Home Paper JSSC JPSC vacancy: jssc and jpsc recruitment caste certificate date matter court Hearing on 25 April – Hearing on the conditions of JSSC and JPSC in recruitment on 25 April, the court asked all the parties to come prepared, Education News

JSSC JPSC vacancy: jssc and jpsc recruitment caste certificate date matter court Hearing on 25 April – Hearing on the conditions of JSSC and JPSC in recruitment on 25 April, the court asked all the parties to come prepared, Education News

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The full bench of Jharkhand High Court heard the case related to caste certificate in JSSC and JPSC examinations on Thursday. The court of Justice R Mukhopadhyay, Justice Anand Sen and Justice Rajesh Shankar has fixed April 25 for a detailed hearing in the case. The court has directed all the parties including the applicant to come prepared on that day. The division bench of Acting Chief Justice S Chandrashekhar had fixed several points in this case and sent it for hearing in a larger bench. In this regard, 43 petitions have been filed including that of Dr. Nutan Indwar.

It has been said in the petition that the requirement of issuing caste certificate till the last date of advertisement issued for JSSC or JPSC examination is not correct. Apart from this, it is also wrong to impose the condition that caste certificate will be issued only at the level of SDO or Deputy Commissioner. The candidates had secured more marks in the examination than the final cut off marks. But JPSC had canceled his candidature saying that he had not submitted the caste certificate in the correct format and issued before the last date.

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On behalf of JPSC, Prince Kumar Singh and Rakesh Chaudhary told the court that in a similar case, the Supreme Court had said that it is necessary to have the caste certificate by the last date of advertisement. In this case, the larger bench of the Supreme Court has given the verdict. On this basis, such a condition is kept in the appointment rules of the state government.

Earlier, the division bench had laid down several points in its order. It asked whether the Supreme Court’s Ram Kumar Jijoria case would be applicable in such a case or not. Should the caste certificate be in the format prescribed by JPSC or JSSC only? Will the caste certificate issued after the last date given in the advertisement not be recognized?