After hearing on January 31, 2019, High Court Allahabad, has delayed the result of Assistant Teacher in UP for 69000 vacancies. HC decided next hearing in this issue on March 19, 2019. Till then the order issued on January 07, 2019 in reference to cut off marks/ qualifying marks has stayed. The result has stayed for the written examination held on January 06, 2019. And the order of cut off marks was circulated on January 07, 2019.
The decision has been taken by judge C.D. Singh on the petition filed by Manorama Morya. State government and Secretary of Examination Regulatory Authority of UP are questioned by HC, on this petition.
The base of Petition on Cut Off marks
After conducting the written examination on January 06, 2019, on next day, when Board has released the cut off marks notice that causes the hindrance on the result. As per the notice, the cut off marks decided by the board is 65% for General category candidate and 60% for reserved category candidate. And there was no information about the cut-off marks or qualifying marks in the advertisement when the recruitment was started.
As per the petition, On May 21, 2018, when the same recruitment was held for the 68500 vacancies, the Board decided 33% marks for General and OBC candidates, and 30% marks were mandatory to be obtained by reserved category. The petition writer used this order as the base. Now sudden increase on cut off marks is said as the own accord of exam controlling authority and negligence of the law, by petition writers.
After discussion in premises, Court found this matter considerable and complicated and ordered to present this along with other considerable petitions. And the result stayed till March 19, 2019, and passes the stay order to the recruitment process until the next hearing.
The answer key for the examination has been released on January 08, 2019. The only obstacle is cut off marks decision which is delaying the result. However, as per the initial plan of recruitment the result was supposed to release on January 22, 2019.
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