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Karnataka HC Directs KPSC to Consider Granting Grace Period to Visually Impaired Students - (21 Aug 2020)

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Karnataka High Court has directed the Karnataka Public Service Commission to consider granting 20 minutes per hour grace period to visually impaired candidates who would be taking the preliminary exams, on 24th August, 2020, for the post of Gazetted probationers.

Tags : KARNATAKA HIGH COURT   GRACE PERIOD TO VISUALLY IMPAIRED STUDENTS  

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