Maharashtra SET admit card 2019 released; know how to download

Team Careers | 13th Jun, 2019 - 1:02 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, JUNE 13: Savitribai Phule University, Pune has released the admit card of Maha SET 2019 (Maharashtra State Eligibility Test) today on June 13, 2019. Candidates can download their Maha SET admit card until June 22. In order to download the admit card of Maha SET 2019, candidates need to visit setexam.unipune.ac.in and find the link for Maha SET admit card 2019.

For downloading the admit card, the examination authority has enabled two download link - download by login, and download by application number. Candidates can download the admit card using either of the two links.

After clicking on the link, a login window will appear in which the candidates have to enter their username and password generated at the time of registration. The Maha SET admit card will mention details about the candidate and the exam like name of the candidate, date of birth, photograph, exam date and time, address of the exam centre, signature of the candidate and important exam day instructions.

Ensuring all the details to be correct, candidates must download and print copies of it to carry to the exam hall. In case of discrepancies, candidates must immediately contact the exam authorities and get it rectified.

Along with the admit card, candidates also need to carry a passport size photograph that will be pasted on the admit card and one of the prescribed photo identity cards - Driving License, College/University ID, PAN Card, Aadhaar Card or Voter ID. It is imperative that the candidates carry their admit cards to the exam centre, otherwise they will not be permitted to appear for the exam.

Maharashtra SET exam is conducted to determine the eligibility of the candidates as Assistant Professors in College of Maharashtra. The test for this year is scheduled to be held on June 23. Maha SET exam is conducted for a two papers - paper I and II for a total of 100 and 200 marks respectively.

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