TET examinations records 90 per cent attendance in Cachar

SILCHAR, Jan 10: Teacher's Eligibility Test (TET) passed off peacefully in the Silchar and Lakhipur subdivisions of Cachar district today which recorded around 90 per cent presence of candidates in all the 12 examination centres. According toofficial sources, no untoward incident took place. Nor was there any case of expulsion on ground ofadopting unfair or foul means. In fact, the pattern of objective types of test papers provided no scope for the examinees to consult or copy from any source. It was from all reckoning a fault free and foolproof method of setting the test papers.
In Silchar subdivision, in the first session of test, 91 per cent candidates appeared while in the second session, it was 90 per cent. In the Lakhipur subdivision, the attendance was to the tune of 89.08 per cent in the first test and 89 per cent in the second. Of the 6,632 candidates sitting for the test, 6,038 were present in the morning shift and 4,345 candidates out of 4,823 appeared in the afternoon shift. The observer for the district to ensure peaceful conduct of TET was Dr Lokenath Sarma, secretary, Secondary Education Board of Assam. Deputy Commissioner Harendra Kumar Dev Mahanta, was in over all charge of supervision while Debashis Chakraborty, ADC, acted as nodal officer. Leena Das, SDO (Civil), was in-charge of Lakhipur subdivision. (SentinelAssam)

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