|APSET 2013 SYLLABUS MODEL PAPERS|
The State Governments and Union Territories were given an option of conducting their own test for eligibility for Lectureship at the state level. Thus was born the concept of State Eligibility Test, which will be conducted both in English and the vernacular. The State Eligibility Test (SET) is based on the pattern of the National Eligibility Test (CSIR/UGC-NET) conducted by UGC/CSIR. The State Governments and Union Territories, who wish to conduct the SET are supposed to obtain accreditation from UGC from time to time.
submission of on-line applications : 5.07.2013 to 26.07.2013
With late fee of Rs.100 : 27.07.2013 to 31.07.2013
With late fee of Rs.200 : 1.08.2013 to 5.08.2013
Last Date for Submission of printed
Online Application : 10-08-2013 up to 5.00 PM.
Date of Examination : 22.09.2013
from 9.30 AM to 4.00 PM
Question paper for paper-I is common for all subjects in which SET is conducted and it will be bi-lingua l(English and Telugu). Paper-ll and paper-lll of certain subjects will also be bi-lingual and details are furnished below. The syllabus for paper-l, paper-ll and paper-lll will not send to the candidates by the University.
The APSET will be conducted in objective mode. The test will consist of three papers. All the three papers will consist of multiple choice questions and will be held on the day of examination in two separate sessions as under
First I 60 out of which 50 questions are to be 50×2=100 1¼ Hours (09.30 am to attempted 10.45 am
First II 50 questions all of which are compulsory 50×2=100 1¼ Hours (10.45 am to 12.00 noon)
Second III 75 questions all of which are compulsory 75×2=150 2½ Hours (01.30 pm to 04.00 pm)
Paper-I: General paper on Teaching and Research Aptitude
This paper shall be of general nature intended to assess the teaching/research aptitude of the candidate. It will be primarily designed to test reasoning ability, comprehension, divergent thinking and general awareness of the candidate. There will be sixty (60) multiple-choice questions of two marks each of out of which the candidate will be required to answer any fifty (50). In the event of the candidate attempting more than fifty questions, the first fifty questions attempted by the candidate will be evaluated.
Paper-II: Subject Paper
This paper consists of multiple- choice questions based on the subject selected by the candidates .The paper will consists of fifty (50) multiple choice questions. The candidates will have to answer all the questions. The candidates will have to mark their response for each question on the computer coded optical mark reader (OMR) answer sheet provided along with the test booklet
Paper-III: Subject Paper (in depth questions)
This paper consists of multiple choice questions based on the syllabus of the subject selected by the candidates. The paper will consist of seventy-five (75) multiple-choice questions. The candidates will be required to answer all the questions and have to mark their response for each question on the computer coded optical mark reader(OMR)answer sheet provided along with the test booklet.
Paper-III of all the subjects covers all the specializations of that subject in which SET is conducted.
For example Paper-III of Chemical Sciences covers all specializations such as Analytical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Marine Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry, Applied Chemistry, Nuclear Chemistry, & Bioinorganic Chemistry.
Paper-III of Earth Sciences covers such as Geology, Applied Geology, MS Geology, Geophysics, Meteorology, Marine Geology, Petroleum Geology, Geo- Informatics, Applied Geochemistry & Oceanography.
Paper-III of Life Sciences covers all specializations such as Botany, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Genetics, Microbiology, Zoology, Fishery Science, Animal Biology and Marine Biology.
Paper-III of Mathematical Sciences covers all specializations such as Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Statistics & Applied Statistics.
Paper-III of Physical Sciences covers all specializations such as Atomic and Molecular Physics, Classical Dynamics, Condensed Matter Physics, Electromagnetics, Experimental Design, Electronics, Nuclear Physics, Space Physics, Particle Physics, Quantum Physics and Thermodynamics