Court was concerned with a case where applications were invited for appointment to the post of Lecturer in MCA, from candidates holding a post graduate degree in the “relevant subject”. As a matter of fact, this Court found that candidates with Masters’ degree in Computer Applications were available, but a candidate with Masters’ degree in Mathematics was selected. This Court found fault with the decision of the Board of Appointment in selecting the candidate with a Master’s degree in Mathematics with a flawed reasoning that Mathematics is one of the subjects taught in MCA.
Ganapath Singh Gangaram Singh Rajput v. Gulbarga University, (2014) 3 SCC 767
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