Thursday, February 15, 2018

हाईकोर्ट लखनऊ: टीईटी 2017 प्रकरण में आज की सुनवाई का आदेश, आज के मुख्य बिंदु

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टेट 2017 प्रकरण आज की सुनवाई का आदेश


?Court No. - 23

Case :- SERVICE SINGLE No. - 28222 of 2017

Petitioner :- Mohd. Rizwan And 103 Ors.
Respondent :- State Of U.P. Thru Prin.Secy.Basic Edu.Civil Sectt.Lko.&Ors.
Counsel for Petitioner :- Amit Kumar Singh Bhadauri
Counsel for Respondent :- C.S.C.,Sudhanshu Chauhan

Hon'ble Rajesh Singh Chauhan,J.
Heard Sri Raghvendra Kumar Singh, learned Advocate General, assisted by Sri Hari Govind Upadhyaya, learned Additional Chief Standing Counsel.
After hearing at some substantial length, on the request of learned Advocate General, this petition is listed on 26th February, 2018 to enable the State respondent to file better counter-affidavit in conformity with the earlier orders of this Court indicating each facts and circumstances in detail indicating the reasons as to why the guidelines of the State Govt. for conducting examination in question have not been followed strictly.
For filing counter-affidavit, only a week's time is granted to the State-respondent and copy of the said counter-affidavit be provided to the learned counsel for the petitioners of the leading petition by 22nd February, 2018. If copy of the counter-affidavit is provided to the learned counsel for the petitioners Sri Amit Kumar Singh Bhadoriya, he shall file rejoinder-affidavit by 26th February, 2018.
While filing counter-affidavit, the State respondent shall file the relevant documents showing as to when the Expert Committee was constituted in the light of G.O. dated 21st August, 2017 and who were members of that committee. As a matter of fact, the complete report of said Committee would be filed before the Court. Further, the counter affidavit would clearly explain as to why the questions in respect of 'Unseen Passages' which were to be asked in the 'Language Papers' have not been asked as per the guidelines of the Government Order dated 24.12.2014.� In Language -I (Hindi) instead of 15 questions, 5 questions have been asked, whereas in Language-II instead of 15 questions, only 3 questions in Sanskrit and 4 questions in Urdu have been asked.� In English, only 10 questions have been asked instead of 15 questions.� In Writ Petition No.2293 (S/S) of 2018 this anomaly has been mentioned vide paras-22 and 23.
It has been informed by the learned counsel for the petitioners that despite the order being passed by this Court that the authorities concerned shall pass specific order indicating therein that the petitioners before this Court would be permitted to fill up the registration forms if they are found to be eligible for that by 12.02.2018 (vide orders dated 2.2.2018) and by 19.2.2018 (vide order dated 9.2.2018) but no such order has been passed by the authorities concerned. It was expected that the authorities concerned should pass necessary orders in compliance of the orders dated 2.2.2018 and 9.2.2018.� It has been informed by the counsel for the parties that the special appeal of the State respondent has been dismissed by the Division Bench of this Court whereby the order of this Court dated 2.2.2018 was challenged, therefore, the authorities concerned must have issued some order indicating therein that the petitioners would be given liberty to fill up the registration forms if they are found eligible for that.
Since the learned Advocate General has sought time to file a better counter-affidavit/supplementary counter-affidavit, therefore, it is expected that the learned Advocate General would suggest the competent authorities to conduct the examinations in question only after the writ petitions are finally disposed of.
However, the learned counsel for the petitioners have submitted that they have already concluded their arguments on 02.02.2018 and on 09.02.2018. For rejoinder arguments they would not take much time if State-respondents concludes its arguments.
The interim protection as granted earlier vide orders dated 2.2.2018 and 9.2.2018 shall be extended to the petitioners till the final disposal of this writ petition.
Order Date :- 15.2.2018

मुख्य बिंदु--

जज साब ने क्लियर कह दिया है कि ag महोदय pnp को सजेस्ट करेंगे कि 68500 परीक्षा इस याचिका के फाइनल होने के बाद कराये ।

दूसरी महत्वपूर्ण बात - रजिस्ट्रेशन की लास्ट डेट अब याचिका के फाइनल होने की तिथि तक बढ़ा दी है ।

चूँकि अगली सुनवाई 26 को होनी है लिहाजा 68500 भर्ती परीक्षा 12 मार्च को होने की सम्भावना अब 10% भी नहीं बची है ।


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