Rajasthan government to guarantee free bus travel for REET exam candidates on Sunday – The New Indian Express
JAIPUR: The government of Rajasthan will provide free travel facilities to all applicants taking the Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test (REET) scheduled for Sunday.
He also warned that if a government employee leaked paper or made a copy, he would be fired.
More than 16 lakh candidates are expected to sit for the exam to be held in around 4,000 centers across the state.
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot chaired a high-level meeting on Thursday regarding formal preparations for the review.
During the meeting, Gehlot said free travel facilities will be provided to all applicants appearing in REET 2021.
He said that if it turns out that a government official / employee is involved in cases such as paper leaks, fictitious candidates taking the exam and copying recruitment exams, he should be removed from his post. functions.
Additionally, if the involvement of any private school staff or person associated with the school is discovered, that school’s recognition should be terminated permanently, Gehlot said.
The chief minister said the candidates’ hard work wins out whenever a document is leaked or a copy is made in a competition.
He said there should be no negligence in any examination center and asked officials to install CCTV cameras in all of these centers.
The Chief Minister appealed for cooperation from the general public to help the candidates.
Transport Minister Pratap Singh Khachariyawas said all road buses in the state would be available for free travel for applicants.
At the same time, public transport and other private buses are also organized.
He said the necessary directives have been issued to transport officers in this regard.
State Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasra said all preparations have been made by the department to conduct the review transparently.
He suggested that to prevent paper and copying leaks, there should be a total ban on carrying cell phones inside the examination center.
Particular vigilance must be maintained on the âgangsâ and the coaching centers implicated in the leaks of paper and copying.
He said that when entering the examination center, a new face mask should be made available so that copy incidents can be avoided as some candidates conceal Bluetooth devices in their masks.
Meanwhile, the railroads agreed to run 11 special trains for the applicants as requests were made for more such trains that day.