Kolkata: After the TET examination which was slated to be held on Sunday 30 August was rescheduled to October 4, the officials of the state government will be holding a meeting on Monday at Nabanna to decide whether it will be possible for the government to conduct the examinations peacefully on October 4.
It is to be noted that on October 3, elections will be held at some of the municipalities of the state. It is to be decided whether the examinations can be held on that day held on the next day or not. The meeting has been called by Home Secretary Basudeb Banerjee. The opinion of the District Magistrates will be taken through video conferencing.
The examination was rescheduled by Education Minister Partha Chatterjee after there were reports that the question papers of the examination were missing. Even the opposition parties raised questions over the examinations being held on the day after the elections.
On the other hand, 10 more competitive examinations are also scheduled to be held on 4 October. The arrangement of security for both the days will also be a tough job for the government. According to the officials, if one candidate of the TET examination had applied for another exam scheduled to be held on the same day, then he would be barred from appearing in the examination.