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Requesting the preferences of 90 and above marks in Teachers’ Recruitment Process- Hon'ble Mr. Justice H.L. Dattu.. Supreme Court of India:

S/o Nadarasan
T.G palayam Post
Mangalpuram- via
Rasipuram -Taluk
Namakkal -Dist
Hon'ble Mr. Justice H.L. Dattu..
Supreme Court of India,
Tilak Marg,
New Delhi-110 201 (India)
PABX NOS.23388922-24,23388942-44,
My Lord,
Sub: Requesting the preferences of 90 and above marks in Teachers’ Recruitment Process
I wish to draw your kind attention regarding the above, how I was deceived by breaking rules after the selection processes started. Teachers’ Recruitment Board of Tamil Nadu had announced for conducting Teacher’s Eligibility Test for the year of 2012-13. As per the notification dated 22.05.2013, I had written the Exam on 18.08.2013. As per the instruction mentioned in the notification that 60% or more marks will be declared pass, I had scored 98 marks out of 150. Hence I was declared the TET pass as per the Govt. Notification.
GO 25 dated 06.02.2014:
Meanwhile the TRB had called me for Certificate Verification on 23.01.2014. After the Certificate Verification was over in a satisfactory way, I was full of ambitious to get the Govt. Job. At the time, the Election Commission had announced the Parliament Election. As being considering only vote bank, Tamil Nadu Government announced the 5% relaxation from qualified mark 60% of 150 marks for those who belong to SC,ST,MBC,BC and differently abled persons vide government GO 25 dated 06.02.2014. But the Government left us pathetic by overruling the previous notification dated 22.05.2013. Already more number of candidates were qualified who got 90 and above marks against the less vacancies available. Meantime 5% relaxation of enormous candidates those who obtained the marks of 82 – 89 marks’ were too selected for same less vacancies.
While Honorable High Court was scrutinizing such a GO 25, it was found that it was issued on grounds against both the of Constitutional Act and Government Policy decision. Hence the GO 25 was quashed by Honorable High court at Madurai and permitted relaxation candidate as “if any selection has already been made on the basis of this Government order, persons who were selected for appointment on the basis of the impugned Government order shall not be affected”. As being capitalizing the above statement made by the Honorable Court, the Government issued appointment order by over night to all including more relaxation candidates for available vacancies.
Weightage Marks:
Apart from the above, as per the NCTE guidelines, the Government had implemented the Weightage marks that should be accounted with TET marks for recruitment process. This system is benefitted to only those who completed academic qualification with degree recently, because of the education system is being changed time to time. Though we had an enough experience by old education system, and matching the same qualification for teaching, we are abruptly ignored by this system. This is not our fault of changing the education system from earlier version. Hence this Weightage system too leaves us as a curse while comparing new and old education system as one and same for the recruiting process.
By the both way GO 25 as well as Weightage System pushed us to corner and secluded in a selection process. The retrospect effect of the date of the GO 25 only was deprived us from getting the Government Job.
Hence I request your good self to consider our pathetic situation and justify for offering more preference to the candidate those who get 90 and above marks in TET as per the Government Notification dated 22.05,2013.
Thanking you.
Yours faithfully
Place: T.G.Palayam