Moderation in Pcs J 2018 contested, judgment reserved

Amar Ujala Network, Prayagraj

Published by: Vinod Singh
Updated Mon July 19, 2021 11:29 PM IST

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The challenge of the moderation in PCS J 2018 was challenged in the Allahabad High Court. The court reserved the decision after the arguments had been settled. A bench owned by Judge Sunit Agarwal and Judge Manzorani Thakur heard the petition from Priyanka Chaudhary and other candidates. The petition claims that, secondly, in his legal work, he received more grades in the answer sheet, but the grades were reduced due to the moderation in the grade sheet, which meant that the final selection did not take place despite appearing in the interview. The petitioners state that the original number of points can only be increased or decreased by a maximum of ten percent. The petitioners claim that more than 10 percent of the grades have been discounted on behalf of 16 percent and 19 percent moderation.It should be noted that the PCS J 2018 Mains result was announced on June 13, 2019. After the interview, the final result was announced on July 20, 2019. Petitioner Shobha Sagar said she received 91 points on the Answer Sheet in Law Work II, but the points on the grade sheet were reduced to 74. Similarly, the petitioner Sonal Soni said that she received 100 points on the answer sheet, but 16 percent of the points on the score sheet were reduced to 84, which is why the petitioners’ selection was not made after the interview.

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The challenge to the moderation in PCS J 2018 was challenged in the Allahabad High Court. The court reserved the decision after the arguments had been settled. A bench owned by Judge Sunit Agarwal and Judge Manzorani Thakur heard the petition from Priyanka Chaudhary and other candidates. The petition claims that, secondly, in his legal work, he received more grades in the answer sheet, but the grades were reduced due to the moderation in the grade sheet, which meant that the final selection did not take place despite appearing in the interview. The petitioners state that the original number of points can only be increased or decreased by a maximum of ten percent. The petitioners claim that more than 10 percent of the grades have been discounted on behalf of 16 percent and 19 percent moderation.

It should be noted that the PCS J 2018 Mains result was announced on June 13, 2019. After the interview, the final result was announced on July 20, 2019. Petitioner Shobha Sagar said she received 91 points on the Answer Sheet in Law Work II, but the points on the grade sheet were reduced to 74. Similarly, the petitioner Sonal Soni said that she received 100 points on the answer sheet, but 16 percent of the points on the score sheet were reduced to 84, which is why the petitioners’ selection was not made after the interview.

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