Final hearing of assistant teacher recruitment case today

Final hearing will be held today in the recruitment of 69000 assistant teachers in primary schools of the state. It will be heard from 2 pm. This recruitment examination took place on 6 January 2019 and the appointment letter of this recruitment was to be distributed by the government on 15 February 2019. On 6 January 2019, one day after the written test, on 7 January 2019, the maximum score was fixed at 60/65 percent. Whereas there was no mention of it in the mandate. The candidates again filed a petition against the cutoff on 11 January. Since then this matter is pending in the court.

Final hearing will be held today in the recruitment of 69000 assistant teachers in primary schools of the state. It will be heard from 2 pm. This recruitment examination took place on 6 January 2019 and the appointment letter of this recruitment was to be distributed by the government on 15 February 2019. On 6 January 2019, one day after the written test, on 7 January 2019, the maximum score was fixed at 60/65 percent. Whereas there was no mention of it in the mandate. The candidates again filed a petition against the cutoff on 11 January. Since then this matter is pending in the court. This will be called a misfortune of 410440 candidates appearing in the examination because due to the dispute regarding written test result and cutoff, the office of the exam regulatory authority could not release the final answer key till date. The High Court's single bench ordered the cutoff to be 40/45 per cent. The government filed a petition against this in a double bench on 22 May, which has not been completed yet. In The hearing on the appeals continued on Monday before the bench of Justice Pankaj Kumar Jaiswal and Justice Karunesh Singh Pawar. The final verdict will be pronounced today in Lucknow bench of the High Court on the special appeals of the candidates including the state government.


After the petition was filed by the government on May 22 in the double bench, the matter remained till the court till date. During this period, the hearing could not be held due to the absence of the Advocate General on several dates. Candidates also staged a sit-in in Lucknow on 27 August and 11-12 September for effective lobbying. On September 17, on the birthday of the Prime Minister, the matter trended throughout the day on Twitter, but no one is going to notice it. It is worth noting that the written examination for the recruitment of 69000 assistant teachers in primary schools has been completed for more than a year. But even today, the candidates are waiting that after hearing one after another, their future road will get the green signal.