The Delhi High Court on Thursday disregarded the plea filed utilizing a few candidates in search of postponement of Civil Services Mains Exam 2021 performed with the aid of the Union Public Service Commission.
Hearing the plea, Justice Kameshwar Rao stated that the courtroom was once no longer inclined to intervene in the count and will pass by an order on this.
A petition used to be filed in the High Court worrying about the postponement of the UPSC mains examination due to the upward push in the range of Covid-19 cases, which is to be held from January 7 to January 16.
On behalf of the petitioners, recommend Anushree Kapadia stated Covid-19 instances have been growing continuously. In such a situation, if a scholar receives contaminated with Covid-19 then there are excessive possibilities that different college students can additionally get infected.
Apart from this, Kapadia stated that there are many such rules, hints for the candidates which are now not appropriate. Not viable for college students to virtually follow, she added.
Advocate Naresh Kaushik, performing for UPSC, additionally submitted earlier than the courtroom that for the duration of the prelims examination, throughout 9 lakh college students had regarded however in the major exam, solely round 9,000 are appearing.
Kaushik stated that all the preparations for this examination have been completed. We had additionally organized for the resolution of facilities for the examinees, this facility was once additionally used by way of many students. In such a situation, it would no longer be proper to put the examination on hold, he added.
Kaushik knowledgeable the court docket that the candidates have already downloaded the admits playing cards and from Friday the examination will start and supervisors have already reached the centres.
UPSC has additionally requested the national governments to make sure that no inconvenience is triggered to the candidates and examination functionaries.
Some candidates had filed a petition in the High Court annoying the postponement of these examinations because of the swiftly growing instances of Covid-19.