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Report No. 80

2.8. Effect of wrong appointment.-

The effect of wrong or improper appointment is felt not only for the time being; its repercussions are felt long thereafter. It also quite often has the effect of dissuading other suitable persons from subsequently accepting offers for appointment. It, therefore, becomes, essential to eliminate, as far as possible, the chances of favouritism and plug other loopholes with a view to ensure that in future persons of the right calibre are appointed and that the consideration which might weigh should be of merit alone.

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