TET convenor said that all the arrangements were made to the TET to held on 23rd of this month. A total of 3,67,912 candidates will be examined across the state. The High Court, however, dismissed the case in the High Court to stop the TET exam. The petition was rejected by the High Court to create a syllabus beyond NCCT standards. The High Court refused to stay tethered to the ban. The High Court ordered the government to file a counter for full arguments. The next hearing was postponed to three weeks by the court.