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Court  Steno Question Paper Part-27

Har saal District Courts and High Courts mai Steno papers, Adhoc steno papers, hote rehte hai, inki language kafi had tak same hi hoti hai.

Aap yeh paper dekh kar easily practice kar sakte hai, in future apko aur bhi court shorthand papers provide kiye jayenge.

Punjab and Haryana High Court, District Court (Steno Adhoc Exams) mai 80 wpm speed 5 minutes mai bole geya tha, aur agey bhi aisi hi dictation court steno exam mai boli jaa sakti hai. 

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80 WPM Court Steno Paper



Steno Typist Paper Part- 27



  • Paragraph 5 Minutes
  • Words 400
  • Transcribed Time in Shorthand Exam- 20 Minutes
  • Paragraph Reading Time- 1 Minutes

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        The petitioner who was a candidate for the post of Medical Officer has approached this Court challenging the selection and appointment of respondent No. 6 aforesaid post Learned counsel for the petitioner submitted that the petitioner got his on the degree of MBBS from Medical College, Patiala in the year 2000. He was enrolled with in PGI Chandigarh. Leamed counsel further submitted that prior to his filing application, the petitioner had five years and it one month experience of (1) working as Medical Officer in different Institutes but the same was totally ignored. In terms of the criteria made for selection, the petitioner deserved to be granted 10 marks or the same. Learned Counsel further submitted is that in terms of the criteria laid down for selection, weightage was to be given to the resident of the block in facility is situated. Vide the instant petition, petitioner is seeking direction for quashing the appointment of respondent No. 2 to the (2) Post of Doctor. Consequently respondent No. 1 be directed to issue appointment letter in respect the aforesaid post in favour of the petitioner. In brief, the facts of the case are that vide advertisement in the Employment News, respondent No. 1 invited applications from the interested candidates for the post of Doctors. 

            We notice that the appellant institute has already recovered an amount of Rs 6.5 lakhs as monthly instaments from the salary of the respondent and the appellant institute (3) has also recovered an amount of Rs 2 lakh from the salary of the respondent and from the arrears of revised scales admissible to the respondent and as such approximately Rs 6 lakhs have been recovered from the respondent. Now the appellant institute claims balance amount. Considering the facts and circumstances of the case and considering the fact that the bond executed by the respondent is found to be vague, we find no reason for the appellant Institute to recover (4) the balance amount of Rs 6 lakhs from the respondent but the amount already recovered be not refunded, since public interest has definitely suffered due to non obtaining of MBBS by the respondent after availing of the entry salary and other benefits. We do so taking into consideration all aspects of the matter and to do complete justice between the parties. Appeal is allowed to the above extent and the judgment of the learned Single Judge and Division Bench (5) 


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