Tripura High Court Directs Review of Results for Five Aspirants by Selection Agency


Tripura High Court, led by Chief Justice Aparesh Kumar Singh, has directed the Joint Recruitment Board of Tripura (JRBT) to reevaluate the results of five aspirants who, despite reportedly qualifying in both written and viva tests, did not receive job offers like their counterparts. Senior advocate Puroshattam Roy Barman shared this information, highlighting that the Court issued the directive during the hearing of a batch of petitions filed by the affected aspirants.

The petitioners, namely Preetam Barman, Subrata Dey, Debasish Saha, Suman Debnath, and Bapan Saha, had successfully cleared the written and viva examinations in the recruitment process. However, for reasons unknown to them, they were not extended job offers, prompting them to seek legal recourse through petitions filed in the High Court.

Senior advocate Roy Barman emphasized that the High Court has granted a one-month timeframe for the review of the results. If the claims of the aspirants are substantiated during this process, they are entitled to receive job offers within the stipulated period, following standard protocols.

The JRBT had earlier invited applications for 2,410 Group C non-gazetted posts, subsequently conducting written and viva exams to select suitable candidates. Upon discovering that their scores surpassed those who received postings in various departments, the appellants raised concerns, leading to the filing of petitions. The judgment issued by the High Court now paves the way for a comprehensive review of the results and, if justified, the subsequent issuance of job offers to the deserving candidates within the specified timeframe.



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