TET: Question Papers Swapped in Yadgir

Published: 28th September 2015 04:53 AM  |   Last Updated: 28th September 2015 04:53 AM   |  A+A-

BENGALURU: The Teacher’s Eligibility Test (TET) held across the State on Sunday went on smoothly, save for a minor goof-up in Yadgir district.

About 300 students appearing for the exam at Jawahar ITI College in Yadgir were distributed a wrong set of question papers in the afternoon session.

The candidates appearing for social science examination were given a science question papers and vice versa, leading to confusion, said Commissioner of the Department of Public Instruction K S Sathyamurthy.

A preliminary report regarding the incident has been sought from the Deputy Director of Public Instruction, Yadgir, he added.

Once the report is given, the Primary and Secondary Education Minister and principal secretary to the Department will be briefed about the incident, said Sathyamurthy.

To a question on conducting re-examination, he said that a decision on the matter will be taken at the government level soon.

About 2.98 lakh candidates had enrolled for the test from across the state.

Examinations were held in 591 centres in 34 educational districts.

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