REET Exam 2021: While announcing the cancellation of the Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test (REET) Level 2 examination, the Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Ashok Jhlot, said on Monday that this examination will now be taken again. Jahlout made the announcement amid the investigation into the leaking of the RET exam paper. Speaking to reporters after a cabinet meeting at his residence, Gehlot said: “Today we made a decision to cancel the REET Level 2 exam. The Level 2 exam will be canceled and a new one will be introduced.
Besides, he said that the old system of Government of India for REET gives the basic examination first and then the main examination. At the same time, Gehlot said, “The number of appointments to be made through REIT will be increased from 32,000 to 62,000. These include both Tier 1 and Tier 2.” He said the state government will institute strict law in the association to prevent paper and transcript leaks in competitive exams.
Gehlot wrote on Twitter, “The decision to cancel the REET Level 2 exam was made at the Cabinet meeting held at the Cabinet headquarters. The Level 1 process will continue as before. Now a total of 62,000 jobs will be assigned to both levels. SOG is investigating inconsistencies,” Gehlot wrote on Twitter. On the REET test, our government will ensure justice for young people by punishing every sinner.
The Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test (REET) was conducted on 26th September for about 31,000 teachers of Class Three in Rajasthan. For teachers of two levels, this test was conducted in two different periods where in total more than 20 lakh candidates appeared in one day. However, due to a Level 2 paper leak, the screening procedure has become a subject of controversy, which SOG is investigating.