Volume 4 Issue 9 - May 01, 2006
Rajasthan Government provides 3 % reservation for disabled people in R.J.S.
D.N.I.S. News Network - The Government of Rajasthan has finally given three percent reservation to the Persons with Disabilities in the Rajasthan Judicial Services (R.J.S.). The High Court pulled up the State Government for its non-compliance and expressed displeasure for not abiding by the provisions made under the Persons with Disability Act, 1995.
Following High Court directives, on Saturday, the State Government issued a Government Order in which it has been informed that under Rajasthan Disabled Persons Employment Rules 2000, three percent reservation would be applicable to Rajasthan Judicial services as well. The High Court had endorsed this decision earlier.
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