In Rajasthan State Commerce's three subjects will have only one set of paper

In Rajasthan State Commerce's three subjects will have only one set of paper 

State Eligibility Test Exam will be held in the Rajasthan after nine years

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Rajasthan state will host the State Eligibility Test Exam after nine years. In state universities and colleges, three subjects will be covered under the commerce subject. Following the release of the exam's curriculum, around five lakh candidates taking the subject of commerce are in shock. 

When pursuing a master's degree, students select a topic from the following: business administration, economics administration, financial management and accounts, and business statistics. However, there will only be one paper on commerce in the set test, making it challenging for the candidate to pass. 

Candidates say that since three commerce related exams are required for the RPSC's Assistant Professor position, they question the need for a different arrangement in the set. 

Since the same subject is covered in many other state’s commerce exams, candidates from other states will profit from this. 

Govind Guru Tribal University has been given the duty of giving the SET test by the government. There is only one commerce paper in NET, on this basis the syllabus for the SET exam has already been prepared. 

Here the state government has the rights to change the syllabus according to its state, but the subject of commerce has been ignored.

The Rajasthan State Eligibility Test for 29 subjects is scheduled for March 19 at divisional headquarters. Likewise the exam syllabus has also been released. The application process will start from 12th January and will continue till 11th February, 2023. Candidates will be able to apply through SSO portal. After clearing this exam, the candidates will be eligible for the post of Assistant Professor of the college. 


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