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DSSSB Recruitment: Plea in Delhi HC seeking directions to fill vacant posts

The plea additionally sought directions to DSSSB to situation an commercial inside every week of receipt of such requisition.

ANI

PUBLISHED ON JAN 22, 2021 04:05 PM IST

A petition has been moved in Delhi High Court on Friday seeking path to the South Delhi Municipal Corporation Delhi (SDMC) to ship the requisition of as many as 1,132 vacant posts of Special Educator (Primary) to Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board (DSSSB).

The plea additionally sought directions to DSSSB to situation an commercial inside every week of receipt of such requisition.

The petitioner, Social Jurist, a lawyer group said that the interval of greater than 4 weeks has lapsed however to date, neither Commissioner of SDMC has taken any last determination nor the requisition of 1132 vacant posts of Special Educator (Primary) has been despatched to DSSSB for an commercial for number of lecturers.

“These posts are lying vacant for more than 10 years but the MCD has not been able to fill-up the same. It is also submitted that despite repeated orders/ directions passed by this Court. The SDMC has not sent requisitions to DSSSB. Needless to say, the delay in appointment of Special Educator (Primary) affects the education of students with disabilities,” the petition mentioned.

Advocate Ashok Aggarwal, the counsel for a petitioner seeking contempt continuing in opposition to respondents for allegedly disobeying December 20, 2001 order, handed by the Division Bench in 2001, in which it had directed the latter to adhere to the time schedule for recruitment of lecturers for 2003 and thereafter each year as said in the order.

The plea said that, due to willful negligence and disobedience of the order of Court by the respondents, such state of affairs is “elusive”.

The petitioner submits that the target, intent, and goal of the Division Bench order handed in 2001 is to guarantee “zero vacancy” on the graduation of the tutorial year.

According to the petition, as of the date over 35,000 trainer posts are mendacity vacant in the Directorate of Education, Government of NCT of Delhi, and over 5,000 trainer posts are mendacity vacant in 3 MCDs.

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