After postponing the KSET 2021 exam date earlier, the KSET Centre, University of Mysore has now announced the revised date of the state level exam. KSET 2021 for Assistant Professor is scheduled to be held on July 25, 2021, as per a latest notice on the official website i.e., kset.uni-mysore.ac.in.
The Karnataka State Eligibility Test (KSET) is a yearly competitive exam conducted by the University of Mysore. Candidates aspiring to apply for recruitment to the post of Assistant Professor in Universities & affiliated colleges of Karnataka must qualify through the KSET exam and obtain the KSET Certificate first. Earlier, the exam was scheduled to be held on April 11, 2021, as per the official information brochure.
The KSET 2021 exam was postponed amidst the second wave of the pandemic in India and the KSET Centre has now announced that the postponed exam will be conducted on July 25, 2021. KSET Centre has instructed all registered candidates to visit the official website for further updates. It may be noted that candidates have to appear in the exam with the KSET admit card which releases online on the official website before the exam.
KSET Admit Card 2021
With the revised KSET 2021 exam dates announced, candidates can expect the KSET Centre to release the admit card soon. The admit card releases through candidate login on the website kset.uni-mysore.ac.in. To download the KSET admit card 2021, candidates need to know their registered Email ID and Password. These are set at the time of KSET 2021 registrations which closed earlier in March 2021.
The KSET admit card indicates the exact address of the designated exam centre, besides the exam date and timings. Candidates have to report to the centre as per the timings indicated on the admit card. In addition, one valid photo identity proof must also be carried along with the admit card.
KSET 2021 Exam Pattern and Last Minute Preparation Tips
The KSET exam is going to be conducted in the offline mode where candidates have to mark their answers on OMR sheets. There are two papers, each held in a different session. While the first paper consists of 50 questions, the second paper consist of 100 questions. However, all questions are of the MCQ type carrying 02 marks each.
With the exam date nearing now, registered candidates are advised to ensure that they have covered the syllabus properly as indicated by the KSET Centre. During these last few days, candidates are advised to refer to the previous year papers to get an idea of the type of questions asked in the exam. Accordingly, one can refine their study strategy to focus on such important topics.
Candidates are also advised to focus on extensive practice and daily revisions. One can solve mock tests for the KSET exam as an effective method to practice. Furthermore, daily revisions are also a must during these last few days.