Highcourt against irregularities
- The cases against GPSCs increased in the last one year
- In many cases, candidates who have passed the exam are deprived of their jobs
- 42 cases have been registered against injustice done in the examination
- The government no longer responds to delays
Gpsc 122 Cases In Highcourt against irregularities
After years of hard working candidates have passed the GPSC exam, they have been left without job. Gujarat Gpsc 122 Cases In Highcourt has increased the number of cases against GPSCs in the last one year. In many cases, the High Court has directed the GPSC and the government to clarify their policy. During the January-August period, 122 cases were registered in the Gpsc 122 Cases In Highcourt against the irregularities in examinations and recruitment by the GPSC for different posts. In 2017, the deputy section officer took the exam, the result of which was announced 3 days ago. Earlier, 42 cases have been registered against the injustice done in the question papers and in the examination. In these cases the candidates have challenged the criteria for their selection.
The candidate has passed the exam in Class III Clerk Examination conducted by the GPSC in 2007, past the age of recruitment . However, because of his legal disputes, the candidate was deprived of his job. When the case was decided in the Gpsc 122 Cases In Highcourt, the age of the candidate had exceeded the eligibility norms. Hence, the candidate has made another case in the High Court against his age.
Case: 2 passed, but did not get a job. In the
examination taken by the GPS officer of the Account Officer and Commercial Tax Officer in Class-II, seven candidates who did not appear on the waiting list were submitted to the Gpsc 122 Cases In Highcourt. In another case, 42 candidates who have passed the examination of the Deputy Section Officer have filed a petition in the High Court against the GPSC recruitment rules. He has been deprived of his job even after passing the exam.
Case: 3 Promotions took four years
Examination for PSI certification from PSI was long stuck in legal dispute. After 4 years, the Gpsc 122 Cases In Highcourt has paved the way for more than 500 cases of judgment