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Teachers and Non-Teaching Staff of the Nationalized Colleges (...) Absorption Rules, 2000
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Rules 4 and 8

Teachers & Non-Teaching Staff of Nationalised Colleges (Directorate of Public Instruction) Absorption Rules, 1981
Rules 4 and 8—
From the statements in the writ petitions it is found that the writ petitioners were eligible for regularization to their respective posts as per Rule 4 of Rules, 1981 on or before 10th May, 1998, prior to the promulgation of Rules of 2000. The writ petitioners regularization will be decided as per rule 4, and their seniority and promotion will be governed by Rule 8 of the Rules, 1981. Government of Bangladesh vs Kamrun Nahar 16 BLC (AD) 18. ....View Full Judgment

Rule 6(5)

Teachers and Non-Teaching Staff of the Nationalized Colleges (Directorate of Public instruction) Absorption Rules, 2000
Rule 6(5)
The Bangladesh Public Service Commission recommended for regularization of the writ petitioners services as per Rule 6(5) of Rules, 2000 presumably on the ground that since the Rules of 1981 have been repealed, the Rules of 2000 will hold the field. There is totally based on misconception of law. The Writ Petitioners regularization will be decided as per rule 4, and their seniority and promotion will be governed by Rule 8 of the Rules, 1981.
Government of Bangladesh and others -Vs.-Kamrun Nahar & others. 4 ALR (AD) 2014 (2) 39 ....View Full Judgment

The Government having itself decided to remove the anomaly in the matter of absorption of teachers like the respondent in the nationalised colleges and it never having been contended that the Government changed its decision for any good reason, the Court will be justified in holding that the Government is required by law to implement its· own decision. Bangladesh vs AHM Amir Hossain 48 DLR (AD) 75. ....View Full Judgment