Meanwhile, recounting and re-verification process of intermediate results of 3.5 lakh students is underway in 12 centres since April 25 and is expected to be completed by May 8.
Protests were staged all over the State on Monday, demanding action from the State government in the Intermediate result fiasco.
Answering questions on what action the government would take against those responsible, Rao said a committee has been formed to look into the matter, and action will be taken based on its report.
According to the report, as many as 4,288 students from the MEC stream got marksheets that showed that they secured marks in single digits in mathematics.
Though the government is, in principle, in favour of re-evaluation of answer sheets of certain students, it cannot take a decision yet as a case is pending in the High Court, sources said.
As the number of student suicides keep increasing, a sense of disquiet is prevailing in the ruling camp as the intermediate debacle came as a hard knock to the credibility of the government.
The Court was urged to pass orders directing the authorities concerned to re-evaluate the answer papers, and to pay compensation of Rs 50 lakh to each of the families of the students who killed self
The committee also found TSBIE guilty of not re-evaluating physical answer scripts, even when major inconsistencies were found before the results were declared.
Globarena Technologies’ chief VSN Raju refuses to comment on allegations of goofing-up exam results, claims that the company had no connection to politicians or political parties.