Punjab And Haryana High Court Stay On Recruitment Of Constable Will Continue Till Sept 19

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The Punjab-Haryana High Court has extended till September 19 the ban on issuing appointment letters to selected applicants for 6600 posts of male and female constables in Haryana. Filing the petition, 41 applicants had told the High Court that the Haryana government had conducted the examination for recruitment to 6600 posts of male and female constables.

After the examination all other procedures were completed and when the time of appointment came, the state government adopted the policy of normalization. Due to the policy of normalization, even those who score good marks in one shift may be out of the final list. The High Court has asked the Haryana Government that how many such applicants were there who appeared in the examination in the same shift and their answers were the same.

During this, the petitioner said that if appointment letters are issued to the selected people, then there will be no justification for the petition. On this, the High Court has extended the stay on issuance of appointment letters till September 19. The court said that now the question before us is whether it is appropriate to adopt a method like normalization percentile or not.

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The Punjab-Haryana High Court has extended till September 19 the ban on issuing appointment letters to selected applicants for 6600 posts of male and female constables in Haryana. Filing the petition, 41 applicants had told the High Court that the Haryana government had conducted the examination for recruitment to 6600 posts of male and female constables.

After the examination all other procedures were completed and when the time of appointment came, the state government adopted the policy of normalization. Due to the policy of normalization, even those who score good marks in one shift may be out of the final list. The High Court has asked the Haryana Government that how many such applicants were there who appeared in the examination in the same shift and their answers were the same.

During this, the petitioner said that if appointment letters are issued to the selected people, then there will be no justification for the petition. On this, the High Court has extended the stay on issuance of appointment letters till September 19. The court said that now the question before us is whether it is appropriate to adopt a method like normalization percentile or not.

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