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REET 2021 exam notification released, no GK paper mentioned – Times of India


JAIPUR: Official advertisement for REET examination was issued on Tuesday by the state government. Despite school education minister Govind Singh Dotasra’s announcement that one examination paper of Rajasthan’s general knowledge will be conducted, it is not mentioned in the advertisement.

On Monday, Dotasra declared that REET examination will have general knowledge questions related to Rajasthan’s history, culture and traditions. However, it wasn’t mentioned in the advertisement.

According to the advertisement, five papers for REET level-1 and four papers for REET level-2 will be conducted for various subjects, but nowhere general knowledge examination has been mentioned.





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