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REET: Strictly to stop copying, slippers removed, full sleeves of clothes cut

REET exam in Rajasthan has been conducted on Sunday i.e. today. The exam has started from 10 am today. The officials are making all necessary arrangements to prevent cheating in the examination. In view of the examination, mobile internet and SMS service has been stopped for 12 hours in 16 districts of Rajasthan today. Officials have said that this step has been taken to prevent cheating in the examination. Apart from this, the Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education is constantly monitoring the examination centers through CCTV. Let us tell you that REET is an exam given to select government teachers in Rajasthan.

Students upset due to strict checking

Now some pictures of students checking in from the exam center are coming out in which candidates have to go through strict monitoring before the exam. The sleeves of the students who were wearing full-sleeved clothes were cut in half and this work was done by the women police stationed at the centres. During the strict checking during the entry of the candidates in the district, the hand-tied rakhi and other similar items were removed. Full-sleeved kurtas and tops of female candidates were also cut in half. Apart from this, the chain worn around the neck and even the earrings were removed.

Also read: REET 2021: Rajasthan government made arrangements for REET exam, see necessary instructions for candidates

Parents protested for removing slippers

There were also reports of clashes between students’ parents and police at several examination centres. Even after taking off the slippers, the examinees started getting entangled with the police. Kotwal Udai Singh reached the spot and pacified the matter. Many candidates and parents protested against the cutting of arms, but no one listened. It is worth noting that in the highly competitive Rajasthan Eligibility Test for Teachers or REET, around 16 lakh students are appearing for 31,000 posts in government schools. Internet services are suspended in Jaipur, Udaipur, Bhilwara, Alwar, Bikaner, Dausa, Chittorgarh, Barmer, Tonk, Ajmer, Nagaur, Sawai Madhopur, Kota, Bundi and Jhalawar and Sikar.

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