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Friday, 03 February 2023 5.13 PM IST

Plus two Chemistry; Kerala Administrative Tribunal orders 2-month stay

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KOCHI: The Kerala Administrative Tribunal Chairman, Justice CK Abdul Rahim, has ordered a two-month stay on the move to transfer the posting of 50 higher secondary chemistry junior vacancies to PSC on the pretext that there are no applicants. Kerala Kaumudi had reported that there was corruption in the move to leave the plus two chemistry teachers’ vacancies to PSC.

Last year fifteen vacancies were filled. After that fifty vacancies from 2020 were decided to be left to PSC which was against the rules. When the date for the rank list of direct appointments got over on 19 September, a special messenger was sent to PSC informing of it. The move to transfer the vacancies to PSC on the pretext that there were no applicants was done without even giving notifications for the vacancies for teachers in subjects including Chemistry.

The public education department tried to transfer the vacancies when the earlier 15 vacancies received 370 applications. The tribunal said that the Director’s actions are all against the rules.

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