More than 16 lakhs of candidates are expected to appear in the exam which will be held at around 4,000 centers in the state.
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot chaired a high-level meeting on Thursday on official preparations for the exam.
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At the meeting, Gehlot said that free travel services would be provided to all candidates appearing at REET 2021.
He said that if any government official / employee is found to be involved in cases such as paper leakage, fictitious candidates taking the exam and cheating on the recruiting exams, they should be fired from service.
Also, if the involvement of any private school personnel or person associated with the school is found, then recognition from that school should be permanently terminated, Gehlot said.
The Chief Minister said that the hard work of the candidates is erased every time a document is leaked or a copy is made in competitive exams.
He said there should be no negligence at any test center and told officials to install CCTV cameras at all those centers.
The Chief Minister requested the cooperation of the general public to assist the candidates.
Transport Minister Pratap Singh Khachariyawas said that all buses on state roads will be available for the candidates’ free ride. Along with this, public transport and other private buses are also being organized. He said that necessary guidelines have been issued to transportation officials in this regard.
The Minister of State for Education, Govind Singh Dotasra, said the department has made all the preparations to conduct the exam in a transparent manner.
He suggested that to avoid paper and copy leaks, there should be a total ban on carrying mobile phones inside the test center. Special vigilance must be kept on “gangs” and training centers involved in leaks and paper copies.
He said that upon entering the exam center, a new mask should be made available so that copying incidents can be prevented as some candidates hide Bluetooth devices in their mask.
Meanwhile, the Railways have given their consent to run 11 special trains for the candidates, while requests have been made for more such trains on the day.