Allahabad, Nov 3: A division bench of the Allahabad High Court on Tuesday, Nov 4 directed the UP Public Service Commission (PSC) to declare the result of assistant prosecution officer (APO) examination-2006 within a period of three months. The bench passed this order, when the counsel appearing for the UPPSC informed the Court that commission will take three months to complete the procedure for declaring the result.
The order was passed by a division bench, consisting of Justices J Sahai and Rakesh Sharma on a writ petition, filed by one Monika Umrao, who had appeared in the APO examination 2006. The petitioner had prayed before the Court for the declaration of the result of the examination. The petitioner, in the writ petition, had said the main examination of APO was held on November 28/29, 2007 but till date the result was not declared.
The Court, on earlier occasion, had asked the PSC to seek instruction in the matter as to why the result of the APO examination was not declared. The counsel for the PSC informed the bench that commission will take three months time to declare the result. The Court on his instruction disposed of the writ petition with a direction to declare the result within three months.