Every year Karnataka State Eligibility Test (KSET) is conducted by the University Of Mysore. The exam is conducted for the purpose to select the eligible candidates for the post of Assistant Professor and Lectureship for the state. If you too have appeared for the KSET Exam 2021, then it is important for you to know the process to download the answer key. Check all the important steps to calculate your marks through the answer key and get the exam’s cut-off marks here.
Steps To Download KSET 2021 Answer Key
The KSET Exam 2021 Answer Key has been released on the official website on 11th September 2021. Candidates who have appeared for the examination can check the answer key by following the below-mentioned steps or can download the answer keys for each subject using the direct link provided below.
Candidates have to follow the below-mentioned steps. The steps are:
Visit the official website KSET, that is, http://kset.uni-mysore.ac.in/
The candidates have to find and click on the link ‘KSET 2021 Answer Key’.
Now, select the answer key with the same set code as your question booklet.
A new screen will pop up with the answer key.
Carefully examine the answer key and calculate your exam marks.
Make sure to save and download the answer key.
It is important for all the candidates who have appeared for the examination to keep a print copy of the answer key with them for future reference.
Steps To Calculate KSET Exam 2021 Marks
Candidates who have appeared for the exam can face trouble to calculate their KSET exam marks. But, calculating the marks is not that much difficult. Candidates have to just carefully understand each step to calculate their exam marks. These steps are:
- The total number of questions asked in the KSET Paper-I is 50 and for Paper-II is 100.
- Each correct answer will be awarded by 2 marks.
- For each wrong answer, the candidate will get a penalty of 1 mark.
- The total marks obtained by the candidate will be 2*Total number of correct answers.
- Then the obtained marks will be the candidate’s final score.
Calculating the marks help candidates to evaluate their self-performance. It also helps them to improve their preparation plan for a better result.
KSET Exam 2021: Minimum Qualifying Marks
Go through the below table to examine the minimum qualifying marks for each category:
|Cat-I, IIA, IIB, IIIA, IIIB||35%|
KSET Exam 2020 Answer Key
Applicants can also check the answer keys for the previous year’s exam. Refer to the below table to find the answer key for each subject:
|Paper-I||General Paper||Check Here|
|Physical Education||Check Here|
|Political Science||Check Here|
|Social Work||Check Here|
|Physical Science||Check Here|
|Library and Information Science||Check Here|
|Mass Communication and Journalism||Check Here|
|Folk literature||Check Here|
|Public Administration||Check Here|
|Mathematical Science||Check Here|
|Environmental Science||Check Here|
|Life Science||Check Here|
|Home Science||Check Here|
|Chemical Science||Check Here|
|Electronic Science||Check Here|
|Earth Science||Check Here|
|Visual Arts||Check Here|
KSET Exam 2018: Question Paper With Answer Keys
Applicants can check the below table to check the question papers for each subject with answer keys for the KSET Exam 2018.
Now, you must have understood the process to download the KSET Answer Key 2021. We hope that you find all the direct links provided in this article useful. Check the previous year’s question paper and analyze your performance through the answer key. In case you have any queries and suggestions you can directly contact us through the comment section. We assure you to solve all your doubts and provide you with fast and updated information regarding the KSET examination.
KSET 2021 Answer Key: FAQs
Yes, the KSET 2021 answer key is out on the official website on 11th September 2021.
No, there is no negative marking in the examination.
The candidate gets 2 marks for each correct answer.
You can download the KSET 2021 answer key on the official website or can also download it through the direct link provided in this article.
The minimum qualifying percentage for the reserved category is 35%.