About WBSET 2020

WBCS has released the admit card of WB SET 2019 on December 6, 2019 in online mode. The last date to download the admit card of WB SET is January 19, 2020. West Bengal College Service Commission (WBCSC) conducts West Bengal State Eligibility Test (WB SET) every year in offline mode for the post of Assistant Professor across the in Universities and Colleges of West Bengal only. The exam is held in 30 subjects for 2 papers – Paper I and Paper II. Selection of candidates is made on the basis of their aggregate marks in both the papers taken together. Top 6% of the appeared candidates in both the papers of WB SET with at least 40% marks (General category) and minimum 35% marks (SC/ST/PWD/Transgenders) are considered qualified for the eligibility to be Assistant Professors.

Frequency: Vacancy Based
Languages Bengali, English +4 More
Conducting Body: West Bengal College Service Commission
Duration 3 Hours

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WBSET 2020 Important Dates

Past Dates and Events

25 Jan, 2020

Answer Key | Mode: Online

06 Dec, 2019 - 19 Jan, 2020

Admit Card | Mode: Online

19 Jan, 2020

Exam | Mode: Offline

02 Sep, 2019 - 30 Sep, 2019

Application | Mode: Online

WBSET 2020 Eligibility Criteria

General category candidates with minimum 55% marks (without rounding off) in Masters OR equivalent exam from recognized Universities/Institutions and reserved category candidates (Other Backward Classes(OBC-NCL)/Scheduled Caste(SC)/Scheduled Tribe(ST)/persons with disability (PWD)/Transgenders with at least 50% marks (without rounding off) are eligible to apply. 

Candidates pursuing Masters or equivalent or are in the final year and whose result is awaited or candidates with delayed qualifying exams can also apply. However, such candidates will be considered eligible for Assistant Professor only if they pass their Masters OR equivalent with at least 55% marks (50% for reserved categories and transgenders). These candidates have to complete their Masters or equivalent exam within 2 years from the date of WB SET result with the required percentage.

PhD degree holders whose Masters had been completed by September 19, 1991 (irrespective of the date of declaration of result) will get a relaxation of 5% in aggregate marks. The qualifying marks for such candidates will be 50%. 

Candidates are advised to appear in the subject of their post-graduation only or if the name of the subject differs in the list of subjects, then they can appear for a related subject. 

Candidates with post-graduate certificate/diploma from an Indian University/Institute or foreign degree/diploma/certificate from any foreign University/institute must ascertain that their diploma/degree/certificate is equivalent to the Masters degree of recognized Indian universities from Association of Indian Universities (AIU), New Delhi. Such candidates can also apply for WB SET. 

WB SET Eligibility Criteria  - Exemption

Candidates passed UGC/CSIR JRF exam before 1989 need not to take NET/WB SET.

Candidates having cleared WB SET accredited by UGC held before June 1, 2002 are eligible to apply for Assistant Professors across India. For SET conducted from June 1, 2002 onwards, the qualified candidates can apply for the post of Assistant Professors only in the Universities/Colleges situated in the respective state only (from where they have qualified SET exam).

WBSET 2020 Application Process

Mode of Application : Online

Mode of Payment : Net Banking | Credit Card | Debit Card | Other

WB SET application form was available in online mode. Check all stages of WB SET application form here. 

Fill the Application Form 

Candidates have to start with the filling particulars like exam details, personal details, qualification details and uploading the required documents at the very first stage of WB SET application form. If the data entered is correct, candidates have to click on submit button, which will take them to the next stage of the application procedure.  

Upload Photograph & Signature

After candidates would have entered all the details in the respective columns, they have to move to the next stage which is to upload their photograph and signature in the prescribed format and dimension.  

Preview Particulars 

Once all the required details are entered and photograph and signature uploaded correctly, candidates have to the option to preview the application form. This stage is important from the perspective of correcting any detail or pictures, etc. in case not correct. Candidates must ensure that all the details required are correct. While previewing, candidates can make chances/corrections if required. Click on submit to move to the next stage. 

The registration process will get completed here with the system generating a registration number and a password for candidates. Keep the same for future references. These details will also be sent to to the candidates via email. 

Fee Payment 

For fee payment, candidates will have three options – “PAY NOW”, “DOWNLOAD CHALLAN” and “PAY LATER & EXIT”. Candidates have to opt for any option as per their comfort. For online payment, candidates have to pay through Credit Card, Debit Card and Internet Banking. While paying through challan, candidates have to take a print-out of the challan and pay in cash at any branch of United Bank of India. However, payment via challan can only be done only after two banking days (after generation of challan), including Bank charges of Rs. 48. For online payment, the additional processing charges have to be paid by the candidates. 

Fee – Rs. 1000 for General

Rs. 500 for OBC-NCL

Rs. 250 for SC, ST, PwD, Transgender. 

Application Fees

Category Quota Mode Gender Amount
General Online Male, Female ₹ 1000
SC, ST Online Male, Female ₹ 250
OBC Online Male, Female ₹ 500
General, ST, SC, OBC Online Transgender ₹ 250
General, ST, SC, OBC PWD Online Male, Female ₹ 250

WBSET 2020 Syllabus

Introduction of anthropology
Human genetics
Typo-technology and palaeolithie culture features
Holocene culture
Evolution social structure and organization
Economics and political organization : religion and magic
Indian anthropology : basic concepts and issues
Theories of evolution
Distribution, characteristics, classification, position of man in animal aingdom
History and development, concept, scope and emerging trends—relation to other sciences and medicine
Red cell enzymes
Environmental archaeology
Earliest cultures {primitive hunter-gatherers}
Final hunter-gatherer and incipient cultivators (mesolithic cultures)
The meaning and nature of culture
Contribution to social-cultural anthropology
Weaker sections in Indian population: scheduled castes (SC), scheduled tribes (ST) and primitive tribal groups (PTG), denitrified communities, basic of labeling as ST and SC according to constitution
Chemical science
Structure and bonding
Acids and bases
Redox reactions
Energetic and dynamics of chemical reactions
Aspects of s.p.d.f. block elements
IUPAC nomenclature of simple organic and inorganic compounds
Concept of chirality
Common organic reactions and mechanisms
Elementary principles and applications of electronic, vibration, NMR, EPR and mass spectral techniques to simple structural problems
Data analysis
Quantum chemistry
The variation method and perturbation theory
Born-Oppenheimer approximation
Group theoretical representations and quantum mechanics
Chemical equilibrium
Ideal and non-ideal solutions
Surface phenomena
Statistical thermodynamics
Non-equilibrium thermodynamics
Reaction kinetics
Fast reaction
Nuclear chemistry
Chemistry of Non-transition eelements
Chemistry of transition elements
Chemistry of lanthanides and actinides
Organ metallic chemistry of transition elements
Topics in analytical chemistry
Bioinorganic chemistry
Stereochemistry and conformational analysis
Selective organic name reactions
Mechanisms of organic reaction
Per cyclic reactions
Heterocyclic chemistry
Reagents in organic synthesis
Chemistry of natural products
Bioorganic chemistry
Computer sciences and applications
Discrete structures
Computer arithmetic
Programming in C and C++
Relational database design and SQL
Data and file structure
Computer networks
System software and compilers
Operating systems
Software engineering
Current trends and technologies
Combinational circuit design
Database concept
Display systems
Programming language concept, paradigms and models
Analog and digital transmission
Software development models
Definitions, AL approach for solving problems
Theory of computation
Context free grammars
Turing machine
Models for information channel
Variable length codes
Error correcting and detecting codes
Images processing
Data compression techniques
Linear programming
Shortest path problem
Non-linear programming
Neural network
Fuzzy system
Earth, atmospheric, ocean and planetary sciences
The earth and the solar system
Earth materials, surface features and processes
Surface features and processes
Interior of the earth, deformation and tectonics
Oceans and atmosphere
Environmental earth sciences
Mineralogy and petrology
Structural geology and geotectonic
Paleontology and its applications
Sediment logy and sratigraphy
Marine geology and pale oceanography
Economic geology
Precambrian geology and crustal evolution
Quaternary geology
Applied geology
Physical geography
Environmental geography
Geography of India
Signal processing
Field theory
Numerical analysis and inversion
Gravity and magnetic fields of the earth
Plate tectonics and geodynamics
Seismology and tomography
Gravity and magnetic methods
Electrical and electromagnetic methods
Seismic methods
Well logging and other methods
Physical meteorology
Atmospheric electricity
Cloud physics
Dynamic meteorology
Numerical weather prediction
General circulation and climate modeling
Synoptic meteorology
Aviation meteorology
Satellite meteorology
Ocean sciences
Physical oceanography
Chemical oceanography
Geological oceanography
Biological oceanography
Micro-economic analysis
Macro–economic analysis
Development and planning
Public finance
International economics
Indian economy
Statistical methods
Theory of demand
Keynesian and post-keynesian approaches to theory of output and employment
Development and growth
Theories of taxation, types, incidence and effects
Monetary approach and adjustment in the balance of payment
Components of money supply
Industrial structure and economic growth
Population and economic development
Role of agriculture in Indian economy
Application of differential and integral calculus in theories of consumer behaviour
Single equation linear model
Simultaneous equation models
Theory of consumer behaviour and theory of firms
The rise and fall of Bretton-Wood and emerging international monetary system
Growth and productivity trends in Indian agriculture
Planning and economic development
Philosophical foundation of education
Sociological foundations of education
Psychological foundation of education
Methodology of education research
Western school of philosophy
Meaning and nature, education and social change, constraints on social change
Process of growth and development
Intelligence its theories and measurement
Learning and motivation
Personality - type and trait theories - measurements of personality
Concept and principles of guidance and counseling, types of guidance and counselling
Sample: concept of population and sample, various methods of sampling
Hypotheses : concept, difference with assumptions, source, various type hypothesi
Tools : questionaire, observation and interview as tools of data collection and scales
Descriptive research
Experimental research
Qualitative research
Universalization of elementary education in India
Construction and development of curriculum
Curriculum evaluation
Development of modern concept of educational administration from 1900 to present-day
Educational measurement and evaluation concept, scope, need and relevance
Meaning and scope of education technology
Concept and nature of special education
Teacher education : historical perspective recommendations of various commissions on teacher education
Electronic science
Electronic transport in semiconductor
Superposition, the venin, norton and maximum power transfer theorms
Rectifiers, voltage regulated ICs and regulated power supply
Logic families
Architecture of 8085 and 8086 microprocessors
Introduction of high level programming language
Maxwell’s equations
Basic principles of amplitude
Characteristics if solid state power devices
Optical sources
Open loop and close loop control system
Chaucer to Shakespeare
Jacobean to restoration periods
Augustan age : 18th century literature
Romantic period
Victorian period
Modern period
Contemporary period
American and other non-British literatures
Literary theory and criticism
Rhetoric and prosody
British literature from Chaucer to the present day
Criticism and literary theory
Literary comprehension
Up to the renaissance
Augustan age: 18th century literature
Victorian and pre-raphaelites
Modern British literature
Contemporary British literature
Literary theory and criticism up to T.S. Eliot
Contemporary theory
History of english language, english language teaching
European literature from classical age to the 20th century
Indian writing in english and Indian literature in english translation
American and other non-British english literature
General paper on teaching and research aptitude
Teaching aptitude
Research aptitude
Reading comprehension
Reasoning (including mathematical)
Logical reasoning
Data interpretation
Information and communication technology
People and environment
Higher education system : governance, polity and administration
Geographic thought
Population geography
History of geographic thought
Geography-core and elective/optional
History of geographic thought
Population geography
Settlement geography
Economic geography
Agricultural geography
Industrial geography
Geography of transport and trade
Political geography
Social geography
Cultural geography
Regional planning
Geography of India
Statistical methods
Home science
Food science
Nutrition science
Institutional management
Resource management
Human development
Non-formal education and extension education
Development and educational communication
Methods of research
Food and nutrition
Institutional management and dietetics
Child and human development
Clothing and textiles
Home and community resource management
Home science extension education
Business environment
Financial and management accounting
Business economics
Business statistics and data processing
Business management
Marketing management
Financial management
Human resources management
Banking and financial institution
International business
Accounting and finance
Human resource management
Income tax law and tax planning
Commerce-Elective optional
Accounting and finance
Human resource management
International business
Income tax law and tax planning
Concepts, ideas and terms
Ancient Indian history
Medieval Indian history
Modern Indian history
From the Indus valley civilization to the Mahajanapadas
History of India from 4th century BC to 3rd century ad
India from the 4th century AD to 12th century AD
India from 1206 to 1526
India from 1526 onward
Socio-economic and cultural life under the Mughals
Foundation of the British rule
Economic and social policies
National movement and post-independent India
World history – concepts, ideas and terms
Research in history
Constitutional law of India
Legal theory
Public international law
Family law
Law of contract-general principles
Law of torts
Law of crimes- general principles
Labour law
Essential features of Indian constitution
Nature, scope and importance of administrative law
Nature and sources of law
General principles of criminal law - meaning nature, essentials and stages of offence
Environmental pollution - meaning of environmental pollution kinds of pollution
Nature of international law and its sources
Adoption and guardianship
Matrimonial remedies
Uniform civil code
Concept and development of human rights
Nature and definition of tort
Partnership act - nature and essential of partnership mutual rights and liabilities of partners, advantages of registration of firms
Library and informational science
Information, information science, information society
Laws of library science
Sources of information
Reference and information services, referral service
Organization of knowledge/information
Management and principles functions schools of thought
Information technology components
Library automation
Types of research, basis, applied, interdisciplinary
Types of libraries-national, public, academic and special objectives
Life science
Cell biology
Evolutionary biology
Environmental biology
Biodiversity and taxonomy
Principles of taxonomy as applied to the systamics and classification of plant kingdom
Patterns of variation in morphology and life history in plants, broad outlines of classification phytes and pteridophytes
Comparative anatomy and developmental morphology of gymnosperms and angiosperms
Androgen sis and gynogenesis
Plants and civilization
Water relation
Physiology and biochemistry and seed dormancy and germination
Principles of plant breeding
Principles of taxonomy as applied to the systematic and classification of the animal kingdom
Classification and comparative anatomy of protochordates and chordates
Histology of mammalian organ systems, nutrition, digestion and absorption
Gametogenesis in animals
Feeding, learning, social and sexual behavior of animals
Important human and veterinary parasites (protozoan’s and helminthes)
Arthropods and vectors of human diseases (mosquitoes, lice, flies and ticks)
The law DNA constancy and C-value paradox
Structure of pro-and eukaryotic cells
Interactions between environment and biota
Ecosystem dynamics and management
Physical-chemical properties of water
Structure, classification, genetics, reproduction and physiology of bacteria and viruses (of bacteria, plants and animals)
Microbial fermentation
Enzyme Kinetics (negative and positive cooperatively)
Van der Wall’s electrostatic, hydrogen bonding and hydrophobic interaction
Glycol sis and TCA cycle
Energy metabolism (concept of free energy)
Fine structure of gene, eukaryotic genome organization
Organization of transcriptional units
Regulation of gene expression in pro and eukaryotes
Biochemistry and molecular biology and cancer
Lysogeny and lyric cycle in bacteriophages
Principles and methods of genetic engineering and gene targeting
Cell and tissue culture in plants and animals
Structure and organization of membranes
Principles and application of light
Principles and applications of gel-filtration, ion-exchange and affinity chromatography
Principles and techniques of nucleic acid hybridization and cot curves
Principles’ of biophysical methods used for analysis of biopolymer
Principles and applications of tracer techniques in biology
Principles of practice statistical methods in biological research
Mass communication and journalism
Communication and journalism
Role of media in society
Journalism as a profession
History of print and broadcast media in general with particular reference to India
Communication and theories of social change
Introduction of research methods and process
Colonial structures of communication
Radio and TV and video as media of communication
Ad copy and layout
Public relations
Public opinion
The techniques
Different forms of writing
Printing technology and production methods
News agencies
Syndicates and freelancing
Specialized areas of journalism
Mathematics science
Basic concepts of real and complex analysis
Basic concept of linear algebra
Basic concept of probability
Linear programming basic concepts
Real analysis
Complex analysis
Linear,algebra, vector spaces
Differential equations
Data analysis basic concepts
Probability Distribution
Theory of Statistics
Stastical methods and Data Anlysis
Operational Research Modelling
Linear programming
Finite population
Design of experiments
Advance analysis
Advance algebra
Functional analysis
Discrete mathematics
Ordinary and partial difference equation
Number theory
Fluid mechanics
Differential geometry
Calculus of variations
Linear integral equations
Numerical analysis
Integral transformal place transform
Mathematical programming revised simplex method
Measure theory
Distribution theory
Statistical inference and decision theory
Large sample statistical methods
Multivariate statistical analysis
Linear models and regression
Sample surveys
Time-series analysis
Stochastic porocess
Demography and vital statistics
Industrial statistics
Inventory and queuing theory
Dynamic programming and marketing
Applied theory
Compositional forms and their evolution
Gharanas and gayaki
Contribution of scholars to Indian music and their textual tradition
Historical perspective of music
Folk music
Music teaching and research technologies
Music- Elective optional
Aesthetics, rasa
Gharanas, baj, sampradaya, composers and musicians
Interdisciplinary studies in music and philosophy, music and religion music and culture, music and social sciences, music and science
New trends of Indian music in post-independence era
Research in music and its new avenues, music education
Folk music, music festivals, temple music
Classical Indian philosophy
Modern Indian thinkers
Classical western philosophy
Modern western philosophy
Vyavaharika and paramarthika satta
Nitya and anitya dravya
Dik and kâla
Sâmänya and sambandha
Cit, acit and atman
Appearance and reality
Being and becoming
Casuality, space and time
Matter, mind and self
Substance and universals
The problem of personal identity
Kind of pramânas
Anvitabhidhânavâda and abhihitânvayavâda, sabdagrah
Definition of knowledge
Ways of knowing
Theories of error
Theories of truth
Belief and skepticism
Problem of induction
Concept of pratyaksa in nyaya
Concept of pratyaksa in buddhism
Concept of pratyaksa in sâmkara vedânta
Nature and kinds of anumâna
Definition and nature of vyâpti
Rna and Rta
Purusârtha and svadharma
Varnadharma and asramadharma
Niskâmakarma and lokasamgraha
Pancasila and triratnas
Good, right, justice
Duty and obligation
Cardinal virtues
Freedom and responsibility
Crime and punishment
Ethical cognitivism and non-cognitivism
Ethical realism and intuitionism
Kant’s moral theory
Kinds of utilitarianism
Human rights and social disparities
Truth and validity
Nature of propositions
Categorical syllogism
laws of thought
Classification of propositions
Square of opposition
Truth functions and propositional logic
Quantification and rules of quantification decision procedures
Proving validity
Argument and argument-form
Axiomatic system
jainism and sikhism
Zoroastrianism, judaism, christianity and islam
Tribal religions of India)
The linguistic turn and the conception of philosophy
proposed solutions
Phenomenology as an approach to the understanding of the human condition
Brahman as the cause of the world
Conceptions of knowledge
Sources, general features, similarities and differences, brahman
Physical education
Introduction to and definition, aim and objectives of physical education and other terms-health education and recreation
Physiology of muscular activity, neurotransmission and movement mechanism
Joint and their movements=-planes and exes
Learning process-theories and laws of learning
Development of teacher education in physical education
Health guiding principles of health and health education
Characteristics and principles of sports training
Nature, scope and type of research
Concept of test, measurement and evaluation
Concept and principles of management
Physical science
Basic mathematical methods
Classical dynamics
Quantum physics and applications
Thermodynamic and statistical physics
Experimental design
Atomic and molecular physics
Condensed matter physics
Nuclear and particle physics
Perceptual process
Learning process
Memory process
Memory and forgetting
Thinking and problem solving
Motivation and emotion
Human abilities
Research methodology
Measurement and testing
Biological basis of behaviour
Signal detection theory
Learning theories
Models of memory
Cognitive strategies
Historical antecedents of motivation from mechanism to cognition cognition bases of emotions
Theories of intelligence
Clinical and growth approaches to personality
Research designs
Psychological scaling
Methods of physiological psychology
Current trends in social psychology
Current trends in social psychology
Developmental processes
Developmental processes
Human development and individual differences
Human development and individual differences
Development of industrial and organizational psychology
Development of industrial and organization psychology
Vedic literature
Grammar and linguistics
Sanskrit literature and poetics
Brahmanas and Aranyakas
Grammer and school of vedic svarita
Study of the contents and main concepts with special reference to the Upanishads
General and brief introduction of Vedangas
Etymology of the words
Mahabhasya (paspasahnika)
Explanation and critical quetsions
Kautiliya arthasastra
Siddh ntakaumandi
Inscriptions of Asoka
Post-maryann Inscription
Gupta and post-gupta inscriptions
Sociological concepts
Sociological theory
Phenomenology and ethno methodology
Neo-functionalism and neo-Marxism
Structuration and post-modernism
Conceptualizing Indian society
Theoretical perspectives
Contemporary issues : socio-cultural
Contemporary issues ; developmental
Issues pertaining to deviance
Current debates
The challenges of globalization
Rural sociology
Industry and society
Sociology of development
Population and society
Gender and society

WBSET 2020 Preparation Tips

WB SET Preparation Tips 

   • Know the syllabus and exam pattern of WB SET thoroughly. 

   • Divide and make plan for preparation as per the syllabus and time left for the exam. 

   • Buy the best books to prepare for the test. Make your daily targets and try to meet them without fail.  

   • Take mock tests and practise as much sample papers and previous years question papers of WB SET as you can. 

   • Make short notes during your preparation. Use these short notes while you revise the topics. 

   • Keep some days for revision. Make use of these short notes to revise the entire syllabus again. 

   • Avoid taking any new topic or chapter during the last lap of the preparation. 

WBSET 2020 Exam Pattern

WBSET Paper 1 Exam Pattern

WB SET Exam Pattern 2018 – Paper I 

WB SET 2018 exam will have 2 papers – paper I and paper II. Both the papers are compulsory and will be held separately in 2 sessions, in offline mode. Paper 1 is held for 1 hour wherein candidates have to answer 50 objective type questions. Each correct answer will get 2 marks. There is no negative marking in WB SET 2018. The questions in Paper I will be general in nature, intended to assess the teaching, research aptitude of the candidate. Paper I questions are designed to test reasoning ability, divergent thinking, comprehension, and general awareness of the candidate.

WBSET Paper 2 Exam Pattern

WB SET Exam Pattern 2018 – Paper II 

Paper II of WB SET 2018 will have 100 questions which need to be answered in 2 hours. All questions are compulsory and candidates will get 2 marks for each correct answer. Like Paper I, Paper II will also not have any negative marking and will be held in offline mode. Questions in this paper will be asked from the subject which candidates have opted for.

The authority has released the admit card of WB SET on December 6. Candidates can download the admit card of WBSET till January 19, 2020 only. Only those candidates who had submitted the application form correctly for the exam within the given time frame were able to download their admit card. Candidates had to download their admit card of WB SET by entering their required credentials on the login page. The admit card was not sent to any candidate via post or any other means. They only had to download it online. After downloading, candidates had to ensure that all information given on it was correct. WB SET admit card was to be carried to the respective examination centre or else candidates would not be permitted to take the exam or enter the examination hall.

How to download WB SET Admit Card 

  • Go to the admit card link and click on it
  •  Enter WB SET credentials
  • Download the admit card and take print

Any type of correction in the admit card was done after verification of attendance sheet and id proof of the candidate during the examination. 

WBSET 2020 Exam Centers

State City
West Bengal Kolkata
South 24 Parganas
North 24 Parganas
Purba Bardhaman
Paschim Bardhaman
Purba Medinipur
Paschim Medinipur
Cooch Behar

Documents Required at Exam

  • Admit card
  • Voter ID
  • Aadhaar card
  • Passport
  • PAN card
  • Driving license

WB SET answer key has been released for all 30 papers by the examination authority. The answer key of WB SET carries correct answer options of all the questions asked in the paper I and paper II. The answer key has come combined in one file and candidates must check the answer key for the paper they have appeared in. The answer key gives an idea to the candidates to calculate their probable scores in the exam. 

How to download WB SET Answer key

  • Go to the official website of the examination authority
  • Click on the answer key download link
  • Download the answer key, compare your answers and calculate your probable marks

WB SET result  will be announced in online mode. Candidates can check their result by entering their registration number of WB SET and password in the login window. As per WBCSC, top 6% of the candidates taking the test (in both papers) and securing minimum 40% aggregate marks (General Category) in paper I and II be taken together for qualifying in the exam. Reserved category candidates need to obtain at least 35% aggregate marks in both the papers taken together will be declared qualified for eligibility to be Assistant Professor. 

How to check WB SET Result 

  • Visit the result link  

  • Enter application number and password of WB SET     

  • Click on submit button

  • Check your qualifying status and marks

There are two types of cut offs of WB SET – one is the minimum qualifying marks and the other one is the subject-wise and category-wise cut off percentage. As per the qualifying criteria, the top 6% of the candidates who have taken both the papers and have secured 40% or above (General category) will be considered eligible for Assistant Professorship. For reserved categories, the qualifying criteria is 35% aggregate marks in Paper I and II taken together.  

WBCSC will also release subject-wise and category-wise cut off percentage of WB SET. Candidates have to check the cut off online by entering the required credentials. The cut off of WB SET will be different for each subject, as per the different categories of the candidates.  

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