Rajkumar Paswan vs University Of Delhi on 23 November, 2016

2. A reading of the writ petition shows that the petitioner was appointed

as a contractual employee for a contractual period. This is also found in the

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impugned order passed by the respondent on 10.12.2015. In fact, the order

dated 10.12.2015 noted that petitioner was appointed to the post of Junior

Engineer (Mechanical) but no such post existed. Admittedly, the petitioner

was appointed for a contractual period which has ended on 31.3.2014. An

ex-post factor approval to the engagement of the petitioner was granted for a

limited contractual period from 2.1.2014 to 31.3.2014.

3. Once a contractual employee’s contractual period comes to an end,

and more so when the post itself to which the petitioner was appointed was

a non-existent post, there therefore does not arise any occasion to continue

such contractual appointment whose period has come to an end and, more so

because even as of today there is no post of Junior Engineer (Mechanical).

Source: Indian Kanoon

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