After the leak of Uttar Pradesh Teachers Eligibility Test 2021, the state government had promised that soon the re-examination would be conducted in a fair manner. Now a new update related to Uttar Pradesh Teachers Eligibility Test 2021 has come out. It is being said that now it can be held on 23 January 2022. In this regard, a proposal has been sent to the government on behalf of the Office of the Examination Regulatory Authority. However, no official announcement has been made about it yet. Let us inform that UPTET exam was postponed on November 28 due to paper leak. After which the government was preparing to conduct the re-examination.
New exam date announced soon
The exam date will be announced as soon as the government approves the proposal sent by the Office of the Examination Regulatory Authority. Let us tell you that this time again the admit cards will be issued for the students afresh. It is being said that this time the examination centers can be reduced by 15 percent. Let us inform that after the paper leak, CM Yogi Adityanath and State Basic Education Minister Satish Dwivedi had promised to conduct the examination case again within a month. The CM had said that no fee would be charged from the students again.
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DM will check the centers
Explain that the government has directed the DM to get the centers tested at their level. Only schools of good repute should be made the centre. There may be some changes in the schools which were made centers earlier. It is worth noting that 21.65 lakh candidates are registered for the UPTET 2021 exam. The exam was being conducted at various exam centers in 75 districts of Uttar Pradesh. The exam is conducted in two shifts in which the exam timings were 10 AM to 12:30 PM for Paper 1 and 2:30 PM to 5 PM for Paper 2.
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