Hall tickets for the Kerala State Eligibility Test (SET) 2021 have been released by the LBS Centre for Science and Technology. Candidates who have applied for the test can now download their hall tickets from the official website – lbsedp.lbscentre.in/setjan22/. The examination will take place on January 09, 2022. Candidates will either have to use their registration ID or registered mobile number to download the hall tickets.
To download the Kerala SET hall ticket 2021, here are the steps that one can follow.
Step 1- Go to the official website of Kerala SET at lbsedp.lbscentre.in/setjan22/
Step 2- Now, click on the ‘Download Admission Ticket’ link that is displayed
Step 3- Enter registration ID or registered mobile number and the site access key
Step 4- Click on the ‘Download and Print the Admit Card’ button.
Candidates have been advised to check their registered mobile number for new SMS containing the registration ID and the site access key. In case of difficulty, one reach out to the helpline numbers – 9400923669 and 8547522369.
After downloading the hall tickets, there are certain important things that the candidate must carefully check. These are:
- District opted for the test
- Subject for which the candidates will be appearing for Kerala SET
- Personal details
- Examination venue and timings
- Important instructions
Kerala SET 2021 examination will comprise two papers namely Paper I and Paper II. The first paper will be common to all candidates and has two parts. Part A is on General Knowledge while Part B is for Teaching Aptitude. On the other hand, Paper II is based on the subject that the candidate specializes in at the postgraduate level. There are a total of 31 subjects for Kerala SET 2022. The test will be held for a duration of 120 minutes for each paper.
Paper I will have a total of 120 questions that are divided into 60 questions for Part A and 60 questions for Part B. Each question will carry 01 mark. Similarly, Paper II will also have 120 questions with each question carrying 01 mark. This marking scheme is not levied on Mathematics and Statistics since these two subjects will have 80 questions with 1.5 marks for each correct answer.
There will be objective-type questions and candidates have to mark the answer on the OMR sheets. However, marking more than one response for a question will be deemed incorrect. Nonetheless, there is no negative marking for Kerala SET 2021.