DHARWAD: Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) was held across the state on Sunday (February 3). Some of the candidates who appeared for the test, have strongly suspected that the question paper was leaded in Dharwad, reports Deccan Herald.
“Question papers were sold for Rs. 5,000 to Rs. 6,000 hours before the examination on Sunday at a Kalyan Nagar area,” a few students told the English daily.
However, DDPI RS Mullur told DH “the TET question papers were not leaked and no complaint was received.”