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Bihar CTET Exam Scandal: 12 Arrested for Cheating, Including Two Women

Bihar Police arrested twelve people, including two women, for cheating in the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2024. The cheating was discovered through biometric fingerprint scans at the exam centers.

By: Rekha Joshi  Pardaphash Group
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Bihar CTET Exam Scandal: 12 Arrested for Cheating, Including Two Women

Bihar Police arrested twelve people, including two women, for cheating in the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2024. These individuals were pretending to be other candidates. The arrests happened in Darbhanga district, with nine people caught at centers under Laheriasarai police station, two at a center under Sadar police station, and one at a center under Bahadurpur police station.

How They Were Caught
The cheating was discovered through biometric fingerprint scans at the exam centers. Complaints from exam supervisors led to these arrests. Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Jagunath Reddy said the arrested people are being questioned, and the police are checking if they are part of a larger cheating network. The police are also identifying the real candidates involved.

Bihar CTET Exam Scandal


The Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) is a national exam for candidates who want to become teachers in government schools.

Cyber Fraud Arrests in Bihar and Jharkhand
Delhi Police also arrested six cyber fraudsters from Bihar and Jharkhand. These individuals, identified as Raushan Kumar Shukla, Shivendra Kumar, Tushar Karmakar, Sagar Karmakar, Rahul Patro, and Raju Patro, were involved in online scams. They posted fake advertisements asking for financial help for a sick relative.

A woman responded to one of these ads and received a call from an unknown person asking for money for medical purposes. She later got a WhatsApp call and transferred Rs 3 lakh on December 3. The scammers then switched off their phones. An FIR was filed, and the investigation is ongoing.

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