MH SET 2020: SPPU Rescheduled To December 27; Check Details Here

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Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) conducts the MH SET exam 2020 for Maharashtra and Goa states for the appointment of assistant professor.

SPPU has previously scheduled the MH SET exam to be held on June 28, 2020. But because of the ongoing COVID 19 Pandemic, the exam has been postponed and will now be conducted on December 27, 2020.

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MH SET 2020: Important Highlights

The following tabulation gives important highlights of MH SET 2020.

Exam Name

MH SET

Full Form

Maharashtra State Eligibility Test

Exam type

State Eligibility Test

Exam level

State level

Conducting body

Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU)

Application mode

Online

Exam mode

Offline

Duration

3 hours

Exam date

December 27, 2020

Official website

setexam.unipune.ac.in 

Helpline 

setco@unipune.ac.in 

Check: SPPU Course and Fees

Maharashtra SET Examination (MH-SET) Important Dates

Events

Dates

Commencement of Online Application Form

January 01, 2020

Last Date for Applying and payment of online fees

January 29, 2020

Last Date of Editing or Correction in the Application

February 02, 2020

Availability of Admit Card Online

June 18, 2020

Pre-scheduled date of Examination

June 28, 2020

Announcement of Rescheduled Date of Examination due to Covid-19

October 26, 2020

Rescheduled date of Examination

December 27, 2020

Declaration of Result

To be announced

MH SET 2020: Subjects

MH SET exam was conducted for 32 subjects. The name of those subjects are mentioned in the tabulation below:

Physical Education

Education

Law

Management

Commerce

Forensic Science

Electronic Science

Computer Science & Application

Geography

Earth, Atmospheric, Oceanic & Planetary Sciences

Life Science

Chemical Science

Physical Science

Environmental Science

Mathematical Science

Public Administration

Social Work

Journalism & Mass Communication

Library & Information Science

Home Science

Defence & Strategic Studies

Political Science

Sociology

Psychology

Philosophy

Economics

History

Urdu

Sanskrit

English

Hindi

Marathi

Check: SPPU Admission 2020

Maharashtra SET (MH-SET) Examination Pattern

Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (MH-SET) consists of two papers which will be held on the same day of the examination but in two different sessions without any break. Both the papers will consist of objective type questions.

The first paper will cover 50 Multiple Choice Questions and the candidates will be given 60 minutes for the same; while the second paper will have 100 Multiple Choice Questions and the candidates will be given 120 minutes to finish the paper. For every correct answer, the candidate will earn 2 marks each while there will be no negative marking for the wrong answers. For more details related to the Maharashtra SET examination, check the highlights table below:

Pattern

Paper - I

Paper - II

Type of Examination

Multiple Choice Question

Mode of Examination

Offline

Marks Per Question

2 marks

Negative Marking

No

Language

English

Total No. of Questions

50 Questions

100 Questions

Duration of Papers

60 minutes

120 minutes

Timings

10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

11:30 a.m. – 01:30 p.m.

Syllabus

Quantitative Aptitude, General Awareness, English Comprehension, General Intelligence and Reasoning

Based on the subject selected by the candidate

MH SET 2020: Exam Centers

Candidates could check the tabulation below for exam centers of MH SET 2020.

Panaji (Goa)

Gadchiroli

Chandrapur

Nagpur

Amravati

Nanded

Aurangabad

Jalgaon

Dhule

Nashik

Ahmednagar

Solapur

Kolhapur

Pune

Mumbai

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The postponed MH SET 2020 was rescheduled by SPPU to be held on December 27, 2020. Check: Direct link for MH SET 2020

Candidates could check the official website of MH SET for regular updates on the examination, syllabus, eligibility, and preparation tips for the exam.

Maharashtra SET (MH-SET) Examination Selection Criteria

Those candidates will be considered eligible for Assistant Professors who obtain minimum aggregate marks in both the papers (taken together) as follows:

Category

Minimum marks (%) to be obtained (Marks of both Paper- I and Paper - II are taken together)

OPEN/EWS/Orphan

40% aggregate marks

Reserved Category

35% aggregate marks