Primary TET Scam: Pencil rigging in Primary TET interview! ED’s search for data collection! –

The entire state is in turmoil over the teacher recruitment corruption case. Investigators have started collecting sensational information one after another and evidence in its context. The 2016 primary Tate interview had already sparked controversy. The ED is investigating whether there has been fraud in the TATE interview like the number distortion in the written exam answer sheet.

According to sources, the central investigation agency initially suspected that some member of the interview board may have used a pencil while giving marks in the interview and aptitude test of the primary TATE of the service to inquire about the matter. Due to which the marks given in the examination are later changed as desired. And thus there is a strong possibility of hiring unqualified candidates through fraud. It is believed that money transactions may be behind the whole incident. Based on this hypothesis, investigators are looking to see if pencils were indeed used in interviews that year. ED suspects, there may have been mistakes in both aptitude test and interview. According to sources, the candidates who appeared in that year’s interview may also be questioned to collect information on related issues.

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Incidentally, earlier in 2016, the job seekers who appeared in the TATE interview had claimed that no aptitude test was taken in the primary TATE interview of the service. Instead of the room, the interview was conducted in the balcony. Justice Gangopadhyay asked the council to submit detailed affidavits after hearing the job seekers’ statements. After seeing the board’s affidavit in the hearing of the case, the judge observed that there was no aptitude test in 2016. Interviewers of five districts of the state have been summoned on February 21 for detailed interrogation in this regard.

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