Kerala set questionpapers 2012
Kerala State eligibility Test Syllabus 2012(Kerala set Syllabus 2012)
Kerala Set Eligibility
KERALA STATE ELIGIBILITY TEST 2012
1 Those who have acquired Masters Degree in the concerned subject in II Class with not less than 50% marks and B.Ed. Degree in any discipline from any one of the Universities in Kerala or have acquired these
qualifications from any other University recognized as equivalent thereto are eligible to apply for the SET 2010 with certain exceptions as mentioned in the following paragraphs.
2 For Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology, those having Second Class MSc.Ed Degree in the concerned subject with not less than 50% marks from one of the Regional Institutes of Education sponsored by NCERT will be eligible to apply. For Botany and Zoology, those having Second Class MSc.Ed Degree in Life Science (with not less than 50% marks) from one of the Regional Institutes of Education are also eligible.
3 For the subjects Anthropology, Commerce, Computer Science/Information Technology, Electronics, French, Gandhian Studies, Geology, German, Home Science, Journalism, Latin, Music, Russian, Social Work, Sociology, Statistics, Syriac, Philosophy and Psychology, candidates need not acquire B.Ed. Degree for appearing for the State Eligibility Test.
4 Those who have acquired II class Masters Degree in Communicative English with not less than 50% marks and BEd. are eligible to appear for SET in English.
5 Candidates who have acquired Diploma in Hindi Teaching, but do not have B.Ed. Degree, are eligible to apply for SET in accordance with the exemption clause provided in the Special Rules.
6 Candidates who have acquired B.Ed Degree in Hindi conducted by the Dakshin Bharatha Hindi Prachar Sabha are exempted from the requirement of producing the equivalency certificate, as the degree has been recognized by the Universities in Kerala.
7 Candidates who have acquired their qualification through Correspondence Course / Open Universities which are not recognized by any one of the Universities in Kerala are not eligible to appear for the SET.
Candidates who have acquired their qualifications through recognized correspondence courses/Open universities should obtain and furnish certificates of recognition and equivalency from any one of the Universities in Kerala.
8 Candidates admitted in the year 2011 for B.Ed. courses will be permitted to appear for the State Eligibility Test 2012. Candidates appearing for Post Graduate final year / Final semester Examinations in the academic year 2011-2012 will also be permitted to appear for SET 2012 if they already have a B.Ed Degree. SET certificates of such candidates will be issued only if they qualify the PG/B.Ed examinations in that chance
itself. The B.Ed candidates shall produce the pass certificates and PG candidates shall produce both the pass certificates and mark lists for proving their eligibility after qualifying the SET-2012. Candidates appearing simultanenously for PG and B.Ed. Final examinations are not eligible to appear for SET-2012 under this provision.
9 For the subject Latin, candidates who have passed their degree examination in any discipline from any one of the Universities in Kerala or from any other University recognized as equivalent thereto with Latin as their Second Language under Part II with not less than 50% marks for that Part II are also eligible to appear for SET, provided such
candidates have acquired II Class Masters Degree with not less than 50 % marks in any discipline.
10 Relaxation of Minimum marks for SC/ST Candidates
Candidates belonging to SC/ST categories shall be granted a relaxation of 5% marks in the minimum marks prescribed for the eligibility to appear for the State Eligibility Test. However the minimum requirement of a pass in second class for the qualifying examination, shall not be applicable.
No age limit is prescribed for candidates appearing for the SET.
Mode of Registration for SET-2012
1 Candidates intending to register for the State Eligibility Test are required to pay the fee for the Test in advance to obtain the prescribed Application form and Prospectus. The fee shall be Rs.500 for general candidates and Rs.250 for SC/ST candidates.
2 Mode of Remitting fee
The fee for the test can be remitted in any selected office or branch of a service provider to be notified later. Copy of the Prospectus and application form shall be issued to all candidates who remit the prescribed fee. SC/ST candidates should produce a copy of the Community Certificate to get the prospectus and application form for Rs.250/-. Fee once remitted shall not be refunded. Application forms are not available by post to the candidates residing in Kerala.
3 Candidates residing outside the State of Kerala can request for the application form and prospectus by post.In such cases the mode of payment of fee shall be only be through Demand Draft (Rs.550/- for general category candidates and Rs.300/- for SC/ST candidates) drawn from any one of the nationalised banks in India in favour of the Director, LBS Centre for Science & Technology payable at Thiruvananthapuram. Request for the application forms by post along with the Demand Draft and a self addressed envelope of size 31 cm X 25 cm should reach the office of the Director, LBS Centre at least 10 days before the closing date fixed for registration for SET-2010.
Uniqueness of application forms: Each application form will have an application number printed on it and a Security Key embedded on the bottom of the detachable portion of the application form. The candidate can scratch this portion to get the Security Key. Candidates are requested to maintain the confidentiality of their Security Key and the Application number. Applications submitted using forms other than the original ones issued, will be summarily rejected.