Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) Maharashtra has released the admit card for MH-SET 2021 on its official website setexam.unipune.ac.in. The candidates appearing for the Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (MH SET) now can check and download their admit cards using the registration credentials. MH SET will be conducted on September 26, 2021, with an aim to determine the eligibility of the candidates eyeing to become Assistant Professor in the College and Universities of Maharashtra & Goa states.
In order to download MH SET admit card 2021, the candidates need to visit setexam.unipune.ac.in. Thereafter, they have to click on the Maharashtra SET 2021 admit card link available on the homepage of the portal. By doing so, candidates will be directed to a new login page. Wherein, candidate's registration number and date of birth are required. Upon click on submit button, it will result in displaying the SET admit card. All the candidates have to take a printout of the admit card.
September 17, 11 AM- MH SET admit card is now available to download by the candidates. They have to enter their application number and select the date of birth.
Exam Day Instructions:
Key details related to the MH SET 2021 including exam date, exam timing, centre, name of the candidate, roll number and general instructions are printed on the admit card. One has to cross-check the information given and in case of any discrepancy, should reach out to the SPPU Helpdesk via email or contact.
It should be noted that due to some technical errors, the website could be observed down. In such a scenario the applicants have to revisit the website after a short span of time.
At the time of the news report, the website was showing an error (This site is under maintenance...! Sorry for the inconvenience caused. Services will be resumed after 11:00 AM).
According to the pattern proposed by the authorities, MH SET 2021 will be held for Paper 1 and 2. A total of 150 questions (50 questions in Paper 1 and 100 questions in Paper 2) each carrying 2 marks will be asked from the candidates in a total time duration of 3 hours. All the questions will be in multiple-choice and objective type in nature. A total of 300 marks can be awarded to the candidates.
Each correct answer will award +2 marks to the candidate whereas, there is no provision of negative marking in the SET. For not attempting a question there will not be any deduction in marks.