Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (MH-SET) for Assistant Professor
Accredited by U.G.C. & Conducted by
Savitribai Phule Pune University state Agency
(Formerly University Of Pune)

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Procedure & Criteria For Declaration Of Result
Following procedure and criteria for declaration of SET result is followed as prescribed in the revised qualifying criteria as per UGC notification (No. F.4-2/90(NET), Feb. 2018):
Step I: Total qualifying slots:
   It is 6% of the appeared candidates (appeared for SET in both the papers), which equals to total number of qualifying slots i.e. minimum number of candidates to be qualified.
Step II: Category-wise qualifying slots:
   Total qualifying slots are allocated to different categories as per reservation policy of the Maharashtra state.
Step III: Candidates fulfilling minimum eligibility subject-wise, category-wise:
   In order to be considered for eligibility for Assistant Professor, the Candidates must have appeared in both the papers& secured at least 40% aggregate marks in both the papers taken together for General Category candidates & at least 35% aggregate marks in both the papers taken together for all candidates belonging to Reserved categories viz. SC/ST/OBC/DT(A), NT(B), NT(C), NT(D)/SBC (Non Creamy Layer only) & PwD, as shown below:
Category Secured at least following % aggregate marks in both the papers taken together
Paper I PaperII
OPEN/EWS/Orphan 40% aggregate marks in both the papers taken together
* SC/ST/PwD (Disability 40% or more)/Trans-genders

     * OBC/DT(A)(VJ)/NT(B)/NT(C)/NT(D)/SBC/(Non Creamy Layer only)
35% aggregate marks in both the papers taken together
 
* Enter your category & subject in the online application form correctly, as the cut off % marks for qualifying are linked with it. Hence, the candidates will not be entertained for change of category & subject once the last date for editing in the online application form is over. No request for any corrections shall be entertained after the last date of editing in the online application form.
Step IV: Number of qualifying slots subject-wise for a particular category:
   The candidates who fulfilled Step III are considered to compute the qualifying slots subject-wise category-wise. The qualifying slots subject-wise for a particular category are calculated by using the following formula:
e.g. No. of qualifying slots for a subject UnderGeneral Category=
( No. of candidates who fulfilled minimum eligibility in that subject under General category) X ( No. of slots available under General category )

Total no. of candidates who fulfilled minimum Eligibility in all subjects Under General Category
Hence, the category & subject should be correctly entered in the online application form. (Change of category, subject, center etc. will not be allowed after the last date for editing an online application form).
Step V: Qualifying cutoff % aggregate marks subject-wise, category-wise:
   Merit list of candidates fulfilling minimum eligibility (Step III candidates),is prepared subject-wise for a particular category. The % aggregate marks corresponding to number of qualifying slots for a particular subject category-wise, gives qualifying cutoff % aggregate marks subject-wise category-wise.
Step VI: Number of candidates qualified subject-wise, category-wise:
   Number of candidates who scored marks in two papers taken together, equals to or greater than the qualifying cutoff % aggregate marks in a particular subject category-wise, gives number qualified candidates subject-wise category-wise.