The STATE LEVEL ELIGIBILITY TEST COMMISSION, ASSAM (N E Region) has noticed that the Admit Card or Call Letter for SLET Assam and Northeast exam 2018 will be available from 16th January 2018.

Candidates who applied/filled up for the SLET Exam 2018 can be able to download Call Letter through the SLET Commission official website.

It is for information of all Candidates that the Roll Nos of candidates will be uploaded in the website No. and the candidates may download their respective Admit Card w.e.f. 16th January/2018.

The Candidates of other University Centres will have to report at the University for ascertaining the Venue of the exam. For the Candidates of Gauhati University Centre the following venues are selected. The Candidates will have to report at the respective venues.
The Centres and the Venues are indicated in the Admit Card.


Information Brochure

In continuation of earlier notification appeared in the Information Brochure regarding preparation of result the following Guide-lines have been incorporated for information of all concerned. Detail procedure and criteria for declaration of Result of SET, 2018 are published for information of Candidates as communicated by the UGC vide its letter No. F. 4-2/90 (NET) dated 13-06-17. (Ref. clause (11) of Information Brochure, page 6) Qualifying Criteria for Eligibility for Assistant Professor It has been decided by the UGC that 6% of the appearing candidates should be declared qualified for Eligibility for Assistant Professor. 

The following methodology is prescribed for qualifying candidates for Eligibility for SLET Exam 2018 Assistant Professor: 
i) In order to be considered for eligibility for Assistant Professor, the candidates must have appeared in all the three papers and secured at least 40% aggregate marks in all the three papers taken together for General Category Candidates and at least 35% aggregate marks in all the three papers taken together for all Candidates belonging to reserved category SC/ST/OBC (belonging to Non Creamy Layer) and PWD. 

ii) To cite a hypothetical example, if say 600000 Candidates appear UGC-NET 6% of those, i.e. 36000 qualifying slots for Eligibility for Assistant Professor are to be earmarked for different categories as per Government of India policy in this regard. 

iii) FOR NET: As per Government of India reservation policy, a minimum of 27%, 15%, 7.5% and 3% of slots are reserved for the OBC (belonging to Non Creamy Layer), SC, ST and Person with disabilities (PWD) respectively in respect of NET. 

Accordingly, the category-wise slots available for SLET 2018 in each category are as follows: 

OBC (Non-creamy layer)  27.00%  - 9720 
SC    15.00% -  5400 
ST   7.5% -  2700 
PWD   3.00% -  1080 
GEN (Unreserved)   47.50%  - 17100 
Total -  36000  

FOR SET: Similarly, as presented in the above table, the category-wise slots for each category as per the reservation policy prevalent in the State are to be computed for Eligibility of Assistant Professor in respect of SET. To cite a hypothetical example for SET, say 1,20,000 candidates register and out of these 1,00,000 actually appear. Then, the number of qualifying candidates would be 6% of 1,00,000 which is equal of 6,000. These 6,000 candidates would be distributed among various categories as per the reservation policy of the concerned State Government. 

iv) The calculation is based on the ratio of number of candidates who secure minimum aggregate percentage of marks as prescribed in (i) above in each subject category-wise to the total number of candidates of that category over subjects fulfilling (i) above multiplied by the total number of slots to be awarded to that category. The nearest whole number obtained as per this formula provides the number of slots available in any particular subject category-wise. 
v) By this method, if the number of slots obtained is less than one, it is taken as one, i.e. a minimum of one slot is awarded wherever a fraction less than one is obtained as per the calculation. However, for fractions greater than one, the figure is rounded off to the nearest whole number. 
vi) The aggregate percentage of all the three papers corresponding to the number of slots derived as per the previous paragraph is taken as the cut-off qualifying percentage marks for a particular subject category-wise. 

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