The University of Mysore has announced the KSET results today. The University had administered the Karnataka State Eligibility Test – KSET 2016 on December 11.
The University of Mysore has been recognised by the UGC for conducting the KSET examination for merit-based selection for the entry level of the teaching profession. The varsity had conducted the test in 39 subjects.
As per the rules, two separate merit lists are to be prepared subject-wise and category-wise using the aggregate marks (total marks of all three papers). From each merit list, top 15 percent candidates (in each subject and category) is declared KSET qualified for eligibility for Lectureship. The minimum qualifying marks are 40% in Paper 1 & 2 and 50% in Paper 3 for general category. The qualifying marks are 35% and 40% in the same order for reserved category candidates.
Have objections against final key answers, know how to challenge it
The candidates who have submitted objections to key answers, but still find some errors in the final key answers can challenge the experts’ opinion for one last time. The facility will remain open till April 15, 2017. For this, the candidates will have to send the objections to the KSET Centre and this is to note here that the address of KSET Centre has been changed.
The candidates are required to submit a written request and a Demand Draft of Rs.5,000/- in favour of Co-Ordinator, KSET Centre, Moulya Bhavan, Manasa Gangotri, Mysore-570006 (Near Manasa Guest House). Such candidates challenging the final key answers shall clearly mention the paper number, question number and the change sought in the Key Answer. To support their challenge, the candidates will also have to submit the relevant documents such as Standard Books/ Reference Material.
In case the answer key(s) is/are corrected, the University will revise the KSET result accordingly and the result will be declared on the basis of final answer keys to such candidates only. The results for rest of the candidates whose results have already been declared will remain unchanged.