After facing several controversies Bengal administration to conduct Teacher’s Eligibility Test soon
 Source : NewsBharati  Date : 07-Oct-2017

Kolkata, October 7: The Teacher’s Eligibility Test of West Bengal which is conducted to appoint primary school teachers have come across a lot of controversies. Since 2015 TET controversy the state has not conducted another TET. Bringing hope to youth aspiring to be teachers, the education minister of Bengal Partho Chattopadhyay assured TET will be held in this year only.


 

"The test will be held in accordance with the Centre's guidelines. Those who have not completed the teachers' training programme will not be allowed to write the TET primary this time," Partha Chatterjee said. To finalize the date of exam, he met primary education board president Manik Bhattacharya.

As per local source, 25000 vacant seats will be filled by the upcoming TET. The application process will be totally online. Last time regarding TET several controversies floated in Bengal. The rumors told TMC leaders earned a huge amount of money by promising jobs to unemployed youths.

Various cases were running against TET. Even the last TET result was published in 2016. Question papers also got leaked few times. After witnessing all these problems candidates aspiring to be teachers may feel relieved due to the announcement.