Assistant Teacher: SC refused to interfere with the order of Allahabad HC and allowed the recruitment of UP Assistant Teacher

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New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to interfere with an order of the Allahabad High Court allowing the Uttar Pradesh government to continue the selection process for the recruitment of 69,000 assistant teachers in state schools.

The Special Leave Petition (SLP) filed by petitioner Amita Tripathi challenged the order of the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court in the case.

A bench headed by Justice Hemant Gupta and a bench headed by Justice Anirudh Bose refused to interfere with the order which stayed the earlier June 3 order of the single bench, stalling the selection process.

A division bench of justices PK Jaiswal and DK Singh said on June 12 that the state government could continue with the selection process, in keeping with the June 9 order of the Supreme Court under which around 37,000 posts were placed for Shiksha Mitra is.

The single-judge bench of the High Court had on 3 June stayed the appointment process of the teachers and directed the petitioners to submit their objections to the state government, after which they would be referred to the University Grants Commission for an expert opinion .

The petition filed by Tripathi and others challenged the process of appointment of teachers and claimed that some candidates had objected to the selection
exam questions.

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