LBS Center has released the official answer key of Kerala State Eligibility Test (SET) January 2022 on its website lbsedp.lbscentre.in. The subject-wise answer key has been released in the pdf file. Candidates who appear for the exam can check and download the LBS Kerala SET answer key to compare their responses with the paper 1 and 2 answer keys. The eligibility test was earlier held successfully on January 09, 2022, at the designated centers
Candidates who appeared in the Kerala State Eligibility Test (SET), 2021 can also go through the SET paper 1 (common) and paper 2 (subject) answer key step-by-step process shared by the educators below.
According to the reports, the duration of the State Eligibility Test (SET) was 120 minutes for each paper. The eligibility test was conducted for a total of 31 subjects in Paper-II. The SET January 2022 was held for the candidates to be selected as Higher Secondary School Teachers and Non-Vocational Teachers in VHSE. Separate answer sheets (OMR Answer Sheet) were given to mark responses for each paper. Each answer sheet had a unique printed bar code that was used as a secret code against which the evaluation takes place.
LBS Kerala SET Paper 1 & 2 Answer Key
According to the media reports, Kerala SET Paper I was common for all candidates. It consisted of two parts, Part (A) General Knowledge and Part (B) Aptitude in Teaching. There were a total of 120 questions for Paper I with 60 questions each for Part A and Part B. Each question shall carry one mark.
Paper-II was a test based on the subject of specialization of the candidate at the Post Graduate (PG) Level. There were 120 questions carrying one mark each for the subjects under Paper II except for Mathematics and Statistics. For Mathematics and Statistics, there were only 80 questions carrying 1.5 marks each.
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The minimum requirement for a pass in the State Eligibility Test Paper 1 and Paper 2 is 40% that is 48 marks for General candidates while for the OBC (Non-Creamy), SC, ST candidates the minimum qualifying marks are 35% marks (40 marks).
A pass in the State Eligibility Test (SET) is stipulated as a mandatory requirement for appointment as Higher Secondary School Teachers in the State as per the Special Rules in force