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UKPSC: Uttarakhand PSC UK PSC changed group C level vacancy recruitment exam due to Lok Sabha elections – UKPSC: Uttarakhand Public Service Commission changed the date of this recruitment exam of Group C due to Lok Sabha elections, Education News

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Uttarakhand Public Service Commission has changed the date of written examination of Laboratory Assistant, Forensic Science Laboratory (Group-C) Examination 2023 regarding the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. Commission Secretary Girdhari Singh said that the written examination of Laboratory Assistant, Forensic Science Laboratory Group-C was proposed to be conducted on March 31 in 27 examination centers in 13 districts of Uttarakhand state. Due to elections, this exam has been scheduled on 26th May instead of 30th March.

Principal direct recruitment process will be subject to the decision of the court.
Nainital, correspondent. In the matter of direct recruitment of Principal in the Education Department, the High Court has given instructions to continue the appointment process by keeping it subject to the decision of the court. Also, the government has been asked to file a reply in the matter. The next hearing of the case will be on June 20. The hearing was conducted by a division bench of Justice Manoj Kumar Tiwari and Justice Pankaj Purohit.

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According to the matter, 692 posts of Principal in the state are being filled through direct recruitment. In this, eligible candidates can fill their applications online on the website of Public Service Commission Uttarakhand till 3rd April. But organizations associated with teachers are opposing this process. He says that instead of direct recruitment, the posts of Principal should be filled through promotion. Teachers had challenged this process in the High Court in January. The case was heard last Thursday. In this, the court has continued the process and submitted its decision.