SLET N.E. Region (Assam) 2018 Results Declared : Cut-Off Marks Available: Assam SLET Result 2018 Declared SLET Cutoff Merit List. Assam SLET Result 2018 will be announced. The candidates who will be appeared in the exam they can check Assam State Level Eligibility Test Result 2018 through online. Assam SLET is state level examination, which is held by the State Level Eligibility Test Commission Assam (NE Region) for all those candidates who want do jobs as a professor in Government College and school.
Assam SLET Result 2018
This is notified that the following Roll Nos. appeared in State Level Eligibility Test 2018 (SLET) for N.E. Region (held on 04-02-18) are declared pass in the Test and are Eligible for Lectureship in Colleges and Universities of N. E. States including Sikkim.
The criteria adopted during the finalization of the result is as follows:
a) In order to be considered for eligibility for Assistant Professor, the candidates must have appeared in all the three papers and secured at least 40% aggregate marks in all the three papers taken together for General Category candidates and at least 35% aggregate marks in all the three papers taken together for all candidates belonging to reserved categories, viz SC, ST, OBC (belonging to Non Creamy Layer) and PWD.
b) The calculation is based on the ratio of number of candidates who secure minimum aggregate percentage of marks as prescribed in (i) above in each subject category-wise to the total number of candidates of that category over all subjects fulfilling (i) above multiplied by the total number of slots to be awarded to that category. The nearest whole number obtained as per this formula-provides the number of slots available in any particular subject category-wise.
c) By this method, if the number of slots obtained is less than one, it is taken as one, i.e. a minimum of one slot is awarded wherever a fractions less than one is obtained as per the calculation. However for fractions greater than one, the figure is rounded off to the nearest whole number.
d) The aggregate percentage of all the three papers corresponding to the number of slots derived as per the previous paragraph is taken as the cut-off qualifying percentage marks for a particular subject category-wise.