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i. The K-SET will consists of three papers,Paper-I, Paper-II and Paper-III. Examination for the all the three papers willbe held on 17th July 2011(SUNDAY), in two separate sessions as under:
Session
Paper
Marks
Duration
First
I
100
1¼ Hours (09.30 A.M. to 10.45 A.M.)
First
II
100
1¼ Hours (10.45 A.M. to 12.00 NOON)
Second
III
200
2½ Hours (01.30 P.M. to 04.00 P.M.)






ii. Paper-I shall be of general nature,intended to assess the teaching/research aptitude of the candidate. It willprimarily be designed to test reasoning ability, comprehension, divergentthinking and general awareness of the candidate. Sixty (60) multiple choice questionsof two marks each will be given, out of which the candidate would be requiredto answer any fifty (50) questions. In the event of candidate attempting morethan fifty (50) questions, the first fifty (50) questions attempted by thecandidate would be evaluated.
Paper-II shall consist of questions based on the subject selected by thecandidate. Each paper will consist of a Test Booklet containing 50 compulsoryobjective type questions of two marks each.
The candidate will have to mark the responses for questions of Paper-I andPaper-II on the Optical Mark Reader (OMR) sheet provided along with the TestBooklet. Detailed instructions for filling up the OMR Sheet will be providedith this website shortly.

Paper-III will be evaluated only for those candidates who are able tosecure the minimum qualifying marks in Paper-I and Paper-II, as per thefollowing table:
iii.
MINIMUM QUALIFYING MARKS
CATEGORY
PAPER - I
PAPER - II
PAPER - I + PAPER - II
GENERAL/ Category-I,IIA,IIA,IIIA,IIIB
40
40
100 (50 %)
PH/VH
35
35
90 (45 %)
SC/ST
35
35
80 (40 %)
iv. However, the final qualifying criteriafor Eligibility for Lectureship shall be decided by K-SET before declaration ofresult.

Paper-III Shall consist of questions based on the subjects selected by thecandidate. As per the revised guidelines effective form June 2010 by the UGC, New Delhi, following isthe question pattern for paper-III.

Section-I: Essay writing - two questions with internal choice on generalthemes and contemporary theoretical or of disciplinary relevance may be given.The candidate is expected to write up to 500 words for each question of 20marks (2 Q X 20 M=40 Marks). In case the questions are based on electives thechoices should have questions from each elective; otherwise all choices shouldbe of general nature, common to all candidates. In case of science subjectslike Computer science and Applications, Environmental Science, ElectronicScience etc., two questions carrying 20 marks may be given in place of essaytype questions. The questions in this section are numbered as 1 and 2.

Section-II: There will be three extended answer based questions on themajor specialization/electives to test the analytical ability of the candidate.Questions will be on all major specialization / electives and the candidate isasked to choose one specialization/elective and answer the three questions.There is no internal choice. Each question should be answered in up to 300 wordsand shall carry 15 marks each (3 Q X 15 M=45 Marks). Where there is nospecialization / elective 3 questions will be from across syllabus. Thequestions in this section are numbered from 3 to 5.

Section-III: Contains nine questions across the syllabus. The questions inthis section are definitional or seeking particular information and are to beanswered in up to 50 words each. For science subjects as mentioned inSection-1, there may be short numerical/computational problems. Each questionwill carry 10 marks (9 Q X 10 M=90 Marks). There are no internal choice. Thequestions in this section will be numbered from 6 to 14.

Section-IV: It requires candidates to answer questions from a given textof around 200-300 words taken from the works of a known thinker/author. Therewill be five carefully considered specific questions on the given text,requiring an answer in up to 30 words each. This section carries 5 questions of5 marks each (5 Q X 5 M =25 Marks). In case of science subjects, there may be atheoretical/numerical problem. These questions are meant to test criticalthinking ability to comprehend and apply knowledge one possesses. Questions inthis section are numbered from 15 to 19.

STRUCTURE OF PAPER-III
SECTION
TYPE OF QUESTIONS
TEST OF
No. of Questions
WORDS
MARKS
Per Answer
Total
Question
Total
I
Essay
Ability to dwell on a theme at an optimum level
2
500
1000
20
40
II
Three analytical/evaluative questions
Ability to reason and hold an argument on the given topic
3
300
900
15
45
III
Nine definitional/ short answer questions
Ability to understand and express the same
9
50
450
10
90
IV
Text based questions
Critical thinking. Ability to comprehend and formulate the concepts
5
30
150
5
25
TOTAL


19
-
2500
-
200
1. i) For visually handicapped (VH)candidates 30 minutes extra time will be provided separately for Paper-I andPaper-II. For Paper-III, 45 minutes extra time shall be provided. Theywill also be provided the services of a scribe who would be a graduate in asubject other than that of the candidate. Candidates seeking services ofscribes such of those visually handicapped have to make a written request atleast 15 days before the date of examination to the Nodal officer of therespective test center opted by the candidate. Those Physically Handicapped(PH) candidates who are not in a position to write in their own handwriting canalso avail these services by making prior request (at least 15 days before thedate of examination) in writing to the Nodal officer of the respective testcenter opted by the candidate. Extra time and facility of scribe would not beprovided to other Physically Handicapped candidates.
2. Syllabus of Test: Syllabus for K-SETexamination will be on the pattern of the UGC-NET. Syllabi for all the K-SETsubjects can be downloadedfrom this website. K-SET center, Mysore will not send the syllabus toindividual candidates.
3. In Paper III, candidate has the option toanswer in English or Kannada language except the languages like English,Kannada, Sanskrit, Hindi and Urdu where the candidate is required to write inthe concerned language only.
4. In case of any discrepancy found in theEnglish or Kannada version, the questions in English version shall be taken asfinal.
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