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Amid the COVID-19 pandemic and countrywide lockdown, the University of Mysore has postponed the Karnataka State Entrance Test (KSET) 2020 examination. The KSET 2020 examination was scheduled to be conducted on April 12, 2020, at various centre across the state. The Varsity has issued an official notice on its website related to the postponement of the exam. The varsity has also instructed the candidates to keep an eye on the official website for further updates. Candidates who have applied for the examination can get the new dates through the official website of University of Mysore at kset.uni-mysore.ac.in.
The official notice reads, “The new date of examination will be announced after consulting the state government and reviewing the situation in the state.” The Karnataka SET examination will be conducted in 41 subjects. The written examination will comprise of two papers. Both the papers will consist of only objective type Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs).
Paper I – It will comprise of 50 compulsory questions of 100 marks and
Paper II – It will comprise of 100 compulsory questions of 200 marks.
The candidate will have to mark the correct options among the four other options for questions of Paper-I and Paper-II. The candidates have to mark the answers on the Optical Marks Reader (OMR) Sheet provided along with the test booklet.
Date Postponement Notice: Click Here
About Karnataka SET 2020:
Karnataka State Eligibility Test or KSET 2020 is the qualifying examination for the post of Assistant Professors of concerned Universities / Colleges / Institutions (Government/ Aided /Private) of Karnataka State.
For more related details, candidates are advised to visit the official site of KSET University of Mysore.
Official Website: kset.uni-mysore.ac.in
Since the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a new virus and is pandemic. The Government of India is taking all necessary steps to ensure that the country is prepared to face the challenge and threat posed by the growing pandemic of COVID-19, the coronavirus. The government has also announced the lockdown till April 14 to break the chain of community transmission of coronavirus.