JK SET Reservation Criteria 2023 (Updated)

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JK SET Reservation Criteria

JK SET Reservation Criteria: Jammu and Kashmir State Eligibility Test (JK SET) is a state-level entrance examination which is conducted in order to recruit assistant professors for various universities and colleges situated in Jammu and Kashmir. The written test for the JK SET is all set to be conducted on October 1, 2023. As per the selection process for JK SET, there are two written rounds conducted before the actual results come out. Like any other exam, there is a reservation criterion for this exam as well. 

In this blog, we will talk about the reservation criteria of JK SET. Here is a quick preview of the JK SET exam 2023. Let’s dive in. 

Particulars Details 
Full Exam Name Jammu and Kashmir State Eligibility Test (JK SET) 
Conducting BodyUniversity Grant Commission (UGC)
Exam Level State Level Exam
Language English 
Mode of ApplicationOnline
Exam Duration 1 hour (Paper 1)2 hours (Paper 2)
Official Websitehttps://admin.jammuuniversity.ac.in/JKSET/index.htm

What are JK SET Reservation Criteria?

The reservation policy for the JKSET/LASET 2023 is the same as per the existing policies of UT of J&K (SO 127 dated 20.4.2020) for the candidates applying for JKSET and of UT of Ladakh

(SO 14, 23.04.2020) for the candidates applying for LASET.

Candidates who belong to the reserved categories in states except for the UT of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) and the UT of Ladakh will be treated as open/unreserved (UR) categories.

Also Read: JK SET Selection Process 2023

Any candidate seeking consideration under the reservation category must ensure that they possess a valid requisite category certificate and domicile certificate for the UT for which they are applying. 

Apart from this, the candidature of the candidate will be provisional till the genuineness of the reserved category certificate is verified by the appointing authority.

Also Read: JK SET Selection Process 2023


Who is eligible for the JKSET exam?

All candidates who hold a UGC master’s degree with a minimum of 55 per cent in the general category. While the reserved group requires a minimum of 50 per cent

Is JK SET conducted every year?

Yes, JK SET is conducted twice every year, i.e. in June/July and December/January.

Is there any negative marking for the JK SET exam?

No, there is no negative marking for the JK SET exam for wrong or unattempted questions. 

We hope this blog provided you with all the necessary information about JK SET reservation criteria. This blog talked about what are the reservation criteria and its rules. 

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