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GUWAHATI, Jan 10 � The Teachers� Eligibility Test (TET) was conducted today in as many as 728 centres across the State without any major glitches.

According to sources, nearly 92 per cent of the total applicants appeared in the examination that was conducted by the Board of Secondary Education, Assam, although official confirmation is still awaited.

What came as a relief for the administration was that the question papers did not match with those seized by the City Police on Monday.

Police on Monday arrested two individuals with question papers of TET raising fears among the applicants that the papers could have been leaked.

Like other major towns, Guwahati too witnessed a rush in the vehicular traffic movement throughout the day forcing the administration to deploy additional manpower on certain routes that led to the examination centres.

�There was a huge rush on the routes that led to TET centres, especially of small vehicles. We had stepped up the vigil to avert any ordeal on the streets of the capital city,� Superintendent of Police (Traffic) Bibekananda Das told The Assam Tribune.

Meanwhile, a number of private schools and junior colleges witnessed thin attendance of teachers, who reportedly appeared in the TET.

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TET held at 728 centres

GUWAHATI, Jan 10 � The Teachers� Eligibility Test (TET) was conducted today in as many as 728 centres across the State without any major glitches.

According to sources, nearly 92 per cent of the total applicants appeared in the examination that was conducted by the Board of Secondary Education, Assam, although official confirmation is still awaited.

What came as a relief for the administration was that the question papers did not match with those seized by the City Police on Monday.

Police on Monday arrested two individuals with question papers of TET raising fears among the applicants that the papers could have been leaked.

Like other major towns, Guwahati too witnessed a rush in the vehicular traffic movement throughout the day forcing the administration to deploy additional manpower on certain routes that led to the examination centres.

�There was a huge rush on the routes that led to TET centres, especially of small vehicles. We had stepped up the vigil to avert any ordeal on the streets of the capital city,� Superintendent of Police (Traffic) Bibekananda Das told The Assam Tribune.

Meanwhile, a number of private schools and junior colleges witnessed thin attendance of teachers, who reportedly appeared in the TET.

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