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Petition filed in Calcutta High Court over ‘illegal’ Group C recruitment

A candidate approached the court on Tuesday and said though he had a recommendation letter, the secondary school authorities were not giving him an appointment

Our Legal Reporter | Published 01.12.21, 11:26 AM
Calcutta High Court.

Calcutta High Court.

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A petitioner alleged illegal recruitment of Group C employees in Bengal schools before Calcutta High Court on Tuesday.

A candidate approached the court on Tuesday and said even though he had a recommendation letter, the secondary school authorities were not giving him an appointment.

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Along with his petition, the candidate submitted a list of some other candidates, who were allegedly given appointments based on recommendations. Asked by Justice Abhijit Gangopadhyay, the School Service Commission counsel informed the court that his client had not issued the recommendation letter to the petitioners. 

The division bench will hear the matter on December 6.

Recently, while handling another case, the court heard allegations that nearly 400 candidates were given appointment in schools in Group D posts based on fake recommendations.

Both the School Service Commission and the Board of Secondary Education claimed that they had not issued any recommendation to those persons.

Last updated on 01.12.21, 11:26 AM
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