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stopgap", the same is quite familiar in the service jurisprudence. Mr Rao, appearing for the High Court of Delhi ... stopgap" and "fortuitous" are in frequent use in service jurisprudence. In the absence of definition of these terms
Central Administrative Tribunal - Ernakulam
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Punjab-Haryana High Court Dr. Sudha Suri, Professor & Head Of ... vs Union Of India
Punjab-Haryana High Court
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person under law, particularly in the context of service jurisprudence. The question framed above is of considerable importance ... applicable in the matter of initial appointment. Service jurisprudence would commence only when a person is appointed, and that
Central Administrative Tribunal - Delhi
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question of deemed confirmation in service jurisprudence, which is dependent upon the language of the relevant service rules ... under : " 11. The question of deemed confirmation in service Jurisprudence, which
Bombay High Court
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lost sight of the general principle of the service jurisprudence that in the absence of any statutory rules governing
Gauhati High Court
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(2005) 3 GLR 208
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Patna High Court - Orders Ravikant Kumar Saurabh & Ors vs The State Of Bihar &
Patna High Court - Orders
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public interest litigations are not maintainable in service jurisprudence. The University has fully complied with the Constitutional requirement ... held that this Court can interfere even in service jurisprudence, but only in extreme cases. The Court had observed
Madras High Court
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Central Administrative Tribunal - Ahmedabad D.J. Panchal vs Union Of India (Uoi) And Ors. on
Central Administrative Tribunal - Ahmedabad
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2006 (1) SLJ 130 CAT
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borrowed department, is against the established position of service jurisprudence and if such refusal to consider length of service ... follows : "It will be against all rules of service jurisprudence, if a government servant holding a particular post
Gauhati High Court
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(2003) 1 GLR 62
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clear. There are two well settled principles of service jurisprudence : (1) classification of posts has nothing to do with
Gujarat High Court
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