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UPTET 2019 exam postponed

PUBLISH DATE 21st December 2019

Government of Uttar Pradesh on Friday postponed the UP TET exam scheduled to be conducted on Sunday, December 22, 2019.

The exam was earlier scheduled to be held on December 22 but got postponed after the state recently witnessed protests in several areas against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019.

A circular issued by Additional Chief Secretary, Revenue and Basic Education department, Renuka Kumar said due to the inevitable reasons the UP TET exam scheduled to be held on December 22, is postponed to the further notice. The new dates for the examination will be declared at the earliest possible.

The UPTET December 2019 Admit Card was made available for download on December 12, 2019 and around 95% admit cards have already been downloaded, but in the recent past, as protest are being organised in the state and internet facility has been interupted in the state many candidates are unable to download their admit card therefore the Board has decided to postpone the examination. The UPTET 2019 is likely to be held in the month of January 2020.

Around 16 lakh 58 thousand candidates are to write their UPTET paper this year. The UPTET written test was to be conducted in two shifts at around 1986 examination centres across the state.

Meanwhile, DGP, OP Singh told PTI that around five persons killed in violence during anti-CAA protests in Uttar Pradesh.

Violent clashes with police rocked Uttar Pradesh from Gorakhpur to Bulandshahr on Friday while thousands rallied in the national capital with tricolour and 'Save Constitution' banners as protests raged across states against the amended citizenship law and the proposed NRC, prompting the government to indicate it was ready to accept suggestions.


A car was set on fire in Delhi's Daryaganj area and protesters hurled stones at security personnel near Delhi Gate, while police used water canons and lathi-charged a large group of protesters to disperse the crowd.


Sporadic violence was reported from other parts of Delhi, Maharashtra and Karnataka-Kerala border areas as well, while authorities resorted to curbs on mobile internet and SMS services in various regions, including in parts of UP, Karnataka and the national capital. Some groups, however, offered roses to the police to underline peaceful nature of their protest.


Additional security forces were deployed in all sensitive areas, including those where large-scale protests took place on Thursday that also saw at least three deaths including of two persons in police firing in Mangaluru. One person had died in Lucknow.

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