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APPSC Group-1 Mains 2018 Cancellation Update: Employees Get Relief For Now!

The High Court has intervened in the cancellation of the APPSC Group-1 Mains examination, issuing temporary relief for currently employed individuals. The division bench stayed the previous judgment by a single bench, ensuring continuity for those already in employment.
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Following challenges from APPSC and the state government, the High Court suspended the Single Judge's ruling on APPSC Group-1 Mains 2018. The next hearing is scheduled for the 27th of this month.

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Here's a breakdown of the recent developments regarding the cancelled APPSC Group-1 Mains exam of 2018:

Previous Court Order:

  • A single judge of the High Court ruled to cancel the Group-1 Mains exam due to alleged irregularities in the evaluation process.
  • This decision caused uncertainty for selected candidates currently employed.

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APPSC's Appeal:

  • APPSC and the state government challenged the single judge's decision by appealing to a division bench.

Division Bench's Order:

  • The division bench imposed a temporary stay on the single judge's order to cancel the exam.
  • This means the current employees selected through the 2018 process can continue their jobs.
  • The court has adjourned further hearings until March 27th, 2024.

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The appeal centers on alleged irregularities in the evaluation process, including claims of multiple evaluations. APPSC maintains they followed proper procedures with a single manual evaluation. The division bench will review evidence, including CCTV footage submitted by APPSC. While the cancellation is on hold for now, a final decision awaits further hearings. This development provides temporary relief for employed candidates.

Published date : 22 Mar 2024 01:11PM

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