AP SET (State Eligibility Test) Results 2012 – www.apset.org

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Osmania University has organized APSET (Andhra Pradesh State Eligibility Test) 2012 on 27 July 2012. This examination was held in various centers in Andhra Pradesh. In this examination a lots of candidates participated. A general approximate number of candidates was more than 1 lakh.

Osmania University is now going to declare APSET results 2012 on last week of September 2012. Those candidates who are so excited to check their results should visit on the official website of Osmania University regularly to check the exact date of result declaration.

All the candidates can check APSET results 2012 on the official website of Osmania University and also can check further notifications, when the official publication will be made by the University. The official websites are www.apset.org and www.osmania.ac.in. For the assistance of the candidates, we have also listed the link below to official website. You can place your comments for any further quarry.

AP SET Results 2012

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2 Responses to AP SET (State Eligibility Test) Results 2012 – www.apset.org

  1. k.kavitha says:

    hi send me only govt recruitment.

  2. Neha says:

    Hi Kavitha,
    Really sorry for your inconvenience.
    This blog covers all the updates on latest government, banking sector recruitment, results, admit cards, answer keys and career updates.
    You are suggested to filter only your staff (government recruitment) and please ignore rest ones. Thanks for understanding.


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