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HC vacates stay on TS recruiting teachers, staff

In a relief to the Telangana government, a division bench of the High Court on Wednesday set aside a single judge’s order  staying the process of filling teaching and non-teaching

Published: 10th August 2017 02:12 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th August 2017 11:29 AM   |  A+A-

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By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: In a relief to the Telangana government, a division bench of the High Court on Wednesday set aside a single judge’s order  staying the process of filling teaching and non-teaching posts with women candidates in the  state social welfare, backward classes welfare, tribal welfare and minority welfare residential educational institutions societies based on GO No.1274 issued on June 4, 2016.

Last month, the judge had granted the interim stay while dealing with two petitions which challenged the GO on guidelines on recruitment of women staff to the above institutions and asking the departments concerned to take steps to  suitably amend the relevant bye-laws, special rules and service regulations relating to residential educational societies for the purpose. Aggrieved, the government moved an appeal before the division bench.The pending cases before the judge will come up for final hearing.

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