UP TET 2021 exam: Coronavirus infection is once again spreading in the country and the state. In such a situation, the Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (UPTET 2021) seems to be in trouble again.
In the midst of increasing cases of corona in the state, the candidates are fearing the postponement of the proposed UPTET 2021 exam on 23 January once again.
However, no official statement has come from the Education Department in this regard yet. It is worth noting that in the past, in view of the threat of Covid, CM Yogi Adityanath has ordered the closure of all the schools till 16th January across the state.
UP TET 2021 exam: Big challenge to take the exam due to Coronavirus
The Yogi government has also imposed a night curfew from 10:00 pm to 6:00 am in view of the Covid infection. In such a situation, if the UP government and the examination regulatory authority conduct the examination on January 23, then it will prove to be a big challenge.
If the cases of corona infection do not come under control, then the administration can once again extend the date of the exam. Any such update can be released on the official website uphed.gov.in. In such a situation, candidates are advised to keep visiting the website from time to time.
UP TET 2021 exam: When will the admit card be issued?
Earlier, UPTET 2021 was to be held on 28 November 2021, but the exam was canceled due to a paper leak. After January 23, the new date of examination was announced. The admit card of the re-examination will be sent to the candidates afresh.
Candidates will have to download the new admit card (UPTET Admit Card). The old admit card will not be valid.
Candidates will not be allowed to enter the examination center with an old admit card. Apart from this, this time the examination centers can be reduced by 15 percent.
Admit card for UPTET 2021 will be issued on 12 January 2022.
More than 20 lakh people had registered:
21.65 lakh candidates are registered for the UPTET 2021 exam. This examination was being conducted at various examination centers in 75 districts of Uttar Pradesh.
The exam, which was to be held on November 28, was scheduled from 10 am to 12:30 pm for paper 1 and from 2:30 pm to 5 pm for paper 2, but due to paper leaks. The exam was canceled shortly after the start of the first shift.