Karnataka KSET 2023 Postponed, Likely to be Held on December 31 – News18


Curated By: Sukanya Nandy

Last Updated: November 09, 2023, 11:56 IST

KSET 2023 was earlier scheduled to be conducted on Nov 26 (Representative image)

KSET 2023 will be held in two sessions — the first shift will be conducted from 10 am to 11 am, and the second one from noon to 2 pm

The Karnataka Examinations Authority, KEA, has postponed the Karnataka State Eligibility Test (KSET) 2023. The exam will tentatively be held on December 31. In Karnataka, the KSET is employed for evaluating candidates for assistant professorship and lectureship positions. The final exam date will soon be announced on kea.kar.nic.in, which is the KEA’s official website. The exam was earlier scheduled to be conducted on November 26.

Taking to the microblogging site, X (formerly Twitter), KEA has announced, “State Assistant Professor Eligibility Test (K-Set 23) scheduled to be held on November 26 has been postponed. Executive Director of KEA S. Ramya said that a provisional date has been fixed to be held on December 31.”

Candidates who have obtained at least 55 per cent of the marks (without rounding off) in the Master’s degree exam or an equivalent test for the general category and 50 per cent for the Schedule Category (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST), Persons with Disabilities (PWD), Transgender, and OBCs, i.e. Cat-I, IIA, IIB, IIIA and IIIB are allowed to appear for KSET. There is no maximum age limit to apply for the exam.

The will be conducted for a total of 41 subjects. It will be held in two sessions — the first shift will be conducted from 10 am to 11 am, and the second one from noon to 2 pm. The KSET 2023 will be divided into two papers, each of which will have objective type Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs). Paper 1 will include 50 mandatory objective-type questions, each worth 2 marks. The candidate’s ability to teach and do research will be evaluated by general questions in Paper 1. Paper 2 will, on the other hand, consist of up to 100 questions each worth two marks and dependent on the candidate’s chosen subject.





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