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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Khemka transfer in compliance with court directive: Haryana

The Haryana government has asserted that IAS officer Ashok Khemka, who had ordered a probe into Robert Vadra’s land dealings, was shifted in compliance with the directions of the Punjab and Haryana High Court and there are no other grounds of transfer.
In a statement on Tuesday, Haryana said that though it did not agree with Mr. Khemka’s arguments on Mr. Vadra’s land deals, it had ordered an inquiry into all the issues raised by the officer.
A committee, headed by the Additional Chief Secretary and comprising two senior members of the State government, had been mandated to ‘look into the legality of actions taken by the officials concerned, including acts of omissions and commission, if any’ and complete a report within a month.
The government maintained that the officer himself had asked to be relieved of the charge of Special Collector, which is “traditionally held by Director, Consolidation.”
A government spokesperson said Mr. Khemka’s transfer request came up during the hearing of a criminal writ petition in the High Court which, on October 1, ordered the government to appoint another officer to the post.
The spokesperson said Mr. Khemka had tried to link the transfer to certain actions that he took on subsequent dates without any basis.
“As a matter of fact, as far back as August 1, 2012, he had written to the Chief Secretary, requesting withdrawal of one of the charges held by him on the ground that his orders are appealable to officers junior to him. Mr. Khemka wrote to the Chief Secretary again on October 12, 2012, protesting against his transfer wherein he never mentioned that the reason for his transfer was attributable to the matter relating to the cancellation of mutation ordered by him.”
The spokesperson said the orders regarding the alleged undervaluation of property bought by Mr. Vadra were issued on October 12 and the cancellation of mutation was ordered on October 15 while he was transferred on October 11.
Power to register documents
On the other issues concerning Mr. Khemka, the spokesperson said a tehsildar, being tehsildar-cum-consolidation officer, had powers to register documents in the capacity as sub-registrar and no separate permission from the Consolidation Officer was required.
Contesting the cancellation of mutation order issued by Mr. Khemka, the spokesperson said:
“The Director-General, Consolidation, has issued orders under Section 42 of the Land Consolidation Act, 1948, which is a judicial process and thus has to act according to the provisions of the Act and should have issued notices to the parties concerned and a chance of presenting their case individually or through counsel and then adjudicate the matter and pass the final speaking orders. This process has not been followed.
“This is a clear-cut violation of the provisions of the Act and principles of natural justice. Without giving an opportunity of being heard the matter cannot be adjudicated as has been done in this case.”
The spokesperson contested the allegation of undervaluation of property registered by Mr. Vadra and maintained that the value of the property registered between Sky Light Hospitality Pvt. Ltd. and DLF Universal and subsequent transfer of the land was ‘way higher’ than the collector rates and there was no loss to the exchequer.

UGC LLM one-Year From 2013 academic year

In a bid to prevent the best legal minds from going abroad, the University Grants Commission - UGC has given its nod to make the masters degree programme in law of one year duration instead of two.

Welcoming the move, vice-chancellor, Dr Ram Manohar National Law University (RMLNLU) Prof Balraj Chauhan said, "It has been seen that not the best students come forward to pursue LLM from the various reputed universities in India. Cutting the duration of the course to one year will help us retain best talent." With the change in place, Prof Chauhan said that the curriculum will have to be modified. "The fundamentals would have to go out and specialisation will have to be the focus, since both the things can't be taught in such a short time," he said.

At present, a student spends at least seven to eight years after intermediate to get a masters degree in law. And for pursuing LLM alone, it takes two years. UGC came up with this proposal two years back and constituted a committee headed by the founding vice-chancellor of National Law School of India University, Bangalore NR Madhava Menon. The committee was asked to examine the proposal, and it recently endorsed the move and submitted its report to UGC.

According to UGC officials, in a meeting held earlier this month, it was decided that final discussions to make LLM a one-year programme will take place early next year, so that it can be implemented in the academic session 2013-14.

This idea first came up two years ago during a round table on legal reforms chaired by Union human resource development minister Kapil Sibal, who is also a Supreme Court lawyer. The ministry had backed the proposal of a one-year LLM, following which the UGC had set up an expert committee under Prof Menon.

Experts in the field also see this move to encourage research in law and prepare faculty for teaching. The Menon Committee recommended that an all-India test be held annually to select students for one-year LLM. Talking about the move, Prof Menon had on various occasions said the undergraduate degree in law (LLB) is good enough for those who want to practice law. He said that for those interested in serious study of law and teaching, one-year LLM is on cards.

Only India, Bangladesh and Pakistan impart two-year LLM. Everywhere else, there is a one-year master's degree in law, a reason why Indian law graduates are going to the West for post-graduation.

Key points:
1. One-year LLM is aimed at preventing talented law graduates from going abroad to pursue master's degree.
2. It will help in boosting research
3. It will help in tiding over faculty crunch in law universities

Monday, October 15, 2012

Exam Papers

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Thursday, September 20, 2012

HSTSB PGT Biology And English Call Letter 2012 – Verification / Scrutiny-Cum-interview

HSTSB job admit CardHaryana Teacher selection Board (HSTSB) has declare the Schedule for the Verification / Scrutiny-Cum-interview for PGT Biology (Cat.No.4) and PGT English(Cat.No.12) For only those candidates whose name starts with‘’ A  ’’ to ‘’ C   Advt..NO.1/2012.  Candidates who have applied for these posts can also download their call letter / admit card to appear in Verification / Scrutiny-Cum-interview for the following subjects . It is uploaded on the website Of CDAC Mohali  And Also HSTSB Panchkula.
Verification / Scrutiny-Cum-interview is starting from 15th October, 2012 To 30 October ,2012. Candidate do make sure about their Place of Verification / Scrutiny-Cum-interviw and date for various category in the same subject.

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Monday, September 10, 2012

SSA Chandigarh 654 JBT Teacher Recruitment On Contract Base

Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan Society, Chandigarh U.T.

Invites online applications to fill up  654 posts of JBT teachers (Basic Teacher).
General 322,OBC 166,SC 85,PH 16,Ex Serviceman category-Gen 36,OBC 18,SC 09,PH 02.
SSA chandighar JBT teacher posts
How to apply : Apply online applications from 11.09.2012 to 03.10.2012.
Fee : Rs. 400/‐for General and OBC candidates(Rs. 200 in case of SC candidates)
Checking of original document : 30-31 Oct &  1 Nov. 2012
This jobs is purely on contract basis up to 31.3.2013
Consolidated Salary :  Rs. 16600/‐Per month.

Qualification : Senior Secondary (or its equivalent) with at least 50% marks OR Pass in Center Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) conducted by the CBSE New Delhi accordance with the Guidelines framed by the NCTE..Please see other equivalent qualifications in detailed advertisement.

Component Marks Calculation of Score Academic Qualification(Senior Secondary) -20
Professional Qualification(2‐years Diploma in Elementary Education )-20                  
Higher Qualification   (5 B.Ed. ,2 Post Graduation , 3 Graduation)- 10
TET score Weightage for total marks  - 50  

Age on closing date for submission of application. : 21‐35 years.Relaxation as per Govt.rules.45 years in the case of widows.40 years for SC/ST candidates.Age 40 years for Govt. servants and Women,and maximum age up to 38 years for OBC candidates
Candidates Please Visit Below Link For Age limit, Educational Qualification ,Work Experience, How to Apply, Application Last Date, Selection Procedure and Other Details Of SSA Chandigarh Recruitment 2012 is Available on following given Below Link..