Request for the investigation of J&K SET result 2018.
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With humble submission and due respect, we on behalf of the State Eligibility Test (SET) aspirants who appeared in SET 2017-18 conducted by university of Kashmir, want to submit as under,
The above said examination is a state level competition which is one of the important eligibility condition for appointment of assistant professor. It also makes one eligible for doing higher studies like PhD and M Phil and receiving fellowships for the same without appearing for the entrance exam of the said courses (exempted).
This exam is not a regular exam and is conducted after two or sometimes four years by the university of Kashmir and University of Jammu combined. This leads to high aspirations among the eligible aspirants of the state which work very hard for qualifying it.
The matter of concern which we want to mention here is that the first shocking answer key released by university of Kashmir was unexpected and they have asked for the grievance, based on which SET aspirants of different disciplines have filed their grievances through email. But there was no change in answers which we mentioned through grievance. we all came to know when they released the second revised key and that was really a shocking for all the SET aspirants.The Set result was based on the third answer key, published on the same day was still same as it was. This amounts to the confusions in the examination and doubts about the fairness of the exam conducted by university authorities.
In view of above, we request your good self to please have a look into the matter. We also request you to consider the grievance so that the deserved candidates are provided justice.
Kindly do the needful in this regard.
Yours sincerely and with regards
JKSET Aspirants of different disciplines
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