KSET Hall Ticket 2023, Download Admit Card @kea.kar.nic.in

Hall Ticket for Karnataka State Eligibility Test will be released for the candidates on the official website of KEA in January 2024, after which all the candidates will be able to download using the Registration Number and Password.

KSET Hall Ticket 2023

KSET 2023 will be conducted by the Karnataka Examination Authority on 13 January 2024 in offline mode for 41 subjects on various exam centres, and the admit card for the same is proposed to be released 5 to 7 days before the exam on the official web portal.

There is no official date confirmed by Karnataka Examination Authority regarding the release of KSET 2023 admit card but it is estimated that it will be released very soon on KEA website and aspirants will be able to download and make print copies to carry it to the respective exam centres.

When will the KSET 2023 Admit Card be released?

The release date for the KSET 2023 admit card has not been officially confirmed by the Karnataka Examination Authority. However, it is anticipated that the admit card will be available on the official website, https://kea.kar.nic.in/, in January 2024. 

Exam  State Eligibility Test 2023
Conducting Body  Karnataka Examination Authority 
Hall Ticket Release Date  January 2024
Exam Date  January 13, 2024
Hall Ticket Release Status  To be released 
Hall Ticket Download Link  Available on 
Official Website  https://kea.kar.nic.in/


As the examination is scheduled to take place on 13 January 2024, candidates are advised to regularly check the official portal for updates, once the hall ticket is made public for downloading and printing, a link to get the digital copy of admit card will be also activated inside the table, which is available above.

What details will be available on the KSET 2024 Admit Card?

Admit Card for the Karnataka State Eligibility Test 2024 will be available for downloading and printing on the KEA website, as soon as the hall ticket is made public, aspirants will be able to verify the following details. 

  • Candidate’s Name
  • Roll Number
  • Exam Date
  • Exam Time
  • Exam Center
  • Exam Center Code
  • Subject Code
  • Photograph
  • Signature
  • Category
  • Date of Birth
  • Gender
  • Application Number
  • Instructions
  • Reporting Time
  • Duration of Exam

How to download the KSET Admit Card 2023?

To download the admit card for the Karnataka State Eligibility Test 2024, you need to go through the step-by-step guide below.

  • Go to the official website of KEA Admissions, which is accessible at https://cetonline.karnataka.gov.in/kea/
  • Navigate to the “ADMISSIONS” section on the website.
  • Look for the “KARNATAKA STATE ELIGIBILITY TEST(K-SET)-2023” link and click on it.
  • Find the “Hall Ticket Download Link” on the KSET page and click on it.
  • You will be directed to a page where you need to enter your “Registration number” and “Password” (provided during the registration process) and then hit the “Submit” button.

Once the hall ticket is released officially by the KEA, link to download and make print copy on A4 size will be also activated below.

KSET Exam Date 2023

Date for State Eligibility Test 2023 for all 41 Subjects is announced officially by the Karnataka Examination Authority, it will be held on January 13, 2024 with an exam time duration of an and two hours for Paper I and II, respectively.

Paper Exam Date Exam Time
Paper I December 31, 2023 09:30 am to 10:30 am
Paper II 11:00 am to 01:00 pm

Note: Exams for Paper I and II will be held from 09:30 am to 10:30 am and 11:00 am to 01:00 pm, respectively, and each individual needs to reach the respective exam centre by 08:30 am with a photo identity card and a physical copy of hall ticket.

KSET Exam Pattern 2023

KSET 2023 will be held in the offline mode through the OMR sheet, go through the table to check the more details about the exam pattern.

Exam Paper Subjects Questions Marks Duration
KSET 2023 I General Teaching and Research Aptitude 50 100 1 hour
II Subject-Specific 100 200 2 hours

There will be no provision for negative marking in either Paper I or Paper II, and each question will be of 2 marks.

Visit GMR Homepage To Get Relevant Information.

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