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akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in MediaMost of the examinations conducted by the MPSC do not happily get finished without a controversy. Be it for a right reason or wrong reason. We do find instances where many candidates who felt Set down use to take legal recourse for redressal of their grievances. I am also one of such candidates who have fought retentfessly to get to the bottom of the alleged violation of the MCSCC Examination Rules in the conduct of 2010 MCS/MPS exam. My whole fight actually began when I was informed by the MPSC vide RTI reply dated 05-11-2012 that I had not obtained the qualifying mark in the General English paper and as such my other seven main papers had not been evaluated by virtue of the provision incorporated under Note (ii) of Section II of Chapter It of the aforesaid Rules. Surprisingly, it was later found that all my seven main papers had been duly evaluated by the concerned examiners which virtually put me in the fourth position of the overall written test of the said exam. Leaving aside all these for a while, what concerns us the most at the moment is how MPSC had applied the same provisions of Note (ii) in 2010 exam and subsequently in 2013 & 2014 exams. To get a complete picture of 2010 exam, we need to move a little back to the court proceeding. During the writ proceedings, MPSC by filing an affidavit had submitted that that the provision under Note (ii) is only a directory rule, but not a mandatory rule that until and unless the qualifying paper (General English Paper) is examined and the result thereof is out, the other papers cannot be examined. MPSC further submitted that there is no such legal necessity that the General English paper should be examined first and therefore, under compelling circumstances, all the papers of the candidates including General English paper were examined at the same time (simultaneously) to save time, money and everything. Thus the initial statement made by the MPSC in their RTI reply which indicated non-evaluation of my seven papers on account of my failure to obtain the qualifying mark in General Read more at: MPSC`s Latest RTI reply hints at massive irregularity in 2010 MCS exam | KanglaOnline
moinf posted a question in Ask for Non RTI SupportHello, Around 2 years ago, I have demolished my english tiled and tin shed house measuring 109 sq yards and constructed a G+1 cement building non commercial no rental income. The tax has been raised from 700 rs to 3000 rs per year. The steep increase the tax collector says because i had applied for municipal permission for house construction. There are houses adjacent to me which are atleast 300 sq yards G + 2 who are paying the tax at 500 rs per year, and have not taken permission at the time for construction. It looks i am being punished for following rules and regulations and being a responsible citizen. Please advise how should i resolve the issue Thanks for reading and helping. Regards Moin
Dear All, I am a student of VTU University in Karnataka (which has become famous for all kinds of scams and irregularities). I have applied for RTI application under the clause "Life or liberty" of the Act -- referring to my liberty as a citizen of India, to enjoy continuous education without hindrance from any third party. My issue is that one exam paper of mine has been evaluated for less marks. After that I applied for "Revaluation" (by paying Rs500) and subsequently for challenge Revaluation" (by paying Rs5000) ; both these options are available to all students under the university for all the exams. (Infact, the university make approx 3.5 cr every 6 months, ie, every semester, in this fashion). Even after opting for these two options, my marks have not been increased, even though i deserve more, and hence I have failed in the subject. Due to this I will be loosing one academic year (my liberty to education). Hence I have applied for an RTI, asking for details of the name, experience, qualification of the professors who have evaluated my paper. Also I have asked for the answer-key according to which the university has evaluated the paper.. In this case, would the application come under the "life or liberty" clause?? Please guide me accordingly, asap. Thanks in advance