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The recent ruling by the Calcutta High Court regarding the State Level Selection Test-2016 (SLST) appointments has sent shockwaves through the education sector in West Bengal. The court’s decision to invalidate the appointments of 25,753 teachers and non-teaching staff in government-sponsored and aided schools has raised significant concerns and sparked a wave of discussions within the educational community. By declaring the selection process as “null and void,” the Calcutta High Court has underscored the importance of transparency and accountability in the recruitment of educational personnel. The court’s directive to cancel the appointments and recover salaries from a portion of the recruits, along with interest at a rate of 12% per annum, highlights the gravity of the irregularities identified in the recruitment process.


The implications of the High Court’s ruling extend beyond the immediate revocation of appointments. The decision has prompted a reevaluation of the recruitment procedures and oversight mechanisms governing the selection of teaching and non-teaching staff in educational institutions. It serves as a stark reminder of the critical role that adherence to due process and regulatory compliance plays in maintaining the integrity of the education system. In response to the High Court’s ruling, the State School Service Commission (SSC) chairman, Siddhartha Majumdar, has affirmed the commission’s commitment to upholding the principles of fairness and accountability in the recruitment process. The commission’s decision to present the list of affected individuals to the Supreme Court for further review underscores the determination to address the complexities and implications of the court’s judgment.


The legal proceedings surrounding the SLST appointments have taken a new turn with the West Bengal government’s decision to file a Special Leave Petition (SLP) with the Supreme Court. The government’s challenge to the High Court order reflects a broader effort to seek legal recourse and ensure a comprehensive examination of the issues at hand. The Supreme Court’s forthcoming review of the case is anticipated to shed further light on the nuances of the recruitment process and the legal considerations at play. The West Bengal School Service Commission (SSC) has been at the center of the controversy, with assertions that the commission provided lists of approximately 5,300 teaching and non-teaching staff from the 2016 panel to the Calcutta High Court for scrutiny. Despite these efforts, the court expressed dissatisfaction with the information provided.