Re-examination demanded by TET Candidates
Candidates who appeared for the first-ever state Teacher
Eligibility Test (TET) on December 15, have blamed the Maharashtra State Council
of Examination and the state education department for asking "out of syllabus
and tough questions".
Teachers have said that they had demanded an exam syllabus on the day the date
of the examination was declared. However, the syllabus was not declared leading
to confusion among the aspirants about how much to study.
Shaikh Zamir Raza, a candidate, said, "Paper I (Urdu
language) had at least 21 questions that did not have correct options. The
problems were similar with paper II. Most of the questions lost meaning when
translated from Marathi to Urdu. We were unable to understand the questions."
Another candidate, Yasmin Hamdi, said, "With wrong options given for many
questions, we wasted too much time thinking for answers."
Courtesy : The Times of India