KSET Hall Ticket 2016-2017 Notification
KSET Hall Ticket 2016: Karnataka State Eligibility Test (KSET) has been announced for selecting lecturers and assistant professors. The written test is open only to applicants who paid the fees and submitted the application form as a hard copy before the last date using registered/ speed post or courier service. The hall ticket/ admission card has to be downloaded and printed during the online application process. The hall ticket has to be mandatorily produced at the exam venue along with photo ID proof for verification. The aspirants are advised by the University of Mysore to secure merit marks to be eligible for lectureship. KSET informs the candidates that the cut off criteria adopted by the University during evaluation is final and binding.
Name of the University/Institute: University of Mysore
Name of the Exam: Karnataka State Eligibility Test (KSET) – Written Exam
Category: Hall Ticket
Status: Issued For Download After Fee Payment
Total Exam Centres : 11
Exam Centres : Bengaluru, Belagavi, Bellary, Vijayapura, Davangere, Dharwad, Kalaburgi, Mangalore, Mysore, Shimoga, Tumkur
Date of the Exam: 11th December, 2016
University Of Mysore:
The University of Mysore offers higher education with UGC recognition in faculties such as Arts, Law, Education, Commerce, Science and Technology. It has a large number of affiliated colleges along with specialization and research centres. As per the UGC press release, the University of Mysore will conduct the Karnataka State Eligibility Test (KSET) for recruiting lecturers and assistant professors for 39 subjects including disciplines such as languages, math, physical and chemical sciences, social sciences, education, life sciences, etc,. The university has released the official notification on 23rd September and the application process concludes on the 14th November with late fee. Detailed information of test centres, exam scheme, important dates, syllabus, evaluation scheme, and general instructions are available online at the official website.
How to Download KSET Admit Card/ Hall Ticket:
The admit card / hall ticket guidelines are provided below as per the official notification –
- Only registered candidates have the opportunity to download the hall ticket.
- Online registration has to be followed by the payment of specified fees.
- Successful applicants can login with email ID and password and download the admit card on A – 4 size paper.
- A print out of the downloaded admit card/ hall ticket has to be taken to be brought to the exam centre on the specified date.
- Aspirants can also take additional photocopies of the hall ticket for future reference.
Instructions to be Followed :
- The candidates who submitted hard copy of application before last date will only be considered for the examination.
- The print out of the admission card has to be retained and brought to the exam centre for verification.
- KSET or nodal centres do not issue any separate admit card to the applicants.
- The KSET test centres are final and not subject to change at a later date.
- Candidates appearing for the examination also have to bring photo ID proof without fail.
- KSET advises candidates to come prepared for the exam to the chosen centre on specified date.
- The KSET exam result is valid only for a period of 2 years
- Eligibility certificate of KSET result is issued only on production of Master’s degree proof or equivalent within the 2 year period.
- The candidates have to appear for KSET exam only in their relevant PG subject.
- The written test will have multiple choice objective type questions.
- There will be a total of three different papers with two separate sessions.
- First Session will have Papers I and II each for 100 marks.
- Paper III for 150 marks is held in Second Session during the afternoon.
- Paper I is a general paper with questions on teaching and aptitude.
- Papers II and III will have syllabus from the relevant PG subject with basic and detailed questions respectively.
- There is no negative marking during the evaluation of the answer papers.
- The cut off marks, duration of exam, and other important details are tabulated below for the benefit of the aspirants –
|Session||Paper No.||Marks||Total Questions||Duration – Start Time||Cut Off – General||Cutoff – Reserved|
|First||Paper I||100||60 with 50 mandatory||1 hr.15 min. – 9 AM||40%||35%|
|Paper II||100||50||1 hr.15 min.||40%||35%|
|Second||Paper III||150||75||2 hr.30min.
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