UP Government has thwarted all the speculations of conducting the UPTET 2021 re-exam on December 26, 2021. A lot of media tabloids were reporting that the re-exam for TET, UP is scheduled to be held on December 26. However, today, the government has released a statement that no dates have been finalized for the examination as of now.
Yesterday, the authorities had canceled the UP TET 2021 exam citing some “unavoidable reasons”. However, a lot of media reports alleged that the UPTET paper was leaked over WhatsApp groups. Certain miscreants were also reportedly apprehended in this regard. The incident was initially reported by UP STF after which the examination was canceled midway. A police probe has also been launched to nab the perpetrators but the board has not yet accepted these claims.
Now, the state government has announced that the re-exam for UPTET will be conducted soon and has advised candidates to stay away from any kind of rumors or speculations. The authorities have also announced that candidates are supposed to re-register for the re-examination, however, no application fee has to be paid this time. The revised schedule of the UPTET 2021 exam along with a fresh admit card is expected to be released soon. Candidates are advised to keep a tab on the official website.
A similar incident was reported with the CTET 2021 examination in January this year. It was alleged that the question paper was leaked over WhatsApp. However, CBSE did not accept any of the allegations and it conducted the examination on the designated dates. The CBSE has even released the results for CTET 2021 examination January session.
As of now, the board has completed the application form filling formalities for the upcoming CTET 2021. CTET examination is scheduled to be held from December 16 to January 13, 2022, in two shifts. Whereas the admit card for the examination are been expected to be released by the first week of December 2021.
CBSE has introduced a lot of changes in the CTET exam from this year onwards like conducting it in the online computer-based mode. This has been introduced to curb these paper leak activities in the examination and abide by the National Education Policy 2.0 released by the central government earlier this year.