Kolkata: The Primary Teachers’ Council was accused of publishing wrong questions in
2015’s TET examination. Viswa Bharati will check whether those questions were actually wrong or not.
Justice Samapti Chatterjee of the Calcutta High Court instructed the Viswa Bharati
Vice-Chancellor or on Friday to set up a committee to look into the matter.
Few examinees had filed a case in the high court accusing that wrong questions were
asked in the TET examination. According to the statement in the case, the Primary
Teachers’ Council had published an advertisement in 2014 for recruitment to the
class 1 to 5. The exam took place on 11th October 2015 where at least 30 lakhs had
appeared for the examination. The exam was on 150 marks.
At the end of the exam, a large number of sudents said that atleast 11 questions are wrong. 500 students filed a case with the court in 2017. The hearing went on for one year. Petitioner’s lawyers Bikash Ranjan Bhattacharya and Vikram Chatterjee told the court that, why will the examinees suffer for wrong questions. They questioned as to why will the students not be given 11 marks.