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CBSE cannot refuse to effect name change in marksheets: HC

By The Hindu calender  24-Aug-2019

CBSE cannot refuse to effect name change in marksheets: HC

The Madras High Court has held that those who get their names changed by issuing newspaper advertisements and recording the same in the government gazette are entitled to get the change reflected in their old mark statements issued by authorities such as the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
Justice G. Jayachandran was of the view that refusal by CBSE to incorporate the change of names in the mark statements might lead to confusion in identifying the individuals concerned since one set of their documents would be carrying the new name whereas others might have the old names imprinted on them.
The order was passed while allowing a writ petition filed by Raana Cariappa Kalianda, represented by his father Kalianda Chengappa Poovaiah, who had challenged a communication received by him from the CBSE on May 10 refusing to make changes to his old name Kalianda Ved Cariappa found in the Class X mark statement.
CBSE had rejected his request on the ground that a government gazette notification issued on December 19, 2018, stated that Kalianda Ved Cariappa shall henceforth be called as Raana Cariappa Kalianda and therefore no change could be made to his Class X mark statement issued before the date of the notification.

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