May I request you not to "emotionalize" the issue of adhoc'ism & adhoc'ists being given unfair treatment.
No one can snatch someone's "bread, butter, jam etc". Comn man, dont lose heart. There is hardly any opposition for regularization of adhoc docs from the beaurocrats even though they are the one responsible for this situation but just Ask yourself honestly the following:
-Did you not know clearly that the appointment was temporary in the first place and that it was devoid of some beneifts of seniority etc. that are associated with regular appintment?
-Did adhoc candidates during their period of adhoc job , not try for UPSC Exam/ Interview, whenever the seats were advertised?
As per my information I put herein some FACTS
1. No regular appointment in any Govt. job( Class I & II) can be made without facing UPSC. This is the proper method of regularization and definitely you stand a fair chance for selection.
3. The issue complicates further if you consider the following:
There are adhoc docs working since 7-8 years and there are some who are appointed just 5-6 months back. The 18th Dec 2006 cut-off date is arbritarily as decided by Delhi Govt. and defies all logic .
- What will be the seniority vis a vis regular Docs: To me this appears to be the only issue disturbing the regular colleagues. Honestly, How can a contactual/adhoc employee claim to be senior to someone who was appointed by UPSC a constitutional body created for this purpose.
-Supreme Court Decisions:
Adhoc friends are simply relying on one off incidence of a similar regularization which was made many years ago in entirely different circumstances.
There have been SERIES of Supreme Court decisions time & again, in different states of the country, by multiple judge bench, all categorically stating that Adhoc / Temporary / Contract appontments are to be regularised only through a proper selection process till their jobs get regularised .
It might be difficult for adhoc seniors to compete with freshers in UPSC exam. So rather than wanting to have cakes in mouth, both hands & feet also, wisdom should prevail amongst us & we should request Delhi Govt. to simply REGULARIZE US FROM THE PRESENT DATE WITHOUT ASKING US TO FACE ANY INTERVIEW AT ALL (even if it is a formality). This would automatically cut down the opposition from the UPSC appointed regular colleagues
And by adopting this policy, you will not lose your's & your family's bread, butter & jam.