Andhra Pradesh State Eligibility Test 2018 Notification:
Andhra Pradesh State Eligibility Test 2018 Notification: Andhra Pradesh State Eligibility Test (APSET-2018) for the Year 2018 will be conducted by Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, in accordance with G.O.Ms.No.47 Higher Education (CE) Department for recruitment and promotions of Lectures/Assistant Professors in Degree Colleges as per the University Grant Commission Regulations for the year 2018. Eligible Candidates who wish to apply for APSET2018 may submit their applications through online mode (apset.net.in). The State Eligibility Test (SET) is based on the pattern of the National Eligibility Test (NET) conducted by UGC. The APSET-2018 examination is conducted in 31 subjects for which UGC has granted permission.
Important dates of APSET 2018:
|Commencement of Submission of Online Applications Starts||26th March 2018|
|Last date for Submission of Online Applications Without Late Fee (Only Registration Fee)||02nd May 2018|
|Date of examination||1st July 2018|
|Hall Tickets Download||Updated Soon|
|Results Date||Updated Soon|
APSET Fee & Payment Details:
1) For General Category : Rs.1000/-
2)For BC category: Rs. 800 and
3)For SC/ST/PH/VH Category: Rs. 500/-
The Registration for AP-SET would be through online application and requisite fee is paid through Credit/Debit card/NET banking.
APSET 2018 Eligibility Criteria:
The candidates who have completed their Master’s Degree from a UGC recognized university with minimum 55% marks for General / Backward Class candidates and 50% marks for SC/ST/PH/VH. Candidates who are appearing in the final year of their Post Graduate examination may also appear in this examination.
APSET Education Qualification:
Candidates who have appeared or will be appearing at the qualifying Master’s degree (final year) examination and whose result is still awaited or candidates whose qualifying examinations have been delayed may also apply for this test. However, such candidates will be admitted provisionally and shall be considered eligible for qualifying the test only after they have passed their Master’s Degree examination OR equivalent with at least 55% marks(50% marks in case of OBC(Non- creamy layer)/SC/ST/PWD(persons with disability) category candidates. Such candidates must complete their P.G degree examination within one year from the date of SET result with required percentage of marks, failing which they shall be treated as disqualified.
The Ph.D. degree holders whose Master’s level examination had been completed by 19th September 1991(irrespective of date of declaration of result) shall be eligible for a relaxation of 5% in aggregate marks (i.e. from 55% to 50%) for appearing in SET.
Candidates are advised to appear in the subject of their post graduation only. The candidates, whose post graduation subject is not covered in the list of subjects may appear in a related subject.
The question paper – I which is common for all candidates appearing APSET will be bilingual (English and Telugu). Paper – II for the following subjects a) Commerce b) Economics c) Education d) History e) political Science f) Public administration g) Sociology and h) Social work will be bilingual (English and Telugu). All the remaining papers are in English only.
The syllabus prescribed by UGC-CSIR and UGC-NET for paper-I and Paper-II without negative marks be adopted for APSET. The Paper II & III are merged to become Paper-II.
APSET Exam Pattern:
|Paper||Marks||Number of Questions||Duration|
|I||100||50||1 Hour (09:30 A.M. to 10:30 A.M.)|
|II||200||100||2 Hours (11:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.)|
Paper-I: shall be of general nature, intended to assess the teaching/research aptitude of the candidate. It will primarily be designed to test reasoning ability, comprehension, divergent thinking and general awareness of the candidate. Paper-I shall consist of 50 objective type questions. Each question will carry 2 marks.
Paper-II: shall consist of 100 objective type questions based on the subject selected by the candidate. Each question will carry 2 marks.
The candidate will have to mark the responses for questions of Paper – I and Paper – II on the Optical Mark Reader (OMR) Sheet provided along with the test booklet.
There is no negative marking.