Published by: Paramita Paul | Posted: September 21, 2022 4:07 pm| Updated: September 21, 2022 4:26 pm
Rahul Roy: Justice Abhijit Gangopadhyay (Justice Abhijit Gangopadhyay) ordered to hand over the appointment letters to 923 eligible candidates before Puja. The appointment letter should be handed over to the qualified candidates of Group C and Group D on the day of counselling. The recruitment process should start by 28th September. However, SSC’s lawyer claims that it will not be possible to appoint so many people at once. The court directed the appointment of 100 people step by step.
Calcutta High Court orders stoppage of pay and termination of employment due to corruption in recruitment in Group C and Group D sections of SSC. The High Court ordered the formation of the committee in the case filed by the petitioner Lakshmi Tungar. The report of former Justice Ranjith Kumar Bagh’s committee, constituted on the orders of the court, mentioned that a total of 609 persons belonging to Class IV or Group D were illegally employed.
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On February 9, the judge ordered the termination of 573 jobs in Group D. Stopped salary too. This time Justice Gangopadhyay ordered the appointment on the basis of merit. It has been ordered to start the recruitment process by publishing the recruitment notification before Puja. The appointment letter should be handed over on the day of counselling. SSC’s lawyer Sutnu Patra said, it will not be possible in such a short time. The judge ordered the appointment of 100 people step by step.
Meanwhile, Justice Gangopadhyay has issued a notification to start recruitment in Group C category before Puja. The court ordered that 350 people be stopped and their jobs be terminated. Justice Gangopadhyay ordered the appointment of that vacancy before Puja. Counseling to be appointed by 28th September.
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2014 year Recruitment of primary teachers The Calcutta High Court ordered the appointment of 189 TET passers in three consecutive phases following the legal process this month in the wrong question case. Justice Abhijit Gangopadhyay ordered the recruitment of 23 people in the first phase, then 54 and finally 112 TET passers by September 23. They have already been interviewed.