03-25-2015, 03:27 PM
Shri P.I. Sabu, Director (Central & special consideration teacher eligibility test (CTET)) CBSE away trash news about missing more than 10 sheets of CTET OMR region of Delhi. Sabu admitted the error of old news print paper and Marathi language reported that they take immediate action on 22 February. He added that the end result, appropriate compensation will be given if necessary.
Sabu told India Today about zero chance of going missing OMR sheets are formatted as defined CBSE continues to reach the "zero report" mentions that all images have been scanned and lack nothing remains. The chief security officer and sends this is a valid proof to reject this news.
In order to maintain some level of surprise, the answer key was not released too soon, either. CBSE is not committed to anything. This year, the Council had raised the key images of OMR answer sheet CTET FEB 19 March 2015 together http://www.ctet.nic.in on the official website to ensure transparency in the review process.
Directed CBSE CTET 2015 February 22. Held throughout the country and abroad in which 7.64 lakh candidates were registered for Paper-I and Paper-II.