Under Article 226 of the Constitution of India, a writ cannot be issued against a Government- entity which has been subsequently privatized and no longer performs any public duty.
“Every service in the public employment unless forbidden by law is transferable.”
Allahabad High Court said that recruitment has to be fair, transparent and accountable, if there are irregularities and malpractices and illegality in the recruitment process, it would undermine very legitimacy of the recruitment process
Supreme Court: In a case where a married daughter of the deceased was claiming compassionate appointment, the bench of MR Shah* and
“…that greater weightage is desirable to be given to the objective part of the assessment since the Indian psyche is such that the subjective part of the assessment, more often than not, is tainted, influenced or guided by nepotism or the usual uncle culture or even more disagreeable extraneous considerations.”
Supreme Court: In a case where some candidates who had applied for the post of Helper/trainee with Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution
Jharkhand High Court: A Full Bench of H.C. Mishra, Shree Chandrashekhar and Deepak Roshan JJ., while deciding on the validity of the