Delhi University SET Procedure | Delhi University SET Pattern | Procedure for DU Super-Specialty Entrance Test (SET)

Procedure for Super-Specialty Entrance Test (SET): The SET shall be held on 05th June 2010 (Saturday) and 06th June 2010 (Sunday). The Examination Centre for the SET would be informed to the candidate at the time of issue of admission ticket.
2.6 Declaration of result of SET: Result of eligible candidates shall be notified on the Notice Board of the Faculty Office and result of all candidates on the website, i.e. www.du.ac.in and www.fmsc.ac.in by 2nd/3rd Week of June 2010.
2.7 Procedure for admission, assignment of institution and payment of fees:
2.7.1 Admission would be made strictly on the basis of merit of the eligible candidates determined by marks obtained in the SET.
2.7.2 In case, two or more candidate obtain equal marks in SET, the inter-se-merit of such candidate shall be determined in order of preference as follows:
(i) The candidate who has passed the qualifying examination (MD/MS/DNB) in the first/less number of attempts will be given preference for admission.

(ii) If the candidate in the tie of marks has passed the qualifying examination (MD/MS/DNB) in the same number of attempts, then the candidate who has got more aggregate marks, taking into consideration marks of all the three professional examinations of MBBS course together, will be given preference for admission.
(iii) If the candidates have equal marks in MBBS also, after taking into consideration marks of all the three professional examinations, then the candidate older/ oldest in age will be given preference for admission.
(iv) The merit list, after breaking the tie, will be displayed at Faculty of Medical Sciences at the time of dispatch of Provisional Letter of Offer

THE TEST

Paper I will consist of 80 objective type of questions (items). Each item will be followed by four responses marked (1), (2), (3) and (4) of which only one will be the correct or the most appropriate one. The test will carry maximum of 320 marks.
Paper II will consist of 120 objective type of questions (items). Each item will be followed by four responses marked (1), (2), (3) and (4) of which only one will be the correct or the most appropriate one. The test will carry maximum of 480 marks.

If you have questions, please ask below

2 Comments

  1. daljeet says:

    can i get previous entrance papers for m.com of sol du………………..plz or the exam pattern

  2. fatma says:

    how much marks are required to pass in each subject in political science honours

Leave a Reply

If you have any questions headover to our forums

You can use these XHTML tags: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <blockquote cite=""> <code> <em> <strong>