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Anonymous
in Civil Law
Asked May 22, 2017

Admit card error for government exam

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I have been selected as govt employ through combined graduate level exam for various posts in which there is single exam for many posts. I had applied for all posts. Out of 9 posts I was selected for 8 posts and I choose the best one among all the posts. After 2 years of selection few candidates appeared in court that they have equal marks as me but were not selected for interview. Accordingly selection board appeared before court and replied to court that their admit card for exam have been issued for wrong exam. So accordingly selection board had intimated all aggrieved via news paper to appear before board for necessary correction whose admit card had wrong particulars, but the petitioners did not bother to correct the same , so accordingly were not called for interview. And finally not selected. Further admit card had clear instruction to check if there is any discrepancy in the card which shall be immediately intimated to board for necessary correction, .those who intimated were selected for interview. Now my case is that I have equivalent marks to these candidates in exam and also I have left many posts and then joined this post. And I have followed the law at every step. What may be the outcome of this case.

Answers 2

Out will be 50:50. But you must not frustrate for any reason. You may get another very good job, don't worry. Best of luck.

Agree Comment 0 Agrees almost 4 years ago

You have been given the post only after due selection process and have been working diligently for two long years. It is not your duty to ensure that the Selection Board carries on its functions carefully and actively. In case of your termination you may approach the courts as courts do not advocate termination of untainted employees, in such situations. You may also check if there are regulations concerning termination of employment in the terms of your employment. If there are, then such termination which is not in accordance with the respective clause(s) will not be considered to be valid.

Moreover, as per the facts presented by you, the case looks stronger for the Selection Board as there does not seem to be any misconduct on its part. Hence, you should in most probability not lose your job, irrespective of the court's order.

 

Agree Comment 0 Agrees over 3 years ago

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