16 lakh candidates will appear for REET exam today
REET 2021: The state government has made many preparations and announcements regarding the Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test (REET). Free travel facility has been given to the students.
REET 2021: Preparation for Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test (REET) has been completed. Today 16 lakh 51 thousand 812 candidates will appear in the REET exam. At the same time, 25 lakh 25 thousand 522 are registered for the examination of both the shifts. The state government has made many preparations and announcements regarding the examination.
On behalf of the state government, the candidates are allowed to travel free of cost in government roadways buses as well as private buses to reach the examination center, postponement of all university examinations of all the state universities on this date and to prevent cheating during the examination. Includes special arrangements for
Chief Minister gave information
On 23 September 2021, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, while sharing the information about several decisions taken by the state government for the REET examination, said, “Free travel facility to all the candidates appearing in Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test (REET) 2021 will be made available. He instructed that apart from the roadways buses, by arranging sufficient number of private buses, all the candidates should be given free travel facility. If any government officer-employee is found to be involved in such cases as paper leaks, dummy candidates and copying in recruitment examinations, he should be dismissed from service.
- Exemption for candidates to travel free of cost by private buses in sufficient number.
- Employees involved in copying, paper leak or any illegal activity related to examination will be dismissed. Also, the recognition of the institute will be canceled forever.
- There will be CCTV cameras at the examination centres.
- No officer or employee involved in the process shall use the mobile phone till the REET question paper reaches the candidate from the printing press. Also, the process will be videographed.
- Masks will be provided to the candidates at the examination centres. Candidates will not be able to carry their mask inside the examination centre.
- The intelligence is keeping a close watch on the suspects who are involved in illegal activities regarding the paper. They can also be taken into custody if needed.
- Temporary bus stands will be made in big cities so that the candidates do not face any inconvenience in traffic.
- Additional police force will be created to maintain traffic and law and order.
- The administration has been directed to help women, disabled and needy candidates with sensitivity.
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