January 22, 2021: Plea filed by a lawyer group against the Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board (DSSSB) is currently transferred to Delhi High Court on January 22, 2021. It addresses them to fill in 1,132 vacant posts of Special Educator (Primary) in the organization.
Previously, in the past four weeks, the complaint was filed to South Delhi Municipal Corporation Delhi (SDMC) but no action was taken. Due to this reason, the petition against DSSSB has been moved to HC. Social Jurist (lawyer group), the petitioner mentioned that it had been a month since the plea was filed and a final decision on the teachers’ recruitment is yet to be made.
The petitioners further also highlighted that the post is vacant for more than 10 years. On repeated orders and appeals, the case has shown no growth further. This not only impacts employment but also affects the education of students with disabilities.
Advocate Ashok Aggarwal, speaking on behalf of the petitioner said that actions must be taken against the same for disobeying the authorities since the filing of the petition in 2001. Adding to it, he stated that the objective of the order given by Division Bench in 2001 was to ensure zero vacancies in the organization.
The numbers clearly suggest that there are many vacancy posts. Over 35000 teaching posts are to be filled in the Directorate of Education, Government of NCT of Delhi. Apart from this, 5000 posts are also vacant in as many as 3 MCDs.
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