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Jan 20 1999 (TRI)

V.N. Purushothaman Vs. Controller of Defence Accounts

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Ernakulam

Decided on : Jan-20-1999

..... kottayam in the year 1994 without there being a sanctioned post. it is not the seniormost who will have to be redeployed in the event of a surplusage and the rationale in picking up the applicant who is neither the seniormost nor the juniormost, is not explained. while considering the station seniority, the period of service rendered as a casual labourer .....

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Oct 22 1999 (TRI)

D. Anitha and ors. Vs. the Chief Postmaster General and

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Ernakulam

Decided on : Oct-22-1999

(ii) to declare that clauses 'a', 'b' and 'c' of rule '2' of annexure a2, the department of post (postal assistants and sorting assistants) recruitment (amendment) rules, 1992 are arbitrary, unreasonable and unjust and therefore unconstitutional; (iii) direct the respondents to consider the applicants and other extra departmental agents for promotion as postal assistants/sorting assistants in a just and fair manner by appropriate procedure in accordance with law. (iv) grant such other reliefs as may be prayed for and the tribunal may deem fit to grant; and "(i) declare that the limitation in clause (b) of rule 2 of annexure a1 that only e.d. agents securing not less than 10% marks in comparison with the marks secured by the last open market candidate of the previous selection will be eligible for being considered for recruitment as postal assistant is unjust, arbitrary and discriminatory and hence void as violative of articles 14 and 16 of the constitution of india; (ii) declare that applicants are eligible to be considered for appointment as postal assistants on the basis of their merit in the selection process, not limited by the marks obtained by any candidate in previous selection; (iii) direct the respondents to fill in the 3 vacancies of postal assistants arising from shortage of eligible department candidates by appointing e.d. agents of vadakara division on the basis of their merit. (iv) grant such other relief as may be prayed for the tribunal may deem fit to grant; .....

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