STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Justice Rajesh Bindal of J&K High Court Jammu Wing on Tuesday dismissed bunch of petitions challenging selection of inspectors in Finance Department. Justice Rajesh Bindal observed that today the era is of technology and the print media is not the only mode to communicate with the candidate as they have mobile phones and computers. “The applications are also required to be submitted online. If the information regarding e-mail ID and mobile phone numbers is taken by the recruitment agencies at the time of filling of forms, besides public notices, the candidates can also be apprised about any development through e-mail and messages on mobiles. This will not give any chance to a candidate to raise plea that he never came to know about any notice published by the recruitment agency in the newspapers or that the newspaper has no circulation in the area, where they are residing. Entire information should be uploaded on the website of the recruitment agencies and the candidates should be advised to visit the website regularly to note any instructions issued pertaining to any selection process. This will be a step in the direction to bring more transparency and fairness in the process of selection”, the court observed and directed Registry to send a copy of the order to the Chief Secretary for necessary action. While dismissing petition, Justice Rajesh Bindal observed that the petitioners were not the candidates in the selection process initiated in the year 2015 and the writ petitions were filed merely seeking reservation of the posts to secure their interest in case they succeed in the writ petitions filed earlier pertaining to the selection process initiated in the year 2013 and therefore the same deserve to be dismissed.
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