Decisions Of Expert Bodies Like PSC Should Not Be Lightly Interfered With: Supreme Court Upholds UP Police Recruitment Process

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Decisions Of Expert Bodies Like PSC Should Not Be Lightly Interfered With: Supreme Court Upholds UP Police Recruitment Process

Case: State of Uttar Pradesh And Ors. v. Atul Kumar Dwivedi And Ors.

Corum: Justices U.U. Lalit and Vineet Saran

Case No.: Civil Appeal No. 228 of 2022

Court Observation: “Rule 15(b) of Recruitment Rules requires every candidate to obtain minimum 50% marks in each of the subjects and states, “candidates failing to obtain 50% marks in each of the above subjects shall not be eligible for recruitment”. Rule 15(e) requires the Board to prepare a select list of each category of candidates, “on the basis of marks obtained by each candidate in written examination under clause (b)”.

“Candidates failing to obtain 50% marks in each of the above subject shall not be eligible for recruitment” in Rule 15(b) will have to be treated differently as against the preparation of a select list in Rule 15(e) “on the basis of marks obtained by each candidate in written examination under clause (b)”.

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