Child Born From Second Wife Of A Deceased Employee Eligible For Compassionate Appointment: Rajasthan High Court

Child Born From Second Wife Of A Deceased Employee Eligible For Compassionate Appointment

Case: Hemendra Puri v. The Jai Narayan Vyas University and others

Coram: Justice Sandeep Mehta and Justice Kuldeep Mathur

Case No.: D.B. Spl. Appl. Writ No. 1565/2018

Court Observation: “The Head of the Department as per Rule 10(2) of the Rules of 1996 is competent to decide the applications for compassionate appointment keeping in view the overall interest and welfare of the family if more than one of the dependents claim employment on compassionate grounds. In view of the facts noted above, we are of the firm view that the competent authority i.e. the Head of the Department had rightly considered the application submitted to be compliant with the Rules of 1996 and issued an offer of appointment in his favor,”

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