Allahabad High Court To Give Verdict on 69000 Teachers Recruitment Today


Lucknow. The Allahabad High Court will give its verdict on Friday in the matter of stopping the recruitment process of 69,000 assistant teachers. A bench comprising of Justice PK Jaiswal and Justice Dinesh Kumar Singh will give its verdict on the matter on Friday. It is worth mentioning that Allahabad High Court had stopped the process of recruitment of 69000 basic teachers in the state on June 3.

The court of Justice Alok Mathur said that some of the questions asked during the examination were wrong and hence it needs to be re-examined by the Central Grants Commission. The Uttar Pradesh government has filed a special petition challenging the decision to stop the appointment process of 69000 basic teachers in Uttar Pradesh.

A division bench of Justice Pankaj Jaiswal and Justice Dinesh Kumar Singh reserved its verdict on June 9 on this petition filed by the state government on behalf of the Examination Regulatory Commission (ERA).

Recently, a petition has been filed challenging the validity of the mandate of 25 March 94 to accommodate TET pass reserved category candidates in general category for the recruitment of 69000 Assistant Teacher in Allahabad High Court. The High Court has sought a reply from the state government in a month. The petition will be heard after 6 weeks. This order has been given by the bench of Justice Pankaj Mittal and Justice Piyush Aggarwal on the petition of Ajit Kumar and 35 others.

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