The Karnataka State Eligibility Test (K-SET) will be conducted on November 30, 2014 to determine the eligibility for lectureship/assistant professorship in various universities, colleges and institutions of higher education (government, aided and private) in the State.
The K-SET Centre, University of Mysore, which is the nodal agency for the State government for holding the test, said a notification in this regard will be announced on June 20. Details such as eligibility criteria, scheme of the examination, syllabus, old question papers, instruction to candidates, how to apply and other registration details for online submission of application will be made available on the website http://kset.uni-mysore.ac .in.
The KSET 2014 test will be conducted in 32 subjects as per the UGC guidelines and the list of subjects is given on the website http://kset.uni-mysore.ac .in. The test will be conducted in 11 nodal centres Mysore, Bangalore, Belgaum, Bellary, Bijapur, Davangere, Dharwad, Gulbarga, Mangalore, Shimoga and Tumkur.
Notification Issued on : June 20th, 2014
Online Application Start from : July 1st, 2014
Last date for Online Apply : July 31st, 2014
KSET Exam on : Nov 30th, 2014
K-SET 2014 Fee:
The examination fee for general category candidates is Rs. 1,000, for Category IIA, IIB, IIIA and IIIB Rs. 800 and for Category I, SC/ST, Persons with Disabilities (PWD), and Visually and Physically Challenged Rs. 500.
KSET 2014 Online application form:
Submission of online applications will commence from July 1 and the last date to submit them without late fee is July 31. After two working days from the date of online registration and taking print out of the bank challan, the examination fee can be paid at any State Bank of Mysore branch. The process of submitting applications online will be completed when a candidate uploads the ‘journal number’ given in the challan.
Candidates can download application forms and admission card from the website. They should keep the admission card and submit the hard copy of the application and attendance slip along with attested copies of SSLC, PG marks card and category certificates in an A-4 envelope, super scribed ‘K-SET for lectureship 2014’ to the Nodal Officer of the respective examination centre chosen by the candidate on or by September 1, 2014.
Of the 70,813 candidates who appeared for KSET, conducted by the University of Mysore in December last year, only 5,116 cleared it. The university authorities, 83,755 candidates, including 40,072 men and 30,740 women, had registered for the test last year but 12,941 did not turn up. A total of 22,360 cleared the first stage and 47,392 candidates were eliminated.