English Court Steno Question Paper Part 25, English shorthand Steno-Typist Paper provide kiya geya hai, Jo Apko  knowledge gain and test ke liye prepare karne ke liye helpful rahega.


English Court Steno Question Paper [Part-25]

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. 

Aap daily website se court dictationsenglish steno dictations practice karte jaye, aap bahut jaldi perfection hasil karlenge.


80 WPM Court Steno Paper



Steno Typist Paper Part- 25



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


Match Steno Test Paragraph


Joining Words Outlines Highlighted

     

        The petitioner has challenged the award passed by Labour Court Chandigarh. As per the averments made in the petition the petitioner was appointed as a Steno-Typist in Punjab State Electricity Board Patiala. He claims to be appointed on a regular post and his work and conduct remained satisfactory. His services were terminated without assigning any reason. He accordingly sought reference of the dispute on the ground that his termination was in violation of the provisions of Section 25 (F) of (1) the Industrial Disputes Act and since the petitioner had completed 240 days of service during the calendar year, the Management could not legally terminate his services without complying with the provisions of the above said Act. The Tribunal however held that the petitioner workman was aware that his work was only for a specific period and job was not of a permanent nature. Finding of fact is that his appointment was purely contractual in nature. Accordingly the Labour Court (2) found that the workman has no legal right to the post Reference has been made to the case of Punjab Versus Mr Satpal Singh Reference has accordingly been answered against the petitioner Counsel for the petitioner submits that this condition of employment being contractual was arbitrarily and illegally inserted in the appointment letter or the petitioner. Be that as it may, the appointment of the petitioner, as per the record was contractual. In this background, no case (3) for interference in the view taken by the Labour Court Chandigarh is made out. 

        The writ petition is therefore, dismissed there is no dispute that the petitioner was on probation. The termination order reflects that he was terminated as his work was not satisfactory and therefore the management no longer interested in continuing him in service as a teacher in the school. The learned Tribunal after considering the material placed on record by order dismissed the appeal and maintained the (4) order of termination. The submission based upon the observations by Hon'ble Supreme Court in Progressive Society and another versus Punjab State is made even before making any action of termination of employee on probation the subjective satisfaction is a must and therefore for want of such material on record, such termination without due enquiry or without show cause notice is bad in law and therefore the impugned order l needs to be set aside the important question which begs answer (5) 




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