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How many subjects should I select for SET exam


I am a mcom student which subject and how many subject i should select for set exam




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15th December 2012, 07:50 PM
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SET stands for State Eligibility Test. This is the exam which is conducted for the state governments for the college lectureship. On the other hand NET exam is conducted by UGC for the central government.

Each state of India is required to conduct State Eligibility Test for college lectureship. If a state does not conduct this exam, then it has to select candidates who college lectureship through the National Eligibility test.

You can only apply for lecturer job in state government colleges by clearing the State Eligibility Test. If you cleared the Gujarat SET exam then you would be eligible for lecturer job in colleges funded by the Gujarat government.


Eligibility

1. You should be citizen of India.

2. A post graduation degree in any discipline.

3. Must complete post graduation from UGC recognized university.

4. At least 55 percent marks.

5. SC/ST need 50 percent marks.

6. Final year students can also apply.

7. But should be able to submit the post graduation degree within 2 years of clearing SET.

8. M.Com students should pick commerce as the NET subject.

9. There is no limit on number of attempts.


Age Limit

1. The age limit is 28 years for JRF.

2. There is no upper age criteria for lecturer job.
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23rd December 2012, 10:53 PM
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I am a mcom student which subject and how many subject i should select for set exam
SET exams are conducted at State level unlike NET exams which is held at National Level.
In SET exams you can give the exams for only one subjects.

Normally candidates are advised to choose the subject that they are studying in their Post Graduation.

If that subject is not available in the list of subjects offered under SET, than they can choose any similar subjects

Since you are studying in M.com, you can choose the subject COMMERCE.

ELIGIBILTY-Post Graduation pass with minimum 55% marks for the General and OBC candidates minimum 50% marks for the SC/ST candidates.

Currently MAHARASTRA SET exams forms are being filled
Last date to apply is 31st december 2012
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After submission of set form for english subject when we select subject of 3 rd paper?
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respectively sir i have complete M.A english can i give the set exam kset exam for related subject or all subjects like sociology economics political science and other subjects
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How many subjects would i select for net and slet examination i m students of Bioscience (animal science)
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Can I opt commerce subject in SET after doing MBA in. Aj or marketing minor finance
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I have completed MSW(human resources management) and I like to write net exam this year.... Which subject Will be better to choose for the exam....
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I have completed M.SC. in Chemistry I want to give Set exam there are 3 papers in set paper I is aptitude paper III is chosen by me chemical science but my doubt is for II paper that which subject I have select is any compulsory subject for that or I can select chemistry. Please suggest
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I have done my MBA in finance in Sikkim Manual University distance learning can I take commerce as an option in KSET exams , do distance learning is eligible to take KSET exams .
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I have completed my MBA(distance) in HRM from LPU,Punjab, which subject i should opt for HARYANA SET?
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I have completed M.A in History of Nagpur Maharashtra so please advice me which subject preparation of SET examination ...
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I have pursued MBA but can I choose English as my subject for taking the exam?
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I am done bachelors degree in physical education can I appear for set exam In physical education.
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I have done MBA in hospital administration through distance learning...which subject I should select for SET exam....?
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I have completed mcom in Accounting Which subject should I choose for mh set
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