it.
It said that although the CBI which was required to file the charge sheets against all the accused within 60 days from the date of arrests but only part charge sheet based on prima facie evidence was filed against two accused.
“Since, there is considerable evidence available in the public domain that the examinations being conducted by SSC are tainted and prone to malpractices, therefore, it would be necessary to restrain SSC from conducting any examination till the submission of the report by the Committee, which is mandated to submits its report within three months from its first meeting,” it said.
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Amid the protests, the SSC had recommended a CBI probe into the allegations of paper leak.
The committee will look into several aspects, including whether as per the investigation done by the CBI in the paper leak of 2017 exams, is it possible to conclude that the entire examination process could have been tainted by leakage and if yes, then how the beneficiaries would be identified.
Bhushan along with advocate Govind Jee alleged that SSC CGL and SSC High Secondary Level (HSL) examinations of 2017, were both tainted and fresh examination needs to be conducted.
The SSC is a government body which conducts examinations to recruit staff at multiple levels in various ministries and departments. Several lakh students appear in the SSC examination each year and enter government services in Group C and D Categories of jobs once they qualify.