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SC Ruled That Seniority Lists Of The Teaching Cadre Should Reflect The Promotions Of The Contesting Respondents [Read Judgment]

Lawstreet Journal 24 Jan 2022 7:12pm

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On January 20, 2022, the Hon'ble Supreme Court in the case of The Employees' State Insurance Corporation v. Union of India & Ors. (Civil Appeal no.152 of 2022) ruled that the revised seniority list of the Teaching Cadre at the appellant corporation should reflect the promotions of the contesting respondents following the ESIC Recruitment Regulations 2015.

The current case is an appeal by the Employees State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) against the order of the division bench of the Karnataka High Court dated September 5, 2019. As the division bench rejected the petition filed by the appellant against the promotion of the contesting respondents to the post of "Associate Professor" under the Dynamic Assured Career Progression Scheme (DACP) because it opposes the appellant's recruitment regulations. Between February 7, 2012, and June 26, 2014, the respondents worked as Assistant Professors at ESIC Model Hospital in Rajajinagar, Bengaluru, for the appellant. The Dynamic Assured Career Progression Scheme calls for promotion to Associate Professor after two years of service as an officer in the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare's Assistant Professor position. On February 2, 2017, after two years of service as an Assistant Professor, the contesting respondents applied for the promotion under the Dynamic Assured Career Progression Scheme and filed a complaint with the Central Administrative Tribunal Bengaluru.

The Central Administrative Tribunal held on February 7, 2018, that the ESIC Recruitment Regulations 2015 were not applicable for adjudication of the dispute, based on the submission of the appellant's counsel. The Tribunal cited a letter… Continue Reading...


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