MHSET Admit Card 2023 Released – Check Exam Date

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MH SET Admit Card 2023: The admit card for the 38th Maharashtra State Eligibility Test has been released by Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU). To download the Maharashtra SET Admit Card, candidates can visit the official website unipune.ac.in or access the MH SET Admit Card Link provided in this article. Candidates can download their MHSET Hall Ticket by entering their username or application details, or by using their name.

MH SET Admit Card 2023: Overview

Exam AuthoritySavitribai Phule Pune University‚ÄĆ
StateMaharashtra
Exam NameMaharashtra State Eligibility Test (MH SET)
Exam Date26 March 2023
Mode of the ExamOffline
Subjects32
Centers17

Steps to Downloading MH SET Admit Card 2023

If you are looking to download the admit card for the MHSET exam, follow the steps provided below:

  1. Visit the official website, which is https://setexam.unipune.ac.in/.
  2. On the homepage, locate the link that says ‘Download Admit Card by Login’, ‘Download Admit Card by Application Number’, or ‘Download Admit Card by Student Name’.
  3. Enter your login credentials and click on the login button.
  4. Your admit card will appear on the screen.
  5. Download the SET Admit Card and keep a copy for future reference

Download Link for MH SET 2023 Admit Card

The MH SET Exam is scheduled to take place on March 26, 2023 (Sunday) in the states of Maharashtra and Goa. All candidates who are appearing for the exam must ensure that they carry their MH SET admit card with them, along with an additional photo identity proof such as Aadhar Card, PAN Card, Voter ID, etc. To download the MH SET 2023 admit card, candidates can use the official download link.

MH SET Admit Card 2023 by LoginDownload Here
MH SET Admit Card 2023 by Application NumberDownload Here
MH SET Admit Card 2023 by Students’ NameDownload Here

MH SET 2023 Exam Pattern: Paper 1 and Paper 2 Details

The MH SET 2023 exam consists of two papers: Paper 1 and Paper 2. Paper 1 comprises 50 multiple-choice questions, each carrying 2 marks, while Paper 2 comprises 100 multiple-choice questions, each carrying 2 marks. There is no negative marking for either of the papers. The primary objective of Paper 1 is to evaluate the candidate’s teaching/research aptitude, reasoning ability, comprehension, divergent thinking, and general awareness. Paper 1 has four sets, namely A, B, C, and D, with four different Test Booklet Codes. To ensure accurate evaluation, candidates must pre-print and pre-shade the same Test Booklet Code on the OMR sheet as the one on their Test Booklet.