gayathri 07:33 PM November 26th, 2011
what is the minimum eligibility to appear in slet/net
Gunjan 03:19 PM January 31st, 2012
Hello Gayathri, here is the eligibility criteria needed for applying for SLET/NET exam:
For applying for this exam, you must have completed Masterís Degree or equivalent examination from universities/institutions recognised by UGC with minimum 55% marks (without rounding off) and the Scheduled Caste (SC)/Scheduled Tribe (ST)/Physically Handicapped (PH)/Visually Handicapped (VH) category candidates must have scored at least 50% marks (without rounding off) in Masterís degree or equivalent examination.
devapriya 05:44 PM April 28th, 2012
pls send me the net slet application form how i can got the form
Basjeya 12:51 PM February 19th, 2013
I have 53% in M.A.But 78% in M.phil.AmI eligible to write slet or net
Unregistered 02:18 PM February 23rd, 2013
im pursuing my mca 2nd year, can i apply for this exam in my final year
Unregistered 12:01 PM March 17th, 2013
what is the difference between slet and set exam?
Unregistered 11:09 PM March 21st, 2013
i 51% m.a pass . i have net exam ?
Unregistered 08:54 PM March 25th, 2013
I"m a MPT post-graduate aspiring to enter a teaching carrier. does SLET applies to para-medical profession (physiotherapy) too?
Unregistered 10:09 AM February 20th, 2014
I want to know the eligibility to appear the State Level Eligibility Test in Tamil Nadu, can you tell me the same???
Vinodt 10:10 AM February 20th, 2014
Tamil Nadu State Level Eligibility Test is being conducted by the Bharathiar University for recruitment of Lecturers in Universities and Colleges in Tamil Nadu. 1 2
Candidates who have completed/ are pursuing a UGC specified PG degree and secured at least 55% marks is eligible to appear in SLET.
Scheme of the Test:
Paper - I carrying a total of 100 marks, it tests reasoning ability, comprehension and divergent thinking
Paper - II carrying a total of 100 marks contains short questions on the subject selected by the candidates.
Paper - III carries a total of 200 Marks, and consists of only descriptive questions from the syllabus of the subject selected by the candidates
Computer Science & Application,
Ocean and Planetary Sciences,
Journalism & Mass Communication,
Library & Information Sciences,