The Andhra Pradesh Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) will be held on February 9, tentatively in two phases—from 9.30 a.m. to 12 noon, and 2.30 p.m to 5 p.m.—at 12 and 107 examination centres respectively in Karimnagar.
In total, 28,117 candidates would appear for the test. The authorities have made arrangements, allocating 240 candidates to each centre. The candidates have been informed to arrive at the centres at least half an in advance to avoid the last-minute confusion.
At a meeting with the chief superintendents, departmental officers and others engaged for the TET in Karimnagar on Thursday, Additional Joint Collector A. Manohar and DEO K. Lingaiah said that they had made all arrangements for the smooth conduct of the examinations, adding that 130 chief superintendents, 115 departmental officers, 20 flying squads and other invigilators had been put on the examination duty. With regard to the reports about the postponement of the examination, the DEO clarified that they had not received any such information from the authorities.
Meanwhile, the chief superintendents, departmental officers and expressed their ire against the Education Department, saying that they had received information to attend the meeting at the Collectorate by 9.30 a.m. However, the authorities arrived at the venue at around 11.30 a.m..