Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (MH-SET) is a state-level competitive exam conducted by Savitribai Phule Pune University.
The candidate who qualifies for the Maharashtra SET (MHSET) would only be held eligible for being appointed as Assistant Professor in University/ affiliated college, provided he/she fulfills other academic qualifications prescribed for the Assistant Professor post by the U.G.C.
The eligibility criteria to apply for MH-SET is:
Tamil Nadu State Eligibility Test for Assistant Professor will be conducted in 2 papers.
Candidates should have to appear for Both papers. The final result will be based on marks obtained in both papers.
The examination will be conducted as on Multiple Choice Question (MCQS) mode on Optical Mark Reader (OMR) sheet.
The Examination will be conducted in Both English and Tamil language. Each question carries 2 marks and candidates should have to attend all the questions in the booklet.
No negative marks will be allotted. This table gives more clarification about TNSET Exam Pattern.
Government of India Notification dated 22nd July 1988 regarding revised pay scales stated that only those candidates who, besides fulfilling the minimum academic qualifications prescribed for the post of Assistant Professor / Lecturer, have qualified in a comprehensive test, to be specifically conducted for the purpose, will be eligible for appointment of Assistant Professor / Lecturer.
UGC has recommended the introduction of test at entry level (Assistant Professor / Lecturer) in consultation with academicians and State education secretaries.
Accordingly, the UGC conducted the test for Junior Research Fellowship and eligibility for Assistant Professor / Lectureship on 24thDecember 1989 and 29thApril 1990 in the subjects falling under Humanities and Social Science including languages.
The CSIR conducted the Joint UGC-CSIR test for JRF and eligibility for Assistant Professor / Lectureship on 31st December 1989.
Simultaneously, the UGC asked the State Government and Union Territories about their option to conduct their own test or alternatively, adopt UGC and UGC/CSIR test.
In the event that they opt to conduct their own test equivalent to UGC and UGC/CSIR tests, such tests shall require accreditation by the UGC.
The Commission at its meeting held on 25th May 1990 decided to constitute a UGC Committee on accreditation of test to be conducted by State Committee and Union Territories. This committee is designated as U-CAT.`
The test conducted by UGC and UGC/CSIR is referred as the National Eligibility Test (NET) while the equivalent test conducted by the State government is called State Level Eligibility Test (SLET) or State Eligibility Test (SET).
Gujarat Government decided, in principle, to conduct SET vide Government of Gujarat Education Department Resolution No MIS-1092-New Item-10-dated 31/8/98.