The Board of Secondary Education (BSE) has rubbished the reports of question paper leak in Odisha Teachers’ Eligibility Test (OTET), saying it was only a rumour. BSE President Daksh Prasad Nanda has denied the media reports.
Earlier, reports suggested that the Gajapati police seized some question papers and detained four people in this connection. However, BSE termed these leaked question papers as ‘fake’. All question papers are safe at eight places of Gajapati district, revealed the BSE President.
The OTET-2014 exams will be held tomorrow. A total of 93,952 candidates will appear for the test at 207 centres across the state. The test will be held in two sittings.