The plaintiffs have complained to the court that there is no transparency in the recruitment process for the primary school teachers, even though the process of recruitment of primary school teachers started through interviews after a long time. One of their lawyers, Firdaus Shamim, told reporters in response to the court’s order, “We have evidence of various allegations of opacity. Several of them have already been handed over to the court. We will provide more evidence in this regard in the future.
One of the issues that has been complained to the court on behalf of the plaintiffs is that no merit list has been published for recruitment. Only those who have been considered for recruitment can go to the online website and see if they have succeeded with their own roll number. However, as per the rules, the board is required to publish the names, roll numbers and complete list of the candidates including all the information obtained from the TET and interview numbers. On the contrary, the board has issued seven notices on two consecutive holidays. The lawyers of the plaintiffs stood in the court saying that there is enough opportunity to make allegations of opacity as there are contradictions in it.
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