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It is further contended by the learned senior counsel for the petitioner that while the PSTM Act mandates and where persons with PSTM qualification are not available for appointment against a reserved turn, such of those vacancies should be treated as non-PSTM vacancies and should be filled up with non-PSTM persons from the same category. The further argument of TNPSC that even striking down the selection of respondents 3 to 7 would not enure to the benefit of the petitioners, is countered by the learned senior counsel for the petitioner by submitting that the said argument is contrary to the materials available on record.
To substantiate the said submission, a flow chart is submitted showing the movement of the persons from one category to other category in the event of movement of respondents 3 to 7 being selected under their respective communal reservation.
In fine, it is submitted through the flow chart that reworking on the notion that respondents 3 to 7 will move out of general turn would only affect respondents 8 to 11, who will go out of the selection list as respondents 3 to 7 will stand selected under their respective communal quota.
It is further submitted by the learned senior counsel for the petitioner that in case of horizontal reservation within a particular communal reservation, person can avail the same only on satisfying the criteria prescribed for that particular communal reservation. The act of TNPSC in treating PSTM candidates as vertical reservation and fitting them across communal categories, inspite of their not satisfying the prescribed qualification is illegal and contrary to the settled law laid down in a catena of decisions.
Public Service Commission Vs Y. Srinivasulu and Ors. Anbarasan Vs - Secretary to Govt. Identical submissions have been advanced by the learned counsel appearing for the petitioner in W. Further, emphasis has been laid on the decision of the Apex Court in Rajesh Kumar Daria's case supra as also the judgment of the Division Bench of this Court in Yamuna Devi's case 1 CTC Mad , wherein this Court, while considering the various intricacies pertaining to reservations, both horizontal and vertical, has summarised the method to be followed while making selection for each category based on merit.
In sum and substance, it is the submission of the learned counsel for the petitioner that under the guise of applying the women's reservation, the private respondents, who have obtained less marks than the petitioner have been brought within the zone of consideration to the exclusion of the petitioner, which act of TNPSC is against the well accepted rule of reservation and selection and, therefore, the said selection has to be interfered with.
Learned counsel appearing for TNPSC, while reiterated the submissions advanced in the counter affidavit, further submitted that it is trite that General Turn vacancies are filled up first in the order of merit before filling up the reserved vacancies. Since only 6 persons were available under the head, the said 6 candidates were selected.
The 7th vacancy was converted into a non-PSTM vacancy as per Section 6 of the Act and the 28th rank holder was selected, since the available vacancies for GT General is 27 vacancies for the present recruitment. Likewise, for women also, since no women PSTM candidates were available, the vacancies were converted as non-PSTM vacancies and in addition to the 10 General Turn Women vacancies, the 4 were added, in all making the vacancies So, the selection was done in accordance with the rules as also following the point roster and, therefore, the grievance expressed by the petitioners is devoid of substance and liable to be rejected.
The community to which he belongs determines the qualifying marks that is required to be obtained for his selection to the next stage. Therefore, the said criteria prescribed is only community based and not the category under which the candidate would stand ultimately selected.
The notion expressed by the petitioners is totally misconceived and against the well settled legal principles. Learned counsel appearing for the 10th respondent in W. Further, non-impleadment of the selected candidates hits at the substratum of the case, which render the writ petitions not maintainable, in view of the law laid down by the Supreme Court in umpteen number of decisions. Finally, it is submitted that the contention that some of the persons, who have been selected have not obtained the minimum qualifying marks and, therefore, their selection is bad cannot be countenanced on a reading of Note i of Rule 5 of the Notification, wherein it is clearly specified that pass in the written examination is only for the purpose of determining the eligibility of the candidate to be called for interview and it does not correlate itself to the selection of the candidate.
Further, the minimum qualifying marks required to be obtained by the candidate is on the basis of the candidate's community at the initial point and the same does not get carried to the final destination of selection. Though the marks obtained in the written test and viva-voce determine the ultimate ranking of a person, however, selection being a two stage process, marks obtained in the written examination stands alone from that of marks obtained in viva-voce.
Further the qualifying marks of a candidate is with relevance to his particular community and not the category in which he would finally be selected at the ultimate point.
Therefore, it cannot be said that the candidates, who have obtained lesser marks are not qualified, as those candidates, belonging to reserved category, have obtained the minimum qualifying marks prescribed for the particular reserved category and, hence, their selection is well within the legal framework and needs no interference at the hands of this Court.
Heard the learned counsel appearing on either side and perused the materials available on record as also the decisions relied on by the learned counsel for the parties.
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Before embarking upon the analysis of the contentions raised by the learned counsel appearing for the parties, it would be prudent to have a bird's eye view of the facets of reservation and the steps to be followed in filling up the posts notified. Two types of reservations are granted under the constitutional scheme, viz.
While vertical reservation is provided for under Article 16 4 of the Constitution, horizontal reservation is provided for under Articles 16 1 and 15 3 of the Constitution. In effect, while social reservations are vertical reservation, any reservation granted as a special benefit over and above the vertical social reservation would fall within the ambit of horizontal reservation. The second relates to the difference between the nature of vertical reservation and horizontal reservation.
Special reservations in favour of physically handicapped, women, etc. Where a vertical reservation is made in favour of a Backward Class under Article 16 4 , the candidates belonging to such Backward Class, may compete for non-reserved posts and if they are appointed to the non-reserved posts on their own merit, their number will not be counted against the quota reserved for respective Backward Class.
Therefore, if the number of SC candidates, who by their own merit, get selected to open competition vacancies, equals or even exceeds the percentage of posts reserved for SC candidates, it cannot be said that the reservation quota for SCs has been filled.
The entire reservation quota will be intact and available in addition to those selected under open competition category. Sabharwal v. Sah v. Yamul [ 3 SCC ]. But the aforesaid principle applicable to vertical social reservations will not apply to horizontal special reservations.
Where a special reservation for women is provided within the social reservation for Scheduled Castes, the proper procedure is first to fill up the quota for Scheduled Castes in order of merit and then find out the number of candidates among them who belong to the special reservation group of Scheduled Caste women.
If the number of women in such list is equal to or more than the number of special reservation quota, then there is no need for further selection towards the special reservation quota.
Only if there is any shortfall, the requisite number of Scheduled Caste women shall have to be taken by deleting the corresponding number of candidates from the bottom of the list relating to Scheduled Castes. To this extent, horizontal special reservation differs from vertical social reservation. Thus women selected on merit within the vertical reservation quota will be counted against the horizontal reservation for women.
Sabharwal Vs State of Punjab 2 SCC , while filling up vertical reservation, the procedure to be adopted has been clarified by the Supreme Court and the same is extracted hereunder for better clarity :- 4.
When a percentage of reservation is fixed in respect of a particular cadre and the roster indicates the reserve points, it has to be taken that the posts shown at the reserve points are to be filled from amongst the members of reserve categories and the candidates belonging to the general category are not entitled to be considered for the reserved posts.
On the other hand the reserve category candidates can compete for the non-reserve posts and in the event of their appointment to the said posts their number cannot be added and taken into consideration for working out the percentage of reservation. Article 16 4 of the Constitution of India permits the State Government to make any provision for the reservation of appointments or posts in favour of any Backward Class of citizens which, in the opinion of the State is not adequately represented in the Services under the State.
While doing so the State Government may take the total population of a particular Backward Class and its representation in the State Services. When the State Government after doing the necessary exercise makes the reservation and provides the extent of percentage of posts to be reserved for the said Backward Class then the percentage has to be followed strictly. No general category candidate can be appointed against a slot in the roster which is reserved for the Backward Class.
From the above decisions of the Supreme Court, it is trite that while vertical social reservation is an earmarked one for the particular reserved category, the same is not so in the case of horizontal special reservation. Further, while vertical reservation is earmarked for the particular communal category and cannot be filled up with any other category, horizontal special reservation necessarily cuts across the vertical reservation and if the number of candidates in total within the said communal category is equal to or more than the special reservation quota, then there is no need for further selection towards the special reservation quota.
Therefore, it is clear that the above setup is available only in respect of posts meant for reserved category and it does not speak about the general category, viz.
Keeping the above principles enunciated by the Supreme Court in mind, an analysis of the case on hand reveals that the special reservation is more of a preferential reservation based on the special set of circumstances within which it has to be given. Based on the above mandate of the PSTM Act, horizontal reservation has been provided for the various communal categories, including general category in the form of horizontal reservation, which cuts across the vertical reservation.
While it is one of the contention of the petitioners that candidates, who have been accommodated under the preferential reservation under the General category insofar as the vacancies earmarked for PSTM could very well be accommodated within their respective communal quota with regard to vacancies earmarked for PSTM under the respective communal quota, it is refuted by TNPSC that such a procedure is bad in law and violative of the scheme of reservation. It is the stand of TNPSC that irrespective of community, persons have to be first selected in the category of Others , i.
Moreover, the present grievance of the petitioners relate to the PSTM General category vacancies, which is a merit based vacancy, which has to be filled up on the basis of the rule of reservation, but within the parameters specified under the PSTM Act.
Therefore, it is the submission of TNPSC that on assessment of the merit, persons from other communal categories, on their individual merit, and in possession of valid PSTM certificates, have been accommodated against the said vacancies. On a careful consideration of the rival contentions advanced by the parties, this Court is of the considered view that the stand of TNPSC merits acceptance.
At the risk of repetition, it is useful to quote the very words of the Supreme Court in Rajesh Kumar Daria's case supra , wherein the Supreme Court held that Where a vertical reservation is made is made in favour of a Backward Class under Article 16 4 , the candidates belonging to such Backward Class, may compete for non-reserved posts and if they are appointed to the non-reserved posts on their own merit, their number will not be counted against the quota reserved for respective Backward Class.
The candidates should apply only for the vacancies notified and subject specified.
The candidates not having prescribed qualifications, as on the last date of submission of filled-in online application, shall not be eligible to apply for the examination. The candidates should satisfy themselves about their eligibility before applying. It is to be noted that if a candidate is allowed to appear for the examination it does not imply that the eligibility of the candidate is verified.
The eligibility shall be verified by the Board only at the time of Certificate Verification. Examination fee: a. The candidates have to pay a fees of Rs. The candidates have also to pay the service charges as applicable for online payment. The application process is entirely online. No application in paper will be accepted by TRB. Procedure to apply: 1.
Candidates should apply only through online mode in the TRB website www. Evidence for claims made by the candidates while applying i n online should be submitted by the candidate at the time of Certificate Verification, if called for.
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Scheme of Examination: i The written examination will consist of a single paper of 3 hours duration with MCQs. Questions in the main subject will be on the subject for which the candidate has applied for. The question paper for all subjects will be of objective type with multiple choice questions in English only. The syllabi for the subjects can be downloaded from the Teachers Recruitment Board official website www. If candidates are working elsewhere at the time of their applying for this recruitment should obtain the necessary No-objection Certificate and should submit at the time of Certificate verification.
Selection Procedure: The Selection will be made in two successive stages viz. The venue for the Examination will be intimated in the Hall Ticket. The candidates are advised to refer the TRB website for details www. The decision of the Teachers Recruitment Board on the eligibility of the candidate to appear for the examination will be final.
Scribes: On request, eligible candidates with disability will be allowed assistance of scribes based on the Medical Certificate produced by the candidates. Key Answers: Tentative key will be published on completion of the exams.
The candidates who intend to have objections on tentative key answers shall raise them along with supporting materials, within 5 days from date of release of tentative key.
Any objections and materials produced beyond the stipulated time will not be entertained and candidates are estopped from questioning them at a later point of time. No independent orders either accepting or rejecting the objections of the candidates will be passed.
Only final key would be published. Constitution of experts to scrutinize the objections cannot be questioned by the candidates. Note: If more than one candidate secures the lowest or same cut- off mark for a particular communal turn, all such candidates will be called for CV. Certificate Verification List and C.In effect, the PSTM Act itself mandates that the reservation is only on preferential basis and, therefore, the reservations carved out for the persons could only be horizontal reservation within a particular category.
Before embarking upon the analysis of the contentions raised by the learned counsel appearing for the parties, it would be prudent to have a bird's eye view of the facets of reservation and the steps to be followed in filling up the posts notified. Who is not eligible to apply? If candidates are working elsewhere at the time of their applying for this recruitment should obtain the necessary No-objection Certificate and should submit at the time of Certificate verification.
The candidates should satisfy themselves about their eligibility before applying. It is to be noted that if a candidate is allowed to appear for the examination it does not imply that the eligibility of the candidate is verified.
No No. Tamil Nadu Public Health Service. The 10th respondent has averred that the non-impleadment of the necessary party hits at the root of the writ petition making it not maintainable.