SC refuses to interfere in recruitment

SC refuses to interfere in recruitment of teachers : UP

UP government has got relief from the Supreme Court in the 69 thousand teacher recruitment case. SC refuses to interfere in recruitment in the petition challenging the High Court’s decision.

Case was pending from twenty-two years

Uttar Pradesh, the Supreme Court has refused to intervene in the petition on the Anshar seat dispute in the recruitment of 69 thousand teachers pending for twenty-two years.

UP government has got a big relief from the Supreme Court

In this entire case, the Supreme Court has asked the petitioner to go to the High Court. Let me tell you that this dispute arose because more than one option was correct in the multiple-choice answer of the same question. Rishabh Mishra in the Supreme Court has filed a petition regarding the dispute.

The Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court gave relief to the UP government in the Anshar seat dispute case.SC refuses to interfere in the recruitment of teachers

The Allahabad High Court’s single bench put a question mark on the examination result announced by the government on May 8, 2020. UGC panel the question paper to examine, preventing the entire selection process from being confused with some questions and answer keys. High Court’s Division Bench has stayed the decision.

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Division bench imposed ban

On June 12, the Lucknow bench of the High Court stayed the order of a single bench regarding the recruitment process of teachers. On 3 June, the Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court had put an interim stay on the recruitment process of assistant teachers, which was overturned by the Division Bench. A petition was filed in the Supreme Court against the decision of the Division Bench.

What was the order of single bench

The petitioners had questioned the veracity of some questions in the declared results of assistant teachers. Hearing on this, the single bench of Lucknow Bench had stopped the recruitment process on 3 June. The court asked the petitioners to present their objection to the disputed questions before the state government within a week. After this, the Division Bench stayed the stay order of single bench.

Recruitment in limbo for two years

Significantly, in Uttar Pradesh, the 69000 teacher recruitment case has been hanging in the balance for the last two years, due to which the dreams of government jobs of thousands of candidates have been eclipsed. Candidates are traveling around the High Court and Supreme Court and every day a new twist is coming.

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