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KCET 2020 scheduled on July 30 & 31, 2020, is not postponed….Be the First to Know.
|July 27, 2020||Plea Filed in Karnataka HC to Postpone KCET 2020. Click on the link to check updates.|
#KCET2021 test will be held on August 28, 29 and 30 at more than 500 centres across the state. August 30 – Kannada exam for Gadinadu and Horanadu Kannadigas. The examination was earlier was scheduled to be conducted on July 7 and 8. The KCET 2021 exam was postponed due to a surge in COVID 19 cases across the country.
For the year 2020, the Common Entrance Test (CET) will completely go online and the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) has already started the preparations. Through CET admission to various professional courses including engineering, agriculture, Pharmacy, Yoga and Naturopathy will be done in Karnataka.
Candidate should have studied in one or more Government or Government recognised educational institutions located in the State of Karnataka for a minimum period of SEVEN academic years commencing from 1st standard to 2nd PUC / 12th standard as on 1st July 2021 and must have appeared and passed either SSLC / 10th …
Subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology will be the compulsory subjects.
KCET stands for Karnataka Common Entrance Test. However, you can apply for KCET for two times consecutively only. You cannot appear for KCET exam for the third time.
Marks obtained by candidates in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects of KCET examination. Marks obtained by the candidates in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects of Class 12th. The overall marks scored by candidates in Class 12th and KCET will be normalized to determine the merit rank.
For KCET ranking, 50% of your board marks out of Physics + Chemistry + Maths is considered, i.e If you have scored 70+60+80 = 210/300 i.e 70%, then your 50% of board marks will be 70/2 =35%, Balance 50% is taken from your KCET marks of physics, chemistry and maths and then added with this 35% i.e in case you have …
Candidates who have secured at least 55% of marks (without rounding off) for general category and 50% for Schedule Category (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST),Persons with Disability (PWD), OBCs i.e., Cat-I, IIA, IIB, IIIA and IIIB, in Master’s Degree OR equivalent examination from universities / institutions recognized by UGC …
KSET 2021 Qualifying Marks
|Name of the Category||Minimum Qualifying Cutoff|
|General||40% Aggregate in both Papers|
|Reserved||35% Aggregate in both Papers|
Out of the 1,06,396 candidates who had registered for K-SET, held in September last year, 79,717 appeared for it. Among them, only 5,495 have cleared the test, securing eligibility. A total of 3,113 male and 2,382 female candidates were successful in the test.
The candidates must have passed Master’s degree with a minimum of 55% of marks (50% in case of SC/ ST/ OBCs/ PWD). The candidates should pass the Master’s degree from an institute or university recognized by the UGC. Candidates who are pursuing final-year Master’s degree course can also appear for KSET.
Step 1: Visit the official website of the Karnataka State Eligibility Test and click on the application form link/tab. Step 2: Register for KSET 2021 on the official website by providing the correct email ID and password.
Familiarize yourself with the exam pattern and syllabus One must go through the KSET previous years’ question papers to get an idea of the exam pattern and the type of questions asked. There should be a thorough revision of the syllabus of the exam understanding all the different sub-topics which are specified.
Differences Between CSIR, UGC, ICAR & SET
|Factors||UGC NET||SET Exam|
|Difficulty Level of the Paper||Hard – Moderate||Moderate|
|Exam Mode||Online mode||Online mode|
|Official Website||https://ntanet.nic.in||Different for each state|
|Duration of the Exam||3 hours||3 hours|
NTA NET is one of the most renowned and prestigious national-level exams. Every year lakhs of students appear for this examination to become an Assistant Professor or JRF. This makes NTA NET to be the toughest higher education exam. If you wish to qualify, then you must follow the proper UGC NET preparation strategy.
Yes, the exam is tough, however, many candidates (who have prepared hard for it) make it to the cut off of UGC NET. UGC NET exam includes 2 papers – Paper I and Paper II. For appearing in UGC NET, you need to have at least 55% aggregate marks in your masters or equivalent (50% for reserved category).
Your only criterion while choosing your subject should be your area of interest. If you’re doing something that you’re interested in, you won’t have to worry about the difficulty of such exams. Having said that, in my knowledge I’ve heard that geography students find it very easy to clear NET.
The best subject to choose for UGC NET examination is the subject in which you have done your graduation and post-graduation because Paper 2 of the examination is totally a subject-oriented paper which you have chosen while filing up the application form of UGC NET.