The Karnataka High Court was appraised that in the KPSC interview for 2,011 'A' and 'B' Grade gazetted probationary posts, 1,083 candidates were given same marks, indicating marks were given prior to the interview, reports Kannada Prabha.

The HC was hearing an application by Renukambike and other aggrieved parties who appealed to the court to order the State Government not to appoint as per the directions of KAT to 362 probationary 'A' and 'B' graded jobs in 2011. A division bench comprising Justice HG Ramesh and justice PS Dinesh Kumar continued to hear the application on Thursday also. 

Consul for the applicants senior Naragunda argued that KPSC chairman and members had given uniform marks to all the 1983 candidates indicating it was decided prior to the interview.