KSET Admit Card 2015, Karnataka State Eligibility Test (KSET) call letter/hall ticket available along with exam syllabus and model question papers at kset.uni-mysore.ac.in:
Finally, the Karnataka SET Exam Admit Card 2015 had successfully uploaded on the website of University of Mysore at kset.uni-mysore.ac.in. Candidate can collect their Karnataka State Eligibility Test call letter from the same website as mentioned above. There are total 9 days remaining from a commencement of test so as soon as possible download admission slip from an official site.
The test will have held on 06th December 2015. University of Mysore will have conducted this exam which means they are organizing KSET test. Karnataka State Eligibility Test is conducting every year for selection of candidate to become lectureship/Assistant Professor. This examination had been organizing twice in a year.
KSET Admit Card 2015
First of all authorized member of examination cell conduct test to check knowledge of candidate and then gives proper marks base on their given answer and supply the final passing certificate. The successful nominee will have able to apply for any kind of government organization recruitment process by supplying their final the certificate.
The successful nominee will have exempted from giving same exam for every year. Nominees shall apply for every year to improve their scorecard numbers. This exam has been scheduling every year in 32 subjects at eleven nodal centers which are spread across the state. KSET certificate is valid for lifetime.
Karnataka SET Call Letter 2015, KSET Exam Syllabus, Study Material, Model Papers, Previous Papers, Answer key, Provisional Key, Result, Cutoff marks and Merit List 2015 available on the main official website.
The KSET exam will be having three papers and it will consist of objective type MCQ questions. The test will be conducting in two separate sessions. The first session will be consisting two papers and the second session will be consisting one paper. Candidate will get 1 ¼ time for paper 1 and for paper 2 and 2 ½ time will be allowing to a candidate. This Paper will consist of 75 Multiple-choice (MCQ) compulsory questions from the subject selected by the candidates
Subjects are respectively like available in below table.