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No wrongdoing in regularization process: COHSE employees

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Imphal, May 11:A group of the newly regularized employees of Council of Higher Secondary Education has today condemned the accusation of wrongdoings in their recruitment process leveled by a students’ group terming it as saddening and unfortunate and a potentially lethal attack on their careers.   
Addressing media persons, a representative of the newly regularized employees pledged that there was not a single instant of jumping the rules during the recruitment and no undeserving individual was regularized by flouting the rules.  The antagonistic views directed at them were a product of shallow investigation and imperfect discussion, he said.
Since the council is an autonomous body all of its administrative decisions are adopted at meetings of the members that are held as per the requirement. Due to a situation resulting from the office being understaffed the council passed orders for recruitment on two occasions in 2013 and 2014 after which the vacant posts were filled on a casual basis. The recruitment was not single handedly carried out by the chairperson and secretary who were at the helm of the council at that time, the regularized employees claimed in a statement distributed at the press meet.
Many hindrances were put along the path of the regularization of these employees time and time again though they were eligible according to the rules and many people mischievously spread wild rumors of their employment being executed beyond the rules. Consequently, the employees approached the high court which passed orders on two separate occasions in 2015 and 2016 for their regularisation after holding a special DPC.
Expressing dissatisfaction at the regularisation process which was effected in pursuance of a court’s order is totally unexpected, the statement mentioned further questioning why the council was specifically picked out when hundreds of adhoc/casual employees were regularized at education department, higher school education department, school education department and Board of Secondary Education.  

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