Reet-2021 / Now Resma is in force till 30th September if there is a strike then there will be arrest without warrant after the approval of the Chief Minister the notification of the Home Department

Zoom News : Sep 21, 2021, 01:47 PM
REIT-2021 is to be held on 26 September. Earlier, from September 20 to 30, the Home Department has declared it an essential service by imposing the Rajasthan Essential Services Maintenance Act (RESMA). After the approval of CM Ashok Gehlot, the Home Department has issued its notification. Now there will be a ban on strike in the Board of Secondary Education and the institutes affiliated to REIT.

Any kind of work boycott and strike will be considered illegal. Police can arrest those who strike and send them to jail without warrant. Meanwhile, the Board of Secondary Education has given a big relief to the candidates regarding the mistakes coming in the admit cards. Candidates will be able to make corrections by logging on to the REIT website for language, gender and photo-related error correction.

There is a lot of mistakes in the admit cards of REET. After this, the board officials swung into action and, giving relief to the candidates, they gave a chance for revision till September 21. Board President Dr. DP Jaroli said- Only one more chance has been given for amendment related to language, gender and photo. Other amendments can be done within 10 days after the examination as before. There will be no change in the exam center.

Ajmer | Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test (REET) 2021 is also expected to be a shadow after a large number of cheating gangs were caught in the recent NEET and SI recruitment exams. Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education has identified more than 44 thousand such candidates who have appeared in the examination, who have filled more than two forms. The board will make their names public after the completion of the examination. The board is assuming that it is possible that the candidates may have filled more than 2 applications at the behest of some organized gang involved in copying.

Language is also filled differently in each form.

Board President Dr. DP Jaroli said that out of more than 25 lakh applications received for REET, more than 44 thousand candidates have been marked. These candidates have applied for more than 2. There are some candidates who have made up to 6 applications. 22 applications of one candidate have come to the fore. There are also candidates who have filled different forms in different languages. Sanskrit in one and English in the other. Such candidates may be exposed by the Board after the completion of the examination.