Maharashtra SET 2021 Admit card OUT. Check the Direct Link to Download MHSET Assistant Professor Hall Ticket.

Maharashtra SET 2021 Admit card OUT. Check the Direct Link to Download MHSET Assistant Professor Hall Ticket.

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Unipune.ac.in has released the Maharashtra SET 2021 admit card. You can check Exam Date, Admit card Download Link, and other details at unipune.ac.in.

Maharashtra State Eligibility Testing (MHSET) 2021 Admit card: Savitribai Phule Pune University has uploaded the admit card for Maharashtra State Exam (MHSET) 2021. Candidates who applied for the MHSET 2021 can access the MHSET Admit Card 2021 by logging onto the official website. unipune.ac.in

Maharashtra SET 2021 will be held on 26th September 2021. This is in addition to the earlier postponements due to Covid19 pandemic crisis. The exam was originally scheduled to be held in July 2021. According to media reports, this exam is the 37th th level of SET 2021. It is being conducted by Pune University. MH-SET will take place at 15 centres, including Mumbai, Pune and Solapur.

How to Download MHSET Admit Card 2021

  1. Visit the official site. I.e. https://setexam.unipune.ac.in/.
  2. Click the link that flashes on the homepage and reads “Download Admit Cards by Login” or “Download Admit Cards by Application Number” or “Download Admit card by Student Name”.
  3. It will redirect to the login page.
  4. Now enter your credentials and click the Login button.
  5. On the screen, you will see your admit card.
  6. Save the MHSET Admit Card 2021 to your computer for future reference.

MH SET Exam Pattern

The SET will take place offline in Objective Mode. Two papers will be required for the test. Each paper will contain only objective type questions. They will be administered in separate sessions on the day of Examination.

Session Paper Number of MCQ Marks Time
First 1 50 questions 50*2 = 100 1 hour
Second 2 100 questions 100*2 = 200 2 hours

Paper-I will be general in nature and intended to assess the candidate’s teaching/research ability. It is designed to assess the candidate’s reasoning, comprehension, and general awareness. Paper I will consist of fifty (50), objective-type compulsory questions that are worth two marks each.

Paper I contains 4 sets of Test Booklet Codes. A, B, D, C, D. The student must ensure that the same Test Booklet Code has been pre-printed on the OMR sheet.

Paper-II will consist of 100 (100) compulsory objective type questions (except mathematics science), based on the topic selected by the candidate. Each question will be worth two marks.

Each subject’s Paper-II has four sets that each have 4 Test Booklet Codes, viz. A, B,C, and D. The student must ensure that the same Test Booklet Code has been pre-printed on the OMR Sheet (Answer Sheet), of Paper-II.