KAT order on KPSC selection process set aside

KAT order on KPSC selection process set aside

The KPSC had moved the High Court against the KAT order after the KAT allowed an appeal by N Govindaraju and others who had questioned the selection process. The appellants had stated that the KPSC had violated the process by selecting candidates on merit while the norms said that the candidates should have a degree in DPharma and experience of at least three years in manufacture of schedule ‘C’ or ‘C1’ drugs.

The appellants had stated that the candidates without experience were selected for the said posts. When the KAT allowed the applications, the KPSC moved the High Court and said that the selection was being done on merit, since candidates with experience were already recruited and there were no such candidates left.

The KPSC had issued notification to recruit 24 drug inspectors on June 2, 2006 and the preliminary selection list was announced on November 11, 2009.

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