A petition has been filed in the madhya pradesh high court challenging the talented candidates of the reserved category for not being selected in the unreserved category. The matter is related to the high school teacher selection process. The petition has alleged violation of reservation rules. The case was heard on wednesday (February 28) before a double bench of Justice Sheel Nagu and Justice Vinay Saraf.

Advocates Brahmendra Pathak, Rauna Pathak, Shivesh Agnihotri, Rammilan Saket and Atish Kumar Yadav presented their side on behalf of Damoh resident Nikita and others. He argued that the talented candidates of the reserved category are not being selected in the unreserved category and are being kept in their own category. Actually, the Teacher Eligibility Test was organized by madhya pradesh Vocational Examination Board on august 28, 2018 by issuing detailed rules and manuals.

The candidates who were eligible for appointment to the post of Higher Secondary Teacher had submitted applications and passed the eligibility test. This eligibility test and selection process was to be done as per the Right to education Act 2009 and madhya pradesh Teacher Selection Rules 2018.

The final selection list was published according to the merit of the candidates who passed teacher eligibility. After which the school education Department and Tribal Development Department were to select the candidates in the order of merit as per their vacancies and post them on the post of Higher Secondary Teacher. According to the rules of eligibility test and Teacher Recruitment Rules 2018, both the departments had to select the candidates from the integrated selection list and give appointment letters. But both the departments prepared their own separate lists, in which due to names of some candidates being found in both the lists, other qualified and eligible candidates could not be selected.

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