ALLAHABAD : UP Basic Education Board, UPBEB successfully conducted the Uttar Pradesh Teachers Eligibility Test-2018 (UPTET) on November 18, 2018 in two sessions. There was mixed reaction to the question paper of UPTET as some of the students found the questions in the first session tough while others found it easy. Meanwhile in the second session of UPTET, candidates found the maths section a bit tricky.
UPTET 2018 Exam Analysis – Second Session
The examines who appeared in the second session of UPTET 2018, they stated that the maths section was a bit time consuming. However, they reiterated that if the candidate had prepared well, then it was not very difficult. Some of the other candidates felt that the questions that were asked in the maths section were slightly tricky.
English & Hindi Section
According to the candidates, in the English & Hindi section of UPTET 2018, there was a some similarity in the questions. Overall the difficulty level was moderate.
UPTET Exam Analysis 2018- First Session
In the first session of UPTET 2018, there was a mixed reaction to the question paper. Some candidates found it easy while others found different sections moderately difficult.
UPTET Answer Key 2018
The provisional answer key of UPTET 2018 will be declared around 2:00 p.m on November 20. Candidates can challenge the answer key by raising objections in online mode if they feel that there are any discrepancies in it. They can do so till November 23. The final answer key will be issued by authorities on November 30.
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UPSTF Nabs 6 Members of Paper Solver Gang
In a swift move, UPSTF nabbed six members of paper solver gang in Moradabad, ahead of UPTET 2018. Those arrested were trying to enter the exam centre. After the interrogation, the police raided other areas where the miscreants were active and were trying to disrupt the exams.
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About UPTET 2018
According to reports in the media, UPTET 2018 was conducted in 75 districts of the state at 31021 exam centres. Approximately 1783716 candidates appeared for the exam. In order to ensure that the exam was conducted in a smooth, there were 133072 invigilators, 690 flying squads and 6,244 supervisors who were entrusted with this responsibility.