CSAET Result 2017
|Name of the Organization||Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan|
|Name of the Examination||Combined Shiksha Acharya Entrance Test|
|Name of the Course||Master of Education (M.Ed) courses|
|Time Duration of the course||2 years|
|Date of exam||14th May 2017|
|Date for Result||9th June 2017 (Expected)|
|Category||Merit List/ Result|
CSAET 2017 Cut off
The authority is going to prepare the merit list for the CSAET on the basis of the CSAET cut-off list which will be going to publish on their official website. The merit list of the CSAET will contain the name of all the successful candidates who had qualified the exam and are eligible for taking the admission. The authority will decide the cutoff for the CSAET on the basis of the total number of candidates appeared in the exam, complexity of the paper, and the previous year cut off. The dates of the result, cutoff and merit list is yet not confirmed where the authority has declared that they will be going to release the result on 9th June 2017.
CSAET 2017 Counselling
At the time of the counselling or while going to take the admission, candidates are required to carry the below-listed documents. Coming to its evaluation method, candidate will get the question paper for the Sanskrit Shiksha Acharya Course. The paper is divided into two parts that is Part A and Part B. Candidates has to score at least 50% marks in both the parts including Part A and Part B separately. If in case the candidate will not be able to score 50% marks in the first part of the exam then he or she is out of the selection.
- Age Proof Certificate
- Degree Certificates
- Reservation certificate
- Passport Size Photograph
- Passing certificate from Sansthan
- Medical certificate
- Admit Card
Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan
The Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan is a nodal body which was established on 15th October 1970 and is registered under the Societies Registration Act whose main aim is to promote the Sanskrit language all over the country. Its main function is to publishes and development of the Sanskrit language and to assist the Ministry of HR Development to formulate plans and schemes for the Sanskrit studies.