Lucknow:A new date for uttar pradesh teacher eligibility test (UPTET) has been announced. The exam will now be held on December 26. State that the examination of the UPTET was postponed due to leakage of paper. This was followed by a month's examination, which has led to the announcement of dates today. About 13 lakh candidates had applied to appear for the UPTET examination.
According to reports, the paper was leaked on whatsapp group in Mathura, Ghaziabad, Bulandshahr. Cm Yogi Adityanath had then directed the exam to be conducted within a month after which it was said that the dates would be announced soon. UPTET it has been decided to conduct the 2021 examination on December 26. Due to the examination postponed after the paper was leaked, it was also stated that no fee would be charged again. On the other hand, an important information has come to light in the uttar pradesh teacher eligibility test (UPTET) paper leak case.
Sources said the UPTET paper was leaked on Saturday night itself, a day before the exam. It is also being reported that the paper was printed in Delhi. It is feared that the paper was leaked before it was deposited in the Treasury. Sources close to the investigation into the case said the paper had reached the Solver gang only at 12 pm on Saturday. The agency conducting the exam was also replaced this time so that the paper was not leaked. However, even after that the paper was leaked.