The Board has made Aadhaar card mandatory for appearing in the state's eligibility test for teachers to be held in December. Haryana School Education Board Chairman Jagbir Singh said that now applications for Haryana Teachers Eligibility Test (HTET) would not be accepted without Aadhaar card.
"The application forms of such candidates whose original documents do not match with Aadhaar cards would be treated as incomplete and would be cancelled. The candidates themselves would be responsible for this," he said in a statement.
The Board expects close to 6 lakh examinees for the exam which will be conducted in two days. On first day the exam will be held in two shifts and on the second day it will be held in one shift. HTET 2017 will be held in 600 centres across Haryana and Chandigarh.
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