Friday , June 14 2024

The fate of Maharashtra TET exam will cost the lives of the candidates

Mumbai: Maharashtra Teacher Eligibility Test 2024 exam to be held this month has been postponed due to some technical reasons. This examination conducted by Maharashtra State Council of Examination (MSCE) can now be conducted in April.

According to officials concerned, the state government had received a complaint letter from the council regarding challenges in conducting the examination in Marathi, English and Urdu languages. The state government wants to conduct TET exam twice a year.

The exam was to be held in February. Whose applications have been accepted by the Education Department. However, the exam has now had to be postponed as technical glitches have emerged regarding the exam being conducted in three different mediums. At present, efforts are going on to resolve this issue.

It is noteworthy that Tukaram Supe was arrested by the Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) in December 2021. He misused his position as MSCE Chairman and Commissioner to commit malpractices in the TET examination held in January 2020.