The Lucknow Bench of Allahabad High Court on Wednesday put an interim stay on the recruitment process of 69 thousand assistant teachers in Uttar Pradesh. The petitioners had questioned the integrity of some questions in the declared results of assistant teachers. Hearing this, the court has stopped the recruitment process. The next hearing will be on July 12.
A bench of Justice Alok Mathur issued the order after hearing together with the petitions of dozens of petitioners. Earlier, the High Court had secured its order on June 1, which was pronounced today. The court has asked the petitioners to present their objection to the disputed questions before the state government within a week.
The objections of the petitioners will be sent to the UGC by the UP government, and the UGC will settle the grievances. The next hearing will be on July 12. Significantly, the government was showing high readiness to complete the appointments. The government believed that many candidates would get a lot of relief if there are early appointments in this corona period.
Lockdown will disturb the applicants for recruitment in UP for assistant teachers
On June 2, the final merit list of the selected candidates for the 69000 posts of assistant teachers released. Selected candidates can see the complete list by visiting the official website upbasiceduboard.gov.in. The selected candidates have been allotted the district. Details in this regard are available on the website