TET Exam Scam: The reach of TET scam is huge! 7800 students bogusly qualified, action ordered

Maharashtra TET Exam Scam : in the state Teacher Eligibility Test (TET Exam Scam) is increasing. It is likely that 1.5 to 2 lakh rupees were taken from 7 thousand 880 candidates each for passing the examination. Hence, the scope of this misappropriation can be huge.  In the investigation of Pune Cyber ​​Police (Pune Cyber ​​Police) it was revealed that as many as 7800 students were qualified in bogus manner in the TET i.e. Teacher Eligibility Test held in the year 2019. Maharashtra State Education Council has announced the names of these 7800 bogus teachers and the list will be sent to the education authorities of every district in the state. These 7800 students will be disqualified and their certificates will be cancelled.  

Along with this, they have been barred from giving the Teacher Eligibility Test from now on. Out of these 7800  students who have qualified by bogus way, those employed as teachers will be searched. These teachers working as teachers will be dismissed from service. Such instructions have been issued by the Director of Education. 

16 thousand 705 students appeared in TET exam in 2019. Out of them 7800 students passed the examination after paying money. Therefore, now the teachers who are employed in different cities and villages of the state by bogus recruitment are in trouble.

Like 2019, the TET exam conducted in 2018 also revealed that there was malpractice and Pune Cyber ​​Police is also investigating it.  Similarly, the certificates of all the teachers who passed the Teacher Eligibility Test from 2013 will be verified.

In the TET scam, the police have arrested many people including the former Chairman of the Education Council Tukaram Supe, the former Commissioner of the Education Council Sukhdev Dhere and the head of GA Technology Company, Pritesh Deshmukh, who is responsible for conducting the TET examination.  While investigating the paper leak in the recruitment examination in the health department of the state Pune Cyber ​​Police learned that the MHADA exam paper was cracked. While investigating the MHADA paper leak, it was revealed that there was malpractice in the TET examination.  In the 2018 exam also, there is a possibility of disqualification of the same number of candidates. 

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