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Islamabad High Court (IHC) today disposed off Farah Dogar case by terming the procedure of re-assessment and re-checking of Farah’s marks correct.
In its detailed 14 pages verdict, Justice Sardar Muhammad Aslam has stated that examiners did not make any mistake while re-evaluating Farah Hameed Dogar’s marks and that the history of higher courts was replete with verdicts allowing the reassessment of awarded marks.
The court also directed the government and ministry of education to determine a well-defined procedure of awarding additional marks and re-evaluation of marks awarded.
Earlier, Chief Justice IHC, Justice Sardar Muhammad Aslam had reserved verdict in Farah Hameed Dogar case after completing the hearing of legal challenge to the jacking up of her marks in FSc annual examination.
IHC gave the verdict after thoroughly reviewing all relevant record of Farah Hameed Dogar which includes answer sheets, rechecking and reassessing of her marks.
During the final hearing of the issue before the IHC, petitioner Azam Khan Sultanpuri, who is one of the challengers of extra 21 marks awarded to Farah Hameed Dogar, argued that the Chairman, Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) acted in gross violation of the rules while awarding extra marks to the daughter of CJP.

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