The cut off aggregate/percentage of Karnataka State Eligibility Test (KSET) 2016-2017 has been declared for the examination held on December 11, 2016. The eligibility test for Lecturer / Assistant Professorship vacancies was conducted by the University of Mysore, which is also to conduct the next two KSET exams. The KSET exam was conducted in total for 39 subjects.
The expected date of announcement of KSET-2016 results in the month of March, 2017 according the notice displayed at the official website (www.kset.uni-mysore.ac.in). Going by that notice, KSET results should be out any day now.
Kindly Note: Wherever # mark is there in the key answers means Grace mark will be awarded to that question irrespective of whether the candidate answered or not.
The candidates who had sought clarifications for Provisional Key Answers and still having any grievances with regard to Final answer key(s) and after declaration of result, he/she may further challenge the final key answers with a written request and a Demand Draft of Rs.5,000/- in favour of Co-ordinator, KSET center, Pareeksha Bhavan, University of Mysore, Mysore – 570 005, within 15days from the date of declaration of KSET -2016 examination result. The request(s) challenging the Answer Keys so received will be placed again before the Expert Committee(s) for re-examination of the answer key(s).
The test consisted of three papers. The test for all the three papers consisted of only Multiple-choice Questions (MCQ). The test was conducted in two separate sessions. Procedure and Criteria for Declaration of KSET Result:
This will comprise the following steps for considering a candidate for the eligibility for lectureship:
- Stage 1: The candidates are required to obtain minimum marks separately in Paper-I, Paper-II and Paper-III, such candidates only will be considered for merit list.
- Stage 2: Merit list prepared subject-wise and category-wise using the aggregate marks (total marks of all the three papers) obtained.
- Stage 3: From the merit list prepared in Stage 2, top 15% candidates (in each subject and in each category) will be declared as KSET qualified for eligibility for Lectureship.
The cut off/minimum marks required to qualify KSET 2016 has been given in this PDF at the KSET website. You must check the cut off for the subject you’ve taken the test in.
Over/under 60 thousand candidates have taken the KSET 2016 overall. Around 66 thousand had registered, which was 3 years’ low.