MP SLET 2017 Application Form, Syllabus, Question Paper, Last Date:
The Department of Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) shall be shortly issue a Detailed Notification in respect of the MP State Level Eligible Test 2017; however, State Level Eligibility Test 2017 very shortly through the officially website of the department. Online Form submission form through website of the department when they will upload at the official portal.
MP SCERT SLET Eligible Test Online Application Form 2017
The Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) will be issued Admit Cards, at least, Two Weeks prior to the Commencement of the Date for Madhya Pradesh State Level Eligibility Test 2017. MP State Level Eligible Test 2017 shall be conducted very shortly through the department M.P. State Level Eligibility Test – 2017 for the candidates for Eligibility of Teaching in the Schools under the Madhya Pradesh State Government.
The State Council of Educational Research & Training notified Madhya Pradesh State Level Eligibility Test 2017 consisting of Optical Mark Recognition Based Written Examination of the State Level Eligible Test would be held in the Major Subjects; viz., English, Hindi, History, Economics, Political Science, Sociology, Commerce, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics.
The Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board would conduct the State Council of Educational Research & Training (SCERT) notified Madhya Pradesh State Level Eligibility Test (MPSLET) 2017 in two Sessions as detailed hereunder:
State Level Eligibility Test – 2017 Syllabus and Test Scheme:
The State Level Eligibility Test – 2017 shall be held in two sessions as follows:
|Session||Paper||Marks||Nos. of Multiple Choice Questions||Examination Duration|
|First||I||100||60 (out of which 50 Questions need to be attempted||1½ Hours (09:00 AM – 10:15 AM)|
|First||II||100||50 Questions. All are compulsory||1½ Hours (10:30 AM– 11:45 AM)|
|Second||III||150||50 Questions. All are compulsory||2½ Hours (01:00 PM – 3:30 PM)|
Procedure and Criteria for declaring the MP SLET – 2017:
In compliance with the University Grant Commission’s decision the modified / revised Minimum Qualifying Marks for “The Other Backward Classes (OBC) candidates belonging to Non-Creamy Layer” who have secured at least 50% marks (without round off) in Master Degree or equivalent examination will be eligible for the SET. Further, the minimum marks to be obtained in SET for considering a candidate in Paper I, II and III are as given below:
|Minimum Qualifying Marks (%age) to be obtained by the candidates|
|Category||Paper I||Paper II||Paper III|
|General||40 (40%)||40 (40%)||75 (50%)|
|OBC (Non Creamy Layer)||35 (35%)||35 (35%)||60 (40%)|
|PWD / SC / ST||35 (35%)||35 (35%)||60 (40%)|
MP State Level Eligible Test (SLAT) General Eligibility 2017:
Who have passed (i) General and OBC category candidates their Master’s Degree or equivalent from a Recognized University and has come for Test (54.5% rounding off without mercy and without rounds) are 55% Marks SC Visible / ST Candidates must have *Minimum Qualification from a Recognized University or equivalent Degree with 50% of the brands for the State Level Eligible Test (without Grace and 49.5% rounding off) Without post Graduate Dates in the Brands.
(Ii) At Master Level, relaxation of 5% Discounts on Brand Mobility Disability and Visually Impaired candidates increased for all categories of Disabled is among the Blind Candidates;
(Iii) The Candidate must have in possession Master’s Degree with the Eligibility Percentage of Marks within a year of the MP State Level Eligible Test / State Level Eligibility Test, he / she is set to appear in;
The MP SLET Qualified Candidate must hold / have been issued a Valid certificate; *Advertisers will not be issued the Tin, for the State Level Eligibility Test within one year from the Date of the Requisite Percentage of Marks / he / she should have obtained the Master’s Degree within One Year of the State Level Eligibility Test.
Eligibility Test, if are not having the Minimum Qualifying Marks in their respective Post Graduate Degree would not be considered for State Level Eligibility Test.
For the General candidate holding the Master’s Degree or any other equivalent Degree, are wishing and have passed the Test, it is compulsory for them to complete their respective PG Degree from the Affiliate College.
The Mercy Marks have been given to the candidates, but they somehow might get their Grass Marks on the grounds of their Category / Class.
For the Candidates who have been Grace / Mercy Marks and aim to attempt the State Level Eligibility Test, then it would be not be easy for them to appear at the MP SLET with the Minimum Qualifying Marks.
The General Candidates with Minimum Qualifying Marks @ 55% need to fulfill the Minus Marks.
The Reserved Category Candidates must have obtained Minimum 50% and those with 49.45% are not eligible to appear in the MP State Level Eligible Test.
For the candidates desiring to appear in the Madhya Pradesh State Level Eligible Test / State Level Eligibility Test, they (he / she) must be in possession of the Post Graduate Degree with the Minimum Qualifying Marks prescribed by the Madhya Pradesh State Level Eligibility Test Commission. Such candidates may be entitled for a waiver / concession 5%.
Those candidates awaiting their Post Graduate Result may appear in the MP State Level Eligible Test, but shall be required to submit their respective Post Graduate Degree to become eligible for State Level Eligible Test Certificate.
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The students can download the exam admit card before the examination can get the exam admit card before the examination through the website. The students can downloading exam admit card within in 10 to 15 days from the examination
The department will declare the SLET 2017 MPPSC results along with merit list at the quickest possible from the department. When they will upload their MP SLET 2017 results, then you can download it through the website of the MPPSC Portal.
MPPSC SLET 2017 Application Starting Date-> Coming Soon
Last Date of Form submission -> Release Soon
Last Date of SLET 2017 Examination -> Not Yet declare
Official Website of the Department-> www.mppsc.nic.in