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    NEW DELHI: Andhra University, Visakhapatnam has announced the Andhra Pradesh State Eligibility Test (APSET) result on its official portal. The results have been made available on the APSET’s website — apset.net.in. Candidates who have taken the exam can obtain the results from the website.

    Andhra University, Visakhapatnam on behalf of Government of Andhra Pradesh conducted APSET examination on December 20, 2020, in 30 subjects approved by UGC New Delhi. A total of 26527 candidates have appeared for the examination.

    The result notification reads “6% of the appeared candidates who appear in all the three papers should be declared qualified for Eligibility for Assistant Professor /Lecturer. These 6% candidates would be distributed among various categories as per the reservation policy of the concerned State Government. As per Govt. of Andhra Pradesh reservation policy, the percentage allocation of reservations are: BC-A (7%), BC-B (10%),BC-C (1%), BC-D (7%), BC-E (4%), SC (15%), ST (6%). The 33.33% for Women category and 4% for PWD candidates are given reservation vertically in each category.”


    The result notification also reads “The candidates have to secure at least 40% aggregate marks (two papers put together) for candidates belonging to General category and at least 35% aggregate marks (two papers put together) for candidates belonging to reserved categories will be declared qualified for step-1 stage for Eligibility for Assistant Professor/Lecturer.”

    Candidates can check their APSET result either from the official website or from the link given below.



    Direct link: APSET result




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