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Marks of candidates in public exam is public document: HC PTI Nov 30, 2008, 10.02am IST NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court has said that marks obtained by successful candidates in examination conducted by government body is a public document and it should be revealed under RTI Act. "Once the examination is over and candidates are declared successful, it becomes a public document which can be revealed under Right to Information Act," Justice G S Sistani said.examination The court's observation came while hearing a petition filed by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) challenging CIC order which had directed the Commission to reveal the marks obtained by successful candidates in civil services to a third par Please somebody tell me the case name and number of above case, any what has been the faith oft this case and anybody have copy of judgment copy of above case please upload here. Thanks in advance
 
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   IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI
  
  W.P.(C) 8046/2008
  
  UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION ..... Petitioner
  Through Mr. Naresh Kaushik, Ms. Amita Kalkal and Ms. Manisha Badoni, Advocates.
  
versus
  CENTRAL INFORMATION COMMISSION and ORS. ..... Respondents
  Through Nemo.
  
  CORAM:
   HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE SANJIV KHANNA
  
   O R D E R
   10.07.2009
  
  I do not see any reason to interfere with the order passed by the Central
  Information Commissioner dated 29th October, 2008 directing the petitioner Union
  Public Service Commission to disclose the marks secured by selected physically
  handicapped candidates. There cannot be any palpable public interest in not
  supplying the said information. No internal procedure adopted by Union Public
  Service Commission would adversely affect by revealing the marks. The
  examination is held by the Union Public Service Commission and marks are also
  awarded by them in respect of written examination and interview. Third persons,
  
  
  i.e., the candidates have not provided any information, confidential or
  otherwise, to the Union Public Service Commission.
  The writ petition is dismissed.
  
   SANJIV KHANNA, J.
  JULY 10, 2009
  
  
  
  

 

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Is this the judgment you were searching for?


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@ B.K. Gupta!!! Sir!! really you deserve triple hat off from my side.

Sir your in provided case hon'ble judge is HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE SANJIV KHANNA,but in my case observation is made by Justice G S Sistani.Nevertheless i really appreciate your posted order also.

Again highly request you to please post and upload the my aforesaid mention case if you could find that.

And again highly request you to kindly upload the your aforesaid mention CIC order which was challenge by UPSC in High Court. And please if you have other related case(by SC/HC/CIC/SIC) in which unsuccessful candidate is allowed to sec the answer scriptt of successful candidate let me know.

with regards and thanks again.

 
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This is the only judgment -Union Public Service Commission filed against order of CIC in Delhi High Court.As per your information Justice G.S. Sistani might have delivered the interim order in this case.


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@ B.K. Guptaji!1!! Sir!! could you please upload the copy of above CIC order which was challenge in High court. Thanks in advance
 
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The decision of CIC in the case referred above is attached



Attached File : 11364526 mr. d. radha krishna vs union public service commission ... on 29 october, 2008.pdf downloaded 91 times

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