Indian High Court Orders Part-Time Lecturers to Accept Unequal Pay

The Allahabad High Court in Uttar Pradesh, India, has directed that 9,000 vacancies in the various affiliated degree colleges in the state be filled within a year. The court has directed the Director Higher Education to ensure that the management or the principals of the colleges send the requisition to the commission within three months. Passing this order on a bunch of writ petitions, a Bench, comprising Justice BS Chauhan and Justice Arun Tandon, filed by Anurag Tripathi and others, has directed the Higher Education Services Commission (HESC) to make a regular selection of the lecturers within one year of […]
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