Bihar Board has cancelled the State Teachers Eligibility Test, STET Exam 2019. The examination was conducted at 300 centers and was taken by more than 2.4 lakh candidates.
After the examination the issue of question paper leak was informed to the Board, following which an inquiry committee was set to examine the issue.
The four-member committee consisted of BSEB Chief Monitoring Officer Neelkamal. Officers Sanjay Priyadarshi, Joint Secretary Nikunj Prakash Narayan and Monitoring Officer Rajiv Kumar were also a part of the inquiry committee.
The panel submitted its report for cancellation of exams justifying the issue of cheating in the exam held previously. The Board of Education, Bihar cancelled the exam following the report. The board issued a notice saying that the candidates will not have to deposit the fee for re-exam that was to be held in the coming days.
The Board also informed in the notice that the new dates would soon be releasing on the official website of Bihar Board. The new dates would be out soon on biharboardonline.bihar.gov.in or bsebstet2019.in