Just days before the 2021 Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (UPTET) scheduled for January 23, the government of Uttar Pradesh has announced that candidates who are Covid positive and willing to take the UPTET will be allowed to take the exam.
In this regard, the UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has asked officials to make arrangements to admit candidates who have tested positive for COVID-19. The CM has asked the officials to prepare for the medical outreach and set up a COVID care center at each exam center.
Read also| 2021 The year of cheating: is India ready for a 2022 grading system revolution?
23 जनवरी को शिक्षक पात्रता परीक्षा (TET) के व्यवस्थित आयोजन के लिए सभी तैयारियों की परख कर ली जाए।यदि कोई कोविड पॉजिटिव परीक्षा देने का इच्छुक है उसके लिए लिए कक्ष की व्यवस्था दी जाए।
— CM Office, GoUP (@CMOfficeUP) January 20, 2022
“To ensure that the aptitude test for teachers is fair, all necessary security measures must be taken. Incidents like paper leakage will not be acceptable at all. For any disturbance or untoward incident, the DM, BSA, who is in charge of the examination center, will all be held responsible,” the CM’s office tweeted.
The UPTET 2021 exam was originally scheduled for November 28, but due to a paper leak on the same day of the exam, it was canceled immediately. This time, stricter agreements have been made to ensure that such a problem does not repeat itself this time. The paper leak caused a lot of damage to the security system during the exam. Some exam locations have also changed this time.
Read all the Latest News, Breaking News and Coronavirus News here.