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MPPSC State Eligibility Test (SET) 2017 – Download admit card by clicking here

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Bhopal: The Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) has finally started releasing the admit cards for the State Eligibility Test (SET) 2017 under state’s MPPSC SET exam 2017. If you are one of those candidates who had filed the form to appear in one of the biggest recruitment drives in the state you can download your admit cards from the official MPPSC website by clicking here.

As per the latest schedule released by the Madhya Pradesh Public service Commission, the exam will be conducted on February 25, 2017 and the students can download the admit card till the exam date. So while there is really no hurry in this regard, though you need to clearly mark the date and ensure that you have downloaded the form and taken out a print out.

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Exam pattern MPPSC SET 2017
Paper I: General studies (200 marks)
Paper II: General aptitude test (200 marks)
How you can download MPPSC SET admit card 2017:
First you need to go to the MPPSC official website (mppsc.nic.in).
Find out the link by scrolling down and click on “Admit card- State Eligibility Test- 2017”
Or click here to directly go to the login page.

When the new window opens, enter your application number, gender, email ID or Mother’s name, enter the code in the fields provided and click on Proceed.
Here you go. You can download the admit card and take a print out.

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