The Uttar Pradesh Prathmik Shiksha Mitra Association has moved to the apex court against the verdict of the Allahabad Court on the recruitment of UPTET assistant teachers 69000 posts. The petition was filed by Supreme Court’s advocate, Gaurav Yadav and has sought a stay on the High Court’s verdict. The UPTET Results for assistant teachers 69000 vacancies has been declared today by the Education Board.
The caveat was filed earlier in the Supreme Court on behalf of UP government which stated that the court must not issue any order on the petition against the judgement of Allahabad High Court, without both sides being present for the hearing. The high court had nodded in favour of the state government’s decision of keeping higher cut off mars for the recruitment process.
This process would fill the vacancies in the primary schools of the state. The dispute arose due to marks. The state government wanted to increase the cut ff marks fo the exam for which the high court had seconded the state. The recruitment process was stuck for a long time and had been ordered to be completed by the court within 3 months.
Moreover, now the Chief Minister of UP also used the authorities to declare the results within a week which has been done by the education board today. The government’s order was challenged in the High Court in July 1, 2019, which was then rejected by the court. UP government had amended the basic education rules 20 and 22 after the judgement of Supreme Court in 2017.