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Tuesday, 14 August 2012

बीटीसी 2001 प्रवेश परीक्षा दोबारा कराने का आदेश

बीटीसी प्रवेश परीक्षा 2001 दोबारा कराई जाएगी। पूर्व की परीक्षा में सम्मिलित हो चुके वे सभी अभ्यर्थी जिन्हें प्रशिक्षण का मौका नहीं मिला, नई परीक्षा में शामिल किए जाएंगे। हाईकोर्ट ने प्रदेश सरकार को निर्देश दिया है कि वह पूर्व प्रवेश परीक्षा को रद कर 20 अक्तूबर 2005 के शासनादेश के मुताबिक नए सिरे से परीक्षा कराए। अदालत ने इस मामले में दाखिल याचिकाओं को आंशिक रूप से स्वीकार करते हुए 18 नवंबर, 2009 के शासनादेश को रद कर दिया है। इस आदेश से प्रदेश के लगभग 30 हजार अभ्यर्थियों को राहत मिलने की उम्मीद है।

मुकेश चतुर्वेदी और कई अन्य की याचिकाओं पर सुनवाई करते हुए न्यायमूर्ति अरुण टंडन ने कहा कि सरकार अगली कार्रवाई नए सिरे से परीक्षाएं कराने के बाद, उसके मुताबिक ही करे। अदालत ने यह सारी प्रक्रिया पूरी करने के लिए सरकार को तीन माह का समय दिया है। बीटीसी 2001 प्रवेश परीक्षा में भारी अनियमितता की शिकायतें थीं। परीक्षा को लेकर आरोप लगा कि लगभग 46 हजार अभ्यर्थियों के फॉर्म गायब कर दिए गए और ऐसे तमाम छात्र जो परीक्षा में शामिल हुए, चयन के हकदार थे, उनका नाम, रोल नंबर लिस्ट से गायब कर दिए गए। पहले चरण में कुल पांच हजार अभ्यर्थियों का चयन किया गया। परिणाम आने के बाद इसे लेकर भारी विरोध हुआ।

मामला न्यायालय में गया। न्यायालय ने वर्ष 2008 में आदेश दिया कि सभी अभ्यर्थियों की परीक्षा कराई जाए। आरोप है कि शासन ने इसे इस रूप में माना कि जो अभ्यर्थी प्रशिक्षण प्राप्त कर चुकेहैं, उनकी परीक्षा कराई जाए। वर्ष 2009 में परीक्षा लेकर 33 फीसदी तक नंबर पाने वाले सभी प्रशिक्षण प्राप्त अभ्यर्थियों को ज्वाइन करा दिया। गड़बड़ी के कारण चयन प्रक्रिया से बाहर हो गए अभ्यर्थियों ने सरकार के इस कदम के खिलाफ 2009 में नए सिरे से वाद दायर किया। अभ्यर्थियों का कहना था कि जब 2001 की परीक्षा प्रक्रिया ही गड़बड़ी थी तो उसके आधार पर प्रशिक्षण और चयन कैसे सही हो सकता है। इसके अलावा शेष पदों के लिए चयन प्रक्रिया नहीं चलाई गई

source- Amar Ujala

Maya to appoint 24,000 school teachers today

In the biggest-ever recruitment drive undertaken by the Mayawati government, thousands of basic school teachers (for Classes I to VIII) across the state will get their appointment letters on Tuesday.
Since the appointments had to be made before the code of conduct for Lok Sabha elections comes into force, the state government had ordered the education officers to rush through the procedure.
Achla Khanna, Director of the State Council of Educational Research and Training, which is co-ordinating the exercise, confirmed that the District Institutes of Educational Training (DIET) have been asked to make all recruitment as early as February 10. "If some candidates could not participate in the selection process, it can be extended, but the exercise has to be completed as soon as possible," she said. The number of teachers, to be appointed in all district institutes, will be around 24,000, she added.
The Mayawati government had created 80,000 posts of basic teachers soon after it took over in 2007.
Rakesh Srivastava, Basic Education Officer of Lucknow, said: "We have made the list of vacancies and will try to issue all appointment letters by February 10. Almost all counselling was done today and those who were absent can appear before the selection committee on Tuesday morning."
Candidates who have done a Basic Teacher Certificate (BTC) course are offered government jobs without any test or interview.
The recruitment is being made from the 2001 and 2007 batches of BTC course. The procedure, which normally takes a month, has been cut short to days, in particular for the 2001 batch which had been the subject of a controversy.
Around 5,600 candidates had cleared the entrance examination and undergone training for the BTC that year, during the previous Mayawati regime. But the next government, headed by Mulayam Singh, cancelled their admission alleging anomalies.
The candidates then went to court, which asked the government to conduct a qualifying(PASSING MARKS ONLY 33%) test and make appointments on basis of performance (BTC 2001 MERIT) .
The test took place on February 1, 2009, and the results were announced in a record five days. The government then ordered the DIETs to appoint around 5,500 BTC 2001 candidates and around 23,000 special BTC 2007 candidates by February 10, officials said.
Normally, the department places an advertisement, announcing the dates of the counselling when the candidates' papers are scrutinised by a selection committee. No one is sure if and when an advertisement was taken out this time. One of the officials said probably it was published on February 8 to start the appointment process from February 9 and complete it by February 10. The members of the selection committees were hurriedly contacted on Monday and told to report in the afternoon for the selection.
"Things are being done at a speed that is more than quick," said a senior officer of the Basic Education Department. Usually, candidates are given at least 10 to 15 days, so they can be ready with documents like caste certificate, disability certificate and the rest. "But we will see what can be done if they are unable to present all certificates due to the short notice," he added.

Source- Indian Express


rakesh kumar said...

Prabhat bhai kal high court me jo sunvayi huyi thi. Uska detail batayiye please.

rakesh kumar said...

Happy independent day Prabhat bhai.

Tariq said...


sanjeev said...

prabhat please provide court decision of yesterday 's hearing .thanks .

sanjeev said...

prabhat g please provide court decision of yesterday 's hearing .thanks .

Vijay Sen Tripathi said...

court directed the writ to Arun tandon instead of no action was taken in that positive sign was there that the government counsel was asked on which basis you were changing the base ,he was helpless. else nothing

jitendra giri said...


sanjeev said...



Abhi hc ki site par case update nahi hua hai so pls wait