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Q. CAMPUS placements

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Anonymous

posted 1 year ago

Q.CAMPUS placements
Sir, in April, 11 students were selected in BEL(PSU) through college placements. Now after 2 months a student is claiming that he got the maximum marks in written exam(for BEL selection) without any proof. His family members are lawyers. He is sending RTI to BEL and college to provide him the marks list. But placement procedure is a confidential thing and they are not giving him any information. Now we 11 selection for BEL got call that if he files a case or PIL our joining letter and joining process will be at halt. Sir, what are the chances that his PIL or case(regarding transparency) will be rejected by the High court. Our future is at stake because of that 1 psycho person. Please suggest us something.

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Johnson Thangiah

Experience: 18 Year(s)

Responded 1 year ago

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A. ) Sir,
If The selection process have any flaw the BHEL should answer the court.

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Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

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A. ) Dear Sir,
Even if he goes to High Court your selection will not be disturbed if time comes the Court may ask to create another post. Nothing happen. Delay itself a ground to reject his application/writ petition.

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Nirmal Chopra

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A. ) Unless selection process is biased, high court does not interfere.rest it will depends upon overall facts that as to how court proceeds with the case.

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