The Rajasthan Police has released an alert against a piece of fake news that is being circulated on social media in connection with the REET exam.
The Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE) will hold the Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teachers (REET) exam on September 26 and the admit cards for the same have been released on Friday (September 17) on reetbser21.com.
Meanwhile, the Rajasthan Police has released an alert against a piece of fake news that is being circulated on social media in connection with the REET exam.
The fake tweet mentions that the state government has announced three days lockdown beginning on September 24. This move has been taken to stop malpractices. Movement from one district to another will be restricted. Only students and essential service providers will be allowed to travel to another district. Schools and other educational institutions will remain closed.
— Rajasthan Police (@PoliceRajasthan) September 20, 2021
The Rajasthan Police tweet mentions, “#FakeNews Alert Warning sign – please pay attention! #REET2021 The news of lockdown and internet shutdown in the state being circulated on social media regarding the examination is baseless and misleading. Broadcasting of fake news is punishable by law. #reetadmitcard2021#rajasthanpolice @Diprfactcheck @Cyberdost.”