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Kerala SET July 2024 Registration Begins at lbscentre.kerala.gov.in – News18


KSET 2024: The specific date for the exam and the result will be announced at a later time, as per the official notice. (Representative image)

Kerala SET July 2024: Candidates interested and eligible in applying for the exam may visit the official LBS Centre website at lbscentre.kerala.gov.in to register themselves. The last date to apply is April 15

The LBS Centre for Science and Technology has commenced the online registration process for the Kerala State Eligibility Test (Kerala SET) 2024 for the July session. Candidates interested and eligible in applying for the exam may visit the official LBS Centre website at lbscentre.kerala.gov.in to register themselves. The last date to apply is April 15.

The last date to make online payments is April 17. The application correction window will open on April 18 at 11 am and close on April 20 at midnight. The specific date for the exam and the result will be announced at a later time, as per the official notice.

Kerala SET 2024: Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible for the KSET, candidates must possess a master’s degree in the relevant subjects, with a minimum of 50 per cent marks or an equivalent grade. Additionally, they should hold a B.Ed. degree in any discipline, either from a Kerala university or one that is recognized as an equivalent qualification. It’s worth noting that there is no age restriction for candidates wishing to apply for the Kerala SET.

Kerala SET 2024: Steps to Register

Step 1: Navigate to the official website lbscentre.kerala.gov.in

Step 2: Tap on the “SET July 2024” application link, on the homepage.

Step 3: Tap on the “Online Registration” link.

Step 4: Now, register yourself at the portal and proceed with the application process.

Step 5: Then, upload the required documents, pay the application fee, and submit the form.

Step 6: Lastly, take a print of the application form.

Kerala SET 2024: Application Fee

Candidates belonging to the general, OBC category are required to pay a fee of Rs 1000, while SC, ST, and differently-abled candidates need to pay Rs 500. Additionally, candidates are responsible for any processing charges and GST that may apply.

The Kerala State Eligibility Test January 2023 will have two papers: Paper I and Paper II. Paper I is divided into two parts, General Knowledge (Part A) and Aptitude in Teaching (Part B). Paper II is a subject-specific test based on the candidate’s specialization at the Post Graduate (PG) level, and there will be 31 subjects to choose from for Paper II. Each paper has a duration of 120 minutes, and there are no penalties for incorrect answers.



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