KSET Center has released the provisional answer key for Karnataka State Eligibility Test 2021 exam (KSET) on its official website kset.uni-mysore.ac.in. Along with the release of the provisional answer key of the KSET 2021 exam, the organising authority has also released the notification for raising the objections against the provisional answer key of the KSET 2021 exam. The last date to submit the objections against the KSET 2021 provisional answer key is August 23, 2021. Candidates who have attempted the KSET 2021 exam can view and download the KSET provisional answer key on the official website.
To check and download the KSET 2021 exam provisional answer key, candidates can follow below procedure:
Step:1- First of all, candidates have to visit the official website kset.uni-mysore.ac.in.
Step:2- Upon reaching this official website, candidates have to click on the “Click here for Provisional Key Answers 2021” link under the “News & Events” section.
Step:3- After clicking this link, a new page will open where candidates have to click on the “Provisional Key Answers” link under the “2021” section.
Step:4: Upon clicking this link, the new page of “Index of Key Answers 2021” will open.
Step:5- On this page, candidates can click on the link given ahead of the respective subjects to download their answer key.
Candidates who are not satisfied with the provisional answer key of the KSET 2021 exam can challenge the same by raising objections. To raise the objections against the KSET 2021 answer key, candidates have to fill a prescribed application form. The format of the form for raising the objections against the KSET 2021 answer key is given in the notification that is released on the official website kset.uni-mysore.ac.in.
As per the format of the application form for submitting the objections against the KSET 2021 answer key, candidates have to write all the personal details such as name, roll number, subject, email id, contact number, and address if correspondence. Along with this, candidates have to fill in the information about the particular answer and question to which they have objected. While filling this information, candidates have to enter the test booklet code of the respective KSET 2021 paper-1 and paper-2. Also to support the objections, candidates have to attach the documents as proof.
Candidates have to pay Rs.1000 as a fee per question while raising objections against the KSET 2021 provisional answer key. If the objections raised by candidates are found to be valid then this fee will be refunded. The final decision on the objections submitted by candidates will be of the respective organising body.