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Monday, September 14, 2015

Appointment Of Shiksha Mitras Was Not Against Sanctioned Posts – High Court Allahabad

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Special three-judge bench quashed amendments brought in state education department’s rules

 

Three-Judges bench High Court of Allahabad quashed the amendments of 1.75 lakh Shiksha Mitras’ appointment as Assistant Teachers in primary schools by government of Uttar Pradesh. The orders of appointment for the posts were issued by the government in the year 2014.
The appointments on the post of Assistant Teachers through Shiksha Mitras were illegal in the tenet of advocate, Agnihotri Kumar Tripathi. The bench heard the arguments of the counsels on either side long to maintain the adjustment on Assistant Teachers and the posting at primary schools.
High court said in its verdict, 'Since they did not qualify the TET, they cannot be appointed on the post of Assistant Teachers.’
The Counsels of defendants pleaded before the court, “The government has amended in the service rules; then took the decision of their adjustment, so there is no legal hurdle to appoint them. Shiksha Mitras were recommended for the selection to remove the shortage of teachers in primary schools of state; but the bench was of the opinion that the appointment of Shiksha Mitras was not against sanctioned posts."
PS Kharatia told, “After hearing the high court verdict felt such as I lost my life.” Shiksha Mitra, who were expecting the employment since long, were smitten by the court verdict. The cancellation of appointment has enhanced the trouble. Sujata, Shiksha Mitra in Lucknow, told, ‘I was expecting to be an Assistant Teacher since long, the tardy justice came to break my hope.'



  
World Hindi Day Celebrated


World Hindi Day celebrated on Monday at Daya Nand Anglo Vedic Post Graduate College Lucknow. An essay competition on ‘Rozgar Ki Chunauti And Hindi Bhashi Chhatr’ (Challenge For Employment, And Hindi Speaking Students) was held.
The symposium on the current position of Hindi was the topic of discussion in co-ordination with Dr. Sandhya Singh organized by Ram Vishal Tripathi principal.

The 51 students of all faculties took part in the essay competition. Dr. Ajit Priya Darshi evaluated the essays of participants. Nikhlesh Rai, first; Rakesh Kumar Verma, second; Sweta Mishra, third — all were the winners.









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