SET Admit Card 2019 Released For Seven North-Eastern States; Check Details Here

SET Admit Card 2019 Released For Seven North-Eastern States; Check Details Here
Bachan Thakur | Feb 18, 2019 - 6:08 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, FEBRUARY 18: State Level Eligibility Test (SLET) Commission, Assam has released the admit card of SLET 2019, on February 18. Candidates can download the SLET/SET admit card 2019 for the recruitment of Assistant Professor in online mode till March 3, which is the exam date for the state level examination. It must be noted that the admit card has been released for the candidates whose applications have been accepted by the authority. To download the hall ticket of SET 2019, candidates have to visit the official site

To download the SET admit card 2019, candidates have to enter their unique application ID in the hall ticket window. After downloading the admit card, candidates must cross-verify whether all the particulars reflecting on it are correct to the best of their knowledge. If not, then they must immediately reach out to the authority and get the corrections done.

The admit card has been released for the candidates who would be appearing for the exam on March 3, 2019. Earlier, the SET application form 2019 was released on November 12, while the last date for filling the application form was January 10. However, the application fee could be paid till January 17.

SLET is held for 25 subjects across major universities in 7 north-eastern states. SLET or SET 2019 would be conducted for the recruitment of Assistant Professors across the universities/colleges/institutes in north-eastern states of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Manipur, Meghalaya, Sikkim and Tripura.

A proposal was submitted for constituting the North East State Level Eligibility Test (NESLET) in the year 2000 to conduct a test for the aspirants of North Eastern Region. However, subsequently, the exam was constituted as SLET Commission Assam (N.E.Region). Further, the name of the test was modified as SET (STATE ELIGIBILITY TEST).

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