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Government College, Gurdaspur, Punjab
Government College, Gurdaspur, Punjab
Gurdaspur (District Gurdaspur)
Punjab, IndiaPin Code : 143521
Government College, Gurdaspur Punjab is a recognised institute / college. Government College, Gurdaspur Punjab was established on / in 1954.
Principal of Government College, Gurdaspur Punjab is Bhupinder Kaur (Mobile 99152-55340), Mrs. Paramjit Kaur Pasricha Res :233763.
Government College, Gurdaspur Punjab is situated in Gurdaspur of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Gurdaspur comes under Gurdaspur Tehsil, Gurdaspur District.
Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Government College, Gurdaspur Punjab are 99152-55340.
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Contact Details of Government College, Gurdaspur Punjab are : Telephone: 01874-241057, 230021
CoursesGovernment College, Gurdaspur Punjab runs course(s) in Degree stream(s).
Approval details: Government College is affiliated with Guru Nanak Dev University (GNDU), Amritsar (Punjab)
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NAAC report of Government CollegeSection 1: Preamble
Government College, Gurdaspur, Punjab, volunteered to be assessed by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Bangalore and submitted a Self-Study Report in September 2003. NAAC constituted a Peer Team to visit the College and validate the Self-Study Report. The Peer Team comprised Prof. L. N. Dahiya, former Pro-Vice-Chancellor of M. D. University, Rhotak, Haryana, as Chairman, and Dr. R.K.Pande, Principal, DBS PG College, Dehra Dun, Uttaranchal, and Dr.Sadasiba Pradhan, Professor of History, Sambalpur University, Orissa as Members. The Peer Team visited this institution on 26th and 27th February 2004. Dr. K. N. Madhusudanan Pillai, efficiently co-ordinated the Peer Team visit.
Government College, Gurdaspur, was founded in 1954. The college is situated close to the international border with Pakistan and thus caters to the educational needs of the bordering population. The College is a co-educational institution and is affiliated to Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar. The College has acquired a significant place in the context of spreading women education, which constitutes about 50% of the total students population. It is a Government run institution and receiving UGC grant-in-aid under Section 2(f) and 12(b) of the UGC Act, 1956.
The College campus is spread over 28 acres with reasonable infrastructure. The campus is kept clean and neat. The College offers 3 Undergraduate programmes leading to B.A., B.Sc. and B.Com., and one Post-Graduate programme in Economics. The College, in addition, offers some short-term Certificate courses in Information Technology in collaboration with APTECH.
There are 43 permanent teachers including 16 female teachers, of which four are Ph.D. and 25 are M.Phil. Degree holders. In addition, there are 18 part-time teachers, of which two are Ph.D. and two are M.Phil. Degree holders. There are 41 members on the non-teaching staff including 7 female staff, of which 12 are Administrative staff and 29 are technical staff. The College has an undergraduate student population of 1929 including 873 female students. There are 44 post-Graduate students, of which 25 are female students. The College has central library, sports facilities with good playgrounds separately for Cricket , Hockey, Lawn Tennis, a stadium for 400 meter track and outdoor games , a well organized gymnasium , canteen, vehicle parking shed, and hostel.
The Peer Team studied and analyzed the Self-Study Report submitted by the College. During the two-day visit, the Team examined all relevant documents, visited various departments, facilities and also interacted with various constituents of the institution. The visit enabled the team to have a close view of the academic, co-curricular, extra-curricular, sports and extension activities of the College. The Team interacted with the Principal, Faculty, Non-teaching staff, Students, Parents and Alumni of the College. Based on the above exercise and keeping in view the seven criteria identified by the NAAC, the Peer Team was able to appreciate the quality of higher education offered by this college. The objective assessment of the institution under various criteria, the commendable features, the issues of concern and suggestions of the Peer Team are given in the following pages.
Section 2: Criterion-wise Analysis
Criterion I: Curricular Aspects
As an affiliated institution of Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, the College has to follow the syllabi, curricula, and examination pattern prescribed by the University. However, some of the teachers who serve as members of Board of Studies of the University are involved in designing of the University syllabus. The curricula of the University are neither modularly structured nor interdisciplinary in approach. The regulation of the university does not have provision for flexibility in time frame and horizontal mobility. The subject options available in the college for students in Arts faculty are English, Punjabi, Hindi, Economics, History, Political Science, Geography, Philosophy, Sanskrit, Sociology, Psychology, Physical Education, Music(vocal), Music(Instrumental), Office Management and Secretarial Practices. Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, and Mathematics are offered in the faculty of Science. Faculty of Commerce offers B.Com. course. The College also offers one Post-Graduate Programme in Economics. In under Graduate arts stream the college offers honours in English , History, Political Science and Geography In addition, the College offers some self-financing short-term courses in Information Technology in collaboration with APTECH.
It is necessary for the teachers to keep close interaction with University Department and other centers of Excellence for better understanding of the latest development in their respective discipline of teaching & research
Criterion II: Teaching, Learning and Evaluation
The college admits students on merit, based on the record of performance of the student in previous examination. The academic programmes of the college follow annual system of examination as stipulated by the university. The syllabi being unitized teachers draw up teaching plan at the beginning of the session. Departments conduct monthly meetings to review the progress of teaching. The details about the examinations, the method of evaluation etc. are communicated to the students through the college prospectus and academic calendar. Besides the University Examinations, College conducts Class tests and House tests. The answer scripts are shown to the students. The academic progress and performance of the students are informed to the guardians at the end of the year. The college produces consistently good resulst in almost all subjects compared to the University result. A few departments utilize OHP, Models, Charts in class room teaching. Lecture method is supplemented by group discussion, seminars, study tours and field works. The teachers especially of science stream may use electronic gadgets as teaching tools to make the classes more participative and interesting.
Total working days are 230 and teaching days are 180
Recruitment of teachers are made by the State Government through the State Public Service Commission. out of 70 sanctioned teaching posts thirteen posts remain vacant that needs to be filled up in the larger interest of the college.
Three teachers have participated in UGC Orientation programmes and 12 have attended Refresher courses in 2002-2003.
To enhance the quality in teaching-learning process it is essential to introduce the self-appraisal of teachers and also mechanism to collect feedback from students on teacherâ€™s performance
Criterion III: Research, Consultancy and Extension
Six teachers have Ph.D. and 27 have M.Phil. Degrees, and the rest have Masters as their highest qualification. Six teachers have completed their M.Phil. during the last two years under Faculty Improvement Programme of the UGC. A few publications are there to the credit of the teaching faculty. The Departments of History, Economics and Geography have undertaken project studies with financial support from the college PTA fund. Such studies need to be systematically carried out in the form of Minor/Major research projects with UGC funding . The college may constitute the research committee to monitor such activities. A few teachers have participation in national seminars. There is a need to encourage teachers to regularly attend Seminars, Conferences, Workshops and to undertake research projects to keep themselves updated with the latest developments in the field of their teaching and research.
Consultancy service which is yet to emerge, may be explored particularly in the departments like Physical education and Music. Teachers provide counseling on job opportunities, competitive examinations etc., to the students of the College. However, the main concentration is on teaching at present in the College.
The College is involved in many extension activities through its NCC and NSS units. These include Health and hygiene camps, Adult education and Literacy campaign, AIDS awareness programme, Blood donation camps, drug de- addiction, Polio immunization in association with the Govt. Civil Hospital and the Rotary Club, Gurdaspur. The NCC unit organized a ten days National Integration camp in the college in the current year. The college maintains a Blood control room to cater to the emergency need of blood in case of accidents and natural disasters. The teachers of the college do take part in various extension activities along with students. Blood control is maintained
Criterion IV: Infrastructure and Learning Resources
The College has adequate infrastructure in the form of Administrative building, Library, Lecture halls, Science laboratories, Stadium, Auditorium, Gymkhana, lavatories, cycle stand, vehicle parking shed, staff quarters, etc, spread over a campus of 28 acres. The buildings are maintained by a Maintenance committee with the help of PTA and College Development funds raised by the College. The classrooms are sufficiently large and fitted with glass blackboards.
There is a Library Committee for the purchase of books. Library has a good collection of 54,008 books .The Library also subscribes journals in some subjects The library remains open for six hours during the working days. There is a specious reading room in the library for use by staff members as well as the students. There is a Book Bank also . The college purchased 5792 books worth Rs.2,45,000/- and journals worth Rs. 27,000/- in the last two years. The library is in the process of computerization . The heavy-duty reprographic machine now used in the office may be installed in the library. The library is managed by two qualified librarians . Library automation may be completed with provision of internet facilities for students, teachers and all others. Central Computer facility may also be created to meet the demand of the students.
There are four Computers in the Departments of Physics, Geography, principalâ€™s office and the Library. The college has provided space to APTECH to run a computer center which offers certificate courses in IT.
The College has facilities for several outdoor games like Badminton, Cricket, Hockey, Football etc.. Facilities for indoor games like Table Tennis, Carrom, Weight lifting, Gym and Judo, etc. are also available in the College. Health Club has 22 station multigym facilities . A good number of students have participated in various sports activities at zonal, inter-collegiate and National levels. A few sports persons have brought laurels to the institution, particularly in Judo and Athletics. The college has a well maintained stadium with a sports pavilion. Students from other institutions and the public are allowed to utilize the sports facilities with the permission of principal. The college campus is well demarcated and nicely maintained.
There is one boysâ€™ hostel for fifty students, which has recently been renovated with PTA funds.
There is also a branch 0f Punjab and Sind Bank operating on the campus.
A 40 KV generator and provision of large overhead tank for water storage ensures continuous supply of electricity and water in the campus.
Criterion V: Student Support and Progression
About 60% of students at undergraduate level and 90% at postgraduate level appear for the final year University examination after the minimum period of study. The pass percentage of students at the University examination is better than that of the University. The College has many student support programmes like Scholarships and free-studentships. During the current academic session five hundred students received SC/BC scholarship, seven students received PTA scholarship and two students received sports scholarship. Some students also receive various other types of financial aids including distribution of warm clothes to the needy students during the winter session.
The College publishes its updated prospectus annually, which gives information on admission procedures, fee structure, library, examination and other facilities and amenities available in the institution. Almost all the teachers participate in the academic and personal counseling of students. The College regularly publishes the College magazine annually. Students progression for employment and further study could not be ascertained because of paucity of records. The Alumni of the College hold important positions in Indian Administrative Service, Indian Military, Politics and business. However majority of them are in teaching profession.
The recently formed Alumni Association of the College with 200 hundred members is taking keen interest in the welfare of the institution. Since a good number of former students of the College are occupying prominent positions in different walks of life, their potential may further be explored in the interest of the College. There are various Clubs and Societies run under auspices of the various departments to do useful and rewarding activities . The College has instituted several prizes and awards to recognize the students for outstanding contributions in cultural activities, sports, NCC, NSS and University examination.
The college has groomed a number of sports talents who represented in National and International competitions. Five NCC cadets have joined the Army as soldiers. One cadet has participated in the Republic Day Parade at New Delhi. Six cadets have cleared â€˜Câ€™ certificate and 14 have cleared B certificate in the current year. The College has won many prizes in the Zonal and University youth festivals.
Criterion VI: Organization and Management
Day-to-day administration is run by the Principal and is assisted mainly by the Heads of Departments. The College Council consisting of five senior most members of the teaching faculty also assists the Principal on various issue for effective administration . The Head of the Departments monitor the teaching programmes. Various Committees constituted by the Principal look after academic, cultural, extra-curricular activities and the conduct of examination.
Since it is a Government College the State Government funds the College and the finance is managed as per the State government rules. There is no major audit objections and minor objections are promptly complied with. UGC and Parent and Teacher Association (PTA) funds are utilized for infrastructure development.
The Principal through the Office Superintendent controls non-teaching staffs. There are separate Grievance Redressal Cells for Employees, Boys and Girls besides the Sexual Harassment Redressal Committees for the girls. The Principal exercises his power effectively in maintaining the discipline of the college. There is complete harmony among various constituents of the College.
The College helps the employees to avail of various loan facilities as per Government rules. A special loan up to Rs.50,000/- without interest is available for the Class IV employees.
Criterion VII: Healthy Practices
The College has certain healthy practices and they are mentioned below.
*The mission of providing access to higher education in the backward rural region, and particularly to the womenfolk is a commendable feature.
Maintenance of discipline on the campus.
*NCC and NSS Extension Activities along with NGOs and GOs are laudable.
*Emphasis on value based education in the College is observed.
*Guidance of students by the faculty members for all-round personality development under the Proctorial scheme is appreciable.
*Promotion of sports and co-curricular activities of the students through various Societies and clubs is indeed laudable.
*It is worthwhile to mention that the NSS has adopted village named Halla for its all round development
*Maintaining good relations with parents and alumni
*Encouragement to teachers to participate in professional development programme is yet another appreciable feature.
*Sports facilities are extended to the students from other institutions and publics.
*Special identity cards are issued to the outsiders for this purpose.
Section 3: Overall Analysis
The Peer Team after having gone through the Self-Study Report and after its two-day visit to various academic and physical facilities is of the view that the college has moved ahead in transacting its vision and goals of advancement of frontiers of knowledge in the domain of higher learning in the rural backward region of Punjab. There is a commitment to the academic, co-curricular, extra-curricular and sports activities of students in this premier college. Students are exposed to the social milieu through extension and other allied activities. The College over the years especially under the dynamic leadership of the present Principal, who is due to retire in a couple of days, has earned good reputation and goodwill among the people for providing opportunities of Higher Education in the surrounding area. It has diversified its academic ambience by offering good number of courses at the Undergraduate level along with a few certificates courses in Information Technology for the benefit of its students . The interactive role of Parent-Teacher Association in maintaining discipline and overall growth of the institution and its students is substantial. Value education is emphasized for the overall personality development of students. The infrastructural facilities are adequate. The campus is well demarcated and nicely maintained.
The institution supports students in their curricular as well as co-curricular activities. Extension and outreach programmes of the College are appreciable. Organization and Management is quite sound and participatory. Financial management is prudent and the Government Auditor regularly audits accounts.
While appreciating the progress of this College, the Peer Team wishes to suggest the following for the future development of the institution.
*The College may think of starting new relevant PG courses for better progression.
The College may apply for Autonomy for greater freedom in introducing new career and job oriented courses like Bio-technology, Mass Communication and Journalism, Environmental studies and Management, Home Science, Fashion technology and Embroidery, Tourism and Travel Management, Electronics and Instrumentation, Military Science Women Studies, Pest Control and Management, etc. and bringing structural changes in the existing traditional courses keeping pace with the challenges of the 21st Century.
*However, before introducing the new courses, college should obtain feedback from academic peers, employers, and stakeholders.
*Laboratories require modernization.
*The Management needs to encourage more teachers to obtain M.Phil. and Ph.D. degrees at the earliest to strengthen the academic base of the College.
*Teaching may be made interactive and interesting with the use of modern electronic gadgets like OHP, LCD, CD, internet and other audio-video aids.
*Teachers may be encouraged to submit research projects to various funding agencies.
*Teachers need to participate and present papers at State and National level seminars ,conferences and symposia .
*Library facilities need to be strengthened to cater to the needs of the growing requirements of the students as well as teachers. Adequate and up-to-date learning resources are essential ingredients of academic growth. More books of latest publications may be added to the existing stock.
The institution may think of formal linkages with centres of excellence, industry and financial institutions for mutual benefits .
The existing studentsâ€™ feed mechanism may be utilised for further follow up actions.
*Outreach programmes of the College need to be expanded to enhance the reputation of the institution further in the rural area.
*Establishment of a good computer lab with LAN and internet facilities are recommended to strengthen the academic base of the institution.
*Office automation may be thought of.
*The library may be housed in a separate building with adequate facilities
*Considering the rich cultural background, the College may construct an auditorium with multi media facilities.
*Since 50 percent of the students population consists of girls students and many of them are coming from the international border areas the College may seek financial assistance from the UGC for constructing a womenâ€™s hostel.
The Peer Team appreciates the contribution of the college in imparting higher education in this socio-economically backward part of Punjab. Its accomplishments are noteworthy and the institution has ample opportunities to scale new heights. The Peer Team also appreciates the enthusiasm and commitment of the Principal S. Avtar Singh Sidhu and his colleagues in the progress and well being of the institution. The Peer Team compliments the entire academic community of the College for maintaining congenial and conducive atmosphere in the institution.
The Peer Team envisages a bright future for the College in the years ahead. The members of the Peer Team would like to place on record their sincere thanks to the Principal, faculty, non-teaching staff, students, parents and alumni for their co-operation and assistance during the visit.
Prof. L. N. Dahiya Chairman
Dr.R. K. Pande Member
Prof. Sadasiba Pradhan Member
I have gone through the report and agree with it.
(S. Avtar Singh Sidhu) Principal
ANEK CHAND Versus STATE OF PB AND ORS CWP 19752 of 2006IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH
Date of Decision : 14.12.2006
Anek Chand ... Petitioner
State of Punjab and others. .. Respondents
HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE J.S. KHEHAR,
HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE S.D. ANAND.
Mr. G.S. Bal, Advocate, for the petitioner.
J.S. Khehar, J. (Oral)
An order dated 16.09.2004 (Annexure P-12) was passed against the petitioner by the Principal, Government College, Gurdaspur, under Rule 5 of the Punjab Civil Service (Punishment and Appeal) Rules, 1970, whereby, two annual increments of the petitioner were stopped with cumulative effect. Through a subsequent order dated 06.12.2004 (Annexure P-14), the period during which the petitioner had remained absent was ordered to be treated as leave without pay.
It is the vehement contention of the learned counsel for the petitioner, that the petitioner preferred an appeal on 13.12.2004 against the aforesaid orders dated 16.09.2004 and 06.12.2004. It is, however, pointed out, that no decision has been taken by the competent authority till date.
Learned counsel for the petitioner states, that the petitioner will be satisfied, if the instant writ petition is disposed of with a direction to the appellate authority, requiring him to take a final decision on his appeal dated 13.12.2004 (Annexure P-15).
In view of the above, without going into the merits of the claim raised by the petitioner, we consider it just and appropriate to dispose of the instant writ petition, with a direction to the appellate authority, to take a final decision on the appeal preferred by the petitioner on 13.12.2004 (Annexure P-15) by passing a well reasoned speaking order, in case the aforesaid appeal has not already been disposed of. Needful be done within two months from the date of receipt of the certified copy of the order.
Disposed of accordingly.
( J.S. Khehar )
( S.D. Anand )
GURU NANAK DEV UNIVERSITY AMRITSAR Vs SAVITAIn the High Court of Punjab and Haryana at Chandigarh
R.S.A.No. 3376 of 2008 (O and M)
Date of decision: 7.9.2009
Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar ......Appellant
HON'BLE MRS. JUSTICE SABINA
Mr.P.S.Khurana, Advocate, for the appellant.
Plaintiff Savita had filed a suit for recovery, which was decreed to the extent of Rs.20,000/- by the Civil Judge (Sr.Divn.), Gurdaspur vide judgment and decree dated 5.12.2003. In appeal, the said judgment and decree were upheld by the Additional District Judge (Adhoc), Fast Track Court, Gurdaspur, vide judgment and decree dated 25.5.2007. Hence, the present appeal by the defendant.
Brief facts of the case, as noticed by the lower appellate Court in para Nos. 2 and 3 of its judgment, are as under:-
2. The brief facts put up by the plaintiff/respondent before the learned lower Court are that she is a student of Government College, Gurdaspur
affiliated with Guru Nanak Dev University under registration No.94/SG/A/999 and was qualified to appeal in B.Sc.III (Medical Group).
Her name was declared by the college authorities to appear in the examination to be held in the month of April, 1997. She was allotted Roll
No.89412. She appeared in the examination as well as practicals and was confident to be successful. But when her result was declared on 13.6.1997, she was shown having compartment in Chemistry. When she received the detailed marks card, she came to know that she has obtained only 11 marks in the practical. She approached University authorities and then came to know that she has actually obtained 35 marks in practical but due to negligence of University authorities the marks were shown as 11. It was alleged that the plaintiff/ respondent was to appear in Post Graduation but she could not appear in the entrance test due to her compartment and therefore, she is entitled to damages of Rs.2 lacs.
3. Upon notice, the defendant/appellant filed written statement taking the preliminary objections, that the suit is not maintainable and it is bad for non joinder of necessary parties on merits, it was admitted that the plaintiff/respondent appeared in B.Sc.-III (Medical Group) and she was shown compartment in Chemistry practical with 11 marks and actually she had obtained 35 marks. It is stated that when this fact came to knowledge of University authorities, the result of the plaintiff/ respondent was revised by way of Notification No.82 dated 26.8.1997 and it was alleged that it was a clerical mistake for which the plaintiff/respondent is not entitled to any damages. It has been further pleaded that under the
Ordinance 6 Page 499 of G.N.D.U. Clander Vol. 1.2 part B of 1991, the candidate can seek admission to the higher class within 12 days from the date of declaration of result. It was also pleaded that copy of the Notification was given to the plaintiff/respondent personally and she could have obtained the admission. Defendant/appellant prayed for the dismissal of the suit.
On the pleadings of the parties, following issues were framed by the trial Court:-
1. Whether the plaintiff is entitled to recover Rs.2,00,000/- from the defendants as damages due to the deficiency service of the defendant? OPP
2. Whether the suit is not maintainable in the present form? OPD
3. Whether the suit is bad for non-joinder of necessary parties? OPD
4. Whether the plaintiff has got no cause of action? OPD
After hearing learned counsel for the appellant, I am of the opinion that the present appeal deserves to be dismissed.
Plaintiff Savita had filed a suit for damages on account of wrong declaration of her result by the defendant-University. Both the Courts below, after appreciating the evidence on record, have awarded Rs.20,000/- as damages to the plaintiff due to negligence on the part of the defendant-University. It has been observed by the learned Additional District Judge (Adhoc), Fast Track Court in the impugned judgment that in the written statement, defendant- University had specifically admitted that in Chemistry practical examination, result of the plaintiff was declared to the effect that she had obtained 11 marks instead of 35 marks and thus, she was shown to be having compartment in the said subject. Thereafter, the result of the plaintiff was corrected.
The case of the plaintiff was that she had suffered harassment due to the incorrect declaration of result by the defendant-University. DW-1 Gurbachan Singh Ghai admitted that result of the plaintiff was declared on 13.7.1997 as compartment in Chemistry. The entrance test for classes of B.Ed., M.Sc. etc. had been taken by the University in the end of July 1997. The plaintiff approached the University authorities and on enquiry, it was found that in fact, the plaintiff had obtained 35 marks in Chemistry practical instead of 11 marks and the mistake was rectified vide notification dated 26.8.1997. Thus, the plaintiff could not appear in the entrance test, which was held in July 1997 as the notification vide which her marks was corrected was issued in August, 1997.
In these circumstances, the Courts below had rightly allowed Rs.20,000/- towards damages to the plaintiff.
No substantial question of law arises in this regular second appeal. Accordingly, the same is dismissed.
BALWINDER SINGH Vs PUNJB STATE ETC RSA 757 of 2008IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT
DATE OF DECISION : MAY 162008
BALWINDER SINGH ...... APPELLANT(S)
PUNJB STATE ETC. .... RESPONDENT(S)
HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE AJAI LAMBA
Mr. GS Bal Advocate for the appellant.
AJAI LAMBA J.
This Regular Second Appeal has been filed against the concurrent findings of fact.
The plaintiff filed a suit for declaration to the effect that order under which defendant No.3 had been appointed as Peon was illegal and against Government instructions. As a consequential relief prayer for issuance of a mandatory injunction was made directing respondents No.1 and 2 i.e. Punjab State through Collector Gurdaspur and Principal Government College Gurdaspur to consider the plaintiff for appointment as Peon on regular basis against a vacant post.
The case set up by the plaintiff was that he had been serving as
a Cycle Shed Attendant and was being paid out of the Students' Fund. The post of Peon that fell vacant was advertised. Demand was also sent to the Employment Exchange Gurdaspur.
Defendant No.3 however had been appointed. The plaintiff claimed the right to appointment because he was serving as Cycle Shed Attendant for which he was being paid out of the
I have considered the issue arguments of the learned counsel
and have gone through the impugned judgments.
It has not been disputed by the learned counsel that the plaintiff appeared in the interview and was considered. The learned
counsel has also not been able to find fault with the finding that the instructions to the effect that the persons working may also be considered for the post would only be directory. Learned counsel has not been able to point out any illegality in the findings recorded by the courts below.
It has to be considered that compliance of Articles 14 and 16 of the Constitution of India is required. In such circumstances once it is found that the post was advertised and the names from Employment Exchange were also solicited and the appellant was also considered for the said post no illegality in the action of the respondent-defendants can be traced.
No substantial question of law arises for consideration.
The appeal is dismissed in limine.
( AJAI LAMBA )
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