Mysuru, July 19:- A total of 4,295 candidates are eligible to become Assistant Professors in Karnataka through Karnataka State Eligibility Test (KSET)-2017 said In-charge Vice Chancellor of University of Mysore Prof T K Umesh.
He was addressing a press meet organised at Crawford Hall in the city on Thursday.
He said, “University of Mysore, the nodal agency had conducted the 6th KSET examination on December 31, 2017 and was held for 39 subjects in 11 nodal centres across the state to facilitate candidates from all parts of the state to take up the examination. Among the 73,608 candidates registered for the KSET examination, 63068 candidates appeared for the examination. A total of 4295 candidates including 2603 male candidates and 1692 female candidates have become eligible in KSET 2017 to become Assistant Professors and the certificate issued by our centre is having life time validity.”
With a passing percentage of 9.33% Bengaluru topped in the centre-wise passing results, Mangaluru with 9.21 % emerged as second topper and Mysuru with 7.07% emerged as third topper in the centre-wise statistics report.
Co-ordinator of KSET Prof H Rajashekar, UoM Registrar (administration) R Rajanna, Registrar (evaluation) Prof Somashekhar and others were present. -KK