High courtroom didn’t cease JPSC interview from February 24

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Ranchi: The Jharkhand High Court on Wednesday refused to place a cease to the interviews for the sixth examination of Jharkhand Lok Seva beginning on February 24. A bench of Justice SN Pathak refused to remain the JPSC (Jharkhand Public Service Commission) interview beginning on February 24.

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                 The subsequent listening to within the case shall be after 4 weeks. In this case, Rahul Kumar and others have filed a petition within the High Court difficult the primary proposal issued by the federal government after the preliminary examination of the sixth JPSC.

The petition mentioned that because of the proposal issued by the federal government on 19 April 2017, the variety of 5,138 candidates who handed the preliminary examination elevated to six,103. According to the principles, it’s greater than 15 occasions the variety of posts. Therefore, the federal government's proposal ought to be canceled. Explain that earlier within the Jharkhand High Court, the Jharkhand Public Service Commission examination was accused of disturbances. A petition was filed concerning this. On Wednesday, the courtroom refused to listen to it.

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