MP Primary Teacher BEd Recruitment Controversy, Government’s Application Rejected by High Court – MP NEWS

The Madhya Pradesh High Court has rejected the application of the Madhya Pradesh Government in which it had requested not to hear the primary teacher BEd recruitment dispute. It is noteworthy that the Directorate of Public Instruction, Bhopal, in violation of the interim order of the High Court, has recruited about 15,000 BEd degree candidates for the post of primary teacher.

The High Court said that due to this attitude of the Madhya Pradesh government, the constitutional fundamental rights (Article 21A) of the candidates are being violated.

Madhya Pradesh primary teacher recruitment controversy – government filed reply after 1 year

The controversial appointment or election of candidates with BEd degree to the post of primary teacher was heard by the division bench of Justice Shri Sheel Nagu and Justice Shri Vinay Saraf of Division Bench Number 2 of the High Court of Madhya Pradesh, Jabalpur. On behalf of the government, the Honorable Court was informed that a transfer petition has been filed in the Supreme Court, the hearing date of which has been scheduled on 19 February 2024.

Till then this matter should not be heard in the High Court. Being dissatisfied with this reply, the High Court said that despite the interim order dated 7th July 2022, the candidates with BEd degree were appointed by the Madhya Pradesh Government, School Education Department and the government did not reply in the High Court after a long gap of 1 year. has been entered.

The qualifications of primary teachers have been determined by the Supreme Court.

Because the Supreme Court has passed a detailed decision on 8th November 2023 and has determined the eligibility for the post of Primary Teacher. Against this, review petitions were filed by many states including West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Delhi and Himachal Pradesh and others, which have been rejected by the Supreme Court. Now it seems ridiculous for the Madhya Pradesh State Government to file a transfer petition in the Supreme Court.

Madhya Pradesh government’s non-cooperation is extremely serious, High Court said

The High Court said that non-cooperation by the government during the hearing is a very serious situation, yet we are giving the government another chance.

The hearing of the petitions determining the eligibility of primary teachers in Madhya Pradesh will be held on 26 February 2024. On behalf of the petitioners, advocates Shri Rameshwar Singh Thakur, Shri Vigyan Shah and Shri Vinayak Prasad Shah presented their case.