Karnataka high court issue the direction not to finalise the selection for the faculty appointment of NLSIU.
The Dharwad bench of the Karnataka high court passed the interim order on NLISU to stop the proceeding for the selection of teaching post.in this matter single judge was compromised of judge SG pandit.
Counsel on the behalf of petitioner in this matter Pratap Singh jhadav had approached the high court and claimed that the notification for the appointing teaching staff in NLSIU was not in accordance with the UGC rules. And notification was vague because they did not mention the minimum qualification for the post were specified. And the employment notice indicated the various posts of assistant professors in various subjects ,but to which subject the reservation indicated is applicable is also not forthcoming.
On the basis of the petitioner argument, court went on hold that the petitioner is entitled to interim relief.in this case another point was also pointed by the court-
‘’the employment notice indicates the various posts of assistant professors in various subjects, but to which subject the reservation indicated is applicable is also not forthcoming.’’
And before passing the order the court also opined that the petitioner itself had applied for the post of assistant professor of constitutional law at NLISU.
‘’Taking note of the submission of the learned counsel of the petitioner and on the perusal of the impugned notification prima facie would not furnish the particulars required in an employment notification, the petitioner is entitled for an interim order’’
Karnataka high court
And in this case the single bench judge SG pandit reads-
‘’the respondent no. 1 is directed not to finalize the selection in pursuance of annexure G, notification bearing no.12020, dated 1.2.2020 and annexure H, notification bearing no. 2020 dated 1.2.2020 and not to issue appointment letter without permission’’