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OU to conduct the State Eligibility Test for Ap and Telangana

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Osmania University to conducted the State Eligibility Test (SET) for both Andhra Pradesh and Telangana may lose the accreditation in the event that it neglects to direct the test by February. The individuals who qualify in the SET, can seek the showing posts in schools and colleges regardless of the possibility that they don’t have a Ph.d degree, which is currently compulsory for instructing occupation.

The test was put off once with the Government pronouncing Milad Un Nabi as an authority occasion when it was booked on January 4. The test was rescheduled to February 15 however a few understudies now need the exam put off further as the date goes against the conception festivals of a tribal leaders.


Authorities say, the UGC had consented to put off the date once however changing the date again would be troublesome. Aside from the logistics included in directing the test in 218 examination focuses in both Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, the printing procedure of exam papers is on while security courses of action have additionally been made. In these circumstances, moving date again would mean discovering test focuses amid the exam season starting in March with SSC, Intermediate and other national level passage tests lined up.

The OU might everlastingly lose the chance to direct the test as the UGC takes after stringent standards while certifying a college to lead the SET. “The UGC has admired OU’s capacity to lead the test in free and reasonable way, however ceaseless deferment will influence its notoriety,” an authority said. Also, this is the last joined test for both AP and Telangana.

Around 1.40 lakh competitors have enlisted for test in 27 subjects. Applicants can download their corridor tickets from “www.settsap.org” or “www.osmania.ac.in” from February 2. Physically and Visually Challenged understudies who are not in a position to compose the exam all alone and in need of copyist need to make a former appeal to the Chief Superintendent of the concerned test focus.

Further points of interest can be had on 040-27097733 or by sending an email to ‘settsap@gmail.com’.

The SET is keeping pace with the National Eligibility Test (NET) led by the University Grants Commission (UGC) yet qualification is restricted to Andhra Pradesh and Telangana just.


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