Tezpur: For smooth conduct of the Teachers’ Eligibility Test (Primary and Upper Primary) examination, 2019, to be held on November 10, the district administration has informed that candidates will not be allowed to carry any electronic communication device including mobile phones, pagers, Bluetooth, earphones, and tablets.
Moreover, calculators, books, scale or drawing instruments, bags, and water bottles will also not be allowed inside the examination hall. There will be no provisions for the safe custody of these devices at the exam centres and candidates carrying such devices will be solely responsible for their safety.
A meeting to review the preparations for the TET examination was held recently in the conference hall of the Deputy Commissioner’s office under the chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner Manvendra Pratap Singh. District Development Commissioner Farouk Alam and other senior district administration officials were also present in the meeting.
The Deputy Commissioner asked all education department officials to ensure smooth and proper conduct of the examinations after reviewing the preparations. He asked the police to deploy adequate security personnel and ensure frisking arrangements at the entry point of each exam centre and escort party during transit of exam materials. Deputy Commissioner Manvendra Pratap Singh also directed the issue of an order U/S 144 CrPC in and around the exam centres as per TET guidelines to ensure smooth conduct of the examination.