Calcutta High Court

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The Calcutta High Court on Friday gave a big order in the teacher scam case in West Bengal. While hearing the matter, the Calcutta High Court has ordered the publication of the merit list of 59,000 primary teachers recruited in two batches through TET by November 30.

It is noteworthy that in the year 2014, 23 lakhs had applied for TET. Out of them 21 lakh candidates had given the exam. Of those who passed, 59,000 were appointed. It is alleged that there was corruption in that appointment. This appointment was done in two phases.

First in 2016 and second in 2020. About 59,000 primary teachers were appointed in two phases. The court has ordered to publish the complete merit list with all the information of those teachers. In this, the Board of Primary Education will have to provide all the information including the marks obtained in the written and oral examination, their educational qualification.

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The Calcutta High Court on Friday gave a big order in the teacher scam case in West Bengal. While hearing the matter, the Calcutta High Court has ordered the publication of the merit list of 59,000 primary teachers recruited in two batches through TET by November 30.

It is noteworthy that in the year 2014, 23 lakhs had applied for TET. Out of them 21 lakh candidates had given the exam. Of those who passed, 59,000 were appointed. It is alleged that there was corruption in that appointment. This appointment was done in two phases.

First in 2016 and second in 2020. About 59,000 primary teachers were appointed in two phases. The court has ordered to publish the complete merit list with all the information of those teachers. In this, the Board of Primary Education will have to provide all the information including the marks obtained in the written and oral examination, their educational qualification.

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