Kerala State Eligibility Test (SET) 2013 results on October 28

Kerala SET 2013 results on October 28


The much awaited, Kerala State Eligibility Test (SET) exam 2013 results are likely to be announced on October 28, 2014.

Earlier, an NSS member had filed a petition in Kerala high court, challenging the cut-off marks in SET exam for students belonging to the reserved community.

Kerala high court on October 16, 2014, asked the Director of LBS Centre for Science and Technology not to publish the SET 2013 results before October 28, 2014.

The Kerala HC had rejected a petition filed by the NSS.

According to the NSS, if any of the candidate want to pass in the SET exam, they have to secure 40% marks in Paper 1 and 2 and 50% in Paper 3. For OBC/SC/ST candidates have to secure 35% in Paper 1 and 2 and for Paper 3, OBC candidates have to secure 45% and SC/ST candidates have to secure 40% marks.

A pass in SET is stipulated as a mandatory requirement for appointment as Higher Secondary Schools Teachers in the state as per the Special Rules in force.

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