West Bengal (WBBPE) TET primary school 2015: Results declared, check now

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Following Calcutta High Court’s order, the West Bengal Board of Primary Education (WBBPE) has on September 14, that is, today published the results of Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) for recruitment of primary teachers.

“The court had earlier put a stay order on releasing the results and after the verdict came we immediately published the results,” board president Manik Bhattacharya said.

A little over 20 lakh candidates had appeared for the TET exam on October 11 last year for recruitment of around 30,000 vacancies for primary teachers in West Bengal.

The results of the examination could not be published owing to litigations by some candidates who challenged certain provisions of which one was the inclusion of non-trained candidates for teaching jobs.

Steps to check WBBPE results 2015
Visit the official websites — westbengalssc.com or wbresults.nic.in
On the homepage, click on the link ‘West Bengal TET results’
Enter the required details like roll number and ate of birth
The result will be displayed on the screen
Check and save the result

A candidate has to score qualifying marks of about 60 per cent ( 5 per cent relaxation is for SC, ST, OBC(A), OBC(B), PH and exempted category candidates and ex-servicemen as per notification) out of a total of 150 marks.

All communications regarding the results would be made in writing to the Controller of TET-Examinations-2014, West Bengal Board of Primary Education, “Acharya Prafulla Chandra Bhavan”, DK – 7/1 , Sector – II , Salt Lake, Kolkata – 700091.

Results declared but top 10 merit list missing

BHOPAL: There seems no end to controversies in Dental and Medical Admission Test (DMAT) for admission to private dental and medical colleges in the state organized by Association of Association of Private Dental Medical Colleges of Madhya Pradesh (APDMC). After failing to release scores within 15 minutes of the exams and declaring results the next day APDMC drew the ire of students on Saturday for declaring individual merit list.

Students do not know about the top ten merit holders. Besides, results of 26 students were changed after technical expert appointed by high court CL Reddy found discrepancies.

Students alleged by not declaring the top ten merit list, APDMC has again made the entire exam fishy. “An exam which was cancelled thrice in the past should have transparency. I do not understand the reason of not releasing the complete merit list. There is definitely something wrong with the entire exam system,” said a student, who preferred to remain anonymous.

Another student said, “Even scam-ridden Vyapam follow the norms of declaring top-ten merit holders. By hiding the top ten, organisers have again put a question on the sanctity of this exam.”

When contacted, technical expert, Reddy said, “I will talk to concerned authorities to declare top ten merit results as early as possible. I do not think it is a matter to hide for anyone.”

Reddy admitted there were discrepancies in the results of 26 students. “I took up the issue and it was immediately rectified. I am completely satisfied by the process followed in declaring the results,” Reddy said.

Counselling for admissions will be organised from Sunday.

APDMC has not been able to put its act together despite drawing ire of Madhya Pradesh high court before conduct of the test. And, this is despite three cancellations of DMAT.

This year, examination was scheduled for June 21. Former legislator Paras Saklecha moved high court in June, seeking cancellation of the test because candidates could apply till last moment. After the petition, APDMC postponed the test to July 12.

The July 12 exam was cancelled after high court issued directives to APDMC for scanning OMR answer-sheets of every candidate writing DMAT on July 12. APDMC said it was not possible for them to abide by the order within deadline and postponed the exam.

Again, APDMC cancelled DMAT on September 20 owing to a spate of technical breakdowns and agitations at exam centres across the country. Then it was decided the exam would be held on October 8.