Lucknow:  If the Uttar Pradesh government decides not to cancel the TET exams, it will find difficulty to answer several questions of the successful candidates.

Candidates come from all over the state raise questions that where do we go after all. This is the last door for our hopes’.

Candidates who had appeared in examination are between the age of 30 to 35 years. They come from village background. Out of 11 lakh candidates appeared for November examination, 2 70 000 candidates got qualified.

Since government had decided to appoint the successful candidates on the basis of merit only, they felt their dream got realised.

Meanwhile, in a shocking revelation it was said that the then Director Sanjay Mohan took bribe in getting passed the students. On the basis of merit, it became clear that who will get the job and who will not.

Now, candidates fear that government may change its decision to appoint candidates qualified  on the basis of merit as the decision were taken under BSP regime.

Farrukhabad resident Divesh says if merit list is prepared on the basis of marks, the candidates belonging to village will be sidelined as they hardly had got 60 percent marks in UP Board before 2002.


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