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How important is it to fill the Supreme Court vacancy?
Important to whom? To conservatives it's very important. It won't quite cement their control of the court. They’ll be replacing Scalia, a far right justice, with another. for liberals the 4–4 situation means the lower courts‡ decision will stand, which may be good or bad from their point of view, but which will gave an impact limited to one Circuit and will prevent a conservative Court from making bad law. The next replacement, probably Ginsberg, Breyer, or Kennedy, will be the important one.
What is the total number of vacancies to be filled up through the SSC MTS 2019?
The Official Notification seeking applications for SSC MTS Examination 2021 as uploaded by SSC is given below:- candidates for SSC MTS Examination must go through the Notification very carefully.Tier 1 Examination will be held between 02.08.2021 to 06.09.2019.Tier-2 Examination (Descriptive Type) will be held on 17.11.2021 (Tentatively).Para 2 of the said Notification (Page 1) clearly states: “Vacancies will be determined in due course. Updated vacancies will be uploaded on the website of the Commission from time to time (’s Corner- Tentative Vacancy).”This means that the total number of vacancy has not been firmed up till now. It will be done only after 01.07.2021 (as this is the examination for the year 2019).
How do I fill out the DL number if I lost my licence and don't know what it is?
Contact your local DMV to have a new one sent to you ASAP. It is illegal to drive without one. When you go to your state’s drivers‡ license division website to have a duplicate made, it’s possible they may give you something to print out with your DL number.
Why Ira Singhal and few other IAS officers of 2021 batch were allocated home cadre when there was no vacancy in their respective home cadre that year?
Thanks for A2A! The “particular” answer of this question will be a too much cumbersome and complex process, even no one can give you its “exact” answer except The Court yet I’ll try to make you understand how the cadre allocation process lends a candidate in home state or outside.You must be aware of the famous Puneet Agarwal case? Well it was Puneet Agarwal vs Union Of India & Ors. (Download Link of the report)He was an IAS officer of 1998 batch and had secured 5th Rank in CSE-1997. (Ref. Page 1, Section 1 of Report attached.)His (petitioner) home state was U.P. (Ref. page 4, section 8.) but was allocated to Manipur - Tripura joint cadre.During the cadre allocation of CSE-1997, these were groups in which states were divided, *(P3, S5) // {*further in this context P will define Page number and S will define Section number on that page from this report attahed.}Group I : Andhra Pradesh, Assam-Meghalaya, Bihar and Gujarat. Group II : Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Karnataka, Kerala and Madhya Pradesh. Group III : Manipur-Tripura, Nagaland, Orrisa, Punjab, Rajasthan and Sikkim. Group IV : Tamilnadu, Union Territory, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal. Twist- For the Civil Services Examination (CSE) 1997, the cadre allotment started from Group II States. (P3, S6).The candidates who grabbed 1st, 2nd and 3rd rank were from UP and they had filled UP as their first preference but since there was no insider General Vacancy in UP thus they were allotted HP, J&K and Karnataka respectively. Next available state was Kerala in Group II. Here comes a role of Shri Ashok B, AIR 23, an OBC Category candidate but filled the form through General category, home state Kerala. (P4, S7)Now let’s see what was the vacancy status in Kerala. Two vacancies, one insider OBC and one outsider General.The plea of Puneet was that, he was allocated General Outsider Manipur-Tripura Joint Cadre and Shri Ashok B was allocated the OBC insider Kerala Cadre even Ashok B didn’t apply for CSE through OBC yet he had snatched OBC insider of Kerala. So Puneet has said that if Ashok was not appointed in Kerala then Rajeev Kumar Mittal ( who was allotted Maharashtra) could get Kerala and thus Puneet could get Maharashtra instead of TR. But the Central Administrative Tribunal, in justification of Ashok’s allocation, said that since Ashok was the only candidate from Kerala who cleared CSE-1997 and since he was a candidate who belonged to OBC category and this made him the only eligible candidate to be considered against the insider vacancy in that cadre.The final statement by Tribunal on the petition was,“We may examine the question from another angle. A selected candidate has a right to be considered for appointment to the IAS but he has no such right to be allocated to a cadre of his choice or to his home State. Allotment of cadre is an incident of service."Interesting? I’ll recommend you to read the whole report, it’ll open your eyes.Now coming to the cadre allocation of CSE-2014.For your help, here’s the list of Complete Cadre Allocation of CSE-2021 and here’s the Cadrewise Categorywise Vacancies in IAS (CSE-2014).The final result of CSE-2021 was announced on 4th July 2021 and the document containing Category-wise Distribution of Vacancies to be filled in IAS on the basis of CSE-2021 was circulated by Ministry of Personnel & Public Grievance & Pensions on 29th July 2021. (Download the document here.)So let’s take a simple example to understand this complex structure, take a state Rajasthan. (Refer the picture provided here)General: Insider seats-0 , Outsider-3OBC: In-1 , Out-3SC: In-1, Out-0ST: In-0, Out-0But final allotment was this in the list provided above (Complete Cadre Allocation of CSE-2014), Rajasthan,General Outsider: 2 Seats (Rank 12, 13)OBC Insider: 1 Seat (Rank 163)OBC Outsider: 4 Seats (Rank 7, 28, 149, 242)SC Insider:1 Seat (Rank 583)Now you must be wondering why was that General outsider seat was given to an OBC outsider? I’ll come to my observation but before that read this Cadre Allotment Policy (download here) which was used till CSE-2021 (a new cadre allocation policy has been in action since 23 August 2017), the point number 9 states that,“If a general candidate is not available to fill general insider vacancy then it is filled by an insider SC/ST candidate provided there is an SC/ST outsider vacancy available in that cadre to facilitate exchange. If SC/ST insider candidate is not available or SC/ST outsider vacancy is not available in that cadre then the general vacancy is filled by insider OBC candidate with the same condition that there must be an outsider OBC vacancy to facilitate the exchange. Similarly, the insider OBC vacancy, if not filled due to non-availability of insider OBC candidate is first filled by an insider SC/ST candidate and then by insider general candidate with the same conditions. An unfilled insider SC/ST vacancy is first filled by insider OBC candidate and then by a general insider candidate with the same conditions.”The same procedure is used to fill an empty outsider vacancy.Now my observation regarding that transfer of one seat from Gen Out to OBC Out,I went through the list to search for the possibility of a candidate filling Rajasthan as 2nd/3rd choice. We can assume that only a person living in the states near Rajasthan will prefer Rajasthan after his home state. So after searching the whole list the thing I learned is that in the General Category almost everyone in the near states of Rajasthan has got their respective insider seats except 2–3 candidates who were allotted States other than Rajasthan then I think they might have filled that state after their home state. So it leads us that there was no available General candidate to fill the General outsider seat.Now to fill that general outsider seat, they must first allot that seat to an outer SC/ST candidate and if that candidate too is not available then that seat would go to OBC outsider.To see the possibility of an SC/ST candidate, I again looked up in the list, read their home states and allotted states as well as their ranks then I got to know that almost all the SC/ST candidates were allotted their home states except some. These some were allotted different states which were near to their home state and also their home state was nowhere close to Rajasthan, you can observe that fact in the list. So this leaves us with the thing that there’s no SC/ST candidate available to fill that General outsider seat.Now we look for an outsider OBC candidate for that seat. Again look closely in the list, and we see some interesting observations which I’ll further classify,Rank 4,5,6,10,18,32,99,164 got their respective home states and 7,28,149 got Rajasthan (the 3 out of 3 seats which were originally in outsider OBC quota)Rank 69,80,82,93,116,121,152,165,172,175,210,220 they got the states near to their home states that means they had preferred the states they got than Rajasthan.The Rank 167 OBC person of Rajasthan got Gujarat because OBC insider in Rajasthan was already filled by a person Ranked above him i.e. Rank 163.Now we still haven’t found the correct available OBC person till 220 Rank so we continue our search and we see that a 242 Ranked IAS officer whose home state is Haryana and has succeeded in becoming our available person for the post. So we stop this searching algorithm now and appoint him on the place because he must have filled Rajasthan in his preference list.Hope I could simplify this complex for you but that’s not just it.Question arises: If an OBC of same state was appointed in his state (in case of Puneet Agarwal) because of the reasons stated in above section then why couldn’t the Tribunal just appoint an General/OBC/SC/ST insider on that General outsider post in Rajasthan?Answer: “We may examine the question from another angle. A selected candidate has a right to be considered for appointment to the IAS but he has no such right to be allocated to a cadre of his choice or to his home State. Allotment of cadre is an incident of service."In short, its pure luck.Want to know why Tina Dabi who got 1st Rank couldn’t get her preferred cadre i.e. her home state Haryana?Since Haryana had only two vacancies and that too for ST only but Tina belonged to SC hence she was not allotted her home state and was allotted Rajastahn. Read the whole article here by HindustanTimes here about cadre allocation of Tina Dabi, her husband Athar Aamir Ul Shafi Khan and the third topper Jasmeet Singh Sandhu. All these 3 candidates were allotted Rajasthan cadre.What do we learn?There’s no guarantee even with a good rank.Cadre allocation is a complex process.How much your caste matters!If you want to do some research by yourself then just compare the tables in useful links provided in the end, No 1 and No 4. Good luck !Happy Reading.Useful Links.CSE Candidates' Information CentralCSE Candidates' Information CentralCivil List of IAS OfficersCSE Candidates' Information Central
Can you add 5 odd numbers to get 30?
It is 7,9 + 9,1 + 1 + 3 + 9 = 30Wish you can find the 7,9 and 9,1 in the list of1,3,5,   7,9    ,11,13,151,3,5,7,      9,1    1,13,15