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Facing legal implications, Govt issues orders to dept regarding recruitements

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Faced with a large number of court cases by applicants who are not issued appointment letters after being recruited, Haryana Government has directed all the departments to send the requisition carefully to the Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) so as to avoid legal complications later.

The Chief Secretary office has written to all departments in this regard.

“In many cases, the departments do not appoint the candidates recommended by Haryana Staff Selection Commission for one reason or the other due to which the selected candidate approaches High Court. In such circumstances, the Government has to face unnecessary legal implications,” the CS letter stated.

It further stated, “While sending the requisition to HSSC, the departments do not clearly mention the requisite condition of experience alongwith the essential  qualification.

HSSC selects the successful candidates after examining the information given in requisition letter and the recommendation of selected candidates is sent to the concerned department.”

It has been observed that during the document verification of selected candidates, the department raises objections about the experience certificate of the application.

And, it does not issue appointment letter to the said candidate because the experience certificate is not as per departmental rules.

Due to this, the Government has to face the legal implications due to coordination between HSSC and concerned departments, the letter stated.

The concerned departments should send the requisition carefully  to the Commission and in case of any confusion, the HSSC should get the position clarified from the concerned department before advertising such type of posts, the CS directed.

The directions in this regard has been sent to all administrative secretaries, heads of departments, commissioner of six divisions and deputy commissioners in the state. Such instructions have been issued after High Court's orders to the State Government.



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