HC slams govt, said- 'General category students should not go out and study...'

Ranchi: The Jharkhand High Court on Thursday expressed deep displeasure with the Jharkhand government for not clarifying its stand on appointment rules in the state. The court said that prima facie, the government's appointment rules appear to be unconstitutional. It seems that the Jharkhand Government does not want to allow general category schools to go out of Jharkhand and study. The intention behind stopping them from job opportunities in the state when they study outside is not understood.

On December 1, the court of Chief Justice of Jharkhand High Court Dr Ravi Ranjan and Justice SN Prasad had, while hearing a petition challenging the appointment rules of the Jharkhand State Staff Selection Commission, had asked the government to file the original file and file a reply in this regard. The Government has not yet filed a reply on the issue. On this, on Thursday, the court said that why not ban all the appointments. On this, an appeal was made by the government to give the last chance to file a reply, which the court accepted and posted the matter for further hearing on February 8.

Let us tell you that the Jharkhand government has made this rule for the appointments made by the Staff Selection Commission in the state that if the general category candidates have passed the matriculation and inter examinations from outside the state, then they will not be able to apply for the appointment examinations. In addition, Hindi and English have been excluded from the list of language papers for these examinations. Terming these provisions as unconstitutional, Ramesh Hansda and Kushal Kumar have filed a petition in the High Court.

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