The Allahabad High Court was appointed on Wednesday the appointment of 69,000 assistant teachers in Uttar Pradesh. The High Court hearing set a date for the July 12 hearing. It is only days after the Prime Minister’s response to the Supreme Court’s decision to challenge the Supreme Court’s decision. Signs for these appointments.
On May 21, the high court asked the regional government to outline the proposed procedures by listing the appointment appointments. Justice U U Lalit, M M Shanthanagoudar and Vineet Saran initially refused to interfere with the High Court’s decision.
But later revised the order and notified the state government, posting the case until July 6, asking the Uttara Pradesh government to explain why it had already changed the 45 percent discount mark for the entire category. 40 percent for the reserved category
The Supreme Court needs a detailed answer before July 6.
It is best to hear the case again until the trial court commencement, stating that there is a large number of parties involved.
A number of complaints, including by individuals and individuals belonging to the Prakash Pradesh Shikita Mitra Association, were challenged in the May 6 decision by the Alabbara High Court.
The High Court on May 6 ordered the state government to complete the process of appointing 69,000 assistant teachers in Uttar Pradesh within the next three months.
The strength of the temporary process was completed on the May 29, last year, and only the results were to be announced.
The division bench has already issued a single benchmark order that the government has directed to meet 65 percent of the eligibility for general category candidates and 60 percent for reserved category candidates.
According to the single bench, the minimum cut would be 45 per cent for the general and 40 per cent for the reserved candidates.
May On July 25, 2017, the Supreme Court has asked the state government to cancel the 1,37,517 appointments through the Teachers’ Qualification Certification (TET), but will provide them with experience in the recruitment process. Six months later, he ordered a written examination of the assistant teachers’ posts for the first time to employ 69,000 teachers.
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