WBCSC State Eligibility Test Admit Card 2018 SET Exam Date | Syllabus:
The West Bengal College Service Commission (WBCSC) will be soon released an Official Exam Notification regarding information of Exam Pattern & Syllabus of the Exam going to be conduct for the Selection of Eligible Candidate for the Post of Assistant Professor under the various Universities & Colleges of West Bengal by through a State Eligibility Test (SET). According to the Notification, Examination is schedule to be conduct on December Month 2018 in 3 different Shifts. Candidates who had earlier applied successfully are hereby notified that selection process will be consisted of a Main Written Exam (SET) and after that an Interview which is decided to be held later in 2019.
WBCSC State Eligibility Test Admit Card 2018
Examination for the above said Post of Assistant Professor under the West Bengal College Service Commission for the Recruitment is decided to be conduct on December 2018 and has also been confirmed by WBCSC by making an Official Announcement. Only the candidates who’s Admit Card will be issued by the Commission on their Official Web Portal will be eligible to attend the Examination on December Month 2018.
- Advertisement Category: Exam Date / Admit Card
- Association’s Name: West Bengal College Service Commission (WBCSC)
- Name of the Department: West Bengal Universities and Colleges
- Name of the Post: Assistant Professor
- Exam Date: December 2018
- Exam Type: State Eligibility Test (SET)
- Admit Card Issuance: 10-15 days prior to the Exam Date
- Exam Result Issuance: Probably in January 2019
- Online Web Portal: wbcsc.ac.in
WB SET Admit Card Download Link | Assistant Professors Post
Admit Card / Hall Ticket of the Applicants, who have successfully applied earlier till August 2018, will be issued through Online Mode by releasing it on the Official Web portal of WBCSC. All the Applicants will be required to download their respective Admit Card from the Link given below under the Post and then carry a clear printout of the same with them while going to attend the Exam on the prescribed Date.
How to download WB SET Assistant Professor Admit Card?
- Visit the WBCSC Website through the link given
- Search for Admit Card link given the left of the
- Click on the WBCSC Admit Card link as when you got it.
- It will ask for Application No. & Date of Birth.
- Enter the required details said above and click on
- Admit Card will be displayed as when you click submit after entering details.
Note: Save & take a print out of Admit Card and Carry it while going for Exam.
West Bengal SET Exam Center 2018 State Eligibility Test
Centre of the Exam of the Candidates where the Exam will be conducted on the prescribed date for the Recruitment of Assistant Professor under West Bengal College Service Commission will be allotted along with their Respective Admit Card. Applicants are likely to be called to the Centre nearest to them, according to the details provided by them while applying for the Post. The Test Centers are likely to be at
Kolkata South 24 Pgs Howrah Hooghly North 24 Pgs Nadia Burdwan Asansol Birbhum Purulia Paschim Medinipore Jhargram Murshidabad Sankuru Malda Uttar Dinajpur Siliguri Alipurduar Coochbehar
The Centers may be changed at the discretion of the Commission. However, the candidates are not allowed to change their option for Test Centre of their own.
West Bengal SET Exam Pattern & Syllabus 2018
State Eligibility Test: The Test will consist of three papers. All the three papers will consist of only objective type questions and will be held on December, 2018 in three separate sessions as under:
|1st Paper||50||100||75 Minutes||09:30AM – 10:45 AM|
|2nd Paper||50||100||75 Minutes||11:15AM – 12:30 PM|
|3rd Paper||75||150||150 Minutes||02:00 PM – 04:30 PM|
Paper I will primarily be designed to test reasoning ability, comprehension, divergent thinking and general awareness of the candidate. Sixty (60) multiple choice questions of two marks each will be given, out of which the candidate would be required to answer any fifty (50).
Paper II shall consist of 50 objective type compulsory questions based on the subject selected by the candidate. Each question will carry 2 marks.
Paper III will consist of 75 objective type compulsory questions from the subject selected by the candidate. Each question will carry 2 marks.