“The extent of reservation should not exceed 50 per cent of the total seats under any circumstances,” the bench said. This decision of Justice Om Prakash Shukla’s bench came during the hearing of 117 writ petitions.
Justice Shukla said in the order “Apparently, there was no clarity on the scores and details of the reserved category candidates who had appeared in ATRE 2019. There was no effort on the part of the State authorities. Also the State The officials also do not have any such record which will help in ATRE 2019 Recruitment.
The bench also said that the “candidates already appointed and currently working as assistant teachers in various districts in pursuance of ATRE 2019 shall continue to work in their respective posts until the state authorities revise the select list”. Are,”.
Let us tell you that earlier, the bench rejected the arguments of Additional Chief Standing Counsel Ran Vijay Singh and Senior Advocate Sanjay Bhasin, who unsuccessfully tried to defend the act of the state authorities.