The Punjab and Haryana High Court has today made it clear that any degree in Computer Science or Computer Application done in Distance Mode will not be considered eligible for the Post Graduate Teachers’ Posts in the State. Therefore only those who have done these courses in Regular Mode can apply for these posts.
It is note-worthy that the Selection Procedure for Post Graduate Teachers and Trained Graduate Teachers in Haryana. There were 446 Posts for the Computer Teachers. The Appointment is to take place under Haryana State Education School Cadre Group B Service Rules, 2012. AS per this rule only those candidates who had obtained their degrees as regular students would be eligible for these posts.
The decision was given by the Division Bench comprising Justice Hemant Gupta and Justice Raj Rahul Garg after hearing the petition filed by Sunil Sharma and others. They were seeking chance to apply for the said PG Posts. Dismissing the petition, the judges said :
Once the state Govt has framed statutory rules in exercise of the powers conferred under proviso to Article 309 of the constitution, such rules being legislative can’t be challenged except on account of violation of any other statute or the constitution.
Distance MCA/ MSC Computer Science candidates not eligible for PGT Posts in Govt Sector
The petitioners had given the point as the duration of the course, mode of examination and syllabus for getting a degree of the MSC Computer Science and MCA was same, they are eligible like those who had obtained them as regular students. But the court thought otherwise. It cleared that there was always difference in distance and regular mode of education as far as technical education is concerned.
So far there was a big confusion among the candidates regarding the correspondence MSC CS and MCA in job recruitment. This decision of the HC shall remove such doubts. Now the aspirants shall also be able to do the course according to the requirement of the job. From now, nobody can befool them in the name of recruitment. These business shops have opened at every nook and corner in the country. They offer each and every course to the innocent students. And students without knowing anything about the courses pay big money.
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It is not the way student of distance education also have knowledge equal or more than studen of regular course many of clear net how can they do it without knowledge and also how it is possible for than clear htet which regular course may not
i fully agree as above given decision by HC should not acceptable in any condition.