University of Mysore announced the Karnataka State Eligibility Test (KSET) 2013 results on 28th May 2014.
A total of 5,116 candidates have cleared the KSET 2013. University of Mysore Vice-Chancellor K S Rangappa had announced the results.
Around 1,583 female candidates have cleared the examination.
The UGC has given accreditation to conduct K-SET examination in 32 subjects.
Around 83,755 candidates, including 30,740 females had registered for KSET, out of which 70,814 appeared for the exam. Of these, 47,392 were eliminated in stage 1.
The average pass percentage is 6.6, an increase of 1.5% when compared to last exam in 2011.
Candidates from districts like Belgaum, Bellary, Bijapur, Davangere, Gulbarga and Shimoga obtained below six per cent. Hence, the pass percentage is less in North Karnataka compared to South.
A student Illiyas Ahamad Khazapur from Dharwad topped the KSET exam by scoring 292 marks (83.43%) in Urdu followed by S M Sampreeth from Davangere with 284 marks (81.14%) in Economics. C H Puttalakshmaiah scored 274 marks (78.29%) in Kannada.
Four other toppers from Mysore are: Ramakrishan Sabhahit (Sanskrit - 77.71%), A Prathima (Library and Information Science - 76.57%), T Meghana (Psychology - 76.57%) and S P Suma (Physical Science - 70.29%).