The re-examination too needed to be cancelled as the identical modus operandi was allegedly utilized by the accused, who have been bodily schooling lecturers in varied faculties of Karnataka, in collusion with the bureaucrat and others. Even earlier than Karnataka’s counsel V N Raghupathy started his argument, a bench of Chief Justice S A Bobde and Justices A S Bopanna and V Ramasubramanian requested, “These people are ruining the education system.” The SC recalled the large rip-off in Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (popularly recognized by its Hindi acronym ‘Vyapam’), which was unearthed in 2011.
Maintaining equity is a elementary requirement of any examination. An alleged abuse of the system by a senior bureaucrat has rightly prompted a severe view from the apex courtroom. We all know that energy comes with accountability. When these in positions of authority are those violating the principles, the violation have to be seen much more severely.
It concerned 13 totally different exams performed by Vyapam for collection of medical college students and state authorities staff. The CJI-led bench stated, “We know of the Vyapam case in MP. What happened there? The education system is getting distorted and perverted.” It issued discover to the accused within the Karnataka case and stayed the HC order discharging them from the case. In 2016, the SC had ordered a CBI probe into the Vyapam rip-off, which concerned legislators, bureaucrats, professionals and businessmen and it was alleged that bribes have been paid for securing excessive ranks in recruitment examinations to get authorities jobs and seats in medical schools.
In a 4,000 web page chargesheet, the CBI final month named 60-odd accused earlier than a Gwalior courtroom. Then, there was the case of 1 Ruby Rai, whose father allegedly helped her by unfair means to safe prime rank in Bihar state board’s Class 12 examination in 2016. Rai was uncovered when she referred to ‘political science’ as ‘prodigal science’ earlier than TV cameras and went on to clarify that prodigal science was all about cooking. Indicating no leniency to those that pollute the examination system at the price of meritorious college students, the CJI-led bench stated, “We want to send a message.”