Uttar Pradesh Government Directed to Consider Regularization of Teachers by High Court

The Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court has issued a directive to the Uttar Pradesh government to consider the regularization of several teachers appointed between 1993 and 1996 in various managerial colleges across the state. Justice Sri Prakash Singh announced the decision following the annulment of orders passed by Regional Level Committees (RLCs), which had earlier denied regularizing these teachers’ services.

Dozens of teachers, including Teerthraj, had challenged the RLC’s decisions in court. After reviewing the material on record, the bench objected to the RLC’s orders, noting that they appear to have been passed superficially.

The bench stated that as these petitioners have been working for over two decades, the state should act as a welfare state and consider their regularization after giving them a full opportunity to be heard, in accordance with the law.

In light of relevant provisions, the bench has given the RLC three months to pass new orders regarding the petitioners’ regularization.

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