The Rajasthan second-grade teacher recruitment exam paper was leaked last month, following which the test was cancelled.
The general knowledge examination for teacher recruitment to be conducted by the Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) has been cancelled now.
Initially, managements of government-aided colleges never thought about money as their aim was imparting higher education to the masses.
Education Minister BC Nagesh said that so far 40 people, including teachers, involved in the scam have been identified.
Subires Bhattacharyya, former chairperson of the West Bengal Central School Service Commission, was called for questioning at the CBI office in Kolkata.
The state Cabinet on Friday decided to increase the upper age limit for recruitment of teachers by two years, besides decreasing the cutoff marks for eligibility by 10 per cent.
"We found cash in the apartment owned by Arpita. The process of counting the currency notes is going on," said an ED official.
The government at Centre is more dangerous than the British Raj. I don’t know how, but I can say the BJP will lose the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, she said.
Bhattacharya's residential premises was searched by the central agency's officials on July 22 and he was asked to present himself for questioning before the central agency.
The TMC said that action would be taken against Chatterjee if the court approves any evidence submitted by the Enforcement Directorate (ED).
Bengal teacher recruitment scam: TMC seeks time-bound probe in ED case against minister Partha Chatterjee
TMC spokesperson Kunal Ghosh said that the party has no connection with the woman from whose possession huge amount of cash was recovered.
His name had also cropped up in a Ponzi scheme, which was being probed by the Central Bureau of Investigation.
Chatterjee was admitted to the ICCU of the state-run SSKM Hospital hours after the senior minister was remanded to two-day ED custody by a city court.
Officials had also carried out a simultaneous raid at the residence of former chairman of West Bengal Board of Primary Education, Manik Bhattacharya, in Jadavpur area.
The bench directed that the stay granted by it on an order of Justice Abhijit Gangopadhyay that asked Partha Chatterjee to appear before the CBI by Tuesday evening will continue.
On March 7, the TRB issued an order revising the minimum qualification for B.Ed graduates to write TNTET paper- II to 45 marks from 40.
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Friday appealed to the agitators to stop the violence and also held discussion with public representatives of Dungarpur.