On 26th December 2015, the Hyderabad High Court decided to grant relief to the candidates who have appeared for the Staff Selection Commission’s combined graduate level examination 2014. The court has decided not to stop the evaluation of answer sheets of the applicants even if they have failed to thicken or properly blacken the appropriate circles and accordingly declare their results at the earliest. The ruling has come in the wake of the petitions filed by some of the candidates enrolled for the Staff Selection Commission’s Combined Graduate Level Examination 2014. Also Read - CBSE & ICSE Board Exams 2021: Top 7 Things to do For Preparation |Watch Video

Justice Nooty Ramamohana Rao as well as Justice Anis ruled that the failure to thicken a couple of circles in the answer scripts by some of the candidates cannot be a reason for rejecting the evaluation of their answer sheets. The Staff Selection Commission had stated the reason that some candidates had failed to shade or blacken the test form number in the answer sheet. In the month of July 2015, the Tribunal allowed a plea by G. Raja Surya Praveen seeking a pronouncement of non – evaluation of answer script by the Staff Selection Commission as bad in law. Read more on SSC CGL Exam Preparation here. Also Read - CBSE Board Exam 2021: Tips to Cope Up With Stress For Children And Parents | Watch Video

The test is conducted by the Staff Selection Commission every year and the answer sheets are evaluated through computers. However, the information sheets of the candidates need to be filled separately. The information sheets include roll number of the candidate, the hall ticket number, and the test form number by thickening or darkening appropriate circles given in the sheets. Also Read - Telangana Schools to Reopen for Classes 6 and 8 After Nearly 11 Months