SET Answer Key 2019 Released; Know How to Download

SET Answer Key 2019 Released; Know How to Download
Bachan Thakur | Mar 9, 2019 - 11:45 a.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, MARCH 9: SLET Commission Assam has released the answer key of SET/SLET 2019. The SET answer key 2019 is available for the candidates who have taken the test on March 3 in offline mode. Candidates can visit the official website sletne.org and click on the answer key link to download and check it. Through the answer key of SET 2019, candidates can know the correct keys against the questions asked in the exam. By so doing candidates will get to know their estimated scores in the exam. 

Click Here to download SLET/SET answer key 2019

In case of any problem in the answer keys or questions of SLET 2019, candidates can challenge the SLET answer key 2019 from March 8 to 23, 2019. To challenge the answer key, candidates have to send the documentary proof against the question/key (they are challenging) to the SLET Commission, Assam in the prescribed format by paying the requisite fee for each question/key being challenged. Candidates must note that the objections/challenges will only be accepted and entertained by or before the last date only.  

After considering the objections/challenges, the commission will release the final answer key for SET 2019. The authority may release the SET result 2019 along with the release of the final answer key or after its announcement. Only general category candidates with at least 40% marks in SET 2019 and reserved category candidates with minimum 35% marks in the exam would be considered qualified in the exam. 

It must be noted that SET or SLET exam is held for the recruitment of Assistant Professor across the institutes/colleges/universities of seven northeastern states. The states where the recruitment will happen through SET 2019 include Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Manipur, Meghalaya, Sikkim and Tripura. The exam was initially called North East State Level Eligibility Test (NESLET), while later it was renamed as SLET. However, now the exam has been again modified as SET (State Eligibility Test).
 


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