Candidate has no right to insist direct recruitment process set in motion should be concluded: Supreme Court

Even inclusion of a candidate in the select list may not clothe the candidate with such a right, the Bench said.
Justice KM Joseph and Justice Hrishikesh Roy and Supreme Court
Justice KM Joseph and Justice Hrishikesh Roy and Supreme Court

The Supreme Court recently held that in case of direct recruitment, a candidate who has applied does not have any legal right to insist that the recruitment process set in motion should be carried to its logical end [Employees State Insurance Corporation and Another v. Dr Vinay Kumar and Others].

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