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    Am I eligible for SET being a M.Sc graduate?

    hi
    i am a MSC student ,can i eligible for set





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    Rahul kuntala
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    Re: Am I eligible for SET being a M.Sc graduate?

    Yes, you are eligible for SET exam after doing M.Sc.

    But you must have 55% or more in your M.Sc

    SET stands for State Eligibility Test done by U.G.C

    Exam pattern:

    Two papers will be done on the optional subjects which you have chosen.

    Paper-I :

    Reasoning ability
    Comprehension
    Divergent thinking
    General awareness.

    Paper-II : Objective types

    Paper-III : Descriptive questions



    Eligibility:

    >>You must have completed Mater degree(PG) in any steam from recognized university
    >>You must pass your PG with minimum of 55% marks
    >>50% for ST/SC/PH/Females
    >>Final year students are also eligible

    There is no upper age limit for "Lectureship post"

    You must be within 28years for "Junior Research Fellowship"(5years age relaxation for SC/ST,BC and PH Candidates)

    If you are in Final year of your PG also eligible

    Application Procedure

    You have to apply online before the specific date announced by UGC.

    Two print-outs of filled in online application form,exam attendance slip and admission card at the respective centers (with fee receipt and category certificates) are the documents required for applying to this exam.

    This will be of 450rs/- for General and 110 rs/- for SC/ST.

    You have to pay this through SBI Challan form Via Online.




  4. #3
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    Re: Am I eligible for SET being a M.Sc graduate?

    hi
    i am a MSC student with botany group, can i elgible for DRDO SET

  5. #4
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    Re: Am I eligible for SET being a M.Sc graduate?

    i m doing msc.i.t ,can i apply for netset exam ?

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    Re: Am I eligible for SET being a M.Sc graduate?

    am i eligible to take net being msc chemistry by distance mode

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