About NESLET 2019

State Eligibility Test (SET), formerly known as North East State Level Eligibility Test (NESLET) is conducted by SLET Commission, Assam in offline mode for the recruitment of Assistant Lecturers at institutes/colleges/universities in the states of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Manipur, Meghalaya, Sikkim and Tripura. SET is a combined eligibility examination, conducted for 25 subjects for the 7 northeastern states. There is no age limit and capping to appear in SET. Candidates of any age group and as many times as they want can take SET. The exam consists of two papers – Paper I and II which need to be completed by the test takers in 1 and 2 hours respectively. Pass certificates to the qualified candidates are issued 30 days after the result announcement.

NESLET 2019 Highlights

Full Exam Name State Level Eligibility Test
Short Exam Name NESLET
Conducting Body SLET Commission - Guwahati University
Frequency of Conduct Vacancy Based
Languages Arabic, Assamese +7 More
Mode of Application Offline
Application Fee (General) 800 Rs [Offline]
Mode of Exam Offline
Mode of Counselling Offline
NESLET Paper 1 - Duration 1 Hour +1 More

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NESLET 2019 Important Dates

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Past Dates and Events

27 Jun, 2019

Cut off - Start Date | Mode: Online

26 Jun, 2019

Result | Mode: Online

08 Mar, 2019

Answer Key | Mode: Online

03 Mar, 2019

Exam | Mode: Offline

18 Feb, 2019

Admit Card | Mode: Online

12 Nov, 2018 - 17 Jan, 2019

Application - Last date to pay application fee | Mode: Offline

12 Nov, 2018 - 10 Jan, 2019

Application | Mode: Online

NESLET 2019 Eligibility Criteria

SET (SLET) Eligibility Criteria 2019

General category candidates (Indian Nationals only) passed Masters Degree or equivalent Degree with minimum 55% aggregate marks (without rounding up) are eligible. Schedules Cast (SC)/Scheduled Tribe (ST)/Person with Disability (PWD) category candidates need to have at least 50% marks (without rounding up) in the same qualification. 

Candidates appeared or appearing in the final (or 4th Semester) year of their Master Degree Exam and whose result is awaited or candidates whose qualifying exam has been delayed, are also eligible to apply. Such candidates will be admitted provisionally and the pass certificate will only be given to them once they have passed the Masters Degree exam or equivalent with the required marks. Such candidates have to obtain the Masters Degree within two years from the date of the SET result. 

Candidates having completed Ph.D degree, whose Masters level exam is completed by September 19, 1991 (irrespective of the result declaration) shall be eligible for relaxation of 5% in aggregate marks (i.e from 55% to 50% for appearing in SET).

Qualified candidates can apply for the post of Assistant Professor within the jurisdiction of the Member-States of the SLET Commission.

There is no age limit or fixed number of attempts for appearing in SET. 

Mode of Application : Offline

Mode of Payment : Bank Challan

SET (SLET) Application Form 2019

Documents to be kept ready before filling SET (SLET) Application Form 2019

  • Duly attested M.A/M.Sc./M.Com. certificate and Mark-sheet

  • Scanned Passport sized coloured photograph

  • Scanned copy of the signature

  • Attested copy of SC/ST/OBC* along with non-creamy layer certificate/PWD category certificate (if applicable)

SET (SLET) Application Form 2019 

The application form of SET (SLET) 2019 is available online from November 12 to January 10 and candidates can pay the application fee till January 12, 2019. They have to register using their email ID and mobile number. Further, they need to fill the educational and personal details along with the communication particulars. Apart from these details, a digital copy of the signature, photograph, educational certificates, category certificate, PWD certificate need to be uploaded in the application form. Once all the details are entered, candidates will have the option of previewing the application form. In case corrections are required, candidates can make them at this stage, as no changes can be made after the final submission of the application. Candidates must also note down the generated registration number for future reference.     

After the application submission, candidates have to download the bank challan. Print out of the challan must be taken to the nearest SBI branch for fee payment, two days after the application submission. Candidates must take print the Acknowledgment Slip of the submitted application form for future reference, after 2 days from the day of fee payment.

SET Application Fee

Category

Fee

General

Rs. 800

OBC (Non-creamy layer)

Rs. 650

SC/ST

Rs. 600

PWD

Rs. 400

Application Fees

Category Quota Mode Gender Amount
General Offline Male, Female, Transgender ₹ 800
OBC Offline Male, Female, Transgender ₹ 650
SC, ST Offline Male, Female, Transgender ₹ 600
OBC, SC, General, ST PWD Offline Male, Female, Transgender ₹ 400

NESLET 2019 Syllabus

NESLET Paper 2 Syllabus

Anthropology-

Anthropology: Unit 01
General paper on teaching and research aptitude
Anthropology: Unit 02
Introduction
Anthropology: Unit 03
Evolution
Anthropology: Unit 04
Fossils
Anthropology: Unit 05
Human genetics
Anthropology: Unit 06
Chronology
Anthropology: Unit 07
Typo-technology and paleolithic cultural features
Anthropology: Unit 08
Holocene culture
Anthropology: Unit 09
Evolution, social structure and organization
Anthropology: Unit 10
Economic and political organization: religion and magic
Anthropology: Unit 11
Indian anthropology: basic concepts and issues

Chemical science+

Chemical science: Unit 01
General paper on teaching and research aptitude
Chemical science: Unit 02
Structure and bonding
Chemical science: Unit 03
Acids and bases
Chemical science: Unit 04
Redox reactions
Chemical science: Unit 05
Energetic and dynamics of chemical reactions
Chemical science: Unit 06
Aspects of s.p.d.f. block elements
Chemical science: Unit 07
IUPAC nomenclature of simple organic and inorganic compounds
Chemical science: Unit 08
Concept of chirality
Chemical science: Unit 09
Common organic reactions and mechanisms
Chemical science: Unit 10
Elementary principles and applications of electronic, vibrational, NMR, EPR and Mass Spectral techniques to simple structural problems
Chemical science: Unit 11
Data analysis
Chemical science: Unit 12
Quantum chemistry
Chemical science: Unit 13
The variation method and perturbation theory
Chemical science: Unit 14
Born-Oppenheimer approximation
Chemical science: Unit 15
Group theoretical representations and quantum mechanics
Chemical science: Unit 16
Spectroscopy
Chemical science: Unit 17
Thermodynamics
Chemical science: Unit 18
Chemical equilibrium
Chemical science: Unit 19
Ideal and non-ideal solutions
Chemical science: Unit 20
Electrochemistry
Chemical science: Unit 21
Surface phenomena
Chemical science: Unit 22
Statistical thermodynamics
Chemical science: Unit 23
Non-equilibrium thermodynamics
Chemical science: Unit 24
Reaction kinetics
Chemical science: Unit 25
Fast reaction
Chemical science: Unit 26
Macromolecules
Chemical science: Unit 27
Solids
Chemical science: Unit 28
Nuclear chemistry
Chemical science: Unit 29
Chemistry of non-transition elements
Chemical science: Unit 30
Chemistry of transition elements
Chemical science: Unit 31
Chemistry of lanthanides and actinides
Chemical science: Unit 32
Organometallic chemistry of transition elements
Chemical science: Unit 33
Topics in analytical chemistry
Chemical science: Unit 34
Bionorganic chemistry
Chemical science: Unit 35
Aromaticity
Chemical science: Unit 36
Stereochemistry and conformational analysis
Chemical science: Unit 37
Selective organic name reactions
Chemical science: Unit 38
Mechanisms of organic reaction
Chemical science: Unit 39
Pericyclic reactions
Chemical science: Unit 40
Heterocyclic chemistry
Chemical science: Unit 41
Reagents in organic synthesis
Chemical science: Unit 42
Chemistry of natural products
Chemical science: Unit 43
Bioorganic chemistry
Chemical science: Unit 44
Photochemistry

Commerce+

Commerce: Unit 01
General paper on teaching and research aptitude
Commerce: Unit 02
Business environment
Commerce: Unit 03
Financial and management accounting
Commerce: Unit 04
Business economics
Commerce: Unit 05
Business statistics and data processing
Commerce: Unit 06
Business management
Commerce: Unit 07
Marketing management
Commerce: Unit 08
Financial management
Commerce: Unit 09
Human resources management
Commerce: Unit 10
Banking and financial institution
Commerce: Unit 11
International business
Commerce: Unit 12
Accounting and finance
Commerce: Unit 13
Marketing
Commerce: Unit 14
Human resource management
Commerce: Unit 15
Income tax law and tax planning

Computer science and applications+

Computer science and applications: Unit 01
Teaching and research aptitude
Computer science and applications: Unit 02
Discrete structures
Computer science and applications: Unit 03
Computer arithmetic
Computer science and applications: Unit 04
Programming in C and C++
Computer science and applications: Unit 05
Relational database design and SQL
Computer science and applications: Unit 06
Data and file structures
Computer science and applications: Unit 07
Computer networks
Computer science and applications: Unit 08
System software and compilers
Computer science and applications: Unit 09
Operating systems with case study of Unix
Computer science and applications: Unit 10
Software engineering
Computer science and applications: Unit 11
Current trends and technologies
Computer science and applications: Unit 12
Theory of computation
Computer science and applications: Unit 13
Context free grammars
Computer science and applications: Unit 14
Linear bounded automata
Computer science and applications: Unit 15
Turing machine
Computer science and applications: Unit 16
Chomsky hierarchy of languages
Computer science and applications: Unit 17
Models for information channel
Computer science and applications: Unit 18
Variable length codes
Computer science and applications: Unit 19
Error correcting and detecting codes
Computer science and applications: Unit 20
Image processing
Computer science and applications: Unit 21
Data compression techniques
Computer science and applications: Unit 22
Linear programming problem (LPP)
Computer science and applications: Unit 23
Ellipsoid method
Computer science and applications: Unit 24
Assignment and transportation problems
Computer science and applications: Unit 25
Shortest path problems
Computer science and applications: Unit 26
Network flow problem
Computer science and applications: Unit 27
Matrois
Computer science and applications: Unit 28
Non-linear programming
Computer science and applications: Unit 29
Neural networks
Computer science and applications: Unit 30
Fuzzy systems
Computer science and applications: Unit 31
Unix
Computer science and applications: Unit 32
Windows

Economics paper+

Economics paper: Unit 01
General paper on teaching and research aptitude
Economics paper: Unit 02
Micro-economic analysis
Economics paper: Unit 03
Macro–economic analysis
Economics paper: Unit 04
Development and planning
Economics paper: Unit 05
Public finance
Economics paper: Unit 06
International economics
Economics paper: Unit 07
Indian economy
Economics paper: Unit 08
Statistical methods
Economics paper: Unit 09
Single equation linear model
Economics paper: Unit 10
Simultaneous equation models
Economics paper: Unit 11
Theory of consumer behavior and theory of firms
Economics paper: Unit 12
The rise and fall of Breton Wood and emerging international monetary system
Economics paper: Unit 13
Growth and productivity trends in Indian agriculture development of distributive institutions
Economics paper: Unit 14
Planning and economic development cost, prices, WTO and Indian agriculture

Education+

Education: Unit 01
General paper on teaching and research aptitude
Education: Unit 02
Philosophical foundation of education
Education: Unit 03
Sociological foundations of education
Education: Unit 04
Psychological foundations of education
Education: Unit 05
Methodology of educational research
Education: Unit 06
Leadership in educational administration
Education: Unit 07
Education planning
Education: Unit 08
Educational supervision

English+

English: Unit 01
General paper on teaching and research aptitude
English: Unit 02
Chaucer to Shakespeare
English: Unit 03
Jacobean to restoration periods
English: Unit 04
Augustan age : 18th century literature
English: Unit 05
Romantic period
English: Unit 06
Victorian period
English: Unit 07
Modern period
English: Unit 08
Contemporary period
English: Unit 09
American and other non-British literatures
English: Unit 10
Literary theory and criticism
English: Unit 11
Rhetoric and prosody
English: Unit 12
British literature from Chaucer to the present day
English: Unit 13
Criticism and literary theory
English: Unit 14
Literary comprehension
English: Unit 15
Up to the renaissance
English: Unit 16
Augustan age: 18th century literature
English: Unit 17
Victorian and pre-raphaelites
English: Unit 18
Modern British literature
English: Unit 19
Contemporary British literature
English: Unit 20
Literary theory and criticism up to T. S. Eliot
English: Unit 21
Contemporary theory
English: Unit 22
History of english language,english language teaching
English: Unit 23
European literature from classical age to the 20th century
English: Unit 24
Indian writing in english and Indian literature in english translation
English: Unit 25
American and other non-British english literatures

History+

History: Unit 01
General paper on teaching and research aptitude
History: Unit 02
Concepts, ideas and terms
History: Unit 03
Ancient Indian history
History: Unit 04
Medieval Indian history
History: Unit 05
Modern Indian history
History: Unit 06
From the Indus valley civilization to the Mahajanapadas
History: Unit 07
History of India from 4th century BC to 3rd century ad
History: Unit 08
India from the 4th century AD to 12th century AD
History: Unit 09
India from 1206 to 1526
History: Unit 10
India from 1526 onward
History: Unit 11
Socio-economic and cultural life under the Mughals
History: Unit 12
Foundation of the British rule
History: Unit 13
Economic and social policies
History: Unit 14
National movement and post-independent India
History: Unit 15
World history- concepts, ideas and terms
History: Unit 16
Research in history

Geography+

Geography: Unit 01
General paper on teaching and research aptitude
Geography: Unit 02
Geomorphology
Geography: Unit 03
Climatology
Geography: Unit 04
Oceanography
Geography: Unit 05
Bio-geography
Geography: Unit 06
Geographic thought
Geography: Unit 07
Population geography
Geography: Unit 08
Settlement geography
Geography: Unit 09
Economic geography
Geography: Unit 10
Political geography
Geography: Unit 11
Social geography
Geography: Unit 12
Cultural geography
Geography: Unit 13
Regional planning
Geography: Unit 14
Geography of India
Geography: Unit 15
Cartography
Geography: Unit 16
Statistical methods
Geography: Unit 17
History of geographic thought
Geography: Unit 18
Agricultural geography
Geography: Unit 19
Industrial geography
Geography: Unit 20
Geography of transport and trade

Life science+

Life science: Unit 01
General paper on teaching and research aptitude
Life science: Unit 02
Cell biology
Life science: Unit 03
Biochemistry
Life science: Unit 04
Physiology
Life science: Unit 05
Genetics
Life science: Unit 06
Evolutionary biology
Life science: Unit 07
Environmental biology
Life science: Unit 08
Biodiversity and taxonomy

Mathematical science+

Mathematical science: Unit 01
Teaching and research aptitude
Mathematical science: Unit 02
Basic concepts of real and complex analysis
Mathematical science: Unit 03
Basic concepts of linear algebra
Mathematical science: Unit 04
Basic concepts of probability
Mathematical science: Unit 05
Linear programming basic concepts
Mathematical science: Unit 06
Real analysis
Mathematical science: Unit 07
Complex analysis
Mathematical science: Unit 08
Algebra
Mathematical science: Unit 09
Linear-algebra
Mathematical science: Unit 10
Differential equations
Mathematical science: Unit 11
Data analysis basic concepts
Mathematical science: Unit 12
Probability
Mathematical science: Unit 13
Probability Distribution
Mathematical science: Unit 14
Theory of Statistics
Mathematical science: Unit 15
Stastical methods and data analysis
Mathematical science: Unit 16
Operational Research Modelling
Mathematical science: Unit 17
Linear programming
Mathematical science: Unit 18
Finite population
Mathematical science: Unit 19
Design of experiments
Mathematical science: Unit 20
Advance analysis
Mathematical science: Unit 21
Advanced algebra
Mathematical science: Unit 22
Functional analysis
Mathematical science: Unit 23
Topology
Mathematical science: Unit 24
Discrete mathematics
Mathematical science: Unit 25
Ordinary and partial differential equations
Mathematical science: Unit 26
Number theory
Mathematical science: Unit 27
Mechanics
Mathematical science: Unit 28
Elasticity
Mathematical science: Unit 29
Fluid mechanics
Mathematical science: Unit 30
Differential geometry
Mathematical science: Unit 31
Calculus of variations
Mathematical science: Unit 32
Linear integral equations
Mathematical science: Unit 33
Numerical analysis
Mathematical science: Unit 34
Integral transformable place transform
Mathematical science: Unit 35
Mathematical programming revised simplex method
Mathematical science: Unit 36
Measure theory
Mathematical science: Unit 37
Distribution theory
Mathematical science: Unit 38
Statistical inference and decision theory
Mathematical science: Unit 39
Large sample statistical methods
Mathematical science: Unit 40
Multivariate statistical analysis
Mathematical science: Unit 41
Linear models and regression
Mathematical science: Unit 42
Sample surveys
Mathematical science: Unit 43
Time-series analysis
Mathematical science: Unit 44
Stochastic process
Mathematical science: Unit 45
Demography and vital statistics
Mathematical science: Unit 46
Industrial statistics
Mathematical science: Unit 47
Inventory and queueing theory
Mathematical science: Unit 48
Dynamic programming and marketing

Law+

Law: Unit 01
General paper on teaching and research aptitude
Law: Unit 02
Constitutional law of India
Law: Unit 03
Legal theory
Law: Unit 04
Public international law
Law: Unit 05
Family law
Law: Unit 06
Law of contracts–general principles
Law: Unit 07
Law of torts
Law: Unit 08
Law of crimes–general principles
Law: Unit 09
Labor law
Law: Unit 10
Core and elective/optional

Physical science+

Physical science: Unit 01
General paper on teaching and research aptitude
Physical science: Unit 02
Basic mathematical methods
Physical science: Unit 03
Classical dynamics
Physical science: Unit 04
Electromagnetics
Physical science: Unit 05
Quantum physics and applications
Physical science: Unit 06
Thermodynamic and statistical physics
Physical science: Unit 07
Experimental design
Physical science: Unit 08
Electronics
Physical science: Unit 09
Atomic and molecular physics
Physical science: Unit 10
Condensed matter physics
Physical science: Unit 11
Nuclear and particle physics

Philosophy+

Philosophy: Unit 01
General paper on teaching and research aptitude
Philosophy: Unit 02
Classical Indian philosophy
Philosophy: Unit 03
Carvaka
Philosophy: Unit 04
Buddhism
Philosophy: Unit 05
Nyaya
Philosophy: Unit 06
Vaisesika
Philosophy: Unit 07
Samkhya
Philosophy: Unit 08
Yoga
Philosophy: Unit 09
Visistadvaita
Philosophy: Unit 10
Modern Indian thinkers
Philosophy: Unit 11
Vivekanada
Philosophy: Unit 12
Aurobindo
Philosophy: Unit 13
Iqbal
Philosophy: Unit 14
Tagore
Philosophy: Unit 15
K.C.Bhattacharyya
Philosophy: Unit 16
Radhakrishna
Philosophy: Unit 17
J.Krishnamurti
Philosophy: Unit 18
Gandhi
Philosophy: Unit 19
Ambedkar
Philosophy: Unit 20
Classical western philosophy
Philosophy: Unit 21
Plato
Philosophy: Unit 22
Aristotle
Philosophy: Unit 23
St. Augustine
Philosophy: Unit 24
St. Anselm
Philosophy: Unit 25
St. Thomas aquinas
Philosophy: Unit 26
Modern western philosophy
Philosophy: Unit 27
Descartes
Philosophy: Unit 28
Spinoza
Philosophy: Unit 29
Leibniz
Philosophy: Unit 30
Locke
Philosophy: Unit 31
Berkeley
Philosophy: Unit 32
Hume
Philosophy: Unit 33
Kant
Philosophy: Unit 34
Hegel
Philosophy: Unit 35
Nietzsche
Philosophy: Unit 36
Russell
Philosophy: Unit 37
Wittgenstein
Philosophy: Unit 38
Husserl
Philosophy: Unit 39
Heidegger
Philosophy: Unit 40
Logical positivism
Philosophy: Unit 41
Core group
Philosophy: Unit 42
Elective/optional
Philosophy: Unit 43
General
Philosophy: Unit 44
Problems
Philosophy: Unit 45
Semantics
Philosophy: Unit 46
Pragmatics

Political science+

Political science: Unit 01
General paper on teaching and research aptitude
Political science: Unit 02
Political theory and thought
Political science: Unit 03
Comparative politics and political analysis
Political science: Unit 04
Indian government and politics
Political science: Unit 05
Public administration
Political science: Unit 06
International relations
Political science: Unit 07
Core and elective/optional

Sanskrit+

Sanskrit: Unit 01
General paper on teaching and research aptitude
Sanskrit: Unit 02
Vedic literature
Sanskrit: Unit 03
Darsana
Sanskrit: Unit 04
Grammar and linguistics
Sanskrit: Unit 05
Sanskrit literature and poetics
Sanskrit: Unit 06
Core group
Sanskrit: Unit 07
Sarnhitas
Sanskrit: Unit 08
Brahmans and aranyakas
Sanskrit: Unit 09
Pancamahayajnes grammar and schools of vedic interpretation
Sanskrit: Unit 10
Accent
Sanskrit: Unit 11
Study of the contents and main concepts with special reference to the following Upanisads
Sanskrit: Unit 12
General and brief introduction of Vedangas
Sanskrit: Unit 13
Mahabhasya(paspashnika)
Sanskrit: Unit 14
Siddhantakaumudi
Sanskrit: Unit 15
Linguistics
Sanskrit: Unit 16
Explanation and critical questions
Sanskrit: Unit 17
Ramayana
Sanskrit: Unit 18
Mahabharata
Sanskrit: Unit 19
Puranas
Sanskrit: Unit 20
Kautiliya Arthashastra
Sanskrit: Unit 21
Manusmrti
Sanskrit: Unit 22
Yajnavalkyasmrti
Sanskrit: Unit 23
Poetry
Sanskrit: Unit 24
Prose
Sanskrit: Unit 25
Kavysastra
Sanskrit: Unit 26
Natya
Sanskrit: Unit 27
Natyasastra
Sanskrit: Unit 28
Tarkasamgraha
Sanskrit: Unit 29
Elective/ optional
Sanskrit: Unit 30
Samhitas
Sanskrit: Unit 31
Brahmana
Sanskrit: Unit 32
Rkpratisakhya
Sanskrit: Unit 33
Vakyapadiya
Sanskrit: Unit 34
Siddh ntakaumudi
Sanskrit: Unit 35
Yogasutra
Sanskrit: Unit 36
Vedanta
Sanskrit: Unit 37
Nyaya Vaisesika
Sanskrit: Unit 38
Sarvadars ana-sangraha
Sanskrit: Unit 39
Kavya prakasa
Sanskrit: Unit 40
Vakroktijivitam
Sanskrit: Unit 41
Kavyamimanasa
Sanskrit: Unit 42
Rasagangadhara
Sanskrit: Unit 43
Paleography
Sanskrit: Unit 44
Inscriptions of Asoka
Sanskrit: Unit 45
Gupta and post-gupta inscriptions

Sociology+

Sociology: Unit 01
General paper on teaching and research aptitude
Sociology: Unit 02
Nature of sociology
Sociology: Unit 03
Basic concepts
Sociology: Unit 04
Social structure
Sociology: Unit 05
Social group
Sociology: Unit 06
Social institutions
Sociology: Unit 07
Socialization
Sociology: Unit 08
Social stratification
Sociology: Unit 09
Social change
Sociology: Unit 10
Structural
Sociology: Unit 11
Functional
Sociology: Unit 12
Interactionist
Sociology: Unit 13
Conflict
Sociology: Unit 14
Meaning and nature of social research
Sociology: Unit 15
Quantitative methods
Sociology: Unit 16
Qualitative methods
Sociology: Unit 17
Statistics in social research
Sociology: Unit 18
Core group
Sociology: Unit 19
Phenomenology and ethnomethodology
Sociology: Unit 20
Neo-functionalism and neo-Marxism
Sociology: Unit 21
Structuration and post-modernism
Sociology: Unit 22
Conceptualizing Indian society
Sociology: Unit 23
Theoretical perspectives
Sociology: Unit 24
Contemporary issues: socio-cultural
Sociology: Unit 25
Contemporary issues: developmental
Sociology: Unit 26
Issues pertaining to deviance
Sociology: Unit 27
Current debates
Sociology: Unit 28
The challenges of globalisation
Sociology: Unit 29
Elective / optional
Sociology: Unit 30
Rural sociology
Sociology: Unit 31
Industry and society
Sociology: Unit 32
Sociology of development
Sociology: Unit 33
Population and society
Sociology: Unit 34
Gender and society

NESLET 2019 Preparation Tips

SET (SLET) Preparation Tips 2019

   • Know the exam pattern and the syllabus of SET (SLET).

   • Make a study plan accordingly

   • Get your hands on the best books for SET.  

      Divide the entire syllabus according to the days and month left for preparation.

   • Take as many mock tests as possible and solve ample previous years question papers/sample papers.

   • Make short notes during the preparation.

  • Keep ample amount of time for revision. Use the short notes to cover the syllabus again during revision.

   • Avoid taking any fresh topic during the last phase of the preparation

NESLET 2019 Exam Pattern

NESLET Paper 1 Exam Pattern

SET (SLET) Exam Pattern 2019 – Paper I

The paper will be held in offline mode wherein candidates have to attempt 50 questions out of 60 in 1.15 hours. The questions in paper I are of general nature, intended to assess the teaching/research aptitude of the candidates. Paper I is designed to test reasoning ability, comprehension, divergent thinking and general awareness of the candidates. Each correct answer in this paper will be given 2 marks with no negative marking. This means that the paper will be held for total 100 marks. 

NESLET Paper 2 Exam Pattern

SET (SLET) Exam Pattern 2019 – Paper II

Paper II will also be held offline for 1.15 hours and will be specific as per the subject opted by the candidates. Candidates have to answer all 50 questions for a total of 100 marks. There is no negative marking for incorrect answers, while for each correct answer, candidates will get 2 marks.

SET (SLET) Admit Card 2019 

The admit card of SET 2019 has been released on February 18, 2019, in online mode. Candidates can download it online by entering their application number and date of birth in the login window. SET (SLET) admit card 2019 will not be sent to candidates through any other means. Candidates must download the admit card and check whether all the information reflecting on the admit card is correct. In case of incorrect details on the admit card, candidates must reach out to the authorities for rectification. After downloading, candidates must take a printout of SET admit card 2019. The admit card needs to be carried to the exam centre on the exam day along with the prescribed photo ID proofs. 

How to download SET (SLET) Admit Card 2019

  • Click on the SET (SLET) admit card link

  • Enter your application number and date of birth

  • Click on the download button 

  • Take a print out of the admit card

NESLET 2019 Exam Centers

State City
Assam Guwahati
Dibrugarh
Tezpur
Silchar
Arunachal Pradesh Itanagar
Manipur Imphal
Tripura Bikramnagar
Sikkim Tadong
Mizoram Aizawl

Documents Required at Exam

  • Passport
  • Admit card
  • Passport size photograph (same as used for filling the application)
  • Voter ID
  • Driving license
  • Aadhaar card
  • PAN card

NESLET 2019 Answer Key

SET (SLET) Answer Key 2019

The answer key of SET (SLET) has been released by the authority on March 8, 2019. SET 2019 answer key is available on the official website, separately for Paper I and II. Candidates must cross verify the correctness of their answers and calculate their scores. In case of discrepancies, candidates can submit their objections to Member Secretary SLET Commission (N. E. Region) within 15 days of the publishing of the answer key, along with the proof of correctness. Objections sent after the deadline will not be entertained. After verifying the objections, the exam authority will release the final answer key. The result of SET (SLET) 2019 will be determined by the final answer key. The decision on the final answer key of SET will be final and binding.  

SET (SLET) Result 2019

The result of SLET 2019 is announced by SLET Commission wherein the roll numbers of the qualified candidates as per the papers they have appeared in, is published. Candidates can check their roll numbers as per the category and subject of the paper they have appeared in. As per the qualifying criteria of SET 2019, top 6% appearing candidates in all the three papers will be shortlisted as qualified candidates. However, these top 6% candidates have to secure minimum 40% marks (General) and 35% marks (for reserved category) to be declared qualified for Eligibility for Assistant Professors. Candidates securing the qualifying marks can get their marks through SET Commission’s website after 7 working days from the date of declaration of result. 

How to check SET Result 2019?

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SET Result – Pass Certificate 

Pass Certificate to the candidates will be issued after 45 working days from the date of announcement of SET result.

Candidates can collect the Pass Certificate individually or through any messenger (duly authorized by the candidate with his/her signature). However, the following documents must be produced at the time of collecting the pass certificate. To obtain the pass certificate, candidates have to pay Rs. 250 as application fee through a Bank Draft in favour of Member Secretary SLET Commission, N. E. Region drawn on SBI Guwahati University Branch (2060) only.

Documents needed to collect the pass certificate:

  • Mark-sheet of P.G. Final/3rd and 4th Semester (in original)
       
  • Caste Certificate/Special Category Certificate (in original)
       
  • Admit Card of SET (in original)

Candidates, who find any discrepancy in their SET result can send a written request pertaining to the same to the Member Secretary SLET Commission (N. E. Region) for result rechecking. A Demand Draft (DD) of Rs. 5000 in favour of Member Secretary, SLET Commission, drawn on SBI, Guwahati University Branch (2060) within one month from the date of declaration of the result must be submitted for the same. An expert committee will recheck the result and rectify it. 

SET (SLET) Cut off 2019

SLET Commission releases the cut off of SET 2019. There are two kinds of cut off for SET (SLET) 2019. First is the minimum qualifying marks and second is the subject-wise, category-wise, paper-wise and overall cut off marks. Candidates need to secure both the cut off marks to be considered eligible for the recruitment. The examination authority also releases a list of the successful candidates with their roll numbers and the cut off marks according to the two papers and their category. As per the eligibility of SET, top 6% of the candidates appeared in Paper I and II with 40% marks (General) and 35% marks (reserved category) will be considered qualified for Eligibility for Assistant Professors.  

NESLET 2019 Selection Process

SET (SLET) Selection Procedure 2019

Selection process of SET (SLET) 2019 includes appearing in Paper I and II and obtaining the pass certificate/eligibility certificate. To be considered eligible as Assistant Professor across the colleges/institutes and universities of the 7 northeastern states, candidates need to secure the minimum qualifying cut off marks.

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Thsoe who ahve completed MBA are allowed to do set exma or not as management subject is not given in the form

Deblina Maity 20th Feb, 2020

Yes, you are eligible to apply for both NTA UGC-NET exam conducted by NTA and SET exam conducted by different states. Any one who has completed his/her  Masters with minimum of 55% for general category and 50% for SC/ST category are eligible to apply for NET/SET exam. As an MBA student you will be able to give NET/SET exam in Management subject.

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The application fill up for north east slet 2020 ....has they give or not yet ...???...please let me know....

Koyel Bagchi 8th Feb, 2020

Hello,

The application process of slet 2020 is still going.

Last date of this application is 31st march.

So wait for the furthur notice from the official website.

Hope for the best.

Thank you.

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where is the site to apply for north east slet or the date has not yet give ....

Shubham Dhane 9th Feb, 2020

Hello,

The filling of  SLET north east application form was scheduled to  start on january and end in the month of February but the notification is not yet out you can check the official site for filling the application form whenever it is released. Please click the below link to know more https://competition.careers360.com/articles/slet-application-form

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NESLET 2019 result was declared in the month of july 2019 but we have not recieved any information regarding the certificate yet...it is not even updated in its official website...can i have any other links through which i can update myself

Sonali Sahu Student Expert 26th Feb, 2020

hello,

all the important notice,details are uploaded in the official webpage of the board. try to contact to them to their help desk or write a mail to them mentioning your issue and ask them to guide you to get the work done as soon as possible.

As so much time is lapsed, it will become more difficult to get quick response. You should have contacted to the board within few months of no response.

Hope it helps!

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hi! i cant find any link to register and apply for neslet 2020.....could you help me on this please!?

L RESHMASREE 10th Jan, 2020

The below given links will guide you about the information regarding NESLET (this is official site).

http://sletne.org/

By contacting the team through the contact details given in the link, you will get information about 2020 application.

Hope this information helps you.

(http://sletne.org/)

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