Why IBPS Selection Procedure is Illegal !

Published on Monday, July 07, 2014
Today I got an email from one of my readers whop asked me to read judgement of Ramesh Kumar vs High Court Of Delhi & Anr on 1 February, 2010. This case is somewhat similar to IBPS PO III selection case. In the above case three SC candidates files a case against Government of India for changing selection procedure. 

Why 10% reserve list rule by IBPS is illegal

In K Manjusree v. State of Andhra Pradesh & Anr. AIR 2008 SC 1470,
this Court held that selection criteria has to be adopted and declared at the time of commencement of the recruitment process. The rules of the game cannot be changed after the game is over.
Above judgement clearly states that IBPS should have mentioned about 10% reserve list in the recruitment notice but it fails to do so. All candidates who already cleared two phases of selection should be in waiting list. No vacancy should be carry forward to next year. IBPS has no right to manipulate the selection for it's own comfort. 

Candidates who didn't secure 40% in interviews can't claim anything now

In Hemani Malhotra v. High Court of Delhi AIR 2008 SC 2103, It is clearly stated that if selection procedure is claelry mentioned in the notification, it can't be challenged in the court. So candidates who didn't secured minimum passing marks in the interviews are rejected ab intio. 

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ramandeep singh

My name is Ramandeep Singh. I authored the Quantitative Aptitude Made Easy book. I have been providing online courses and free study material for RBI Grade B, NABARD Grade A, SEBI Grade A and Specialist Officer exams since 2013.

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