setexam.unipune.ac.in 2023 MH SET Result Expected Date: Maharashtra State Eligibility Test – MH SET Result 2023 is expected to be declared in June 2023. Candidates who applied for the MH SET 2023 are eagerly waiting for their results as it will determine their posting as an assistant professor. Once the result is released, candidates will be able to check their results on the official website of MHSET at www.setexam.unipune.ac.in. A separate result section is dedicated to checking the results. In this article, you will find all the important updates and instructions to check and download MH SET Result 2023.
MH SET Result 2023
Maharashtra State Eligibility Test – MH SET is a state entrance exam for the post of Assistant Professor in Maharashtra and Goa. The exam is accredited by U.G.C. and conducted by Savitribai Phule Pune State University state agency. The exam is conducted for 32 subjects under the faculties of Arts; Commerce; Science; Management; Law; Mental, Moral, & Social Sciences; Education, and Physical Education. After this entrance exam, candidates can get admission to courses including MA, MSc, M.Lib, MTech, MCS, M.com, LLM, MBA/MIM/MHRDM/MFM/MMM/MLS, M.Ed, and M.P.Ed.
MH SET Exam 2023 was conducted on 26th March 2023. Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) will release the MH SET result 2023. MH SET is a 180 minutes (3 hours) duration exam conducted in offline mode. The exam fee is INR 850 for General and INR 650 for the reserved category students. Maharashtra SET was conducted in 8 centers across the state.
Maharashtra State Eligibility Test 2023 Details
|Organization||Savitribai Phule Pune University – SPPU|
|Exam Name||Maharashtra State Eligibility Test – MH SET|
|Frequency||Once a year|
|Mode on Exam||Offline|
|MH SET Exam Date||26th March 2023|
|Result Release Date||June 2023 (Expected)|
|Mode of Release||Online|
|Article Category||Sarkari Result|
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setexam.unipune.ac.in 2023 MHSET Answer Key & Cutoff marks
MH SET Exam answer key 2023 was published on 25th April 2023, a month after the exam. The answer key objection window was open from 25th April – 3rd May 2023. For the MHSET Result, SPPU will release the subject-wise and category-wise merit list. The top 6% of candidates from the merit list will be qualified to become SET-qualified Assistant Professors.
MH SET cutoff marks 2023 will also be released along with the result. Candidates will be able to check the cutoff list on the official website and download the cutoff pdf. After the qualification of the candidates, the university will release MH SET e-certificates for the qualified candidates.
How to Check MH SET Result 2023?
As we know that SPPU (earlier known as the University of Pune) will release the MH SET 2023 result online on their official website, students are advised to keep an eye on the update through this article and check their results responsibly. Here is the step-by-step process on how can you check your MH SET 2023 Result:
- Go to the official website of SET EXAM Pune University at www.setexam.unipune.ac.in.
- On the homepage, check the main menu and click on the ‘Result’ option or visit https://setexam.unipune.ac.in/Result.aspx.
- You will be redirected to the result page of SET.
- Now, from the drop-down option select the exam, and select “SET Exam result 26 March 2023”.
- Select options ‘with marks’ and ‘without marks’.
- If you want your scorecard, select the with marks option and if you just want to check your result status select the without marks option.
- Enter the other required details i.e., your seat number and your name.
- Press ‘enter’ and your MH SET Exam Result 2023 will appear on your screen.
- Download your provisional scorecard for future uses.
|MH SET Result 2023 Link||Available Soon|
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What are the qualifying marks for the MH set?
The total mark of MH SET is 150 marks. To qualify for the exam, candidates are required to obtain a minimum of 50 marks.
Is there a negative marking in MHSET?
No, there is no negative marking system in MHSET. The exam authorities will provide +2 marks for each correct answer and no marks will be deducted for incorrect answers.