TS and AP SET 2014 – Postponed to 1.2.2015

TS and AP SET 2014 – Originally scheduled on 4.1.2015 – Check @ apset.org

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– Postponed due to Mild-Un-NabiEid

TS and AP SET 2014 – State Eligibility Test 2014 is conducted for the candidates of States of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh for the recruitment of Lecturers / Professors. SET 2014 is scheduled to be conducted on 4th January 2015 from 9.30 AM to 4.30 PM is postponed to 1st February 2015.

State Eligibility Test for Telangana & Andhra Pradesh States (SET-TS & AP)
Conducted by Osmania University, Hyderabad-500 007, Telangana State has already issued admit card for the written examination. The notification regarding the existing admit card can be used for the postponed examination will be issued by the Authorities of SET2014.

As per UGC notification the common SET 2014 is valid for the appointment in both the States of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. This will be an added advantage for the candidates to have wide option of opportunity.

As per the Government norms in force the successful completion of SET-TS&AP is compulsory for the appointment of Lecturers in the States.

Osmania University is accredited to conduct the SET from 2012 for 3 years when the State is undivided. SET2014 is being conducted in 27 subjects. Osmania University is conducting the examination in Telugu medium wherever possible.

Tab to reach APSET website home page for TS and AP SET 2014 announcements.

TS and AP SET 2014 – Examination pattern

There will be 3 papers in the SET-TS & AP and will be conducted in Objective mode. The exam will be conducted in two sessions and the questions will be of objective type.

First-I – 60 out of which 50 questions are to be attempted 50×2=100 1¼ Hours (09.30 am to 10.45 am)

First-II – 50 questions all of which are compulsory 50×2=100 1¼ Hours (10.45 am to 12.00 noon)

Second-III – 75 questions all of which are compulsory 75×2=150 2½ Hours (01.30 pm to 04.00 pm).

There will be no negative marking.

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