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There was no corruption in the state, ”the education minister said in the run-up to the election campaign

There was no corruption in the state, ”the education minister said in the run-up to the election campaign



Opposition groups called for a boycott of the assembly, but Perth Chatterjee, the state's education minister, gave a clear answer. He said there was no corruption in the TET examination, including recruitment. At the same time, he said, the TET exam is not a recruitment exam. Now he is a candidate for the assembly elections. So we have to put more emphasis on publicity. He said this in his gap.

On the same day, Perth Chatterjee claimed that there was no corruption in the state. In 2014, the Supreme Court said that. "Everything is fine." He even said that he would give himself 9 out of 10 as the education minister. The controversy over the leaked question paper did not abate. Parthababu said, "The question paper was not leaked eight times at all. Once there was a commotion. In today's age of technology, many things happen. Now the question is almost a daily occurrence. It has happened before. There would be no publicity. '

On Friday, Calcutta University was awarded the title of the best. Regarding the improvement of education, Parthababu said, ‘Various posts have been appointed in the state on the basis of education, qualifications and merit. Education has been made realistic. The syllabus has been changed, which is very appropriate with today's era. ' Being a graduate does not mean getting a job. The center conducts TET examinations twice a year. But it is not a job. These are being promoted for no reason

The education minister said that many people got jobs according to their qualifications in the recruitment of teachers. "Many leftist candidates in North Bengal got jobs. They got it for merit. I say again, Tate is an eligibility. '

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