Eligibility Criteria for Combined Shiksha Shastri Entrance Test [CSSET]:
All the below-mentioned eligibility criteria should be fulfilled by candidates so as to appear in the CSSET Exam if they fail to satisfy the eligibility criteria then they are not eligible to apply for this exam.
- Shastri or B.A. (With Sanskrit) in 10+2+3 Scheme and/or M.A. (Sanskrit)/ Acharya or equivalent traditional degree from any University or recognized examining body having obtained at least 50% marks or equivalent grade. OR The students who have passed Shastri/B.A. (With Sanskrit) Two-year course from any University or recognized examining body should have secured at least 50% marks in the aggregate and or have passed Acharya Ist year /M.A. (Skt) Ist year/Setu (Bridge course)/Vidwanmadhyama/Vidwaduttama examination. For the eligibility of 50%, Shastri/B.A. (with Skt.) marks only will be considered.
- Eligibility conditions for candidates belonging to SC/ST/otherwise abled categories will be 45% marks in the qualifying examinations as mentioned in Para (1) & (2) above. Other conditions, however, will remain the same.
- The proof of having passed the qualifying examination should accompany the application. In case the result is awaited, it must be submitted (declared or confidential) at the time of admission; otherwise, the candidature of the applicant shall stand canceled.
Age Limit: A candidate seeking admission to Shiksha Shastri Course must have completed 20 years of age on or before 1 st October 2017. No age relaxation will be permitted.