Gujarat High Court’s major judgment Women’s Reservation case.
The matter of implementation of Women’s Reservation case  in the state has come out. The High Court has given important directions to the state government and the Gujarat Public Service Commission. The High Court has issued important guidelines on how to comply with the provisions of the women’s reserve. The High Court has explained to the government the implementation of the provisions of the reservation in seven steps for the implementation of the straight line reservation.

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To include women in the merit list which reduces the number of male candidates in that category by reducing the number of male candidates in the merit list to 5% women’s reservation for women. The Gujarat High Court has given an important decision on the issue of women’s reservation. The High Court has quashed some provisions of the circular issued by the state government on 18 2018 on the issue of reservation. The High Court has upheld the appeals challenging the provisions of Circular No. 12 and 13 of the 2018 Circular. According to the resolution, a woman belonging to the reserved category is included in the merit but if she wants to seek for the women’s reserve, she can be considered in the reserved category.

The controversial circular of the government dated 1-8-18 has been quashed by the Gujarat High Court. The court has clearly pointed out that only 33 per cent of the reserve is to be given to women. It aims to include all women, including ST, SC, socially backward, in 33 per cent. The government was also given a 7-step guide to complete the entire process. The Gujarat High Court has directed to recruit according to this step in all future recruitment processes.

The High Court, for example, explained that if 100 posts were to be filled, it was reserved for 17 women in the general category, 4 women in the SC category in 100 seats, 6 women in the ST category and 7 women in the backward class. Stated for. This formula points to each recruitment.

The High Court judgment has been welcomed by Dinesh Bambhaniya. "The government had the same demand but the government did not accept our demand," said Dinesh Bambhaniya. We had to go to the High Court. However, now all the matters that have been clarified by the High Court have been clarified. We accept the judgment of the High Court.

Gujarat High Court’s major judgment Women’s Reservation case.
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It was submitted in court that this provision of the government circular was contrary to the recruitment rules. The court’s order will have a direct impact on women candidates in the open category on merit. Only count in the open category and not in the reserve category. Now men will get the same benefits of open category and reserves as now women will also get the benefits of open category and reserves.