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UPTET 2021 exam: Petition filed in Allahabad High Court on disputed questions

A petition has been filed in the Allahabad High Court regarding six disputed questions of Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) 2021.

In the petition, there has been a demand to give marks to the candidates who have given two correct answers to all these questions.

The Petition has been filed by Ravish Babu, Akash Sonkar, Rajkumar Yadav and others through Advocates Soumitra Dwivedi, Alok Kumar Dubey and Yatharth Nath Pathak.

The petition said that the final result of UP TET 2021 was released on April 8. After that, doubts arose among the candidates regarding the answer of six questions because two each of the answers are correct.

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The petitioners claim that the exam regulatory authority has given wrong answers to six questions in the final answer key, causing many candidates to not qualify with just 1-2 marks.

It has been said in the petition that the candidates who have answered these six questions correctly should be declared the result afresh by awarding their marks.


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