Allahabad: Despite all efforts made by the government to avoid tardiness in justice, the road ahead still looks bumpy. With all the aspirants appearing for Higher Judicial Service in Uttar Pradesh failing to score even the basic minimum passing mark in a written test, the poor state of the judges can be gauged.  

Many aspirants appeared for Higher Judicial Service examination held on January 7, 8 and 9 this year, but failed to meet the required standard for the examination.

The declining quality of aspirants is evident from the fact that not a single out of the 245 aspirants could qualify the exam for Higher Judicial Services Examination 2009.

The shocking results revealed that none of the aspirants could score even fifty percent in five subjects – the minimum marks required for appearing in interview as per Higher Judicial Service Rules 1975.

(JPN/ Bureau)