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MP SEE Result 2017


MP SEE Result 2017 – Madhya Pradesh SEE Result Out

MP SEE Result: Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) will declare the MP SET Result in April 2017. The MP SET result 2017 will be made available in online mode only.

Name of Commission Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission
Exam Conducted Date 25th Feb 2017 to 8th March 2017
MP SET Result Declaration Date VIEW HERE
Official Website

Click here to check MP SEE Result

The Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission has conducted the exam for State Eligibility Test 2017 in Madhya Pradesh state from 25 Feb 2017 to 8 March 2017.  Soon, the MPPSC will upload the MP SET Result 2017 on its official website such as

Click here to check SSC CHSL Result 2017

How to check the MP SET Result 2017:

Step 1: First, Visit the official website such as
Step 2: Search for the link to “MP SEE Results” and open it.
Step 3: Then, search for the link to “MP SEE Result 2017”.
Step 4: Then, Fill the required details like Roll Number/Admit Card Number and DOB etc
Step 5: After that, click on “submit” button & the MP SEE Result will appear on your screen.
Step 6: Then, Click on “Save” button and take a printout for future use.

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Expected cut off: MP SEE

Applicants who have given the exam have to secure the minimum qualifying marks set by the commission, only 15% of total appeared students will get selected for the next round of recruitment so the competition still exist to be in the top 15% applicants. So here we shall give you an idea of the expected cut off 2017 that the commission exact cut-off could relate with. Here is the minimum qualifying marks category wise for professor/ lecturers eligibility.

Category Minimum Marks (%)
Paper I Paper II Paper III
For Unreserved 40% 40% 75%
For OBC/SC/ST/PWD 35% 35% 60%


Applicants to qualify the exam will have to secure the minimum qualifying marks in three papers – Paper I -Teaching and Research Aptitude, Paper II -selected subject and Paper III-selected subject. MPPSC will prepare two separate merit lists – subject-wise and category-wise aggregating the marks obtained by the applicants in all the three papers. Top 15 % applicants from the merit list will be eligible for appointment as Assistant Professor depending upon the availability of vacancies.


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