KSET Result 2021- Karnataka SET Cut off Marks, KSET Qualifying Marks Category wise, Karnataka SET Paper-I & Paper-II Scorecard/Cutoff List
The University of Mysore has conducted the Karnataka State Eligibility Test on 25th July 2021. If you are searching KSET Question Papers, Answer key and Score then stay tuned here and read this article carefully. University will find eligibility for Assistant Professor through this entrance test.
KSET was held in 41 Subjects and has two papers such as Paper-1 & Paper-2. The whole exam is for 300 Marks. Aspirants have to secure minimum qualifying marks from Paper-I and Paper-II. Along with Karnataka SET Result, they may view category-wise KSET Cutoff Marks. Candidates are required to have a minimum of 40% aggregate marks for General and 35% for others from both papers.
The Department will declare KSET Result 2021 on its official website. And applicants may download Karnataka SET Result by entering Roll Number and Date of birth. So you visit the official link below to get the Provisional Result of Karnataka State Eligibility held on 25.07.2021.
Karnataka SET Result 2021- KSET Cut off Marks
The Mysore University had recently published Notification for Karnataka State Eligibility Test-2021. Many students give KSET for Assistant Professorship in various subjects. This Year’s test was held on 25th July 2021 in 41 Subjects.
State Eligibility Test was held into two papers for 300 Marks. 50 questions were asked in the first paper and each question was of 2 marks. Whereas Paper II is of 100 questions for 200 marks. Candidates have to secure minimum 40% marks out of the total 300 marks.
KSET Result 2021 Details
|Organization Name||University of Mysore|
|Exam Name||Karnataka State Eligibility Test (KSET – 2021)|
|Exam Date||25th July 2021|
|Post Name||Assistant Professor|
|KSET Result||Declare Soon|
|Post Category||Karnataka SET Result|
|Sub Categories||Science Entrance Exams & Pharmacy Entrance Exams|
KSET Cut off Marks 2021- Minimum Qualifying Marks
University has already decided on minimum qualifying marks for General, SC, ST, CAT-I/II A/ IIB/ III A/ III B, PwD categories. These passing marks are called Karnataka SET Cut off Marks. Students have to obtain KSET Qualifying marks for each Paper (Paper-I & Paper-II). They are required to obtain minimum marks in aggregate of all two papers i.e. Paper-I & Paper-II for eligibility for Assistant Professor as given below-
|Category||Minimum Marks (%) to be obtained|
|General [GM]||40% Aggregate marks in all the two papers taken together|
|SC / ST/ CAT-I / II A/ II B / III A / III B / PWD||35% Aggregate marks in all the two papers taken together|
Check Karnataka SET Cut off Marks
Procedure and Criteria for declaring of KSET Result 2021
The Karnataka SET Result comprises the following steps for considering an aspirant for eligibility for Assistant Professors.
Step-1: The number of applicants to be qualified (total slots) for eligibility for Assistant Professors shall be equal to 6% of the contenders appearing in both the papers (Paper I and Paper II) of KSET.
Step-2: The total slots arrived, amongst those aspirants who have appeared in two papers and cleared step I, a merit list will be prepared subject-wise and category-wise using the aggregate marks of all the two papers secured by such candidates.
In order to be considered for ‘Eligibility for Assistant Professor’, the applicant must have appeared in both the papers and secured at least 40% aggregate marks taken together for General and 35% marks for reserved candidates.
Step-3: According to UGC’s directive, 6% of the appearing candidates are to be declared qualified for Eligibility for Assistant Professor only. The reservation policy prevalent in the state is used to compute the category-wise qualifying slots available for eligibility for Assistant Professor.
Subject-wise and category-wise distribution of qualifying slots will be calculated by using the formula given below:-
No. of Slots in a subject for General (Unreserved) candidates = No. of General (UR) candidates who have secured 40% or more marks in the subject
——————————————————————————————— * Total Number of Slots
Total No. of General (UR) candidate General (UR) category who have Secured 40% or more marks in Aggregate over all subjects
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How to check Karnataka SET Result Online
Mysore University will declare KSET Result after one month from Examination day. It will be available online and students have to download it by using Roll Number and Date of birth. The KSET Exam Scorecard contains useful details about candidates and Examinations. We advised applicants to see the qualified status by searching Name, Roll number, Cut off, obtained Marks, etc when downloading the KSET exam score. They can see their score to help of below steps-
- First of all, candidates go to the website of University of Mysore i.e.uni-mysore.ac.in.
- Then select KSET 2021 link and open it
- From the Result section, choose “Result of KSET 2021”
- Enter the necessary information such as the Roll number and Date of birth
- Click on ‘Search’ button and KSET Result will display on a computer screen
- You may check Qualifying Marks from KSET Paper-I & Paper-II
- They also check Karnataka SET Cut off Marks
- Save and take the printout of the result for further use
Check here Karnataka SET Result
KSET Merit List 2021
The University of Mysore will also release the Karnataka SET Merit List to recruit eligible candidates for Assistant Professor. The nomination list will be available with the Karnataka SET Result, and the candidates may be aware of their name/roll number in it.
If their specifics are existing in the selection list, contenders will be called for further process by the University. Though, it depends on the powers that be whether they roll out the merit list or issue the result openly.
FAQs for Karnataka SET Result
Question- When will the Result of the Karnataka State Eligibility Test be declared?
Answer- The Result will be issued by the authority very shortly. Usually, the Result is declared within 45-45 days after completion of the test.
Question- What are the minimum marks for KSET Qualifying?
Answer- The minimum marks are 40% for general and 35% for reserved categories.
Question- What details are required to access KSET Result?
Answer- Aspirants login with Roll number and Date of birth.
Question- Where can we download the KSET Scorecard?
Answer- Students may go to the official website i.e. kset.uni-mysore.ac.in or they can see results using the above link.
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