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High School Certificate Primary Proof in Determining Age Factor: Allahabad HC

Allahabad High Court in Ankit And Anr Vs State Of U.P. And 3 Ors — Writ – C No. – 10853 of 2021, held that High School Certificate is the primary source for determination of the age of a minor and supersedes other documentary evidence such as Aadhar Card and Medico-Legal Evidences. The petition was filed by petitioners claiming themselves to be major and married on 28.02.2021, and asking for direction to respondents for non-interference and enforcement of protection as envisaged under Article 21 and Article 22. 

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Mid-Process Correction In Recruitment Application Not Permissible: Allahabad HC

The Division Bench of Allahabad High Court in The Basic Education Board U.P. Vs. Manisha Singh — Special Appeal Defective No. – 551 of 2021 set aside orders of single judge bench allowing correction in the online application form for Recruitment Examination 2019 for the post of Assistant Teacher. The Court rejected the candidate’s plea to correct her graduation marks – CGPA of 7.57  which she submitted as 8  since the marks could not be filled in the format of fractions in the online application.

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Practice of Colleges Recovering Penalties Imposed on them through Students, Fraudulent: Allahabad HC

Allahabad High Court in Ram Avatar Kalyani Devi Kanya Mahavidyalay Thru Manager & Ors Vs. State Of U.P. Thru Prin.Secy.Higher Education Lucknow & Ors.– Misc. Single No. – 14258 of 2021 and two other related cases called out and sought immediate action by the State Government on the fraudulent practice adopted by colleges wherein they recover penalties imposed by the affiliated University on them through students.

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Teachers Not to Be Deployed for Non-Educational Work Under RTE: Allahabad HC

Allahabad High Court in Charu Gaur and 2 Others Vs State of U P and 6 Others quashed orders of authorities of State and Parishad, deploying primary teacher as Booth Level Officer. The court directed the State Government to issue necessary instructions to the concerned District Magistrates and District Basic Education Officer that provisions of Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 (RTE Act) shall not be contravened.

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