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AROKIASWAMY (student)     08 September 2009

selection in interview

Dear Sir

My client registered in Tamilnadu Employment Exchange on 1996 then he renewed his name based on the Terms. The Tamilnadu Electricity Board asked to give candidates lists to Employment Exchange for those who are finished Diploma Holders & finished one year apprenticeship training with TNEB. The Tamilnadu Employment Exchange sponsored the names of qualified candidates including my client name. The selection committee called for an interview to sponsored names by Tamilnadu Employment Exchange. The selected candidates list published in the net, but my client name not in the list. Shall we file a writ petition seeking revise the order of selection and include the name of my client & give the appointment to my client

1. Basically my client is SC category , Selection is on the basis Direct recruitment 

2. The selected candidates are beyond my date of birth ,I have a seniority in the Employment Exchange

3. My client finished Diploma in the year of 1996, but now selected candidates are finished diploma in the year of 2000, 2001 ,2002 2003 2004, & 2005

4. Selection lists consists of Backlog vacancies list & Roaster vacancies list

5. Give Advice to this issue


 2 Replies

Ashish Ovalekar (Manager Legal & Compliance)     08 September 2009

Dear Siva,

I would suggest that your client should seek Right of Information Act, to find the details and reasons for his non inclusion in the list.

Secondly then send legal notice or File a writ of mandamus against the Employment exchange as well as certorari for stopping the recruitment.


AROKIASWAMY (student)     08 September 2009

Thanks ashish

     i need related case laws for proceed, can u send ashish?


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