Over 15 lakh candidates were set to appear in Teacher Eligibility Test that had to be held in two shifts.
Corruption in recruitment has become identity of BJP government: Priyanka Gandhi on UPTET paper leak
The UPTET examination scheduled to be held on Sunday has been cancelled following the leakage of its question paper.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said the culprits will be booked under the National Security Act and Gangster Act.
More than 19.99 lakh candidates were to appear for the Uttar Pradesh Teachers Eligibility Test.
Using that picture, the BJP demanded the resignation of Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasra and also the cancellation of the REET exam.
The move comes after the wife of a police constable was given the REET examination paper almost an hour before the test began last Sunday.
Real-life 'Munna Bhai': Six medical students held for taking NEET exam on behalf of weaker candidates
The kingpin of this gang is one Rajan Rajguru, who was the second topper of the Rajasthan Pre-Medical Examination in the year 2010.
DCP Richa Tomar said that Rajasthan Institute of Engineering and Technology (RIET) was the examination centre of NEET.
Seven more people were arrested in connection with the paper leak case, a Haryana police statement said.
The Pune police has so far arrested nine people, including two Major and one Lieutenant Colonel-rank officers, in connection with the case.
He went into hiding as the CID had intensified its probe. According to reports, he owns a chain of luxury hotels, tea gardens, 100 bighas of land, a couple of flats, etc.
CBSE row: Kerala student who claims to have received old question paper brought pre-written script for Maths exam
An inquiry by CBSE found the Class X student, who alleged she was given a two-year-old question paper, was carrying a pre-written question paper and she copied the same thing on the answer script.
Looking back at the CBSE paper leak controversy, school education secretary Anil Swarup tells Sumi Sukanya Dutta that rather than boot out the chairperson, she should be given a chance to fix loophole
On Sunday, two teachers of a private school - Rishabh and Rohit - along with a tutor of a coaching centre, Touqeer were arrested for their alleged involvement in leaking class 12 Economics paper.
K S Rana was required to oversee that seals of question papers which reached the centre in the morning on the day of the examination were intact till the specified time.