UP Teacher Recruitment 2020: 69,000 Assistant Teacher Recruitment: The government considered anomalies in the selection list of Assistant Teacher Recruitment: The UP government on Monday admitted in the Lucknow bench of the High Court that there were discrepancies in the selection list of Assistant Teacher Recruitment-2019. The government also told the court that a reply had been sought from the NIC regarding the discrepancies.
Necessary action will be taken after getting the response from NIC. It was also held by the state government that the recruitments on 31277 posts could be reviewed under the order passed in the SLP for consideration before the Supreme Court.
Justice Manish Kumar said after the government filed the reply that there was no need to pass any order on the plea of Yachti Pankaj Yadav. The petition said that in Basic Teacher Recruitment-2019, the candidates who got fewer marks than the petitioner were called for counselling but despite having more marks, his name is not in the announced list and neither was he called for counseling.
The plea of the petitioner argued
The advocate of the petitioner argued that in the Other Backward Classes category, the quality point marks of the petitioner are 71.1 per cent, but he was not called for counseling. In contrast, 68.78 per cent of the number was called, which is not correct.
Additional Chief Permanent Advocate Rannvijay Singh, appearing for the state government in this case, said that there is no question of appointing a candidate with fewer marks, and if there is any mistake, it will be rectified.
This is the whole case
The selection process is going on for the recruitment of 69,000 teachers in the council schools of the state. The final list of 67867 candidates was released in the month of June, but on the very first day of counseling, the High Court stayed the selection.
After this, the State Government, on the order of the apex court of May 21, ordered the new list of 31661 posts to be selected from the list released in the month of June, after which the Basic Education Council finalized the candidates on 31277 posts—shipped to districts.