CTET 2024 exam was conducted yesterday across the country. Many solvers from different places have been caught in this examination. Solver Gang was also active in Prayaraj in the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET). Two solvers were caught in biometric checking by setting up and taking the exam in place of the other. Of these, a case has been registered against one by Civil Lines and against the other by Naini Police. Both the candidates are wanted by the police. Civil Lines Police said that Abhishek Kumar Patel of Koraon had come to give the paper in place of Rohit Kesarwani of Shankargarh in the Central Teacher Eligibility Test at Rani Revati Devi Inter College. He had also got a fake Aadhaar card made in the name of Rohit. When biometric verification was done during the examination, there was no match. After this, he was thoroughly examined again. During this time, when Abhishek’s fraud came to light, he was handed over to the police. Civil Lines Police arrested Abhishek. Police have registered a case against both Abhishek and Rohit under the sections of Examination Act and fraud. Abhishek, who was caught during initial interrogation, said that Rohit had helped him financially in his coaching fees. To repay the favor he had come to appear for the exam. However, the police say that investigation will be done with the help of surveillance.
On the other hand, Vivek Kumar, a resident of Azamgarh, was caught during biometric testing at Semstar Global School, Naini. He had come to examine Ranvijay Singh of Jaunpur. The examination had started. During this time, for verification, Chandan Bhardwaj of the investigation team caught Vivek on the basis of suspicion that his biometrics did not match. During interrogation, he admitted that he had come to take the exam in place of Ranvijay. During this time Ranvijay ran away from outside the college. Naini police have registered a case and are searching for Ranvijay. Earlier, two candidates were caught cheating through Bluetooth in the APS exam.
Ghazipur: Salwar caught in CTET, case registered
CTET examination was conducted on Sunday at 62 centers in the district under tight security arrangements. During the examination, a solver, who was appearing in place of another in CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) at Crescent Covent School, Dildanagar, was caught during biometric matching. He was identified as Brijesh Singh of Zamaniya Kotwali area. School headmaster Abdul Kalam informed the police of Dildar Nagar police station and got him arrested. A complaint was also lodged against him and a case was registered.
A total of 27 thousand 180 candidates were registered in the first shift of CTET exam. In which 24 thousand 683 candidates were present, while 2497 candidates were absent. Whereas 15 thousand 345 candidates were registered in the second shift examination. In which 13 thousand 798 candidates were present, while 1547 were absent. To make the examination free from cheating, policemen were deployed at every center from security point of view. Before entering the campus, biometrics was imposed after thorough search of the candidates. Only after which entry into the premises was given. City Coordinator and Shahfaiz School Ikramul Haq said that the examination was completed safely. Brijesh Singh, a resident of Gaighat in Zamanian Kotwali area, has been caught giving the exam in place of Chandra Bhushan Pandey, a resident of Sherpur in Gram Panchayat Phuli, at Crescent Covent School in Dildarnagar. A case has been registered against this in the police station.
Salver caught through biometric attendance
During the Central Teacher Eligibility Test, Salwar entered the center by applying biometrics. But when the biometrics were matched, the solver was caught. His face was also tampered with the photo on the admit card. During police interrogation, he revealed his name as Brijesh Singh, resident of Gaighat in Zamaniya Kotwali area. He told that they had come to take the exam in place of someone else by using fake name and address and forged documents. Told that the person at whose place he had come to take the exam was a friend. On his request, I came to take the exam.
There was a difference between the photo of the candidate and the solver
The solver had pasted his photograph on the ID proof of the applicant in whose name he was to appear for the examination, so that he could not be identified. However, due to biometric attendance, Salver could be caught easily. Now the police is busy taking legal action against it.
Two solvers who were giving paper in C-TET in Varanasi arrested:
During the C-TET examination held on Sunday, two solvers were caught from two centers in Chitaipur school and UP College. Salwar, resident of Nalanda in Azamgarh and Bihar, had come to take the exam in place of candidates resident of Ghazipur and Chandauli respectively. The police have registered a case against him as well as the candidates. The Ideal New Star School English School in Chitaipur became the center for C-TET. There in Ghazipur, Santosh Pal was caught giving the exam in place of Ajit Kumar Yadav of Saidpur. He is a resident of Bijarwa (Mubarakpur) of Azamgarh. When the biometric device did not match, he was caught by the room inspector and handed over to Chitaipur police.
At the same time, during the first shift examination in UP College, Vikas Kumar, a resident of Rahui (Nalanda) of Bihar, who was appearing in place of Anil Sonkar of Pt. Deendayal Nagar (Chandauli), was caught. Shivpur police arrested him. Candidates are being searched. The accused told during interrogation that they were asked to take the exam in place of the candidates through another solver. In return he was to get Rs 35 to 50 thousand.