Patna High Court Order On BPSC Mains Examination Result
Post on 31,March 2013   7:58 PM
By - Mr. Om Singh
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Patna: This is what Patna High court asked the Government and BPSC on latest case summarized in 4 points.

(i) When the requisition was sent by the State Government initially for only fourteen categories of service/post vide letter dated 6.8.2010 in which there was no trace of the post of Bihar Accounts Service, how could a candidate understand even in terms of the subsequent advertisement dated 13.1.2011 that the post of Bihar Accounts Service could also be filled up from the same specially when a separate requisition for 100 post of Bihar Accounts Service, after amendment in the Rules on 22.2.2011, had been sent on 12.7.2011, much after the Preliminary Test, had already been conducted on 17.4.2011.

The B.P.S.C. and the State Government, therefore, will be required to explain the rationale in including the post of Bihar Accounts Service in the advertisement dated 10.01.2012.

(ii) The qualification for the post of Bihar Accounts Service being quite specific of having Bachelor's Degree in Commerce, Economics, Mathematics or Statistics and the advertisement which was published on 13.1.2011 for the other fourteen categories of the post being only Graduate without specifying any specific discipline, how could any candidate also understand that the post of Bihar Accounts Service could have been also filled up on the basis of such advertisement.

(iii) In the advertisement, there is no mention about the special requirement of Bihar Accounts Service and, therefore, the Respondents must clarify as to whether in the Bihar Financial Service, the requirement of having one of the subject as Commerce, Economics, Mathematics or Statistics has been given away or if it continues, whether the same is comparable to the requirement for the post of Bihar Accounts Service being Bachelor Degree in Commerce, Economics, Mathematics or Statistics.

The authorities must keep in mind that having a Bachelor's Degree with the subject of Commerce, Economics, Mathematics and Statistics cannot be equated with a Bachelor Degree with one of the subject in Commerce, Economics, Mathematics or Statistics

(iv) The Commission will also disclose as to how many candidates with the specification or requirements for the post of Bihar Accounts Service i.e. Bachelor's Degree in Commerce, Economics, Mathematics or Statistics had filled up the application form and how many out of them have been declared successful in the Preliminary Test.

Put up this case after two weeks at the top of the list under the heading "For Admission-II" at 2.15 PM.

Source Patna High Court Web Site

 

 


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Thank You for the valuable update

by Raunak Raj

Perefct move by the Modi Goverment.

by Aruna

Goverment is Just playing with the Psyclogy of the Students.

by Aruna

What the bloddy hell is this. Goverment had gone mad. it seems that it going to be fucked very soon. they are playing with the sentiments of ias asprents. And when the young blood will start responding to these nuinsense, streets will flodded by the angry students and goverment ll face massive set back.

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by Anupam Kumar Tripathi

How a student below 26 years of age gets such kind of mental maturity?The students from rural background and some urban studnets also start their preparation after their PG. Now a days if a student who completed his/her PG are having the age of around 25 or 26 years .Then how he/she can prepare for exam?

by B V RAVINDRA PRASAD REDDY

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