Assam SLET Eligibility Criteria: The Assam State Level Eligibility Test (Assam SLET) is the eligibility test for those candidates, who want to become a lecturer in northeastern regions like Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Manipur, Meghalaya, Sikkim, and Tripura colleges and institutes. Assam State Capital Region Development Authority (ASCRDA) has organized this test.
Candidates can apply during this test by filling the application form through online mode by visiting the official website on the provided schedule through authority. Here, through this content, applicants will get the detailed information of Assam SLET Eligibility criteria 2021.
Assam SLET 2021 Eligibility Criteria:
Those candidates are getting to apply during this examination; they should need to check their Eligibility Criteria mentioned below.
Applicants must be qualified in their PG (post-graduation or equivalent course) from any recognized university.
They should be qualified in their Master’s Degree (PG) with a minimum of 55% marks. Those candidates who appear within the last year of post-graduation also are eligible to apply to Assam SET 2021.
The ST/SC/PWD (reserved category) category applicants must be qualified in their post-graduation 50% marks.
Applicants with final year examinations are going to be able to satisfy their eligibility for the PG certificate.
The applicants should have 2 years of post-graduation on the date of declaration Assam SLET Result by scoring with applicable marks and if candidates are going to be failed within the SLET examination they might be disqualified.
Applicants are required to apply in subjects of their Post-Graduation.
The subjects of master’s graduation could also be left from covered as per subjects list then they perhaps to appear in an applicable subject.
There aren’t any age criteria to apply within the SET examination.
Through only Educational qualifications, applicants are going to be able to apply during this test.
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Assam SLET Exam Pattern:
The test will be held on a day in two separate sessions.
|Session||Paper||Marks||Number of Questions||Duration|
|First||I||100||50 question||1 Hour ( 10.00 A.M.
to 11.00 A.M.)
|Second||II||200||100 questions||2 Hours (11.30 A.M.
to 1. 30 P.M.)