J&K Health and Medical Education Department Selection Lists for Various Posts

Health and Medical Education Department Selection Lists for Various Posts

Part Selection Lists for the post of “Radiographic Technician”, (Health and Medical Education Department (GMC Anantnag & GMC Baramulla), Divisional Cadre Kashmir Advt/Item No. 01/2019/011 & 02/2019/011.

Whereas, the Health & Medical Education Department vide Indent No. ME/NG/53/2018-PF dated 10.01.2019 requisitioned among others 08 posts of
Radiographic Technician with the following breakup :

GMC Anantnag

OM : 04 Posts

RBA : 02 Posts

SC : 01 Post

ST : 01 Post

TOTAL : 08 Posts

GMC Baramulla

OM : 04 Posts

RBA : 02 Posts

SC : 01 Post

ST : 01 Post

TOTAL : 08 Posts

Whereas, these posts were notified vide Advertisement Notification No. 01 of
2019 & 02 of 2019 dated 01.02.2019 with cut-off date as 14.03.2019; and
Whereas, as per the indent received from the concerned Indenting Department,
the qualification prescribed for the post is as follows:

10+2 with Science or above qualification with Two Years Diploma in X-Ray
Technician/Radiography from any recognized institute/SMF”; and

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Whereas, the written examination for the said posts was held on 11th of May
2019 and Provisional Selection Lists were issued by the Board vide Notification No.
SSB/Secy/Sel/2019/5160-66 dated 05.10.2019 and 40 candidates were called for
document verification/counselling each for GMC Anantnag & GMC Baramulla on
31st of October and 2nd of November, 2019; and

Whereas, as per the criteria adopted, selection lists were prepared and placed
before the Board in 163rd Board Meeting in which the Board decided to declared
all those candidates who have obtained degrees from different universities as “Not
Eligible” and further decided to prepare fresh selection lists; and

Whereas, aggrieved of the decision of the Board, the candidates approached the
Hon’ble High Court of Jammu and Kashmir at Srinagar in SWP No. 604/2020 titled
Ajaz Ahmad Ahanger and others V/s Union Territory of J&K and others; and
Whereas, the Hon’ble High Court on 03.03.2020 passed an order, the operative
of which is reproduced as under:

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In the meanwhile, subject to objections and till next date of hearing, the
selection of private respondents 7 to 21 shall not be given effect to”.; and
Whereas, the selection lists for the posts of Radiographic Technician were prepared and forwarded to the Health & Medical Education Department vide communication No. SSB/Secy/Sel/25/K/2020/2375-81 dated 16.03.2020 for GMC
Anantnag & vide letter No. SSB/Secy/Sel/26/K/2020/2352-58 dated 16.03.2020
for GMC Baramulla wherein the posts/slots referable to aforementioned private
respondents 7 to 21 were kept reserved in compliance with the aforesaid directions of Hon’ble High Court; and

Whereas, subsequently the case was transferred to the Hon’ble Central
Administrative Tribunal, Jammu in TA No. 62/7196/2020 titled Ajaz Ahmad
Ahanger and others V/s UT of J&K and others; and

Whereas, the Hon’ble Central Administrative Tribunal vide its order dated
25.10.2021, dismissed the TA 62/7196/2020 and passed the following order:
“…We do not find any merit in the TA, which is accordingly dismissed. There
shall be no order as to costs”; and

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Whereas, The above said judgment of the Hon’ble Central Administrative
Tribunal was challenged before the Hon’ble High Court of Jammu & Kashmir and
Ladakh at Srinagar in WP ( C ) No. 2251/2021 titled Ajaz Ahmad Ahanger and
other V/s UT of J&K and others. In the above said writ petition the Hon’ble High
Court on 16.11.2021 passed the following order:

For the foregoing reasons, we do not find any error or illegality in the impugned judgment passed by the Tribunal. The impugned judgment of the
Tribunal is well reasoned and lucid. The same does not call for any interference.
The writ petition lacks merit and the same is, accordingly, dismissed”.

Whereas, considering all the facts and circumstances of the case together with
the aforesaid orders of the Hon’ble High Court and the Hon’ble Central
Administrat

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