LBS Centre for Science & Technology, Kerala State has released KSET 2023 or Kerala SET 2023 notification on its official website, lbsedp.lbscentre.in. Candidates who are interested in can check details and apply for the Kerala State Eligibility Test on its official web portal. KSET exam date and admit card downloading dates to be notified later.
The Kerala SET is a mandatory examination for the selection of Higher Secondary School Teachers and Non-Vocational Teachers in VHSE. Interested and eligible candidate can apply through the official website of the LBS center for science and technology.
Application Fee: The application fee is ₹1,000 for General/OBC candidates and ₹500 for SC/ ST/Differently abled candidates. Processing charges and GST are to be paid by the candidate as applicable.
|Name of the exam||Kerala State Eligibility Test 2023|
|Title||Download the Kerala SET 2023 notification|
|Subject||LBS Centre for Science & Technology has released KSET 2023 notification|
|Last date to apply||October 2023|
|website||http://lbsedp.lbscentre.in/setjuly2021/ (July 2021)|
|Website||http://lbsedp.lbscentre.in/setjan22/ (January 2022)|
Kerala SET Exam Highlights
- Candidates interested in appearing for the Kerala SET 2023 examination can get more information from the official website, lbscentre.kerala.gov.in.
- State Eligibility Test, Kerala SET Exam 2023 registration would begin from October 20, by the LBS Centre for Science and Technology, Thiruvananthapuram.
- The last date to fill the Kerala SET application form online is October 30, 2023.
- The exam would be held offline on January 9, 2023, across various exam centres in the state.
- Candidates who would apply for Kerala SET Exam 2023 can download their admit card from the official website from December 20 onward.
Examination pattern: The examination will be conducted in two papers. Paper I will be common for all consisting of two parts General Knowledge and Aptitude in Teaching. Paper-II will be based on the subject of specialization of the candidate at the time of PG level.
How to apply for Kerala SET 2023?
The LBS Centre for Science & Technology has released the Kerala State Eligibility Test, KSET notification. Before applying, candidates are advised to go through the detailed set of guidelines given on the official website. They may also refer to the important dates and step-by-step process shared below on how to apply online. The application procedure of KSET examination is completely online. Those candidates who are looking to apply need to visit the official website i.e., lbscentre.kerala.gov.in. Candidates can follow the steps provided below to check and download the HTET Result
- Visit the lbscentre.kerala.gov.in Website
Candidates must visit the official website of LBS Centre for Science & Technology, Kerala lbscentre.kerala.gov.in, from the links shared above.
- Click on the KSET Application
On the homepage, click on the link ‘KSET application form’. You will be redirected to a new page of Kerala State Eligibility Test, SET Exam.
- Create Login ID
Click on the online registration hyperlink. Create a login ID and password with entering required details and click on the proceed button. Then, your login details would be created.
- Fill the Application Form
Login in the application form with your details and fill out the application form with the required information and documents.
- Submit Application
After filling the application form, click on the submit button, Then, your application form would be submitted successfully.
- Pay the Application Fee
After successfully submission of the application form, you can make the fee payment with proper payment gateway method.
- Download the Application Form
After completion of fee payment process, you can download the application form and take a print it, preserve it for future reference.
For further details, candidates are advised to check the notification on the official website of the LBS center for science and technology.
KSET Important Dates
|Online Registration Starting||20-10-2022|
|Online Registration Closing||30-10-2022|
|Online Payment of Registered Candidate||up to 30-10-2022|
|Online Admission Ticket||20-12-2022|
|Date of Test||09-01-2022|
The written test would be conducted in two phases, Paper 1 and Paper 2. The first paper is standard for all candidates, consisting of questions from general knowledge and aptitude in teaching. However, Paper 2 would be a test based on the subject of specialization of the candidate at the postgraduate level.
Scheme of the Test: There shall be two papers for the Kerala SET 2023. (A) Paper I: Paper I is common for all candidates. It consists of two parts, Part (A) General Knowledge and Part (B) Aptitude in Teaching. (B) Paper II: Paper II shall be a test based on the subject of specialisation of the candidate at the Post Graduate (PG) Level.
Special Instructions for the Test: The candidates shall be present at the Examination Hall 30 minutes before the prescribed time for the commencement of the test. The question paper will be given in the form of a Question Booklet bearing a Question Booklet Number, Version of the Question Booklet (A/B) on the front page. The candidate shall mark the Booklet Number and Version of the Booklet correctly on the OMR Sheet.
The candidates will not be permitted to use calculator, logarithm table, mobile phone or any other electronic equipment in the Examination Hall. Rough work/calculations can be made only in the blank sheet of the Question Booklet
Kerala SET Answer Key 2023: Publication of Answer Keys : The answer keys of all subjects will be published in the official websites of the LBS Centre immediately after the examination. Complaints, if any, from the candidates regarding the answer keys may be sent to the Director, LBS Centre, in writing, within five calendar days from the date of publication of the keys.
The complaint should be accompanied with a DD for Rs. 300/- for each question challenged by the candidates. The DD should be drawn from any branch of a nationalised bank in favour of the Director, LBS Centre payable at Thiruvananthapuram.
If the complaint/complaints regarding a question or questions is/are found genuine, the fee remitted for that question/questions will be refunded to the complainant. Complaints not accompanied by the prescribed fee and supporting documents will not be entertained.
The complaints, received will be placed before a panel of experts constituted by the Director, LBS Centre and the decision of the experts will be final. Complaints received after five calendar days from the date of publication of answer keys will not be entertained.
Kerala SET Answer Sheet 2023: Separate Answer sheet (OMR Answer Sheet) will be given to mark responses for each paper. A specimen copy of the OMR Answer sheet is attached. Only blue/black ink ball-point pen shall be used for marking in the OMR answer sheet.
Each answer sheet has a unique printed BAR CODE that will be used as a secret code against which the evaluation takes place. If a candidate tampers, mutilates or damages the bar code, he/she will be disqualified and his/her candidature will be cancelled. The answer sheet in respect of such candidates will not be valued and they will be debarred from appearing for the SET for two subsequent chances.
Candidates are warned that they should enter only the necessary information as required on the left part of the OMR answer sheet. Any additional information which is not required and which may help to identify the candidate, that is made on any part of the OMR sheet, will disqualify the candidate and his candidature will be cancelled without any further intimation in this regard. Further, such candidates will be debarred from appearing for SET for two subsequent chances.
Facility shall be provided for issuing a carbon copy of the OMR sheet to the candidates. The invigilator in the examination hall shall detach the carbon copies of the OMR sheets on completion of each paper, and hand them over to the candidates.
Candidates can verify the same with the answer keys published subsequently. No complaints from candidates regarding valuation of answer sheets will be considered if any tampering with the entries in the carbon copy is detected.
Moreover any tampering with the carbon copy will invoke legal action against the candidate amounting to debarring from appearing for SET in future.
Kerala SET Result 2023: The details of marks and the eligibility status secured by the candidates appeared for SET Feb – 2020 will be published in the websites of the LBS Centre. Those who are eligible to be declared as successful shall have to produce the required documents for verification and issue of certificates
Why to conduct the Kerala SET?
LBS Kerala organizes the State Eligibility Test as a state-level exam in order to ensure teaching standards in Higher Secondary courses. Only those who qualify the LBS SET are eligible to teach HS classes in higher secondary schools in Kerala.
Which board will conduct the Kerala SET?
The LBS Centre for Science & Technology would conduct the Kerala SET Examination across the State.
How much application fee towards Kerala SET?
The Kerala SET application fee is ₹1,000 for General/OBC candidates and ₹500 for SC/ ST/Differently abled candidates. Processing charges and GST are to be paid by the candidate as applicable.
What is the exam pattern of SET?
There shall be two papers for the Kerala SET. (A) Paper I: Paper I is common for all candidates. It consists of two parts, Part (A) General Knowledge and Part (B) Aptitude in Teaching. (B) Paper II: Paper II shall be a test based on the subject of specialisation of the candidate at the Post Graduate (PG) Level.