Allahabad High Court has announced decision on 69,000 Primary Teacher bharti. On May 6, Court's verdict ruling over Assistant Teacher (69,000 bharti) set minimum eligibility marks as 65/ 60% for General and Reserved categories. Allahabad High Court Judges panel comprising Justice Pankaj Kumar Jaiswal and Justice Karunesh Singh Panwar delivered decision on UP 69000 Teacher bharti. The decision stating 60% and 65% is administeted by Allahabad High Court which was scheduled on May 6, after panel concluded hearing from State Government and students. Panel kept the order safe on May 3 challenging Commission's decision on minimum eligibility marks for UR & Reserved categories as 60% & 65% respectively.
In Uttar Pradesh 69000 Assistant Teachers Bharti the decision has been announced by Allahabad High Court on Wednesday. Millions of candidates who were waiting for the decision, are relieved today after Allahabad High Court decision on 69K Teachers Bharti.
Earlier the decision of single bench was challenged in which the minimum qualifying marks or eligibility marks 40% for UR Category and 45% for Reserved categories were suggested to State Government. For more than one and half years several petitions and hearings have occurred in 69k Assistant Teachers Bharti in Primary Schools. On May 3 Allahabad High Court kept it’s decision safe after hearing on 69,000 Teachers Bharti for Wednesday.
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According to reports students gave their opinions that order should be to keep 60/65 percent as minimum eligibility marks and also opposite several students have pitched for 40%-45%. Students are also expecting that after Allahabad High Court's decision 69000 Teachers bharti should be finalized as soon before the commencement of academic session. Allahabad High Court latest Verdict on 69,000 Teachers bharti has given relief to major section, however Shikshamitra are not satisfied with the decision & would approach Supreme Court, a report said.
Allahabad High Court has announced decision on Uttar Pradesh 69000 Teachers bharti on May 6. The panel has recommended 60% and 65% for Reserved and General Categories. On May 3, the High Court two judges panel secured the decision after hearing.
A total 4,10,440 candidates appeared for the 69k Assistant Teacher Bharti written test. Only the candidates who pass in this will be able to apply for teacher recruitment
The Basic Education Department released the cut off marks after the written examination. The department fixed 65% for General category candidates and 60% for reserved category candidates.
Candidates rejected the rule, cited Basic Education Board cannot change Cut off marks during recruitment. If the cut off marks were to be determined, then they had to be done before the written examination. The matter moved to the Allahabad High Court regarding the cut off marks. The written test for this recruitment was held on 6 January and the result was to be declared on 22 January.