Mumbai: The Maharashtra Education Department is likely to declare the results of Maharashtra Teacher Eligibilty Test (Maha TET 2015) Paper 1 re-exam held on June 07, 2016 on its official website very soon.
The Mahat TET Paper I re-exam was conducted on June 07, 2016 from morning 10:30 to 01:00 in the afternoon. The Maharashtra Education Department published the Answer Key of the Maha TET June 2016 exam on the same day i.e. June 7 in the evening.
Maharashtra Teacher Eligibilty Test (Maha TET 2015) consisted of Paper 1 and Paper 2. While Paper 1 was cancelled after paper leak, Paper 2 was successfully held on the scheduled date and time.
Consequently, while it was decided that the Maha TET Paper 1 will be held again, the education department first released the Answer Keys of Paper 2 and later the Maha TET Paper 2 results.
The Maha TET Paper 2 results can be accessed from the MAHA TET official website: www.mahatet.in.
As and when declared, the results of MAHA TET Paper 1 June 2016 exam will also be available for download on www.mahatet.in.
Candidates should note that the education department has so far not officially confirmed any specific date for result announcement. However, since the exam procedure has been already delayed and the board has already released the Answer Keys, it is expected that the MAHA TET Paper 1 June 2016 results will be declared very soon.
The Marashtra Teacher Eligibility Test (Maha TET 2015) was held January 16, 2016. But, it was found leaked hours before the exam.
According to an official from the Maharashtra State Board of Examination, after the exam started on its scheduled 10.30 am time Saturday, it received information of the questions being circulated on social media through the messaging application Whatsapp since 8 am.
“We were informed at around 10.45 am about the alleged paper leak in Beed. Following this we initiated an inquiry and found that the question paper had indeed gone viral. The board immediately called a meeting to decide on whether a re-examination of the particular paper should be held,” said R.V. Ghodne, chairman of the board.
Soon it was learnt that question paper was also leaked in Pune, Dhule and some other towns in North Maharashtra.
Mahavir Mane, Director of Maharashtra State Council of Examination (MSCE), which conduct the examination, said, “The leak was observed in Beed, Dhule and Pune but in other parts of the state the test was conducted smoothly.”
In total 1,74,163, candidates appeared for Paper I on Saturday, he said.
Following the incident Education Minister Vinod Tawade ordered a probe, and consequently the probe report was submitted to the government. The government however is yet to take a decision whether to go-ahead with results or conduct a re-exam.
The Maharashtra TET is held in Marathi, English and Urdu three languages since 2014. It comprises of two papers. Paper I is for candidates aspiring for posts of primary teachers, whereas Paper II is for those wanting to be secondary school teachers.
As per the Right to Education Act, 2009, all states have to mandatorily conduct TET for recruitment of teachers to all types of schools. Only candidates who have qualified the TET will be eligible for teaching jobs henceforth.