University of Mysore, Manasagangothri, has released the results for the Karnataka State Eligibility Test or KSET 2021. Candidates who have appeared for the examination can now check their results from the official KSET 2021 website – kset.uni-mysore.ac.in. The cut-off percentages of the examination have been declared along with the results. The examination was conducted on July 25, 2021. Answer keys for KSET 2021 were released earlier based on which candidates could submit their challenges.
Here’s how one can check the KSET 2021 results.
Step 1- Visit the official website – kset.uni-mysore.ac.in.
Step 2- Under the ‘News & Events’ category, press the ‘Click Here’ button beside KSET 2021 Results
Step 3- A new page will open in which candidates have to enter the roll number and date of birth and hit the ‘Search’ button
Step 4- The provisional KSET 2021 results will be displayed.
Click Here to Check KSET 2021 Results
Similarly, to check the cut-offs, press the ‘Click Here’ button beside KSET 2021 under the ‘News and Events’ category. The PDF version will be displayed. Candidates can download and check the cut-offs for various subjects.
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The cut-off percentages are divided among the different categories for all the subjects. Details regarding these are available on the soft copy of the cut-off list. However, cut-off percentages for some of the subjects are Commerce – 51.330, Kannada – 48.170, Economics – 49.330, English – 56.000, Political Science – 49.33, History – 48.67, Sociology – 50.00, Geography – 55.33, Hindi – 52.67, Management – 56.67, Tourism Administration and Management – 50.00, Education – 51.33, Library and Information Science – 56.00. The official list contains the KSET 2021 cut-off percentages for all the subjects.
Now, as per the official notification, the candidates who have qualified for KSET 2021 will be required to submit certain documents to the KSET office in Mysore. These documents have to be attested copies (Gazetted). They include the application form, Xerox copy of bank challan, SSLC marks card, category certificates for SC, ST, Cat-1, II A, II B, III A and III B, PG degree marks cards. PwD certificates along with medical certificates with 40% or more disability. These candidates should also attach a copy of the medical certificate issued by the district medical surgeon. Candidates who have applied under the appearing category should submit the proof of qualifying examination certificate and PG degree marks cards after passing the qualifying examination.