First the cut off and then the disputed Uttamala…. Since the written examination of 69000 teacher recruitment till now, the High Court has stopped the recruitment process for these two reasons. At the same time, the Supreme Court has also asked to ban recruitment in the event of not holding 37339 posts for Shiksha Mitras regarding cut off marks. On Friday, the Double Bench lifted the ban in the disputed Uttarkala case but counseling could not begin even after the High Court lifted the ban.
The state government is filing a review petition on the June 9 Supreme Court verdict. Only after the decision in this case can the recruitment process be taken forward. Counseling of this recruitment started on 3 June itself and it was put on hold till noon.
The written examination of this recruitment took place on 6 January 2019 and it was stopped only after the release of the cutoff number. On May 6, 2020, in the cutoff case, the High Court lifted the ban by giving a ruling in favor of 60 and 65 per cent. But after this, on 3 June, the recruitment process was again banned due to conflicting answers. The government petitioned the double bench and the ban was lifted on Friday.
The Supreme Court has reached the cutoff case But Shikshamitra has gone to the Supreme Court against the decision on 6 May and is demanding to cut the cut off marks to 40 and 45. On June 9, the Supreme Court has said to ban recruitment in the event of not holding 37339 posts in the cut-off case.
A stay in the High Court on June 3 has been said to seek the opinion of experts on the disputed answer. Therefore, the decision on this has just been stopped. Not only here, in addition to this recruitment, many more petitions are being heard in the High Court. Many other cases are also in the High Court, including over lapping in reservation, dispute over weight, MRC issue, reservation to general poor and NOC given to 68500 teacher recruitment teachers.