The University of Mysore, Nodal agency for conducting KSET is going to announce the KSET 2021 result soon on the official website, kset.uni-mysore.ac.in. The KSET exam was held on July 27, 2021, but there is no update regarding the release of the result. The candidates are advised to keep a tab on the official website for all the KSET 2021 result related updates.
As of now, only a flash link is available on the official website that says, cut off percentage for KSET 2021 is going to be released on November 01 and 02, 2021. Once the results are announced, the candidates have to enter the roll number and date of birth to check it.
Although there is no official announcement regarding the release of KSET result 2021. However, we have compiled the exam result release date for the past five years. This data is going to be helpful in determining an expected date for the upcoming KSET 2021 result.
As for the year 2020, the exam was conducted on September 27, 2020, and the result was released on January 09, 2021. The exam didn’t happen in 2019 but a similar trend was noted in 2018 as well. The KSET 2018 exam was held on December 31, 2017, but the result was announced on July 23, 2018. For 2017 too, the exam for KSET was held on December 16, 2016, and the result was released on April 03, 2017. KSET 2016 exam was held in December 2015 and the result for the same was released on March 19, 2016.
With this date, we can clearly check that the number of days between the exam date and result release is around 90 to 110 days. Hence, since this year, the exam was held on July 27, 2021, therefore, high chances are there that the KSET 2021 result is released in the last week of October or the first week of November 2021.
The university has released the final answer key on September 11, 2021, and candidates were asked to calculate their marks. The official notification also mentions the minimum qualifying marks for all the categories. As per that, unreserved category candidates have to score at least 40% marks in papers 1 and 2 and 50% marks in the third paper. At the same time, candidates who belong to the reserved category have to score 35% marks in papers 1 and 2 and 40% marks in paper 3.