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The Chief Justice said the law on whether a retrial was needed or not was based on settled principles of law.

“On the basis of the recorded data submitted to it, a court must see if the violation is systemic; if it has affected the integrity of the entire examination process; if it is possible to separate the beneficiaries from the unblemished students. If segregation is not possible, it would be necessary to order re-examination. On the other hand, if the violation is confined to specific centres, it may not be appropriate to order a re-examination, especially when it involves over 23 lakh students,” the CJI explained during the recent hearing.

New Delhi: Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud addresses a two-day conference on ‘Technology and Judicial Dialogue’, particularly focusing on the transformative role of artificial intelligence in the judiciary, at the Supreme Court of India, in New Delhi, Saturday, April 13, 2024. (PTI Photo/Shahbaz Khan) (PTI04_13_2024_000049B)

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