Uttarakhand HC 2019 Group D recruitment admit card released at ubtergd.in

Uttarakhand Board of Technical Education (UBTE) has released the admit card for the examination that will be conducted for the Group D positions for the UK High Court, Nanital. The admit card for the examination is available for all the candidates at the UBTE Group D recruitment websiteubtergd.in. UBTE...

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NEET 2019 – Candidate Of One State Can Seek Admission In State Quota Of Any Other State : P& H HC [Read Judgment]

Dismissing a writ petition, the High Court of Punjab & Haryana held that a candidate, who applied for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2019 examination from particular State, can seek admission in the State quota of any other State. Facts The State Government of Punjab had in...

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HC seeks MCI, NTA’s replies on plea challenging NEET 2019 results

The Delhi High Court Friday sought responses of the Medical Council of India and the National Testing Agency on a medical aspirant’s plea seeking quashing of results of the NEET 2019 and declaration of her revised marks. Justice Jyoti Singh asked authorities to file their replies on the petition...

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SC agrees to hear plea against Delhi HC verdict quashing cadre allocation of IAS, IPS officers

New Delhi: The Supreme Court Monday agreed to hear on May 17 the Centre’s plea challenging the Delhi High Court’s verdict which had quashed cadre allocation of IAS and IPS officers of 2018 batch. The matter was mentioned for urgent listing before a bench comprising Justices Indira Banerjee and...

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Delhi HC seeks UPSC, Haryana stands on plea against appointment of Manoj Yadava as state DGP

The Delhi High Court Thursday sought stands of the UPSC and Haryana government on a plea against the appointment of state’s police chief Manoj Yadava, claiming the Supreme Court’s directions on selection and appointment of DGPs were “not being followed”. Justice Suresh Kait also issued notice to Yadava, asking...

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