Punjab SET Eligibility Criteria: The Punjab SET is popularly known as the Punjab State Eligibility Test, which is organized through the Punjab State Organization to appoint the candidates for the post of assistant professor or to offers them JRF (Junior Research Fellowship) within the colleges and University of Punjab state.
Those applicants are wishing to get appointed as a professor within the schools and colleges of Punjab State; they will apply in Punjab SET Examination through online mode by visiting the official website. Here, from this content, applicants will know the detailed information of Punjab SET Eligibility Criteria 2021.
Punjab SET 2021 Eligibility Criteria:
Those applicants want to use during this test to become the professor within the colleges and University of Punjab state; they will apply on the basis of their Eligibility Criteria, which are mentioned below.
Those candidates have obtained a minimum of 55% marks (without rounding off) in Master’s Degree OR equivalent examination from universities/institutions recognized by UGC in Humanities (including languages) and Science, Computing &Applications, Electronic Science, etc. They will apply during this test.
Applicants belonging from Other Backward Classes(OBC) belonging to non-creamy layer/Scheduled Caste(SC)/Scheduled Tribe(ST)/ persons with disability(PWD) category must have a minimum of 50% marks (without rounding off) in Master’s degree or equivalent examination are eligible for this Test.
Those are appearing within the Master’s degree (final year) examination, they can also apply during this examination.
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Punjab SET Exam Pattern 2021:
The applicants must need to prefer the Exam Pattern for the higher preparation of the examination and the Exam Pattern consists of a number of questions, type of questions, marking scheme, and schedule of exams. Through the Exam Pattern, candidates can know the entire structure of the question paper. There will be three Papers:
Paper 1: Research and Teaching Aptitude Paper 2 & Paper 3 are going to be based on the respective subject.
The SET is going to be conducted in objective mode.
The Test will contain three papers.
To evaluate the general aptitude of the candidates, there’ll be one common paper (Paper-I) for all and it’ll contain 60 questions of two marks each, and the candidates will need to answer 50 questions only.
The Second and Third papers is going to be on the topic concerned.
The second paper will have 50 compulsory questions of two marks each. For the Third paper, there’ll be 75 compulsory questions of two marks each.