Stay on UP Assistant Teacher result 2019 for 69000 vacancies still persists. On Tuesday, the court hearing held for candidate’s petition against the qualifying marks decided by the Board. The hearing continues for today as well. The written examination for UP Assistant Teacher 2019 held on January 06, 2019. After two days Board released the answer key for the examination. The result declaration was supposed to held on January 22, 2019. But aspirants knocked the court’s door for decreasing the qualifying marks and result delayed.
What was the actual matter?
After the written examination on January 07, 2019, the board has decided the qualifying marks which is 65% for General category candidates and for reserve category candidates the marks are 60%. The candidates have to obtain the minimum qualifying marks in order to be an Assistant Teacher in UP. On this move of Board, the candidates got disappointed and challenged the Board decision in the court.
As per the Amit Bhadoria, the advocate of the petition writers, The Board hasn’t decided the qualifying marks earlier at the time of advertisement publication. And on the next day of the exam, the marks were decided, which is not valid as per the law.
The High court received a total of 09 petitions in this issues. On January 17, 2019, Lucknow branch of High Court banned the result of UP Assistant Teacher. And the next hearing held on January 21, 2019, as no conclusion found on that day, so the court decided the next hearing on January 29, 2019. Now the result declaration date depends on today’s court decision.
As soon as Court decides the verdict, the Board will declare the result on the official website atrexam.upsdc.gov.in. Then the candidates will be able to check their result. The result will be declared as per the performance of the candidates and qualifying marks as per the court verdict. After the result declaration, the Board will call the candidates for the document verification process. As of now, there is no solid information about the document verification. Last year the Board conducted the same recruitment for 68500 vacancies, in which 1.25 lakh candidates applied and later 38.5% candidates selected.